Friday, June 03, 2005

Crazy Howie Goes Nuts at Looney Left Confab

Our favorite demented Donk screamed again the other day at the Take Back America conference, and naturally he lied, distorted facts and spewed off the wall rhetoric to appease the Leftist Lemmings.
Washington ( - Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean Thursday alleged that Republicans offer a "dark, difficult and dishonest vision" of America and that President George W. Bush has been the "most ineffective" president in Dean's lifetime.

Addressing the liberal Take Back America political conference in Washington, D.C., Dean also asserted that Election Day voting delays of as long as eight hours affected Democratic voters much worse than Republican voters.

While Democratic supporters didn't have much time to stand in line because of their job commitments, Dean said, Republican voters didn't mind as much. "Republicans, I guess, can do that because a lot of them have never made an honest living in their lives," Dean said.

He also indirectly addressed one of the Democratic Party's greatest challenges - making inroads with voters in the South. President Bush swept the 13-state region in both the 2000 and 2004 elections.

Democrats should reach out to evangelical Christian voters for their support, Dean said, citing his party's compassion and the fact that Democrats have been "good stewards of the Lord's environment." Those reasons should be enough for evangelicals to switch their loyalty from the GOP to the Democratic Party, he said.

But Dean may have managed to further alienate the evangelical base when he observed that "some of the leadership of that community may be obsessed by gay rights and abortion ...

"[M]ost of evangelicals are just like every other American. They want to do the right thing for our children. We ought to not be ashamed or reluctant to reach out and get votes everywhere. We stand for honest government," he added.

"This is an extraordinary opportunity for the Democrats. We suffered a couple of serious defeats but we are energized because we know that our vision for America is much better than the dark, difficult and dishonest vision that the Republican Party offers America," Dean said to raucous applause.

"It was depressing, it was discouraging we didn't win," he said. "We had four more years of the most ineffective presidency that this country has seen in my lifetime. But not once did the people in this room give up, not once. We are in this for the long haul. This is not about politics, this is about an extraordinary invention, it's about America," Dean told his audience.

"They talk about the culture of life. What about the culture of corruption in Washington?" Dean asked.

"We have the leader of the Republican Party who the president has just endorsed as doing a fine job, the chairman of the Republican Party has just endorsed as doing a fine job. I actually think that is true, the Republican definition of doing a fine job is to be reprimanded three successive times for ethics violations," Dean said, referring to DeLay.

"That's how the Republicans do business," Dean added. "We need to get rid of the culture of corruption and the abuse of power in Washington."

Dean concluded his speech with an admonition to Democrats who might shy away from the liberal label.

"The one thing that we have to do as a Democratic Party is not be afraid to be different than the Republicans. Stand up for what we believe in," he said to a standing ovation.

"We are in this for the long haul. This is not about politics; this is about an extraordinary invention. It's about America," he added.

Where to begin in debunking Howie and his demented ranting/lies? Let's start with the long lines in voting. The Donks should have had less of a problem voting since the voters were either, dead, homeless, union (which always allows time to vote Donk, it's in the contract), out of work felons or some hippie professor which doesn't teach half the time anyway. As for the Republicans voters, Howie, they were the hard working Middle Class, whom you have lost as a voting base, so I don't know where you pulled that lie out of (actually I do know where, but I don't want the bad visual). As for trying to win the South by mouthing scriptures from the Bible, you've probably never read, to court evangelical Christians, I think you are going to continue to lose, because you only think "some of the leadership of that community may be obsessed by gay rights and abortion ...". You may be a Doctor, but you are crummy at math, because if you check the numbers, a MAJORITY of the Evangelical Christian leadership and people think gay rights and abortion (which your party is love with) are a big issue. As for "standing for honest government", both Clintons, Ted Kennedy, Mayor Dailey and Dashle come to mind, and if they are "honest government", I'd hate to see what a Donk bad Gov't is. You like to sling mud at Tom DeLay and his little side trips, but have seen how many Donks are scrambling to cover-up their little "sponsored" jaunts to exotic places? Remember this little phrase, Howie - Pot, Kettle, Black! And finally we come to your "Stand up for what we believe in" ending, most of your party are afraid to tell the voters what they really believe in, it would scare the hell out of them, and it would drive more over to voting Republican. So you all have to come up with nifty little phrases to mask the true meaning, like "the right to choose" when you mean the right to KILL, and "global test", when you mean giving away the sovereignty of the US. No, Howie, the majority of the Donks won't stand up for what they believe in, because then the people would know you believe in socialism, baby killing, senior citizen killing, over taxation, extreme welfare, zero growth environmental extremism, and appeasement. So Howie, you may mouth these neat idiotic statements to your brain-dead and drooling sycophants at your high priced confabs, but the rest of America is not buying it.

Mr Minority