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Howard Dean is Just Loco

Howard Dean knows less about civics than I knew in the 9th grade. Consider this whacky quote about Kelo:

"The president and his right-wing Supreme Court think it is 'okay' to have the government take your house if they feel like putting a hotel where your house is."

To point out the obvious, Bush hasn't put anyone on the court. Calling it "his" court is just silly... But the delusions go deeper than even that.

It was the liberal wing of the court who gave us this goofy decision. It was Stevens, Souter, Kenndy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer voting for it and the "conservative" side of the court dissented!

Scalia had some very harsh thigns to say about it!

If you want to know why the Democrats lose election, you need look no further than Howard Dean. They knew the man was nutz but they picked him anyway. He is an embarrassment to the party but because he compares Bush to Hitler he gets the support of the loony left.

Only Democrats consider being delusional a resume' enhancer.


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Comments (10)

It seems I was having this ... (Below threshold)

It seems I was having this same debate the other day with a left-leaner. Somehow Dean's hypnotizing vocalizations strike a chord with some. Thankfully, even more are tone deaf to the Dean meme.

Something I noticed a while... (Below threshold)
Lew Clark:

Something I noticed a while ago among my non-political friends was their aggrivating habit of restating something they heard on the news (code for MSM) as fact. Usually some spin by a Democrat operative. But, what I found interesting was that they never quoted Ted Kennedy. Not as "Senator Kennedy said" but neither restating something he said as fact. It was like, even being non-political, they had an intuitive sense that everything Kennedy says is not worth repeating. I've now noticed that Dean has the same effect. I hear no one say, "Howard Dean said" but also, I never hear his statements repeated. It's like that intuition about Kennedy is similarly applied to Dean.
So Dean's only audience is the hardcore far-left moonbats. I can only assume that Dean has given up on convincing or having any appeal to the majority of Americans and sees his role as keeping the hardcore base fired up.

>So Dean's only audience is... (Below threshold)

>So Dean's only audience is the hardcore far-left moonbats

Naaaawwww I love the guy.... I need the material!

Well, perhaps his only s... (Below threshold)

Well, perhaps his only sincere, believing audience.

It's Bush's court much the ... (Below threshold)

It's Bush's court much the say Viet Nam became Nixon's war and the Clinton's Dotcom bubble bust was Bush's bad economy. Makes you wonder who they'd blame their porblems on if Gore had been elected, you know they'd blame everything on Bush if Kerry had won. They blame Enron on Bush, events that occurred during Clinton's two misadministrations but were prosectued during Bush's are blamed on Bush. Revisionist history, one more prime example of the left's dishonesty. The left can do wrong, damnit, they're the party that cares.

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RE: Dan's post (August 1, 2... (Below threshold)

RE: Dan's post (August 1, 2005 01:28 PM)

Well, this is a fascinating look into the inner child of a homicide bomber dupe, but it has what to do with Howard Dean or the Supreme Court? Are you looking for a thread? Try Aisle 9: Irrelevant References.

Please get rid of... (Below threshold)

Please get rid of this jackass..

I think we need a modern ve... (Below threshold)

I think we need a modern version of the Three Stooges. I nominate Howard Dean, Al Franken, and Ted Kennedy.

John Kerry can be Shemp and appear occasionally.

I'd rather have stooges sin... (Below threshold)

I'd rather have stooges sincerely trying to run our government for good rather than the corrupt incarnates of evil currently governing






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