Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Talk about a uniter! Dean "hates" republicans, thinks they're "evil."

"This is a struggle of good and evil. And we're the good."

A line from a speech given to folks in Kansas (at a media-barred event heard via loudspeakers) shows Howard Dean calling anyone who opposes his ideas evil. When President Bush called people who wanted to kill our troops and run dictatorial regimes "evil" he was mocked as a simpleton who could only see the world in black and white, no nuance allowed. Well, it seems Mr. Dean feels the same way. In a speech just before he was appointed chairman of the dem party, Mr. Dean also stated that he "hate[s] the Republicans and everything they stand for."

So, when President Bush renominates blocked judges to federal benches that are extremely qualified but have ruled against leftist issues in the past he is being a divider but when Scream Dean rails about hating the evil republicans, he is simply being fiery and igniting the passions of an opposition party? I can't believe it, but we may have found one of those extremely rare cases of leftist hypocrisy. By extremely rare I mean it rarely happens more than twice a day.

To summarize Dean's first few weeks as chairman: it's fine to assume that the hotel staffers are black, he hates republicans, and anyone who disagrees with him is evil.

Please sir, keep up the good work. You are doing an incredible job for our (GOP) party. YEEEAHHH!!