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Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Howard Dean Hilarity

Howard “George W. Bush and his Evil Supreme Court of Right Wing Sickos Wants to Steal Your Home” Dean must have spent his time with those quality political advisors at 7-11.

I mean--seriously, no BS--couldn’t the Democrats do better than ask Dean to be their point man? Was there no one else available or was he just the only one willing to take the job?

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Naw, y’see, thing is—they thought it was a good idea at the time. And now that they know it isn’t, they don’t want to lose face by admitting it. I mean, it’s not as if losing more seats in Congress and yet another third-in-a-row presidential election is going to hurt their image.

Not these days…

on Jul 27 2005 @ 06:05 AM

I think they wanted access to his fund-raising ability, but thought the position might limit his mouth.  Instead, they got his mouth, and found the position limited his fund-raising ability.  Big-Time buyer’s remorse.

on Jul 27 2005 @ 07:24 AM

If they don’t have buyer’s remorse, I would be highly disappointed.

on Jul 27 2005 @ 09:36 AM

Oh, they have buyer’s remorse. Remember when John Edwards had to come out and say that he disagreed with Dean on whatever nonsense Dean was spouting that week? He then said, “He’s not a spokesman for the party.” Joe Biden said, “I don’t think he speaks for the majority of Democrats.”

If the chairman of the party isn’t a spokesman, and doesn’t have the same views as the members, then isn’t something terribly broken?

At least Dean blames the Republicans for real problems, albeit not problems actually caused by Republicans. Imagine for a second if Dennis Kucinich was in charge. He’d be blaming the right for the evil pixie infestation that’s imprisoning all the good fairies so they can no longer grant the wishes of the deserving children of the world. Or holder entire press conferences in whale-song.

on Jul 27 2005 @ 10:11 AM

That’s “hold.” Not “holder.”

I blame the Democrats and their left-wing evil pixies! Fucking pixies.

on Jul 27 2005 @ 10:12 AM

Be honest, though, whale-song press conferences might be better than the majority of the gab-fests that we see now.

Irritating mainstream media hack: “Mr. President, how do you explain your administration’s failure to deal with the crisis in North Korea?”

Irritated president: “Woooooohrrrrrrruuuuuuu. Auuuuuuuuurruuuuuuuhhhha.”

Befuddled mainstream media hack: “Umm. Yeah, so...yeah.”

I see great entertainment value, if nothing else…

on Jul 27 2005 @ 10:19 AM

Now it’s your turn to be honest. Isn’t Dean the greatest thing going in politics right now? He’s hilarious, he’s wrong, he’s on the other side. You definitely get good entertainment value for your buck from Screamin’ Howard Dean.

And the funniest thing? You’re a Republican, so you’re getting that value and it’s some other guy’s buck.

on Jul 27 2005 @ 10:25 AM

I mean, it’s like the Democrats stole money from some union worker’s wallet and bought you a lapdance.

on Jul 27 2005 @ 10:27 AM

Heheh. Isn’t it great?

Truly, you are absolutely correct. Poor freakin’ union worker…

on Jul 27 2005 @ 10:29 AM

The ongoing mendacity of the ruling parties doesn’t even shock me any more.  Once in a while a dean, a santorum, a mcclellan, a bush or well, just about any of them, will generate a chuckle.  But, you might as well plan on fact checking if you listen to anything they say.

Kind of reinforces my belief that they should all be sacked...and not replaced.

on Jul 27 2005 @ 12:49 PM
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