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April 18, 2005

Oh, please  make it an issue, Howeird...

The Republicans keep trying to give control of the government back to the Democrats.  And the Democrats - true to form - keep refusing to take it.

Now here come the Asses and their leader, Dr. YEEEAAARRRRRRRRRGGGGGHHH!!!, saying that they're going to use Terri Schiavo as an issue against the Republicans in '06 and '08.

My reaction:  Please? (snicker)

Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean, who has accused congressional Republicans of "grandstanding" in the Terri Schiavo case, said his party will use it against the GOP in coming elections.

"This is going to be an issue in 2006, and its going to be an issue in 2008 because we're going to have an ad with a picture of (House Majority Leader) Tom DeLay saying, 'Do you want this guy to decide whether you die or not? Or is that going to be up to your loved ones?"' Dean said in West Hollywood, Calif.

Given the choice between Tom DeLay and Howeird Dean, I'd rather take the pro-lifer than the one who says I'm evil.  Wouldn't you? (chortle)

UPDATE:  I mean - really, guys.  How would you like to be the next GOP chaircritter given the privilege of portraying your party as the Party of Life against Dr. YEARGH! and his Party of Death?  How would you  like to get up and say, "Yes, we believe that all life is precious and worthy to be saved - while Dr. Dean, here, believes that there are some who are too inconvenient to keep around"?

Damn,  I wish I were Ken Mehlman right about now!

Dean, answering questions at an Access Now for Gay and Lesbian Equality event on Friday

Why am I not surprised at this?  This should tell you everything you need to know about which way to vote in '06/'08:  Against the Demoscum.

[Dean] went on to say: "The issue is: Are we going to live in a theocracy where the highest powers tell us what to do?

Well, Dr. YEARGH!!!, most of us right-thinkers already place our faith and trust in a God that loves us and knows better than we do about what will keep us safe from harm.

But the real question is this:  Given that every single law passed in this country is a reflection of someone's morality imposed on someone else who might not agree, whose morality is going to reign supreme?  Those of us, who stand for life?  Or those of you, who stand for death?

Seems to me to be a question only a fool could get wrong.  Which is why you're getting it wrong, isn't it?

Or are we going to be allowed to consult our own high powers when we make very difficult decisions?"'

Yeah, Howeird, but how are you gonna get those chakras and crystals to listen? (guffaw)

Karen Finney, Democratic National Committee spokeswoman, defended Dean's comments, saying they were not a reflection of him trying to politicize the issue, but rather he was speaking to "Republican intrusiveness into people's lives."

And to think - she said that with a straight face.  The party that won't let you mow your lawn if there's a puddle in your backyard for fear of "disturbing the wetlands"...the party that wants to regulate what kind of vehicle you can drive by outlawing SUVs...the party that wants to deprive you of your right to homeschool, now bitches at the Republicans for supposedly being "intrusive".

It.  Is.  To.  Laugh.

"This is another example of a Republican party that is overreaching," she said. "Tom Delay and his cronies want to intrude in personal family matters. Democrats believe that individuals and their families should be trusted to make these very personal decisions, not Tom DeLay and not the government.

Yeah, well, Karen - what if Tom DeLay and the goverment want to save your life, and your butt-honey Mikey Schiavo wants to bury your sweet little ass six feet under?

Y'know - like he did Terri?

Or are you and the rest of the Donks that  much in a hurry to die?

Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant at April 18, 2005 04:59 PM

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Once again, the democrats believe their own hype and propaganda, only to get shocked and driven insane with impotent rage as they lose more seats each election cycle.

He wants to make Terri Schiavo an issue?

Only Howard Dean and the rest of the moonbats would be stupid enough to try.

Apparently he and the rest of the leftist moonbats still believe that loaded ABC poll was accurate when the Zogby poll showed that when the public was given the particulars of the Schiavo case, the overwhelming majority was against pulling her feeding tube.

I have a feeling the democrat implosion in 2006 is going to be quite spectacular and hilarious.

Posted by: Elephant Man at April 19, 2005 09:22 AM

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