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June 08, 2005

Dr. YEARRRRGH:  Open/Insert, Part Tres

The more Dr. YEEARRRRRRGH!!!!! opens his piehole and spews his verbal flatulence, the more I am convinced beyond the shadow of any doubt:  Howard Dean is the best thing to ever happen...to the Republican Party. (snicker)

His latest potshot is a racist, religiophobe diatribe against...you guessed it...the white Christians of the Republican Party.

Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean on Wednesday defended his recent harsh criticism of Republicans, including his observation that they are "pretty much a white, Christian party."

Gee, the conservative atheists, Buddhists, Shintoists, etc, will be awfully damned surprised to hear that.  So, I imagine, will the folks of color and all the hyphenated-Americans there, too.

In fact, I'm rather surprised that this blithering idiot didn't go whole hog and call us a "white, Christian male  party", y'know?

Dean noted that he, too, is a white Christian.

Well, one out of two isn't bad.

But he said the GOP is too narrow in its scope and the Democratic Party is far more diverse.

Mm-hm.  That's apparently why we send up more minority nominees and have more minorities in Republican cabinets then the Jackasses ever thought  about having in theirs...

While even prominent Democrats in recent days have distanced themselves from some of his comments, the outspoken Dean, appearing on NBC"s "Today" show, said criticism of him is meant by Republicans to divert attention from the country's problems and make him the issue instead.

Oh, and here we were, thinking that your screaming screeds were your own pathetic attempt to distract us  from the fact that all that comprises your agenda is nothing but hatred of us.

Thanks for clearing that up.

Dean told a forum of journalists and minority leaders Monday that Republicans are "not very friendly to different kinds of people, they are a pretty monolithic party ... it's pretty much a white, Christian party."

Challenged on that during the NBC interview, Dean said "unfortunately, by and large it is. And they have the agenda of the conservative Christians."

Gee, Screaming Flea, you say that like it's a Bad Thing™.  Is it our  fault that our agenda keeps whipping your skanky Donk asses at the polls? (chuckle)

"This is a diversion from the issues that really matter: Social Security

We have a plan to save it.  You don't.  NEXT!!!

and adequate job opportunity

The economy is as strong as it's been in a while, and unemployment remains low.  NEXT!!!

strong public schools

...which could be made a helluva lot stronger if we took the teachers' unions out of y'all's back pocket and kicked their whiny asses down the road.  NEXT!!!

a strong defense," Dean said.

Heh...hehheh...mhehhehheh...haha...BWAH-HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...~! (snort)


Dean also recently raised eyebrows when he told a group of progressives that Republicans "never made an honest living in their lives," a comment he was forced to explain a day later.

Yeah, from behind a podium and a bevy of bodyguards.  Not like he has the balls to say that to us right-thinking working stiffs in Flyover Country™, is it?

The one-time presidential candidate also said that House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Texas, who has not been accused of any crime, ought to go back to Houston where he can serve his jail sentence.

And if I had been Tom DeLay, Dr. YEARRRRRRGH!!! would've been served with a slander suit the very next day.

But that's just me.

Democratic New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said Tuesday that Dean is doing a good job, but is not the party's spokesman.

Last weekend, Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., and 2004 vice presidential candidate John Edwards criticized Dean for his recent remarks, saying he doesn't speak for them.


House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, talking with reporters Wednesday, said she did not agree with the statement Dean made about the Republican Party.

"The role of the chair of the Democratic National Committee is one that is different than the role of the Democratic leader of the House or in the Senate," the California congresswoman said, "and sometimes the exhuberance of that position results in statements that neither of us would make."

"I don't think that the statement the governor (Dean) made was a helpful statement," she said. But Pelosi said she thought that Dean was "doing a good job."

Nancy, honey, face the facts:  Were it Reagan circa 1984  in the White House now, instead of W, every single one of you would be committing hara-kiri  up there in Washington.  You dolts couldn't suicide fast enough if you had to run against Ronaldus Magnus. (snicker)

"Listen. Any one of us at any given time will make a statement that we may, in retrospect, say maybe that was a little over-enthusiastic," she said. "And I can put that statement in that category for Governor Dean."

Since you make them like that every day, Nan, honey, I guess you would know, wouldn't you?

Biden, asked about Dean Wednesday during an interview on the Don Imus radio show, also said the chairman is doing a good job.

"A lot of things he does say, I agree with," Biden said. But he also said that Dean "has views that are slightly different than mine .. .But look, he's a lightning rod. ... It's probably good that there's a guy out there that's a lightning rod ... ."

Uh, 'scuse me for asking, Joey - but weren't you guys saying that about...oh, what was his name...McAuliffe?  And what exactly did he get you, again?

Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant at June 8, 2005 05:15 PM

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How come nobody has asked Dr. Yeearrgh! if he's aware that the Democrat party is pretty much a white, Christian group?

Duh, America is pretty much a white, Christian country.

Posted by: The Dread Pundit Bluto at June 8, 2005 11:23 PM

I don't want strong public schools. I want pulverized public schools and pulverized teachers unions. I've said before on my blog that a government banned from controlling information flow through the press shouldn't be allowed to control information flow through the schools. All schooling should be private. And if we ain't paying property taxes (renters like me pay them indirectly), we have the money for private schools.

Posted by: Alan K. Henderson at June 8, 2005 11:59 PM