Tuesday, April 19, 2005

I don't know whether to be disgusted or laugh

I think that I will laugh. It is actually quite humorous. Dean is taking his campaign to more Republican strongholds. And, as he has in the past, Dean, as well as the reporter writing this article, continues to make a ton of "funnies" (as my 2 year old says).

"The first rule in winning is to show up - show up, say who you are, say what you stand for," [Dean] declared.
If it seems the blunt-talking doctor and former Vermont governor hasn't had much to say lately, that's because he has been keeping his head low and spending a lot of time in Republican strongholds like Kansas, Mississippi and Collier County.
Two months after his election as national party boss, he is starting to speak up.

Hasn't had much to say?!? Are you kidding? Some of his best quotes have come to us during the last two months. Oh, yeah, that's right. This is an article from the MSM - they haven't reported anything Dean has been saying over the last two months.

He was back in the national news again this weekend after vowing to make sure voters in 2006 and 2008 won't forget how Republican leaders intervened in the case of Terri Schiavo.
"There is a deep scar on the American psyche," he said. "This is a great tragedy for the American people and I think the behavior of the governor (Jeb Bush) and the president and the senator (Mel Martinez) is something that will long be remembered."

Well, this is the pot calling the kettle black.

He is also determined to help combat Republican suggestions that Democrats are out the mainstream, and intends to develop a simple, overriding definition of Democrat.

Uh, is Howard "I hate Republicans" Dean, the one that should be doing this? He is the Big Head of the extremist fringe of the Dems.

hat tip: Lucianne.com