Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Republicans Get Their Dream DNC Chairman

I don't get it. Have the Democrats completely lost it?

It's like the Democrats have gotten together and discussed it among themselves and decided, "Well, we're so much smarter and more enlightened than those troglodytic Republicans that beating them in an election is just too easy. It's not fair. So let's tie one hand behind our backs. Yeah, that's what we'll do."

How else do you explain the election of Howard Dean as the DNC chairman? As if Terry McAuliffe and Bill Clinton didn't do enough to wreck the Democratic Party already.

Oh, wait. I get it. They're crazy all right.

Crazy like a bunch of abortion demanding, U.N. loving, race baiting foxes!

They're trying to lure the Republicans into a false sense of security. They're waiting for us to decide that beating them is just too easy so that we decide to tie one hand behind our back.

Either that or they are trying to use the strategy that Homer Simpson used when he was a professional boxer: let the other guy hit you until he's so tired that you can knock him out with just a tap.


t0m said...

I think the more Republicans try to slander anyone who poses a threat to them, the more ridiculous they will look. It may take a while for the public to pick up on the pattern, but they will see it eventually.

If your theory is that anyone who screams is obviously insane, I would point you to any NASCAR event.

I particularly liked the Republican hit piece on Sen Reid. They criticized him for pushing fuel efficiency. That's tantamount to fighting terrorism.

Alain DeWitt said...


Thanks for taking the time to check out my blog. I'm sorry you don't agree with me.

Surely you don't mean to suggest that the Republicans are the only party slandering the opposition, do you? I don't recall any Republican run ads where John Kerry morphed into Hitler.

In fact, you read my mind. A future blog topic is how Democrats insist on characterizing their opponents for their disagreements.

Your use of the term "hit piece" to characterize what was a set of talking points detailing how the Senate Democrats have blocked President Bush's judicial nominees proves my point!