This may be the 500th time some Dem has said "we need to say what we stand for.." Notice they always neglect to say what that is..
Like the rest of the tourists they can get their tickets to see the White House and stand in line outside the fence with the rest of common man.
Dean said it is the Democratic Party which stands on morality, not Republicans. He said Democrats stand for fiscal restraint, health insurance for all, election reform and better defense and energy policies.
LOL. The left is so bereft of morality, that they don't even know what it is. They think it's taxing the "rich", wealth redistribution, etc.
Its just too much. He says the Dems are for "fiscal restraint," followed by "healthcare for all." What a moron. No, make that a jackass!
-"Our job is not just to say what we don't like about the president. Our job is to make sure that when we get in we earn the right to stay."-
Translation: After we're miraculously voted in simply based on negative comments about Bush and no new ideas whatsoever, we're gonna make it illegal for anyone to ever vote again.
What Deans fails to realize is that his 50-state strategy isn't going to add one extra red-state electoral vote to the coffers. It's just a pump-up tour; "Hey we lost, Bush got more votes than any other candidate..but keep on 'truckin!"
Right Wing New England Whacko from CT BUMP!!!
"AND THEN WE'RE GOING TO WASHINGTON TO TAKE OVER THE WHITE HOUSE....YEEAAARGH
If anyone believes for even one second that President Bush lost NH, they are delusional, IMHO. 50.25% and 9271 votes, is a loss per the new demonRAT strategery per the recent Ohio "win" at 48%.
"We need to buy back our government ...
Now we are getting to the truth of their plans!!!
Damn! I take that personally! Who you callin' reasonable and thoughtful? Hell's belles, I'm as much of a right-wing wacko as anybody from Westboro, KS.
According to Howard Dean, that is.
"New England Republicans are different than most. They are more reasonable and thoughtful," Dean said. "You don't get as many right-wing wackos."
Well, being a New Englander, I am certainly relieved. It would seem that someone in the party has successfully hosed the doctor down. He almost makes sense in this comment:
"The burden of proof is on us," Dean said. "Our job is not just to say what we don't like about the president. Our job is to make sure that when we get in we earn the right to stay."
Democrats earning their way to the White House by being elected has to be accomplished first. However, Dean believes part of the job of the Democrats is to say what they don't like about the president. I wonder if that is actually in a written job description anywhere. "Must vocally oppose anything having to do with a sitting Republican president." I just doubt that on the present course the Democrats are going to get to the White House. Until folks like Dean put more effort and time into outlining lucid time-proven or at least innovative strategies for the broad range of issues representing all Americans, (even the ones the Democrats love to ridicule for having values while they themselves have not yet come to a consensus on what theirs may be) they are going to continue walk around in circles making annoying noises like ten cent wind-up toys that need to continually rewound. And of course, no one winds up a Democrat like Dean more than a Republican in power!
But then again, what do I know. I'm just a New England Republican. It's not as if I'm some sort of right-wing whacko!
The thing that irks me the most about Dean's speaking style is this endless "We're not going to let THEM silence us," as if anyone is trying to silence him or the Dems (lunatic shooting-self-in-foot screamfests acknowledged). Who has ever "silenced" him or any other democrat? Other than that fat gork Franken tackling someone at a Democrat event, you CAN'T be silenced. He tries so hard to come off as some kind of Henry Fonda in Grapes of Wrath voice for the voiceless, while his "enemies" look at him funny and say "Who exactly tried to stop you from speaking?"