I am so glad this man is the new voice for the DNC. It’s the best thing that could have happened to the Republican party. This typical Dean quote wins the hypocrisy award for the entire month.
Dean begins by saying:
“Republicans are “a pretty monolithic party. They all behave the same. They all look the same. It’s pretty much a white Christian party.”
And seconds later he says:
“The Republicans are not very friendly to different kinds of people,” Dean said Monday, responding to a question about diversity during a forum with minority leaders and journalists. “We’re more welcoming to different folks, because that’s the type of people we are.”
Dean is welcoming of everyone but white Christians, which happens to be a large majority of the United States population. Keep talking Deano. White Christians will unanimously vote Republican in the next election, along with the 40% of hispanics that voted for Bush in the last election.
Other recent comments from Dean include:
“Republicans never made an honest living in their lives”
“Republicans don’t represent ordinary Americans and they don’t have any understanding of what it is to go out and try and make ends meet.”
“The republicans are all about suppressing votes.”
“If we’re going to have a democracy, and lord knows this administration is beginning to erode the core of our democracy.”
“The president wants to take away our Social Security and then he’s going to take away the private pension plans, too?” – usual scare tactics
“I hate the Republicans and everything they stand for.”
“But the thing that really bothered me the most, which the 9-11 Commission said also wasn’t true, is the insinuation that the president continues to make to this day that Osama bin Laden had something to do with supporting terrorists that attacked the United States. That is false.”
“Everybody has ethical shortcomings. We ought not to lecture each other about our ethical shortcomings.”
Dean actually thinks he’s going to bring people from the middle to his side with this nonsense. Keep talking Dean.
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