Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Dean: going really hard 

Drudge reports:
In a defiant speech at a party fund-raiser in Boston, Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean vowed Monday to continue his fiery critiques of the Republican Party...

Fresh editions of the BOSTON GLOBE report: "We are going to be much tougher and in-your-face with the Republicans when they say things that aren't true," [said Dean].
The Chrenkoff blog has now exclusively obtained the remainder of the "Globe" article:

Commenting on his recent attack on the Republican Party as a party of white Christians who all look the same, Rep Chuck Rangel's comparison of President Bush's foreign policy with the Holocaust, and Sen Dick Durbin's comparison of US troops to Nazi and communist mass murderers, Mr Dean told the enthusiastic party donors: "You ain't seen nothing yet. I know that it's hard to believe it, but we're only just warming up."

Giving the Massachusetts supporters a sneak preview of the rhetoric to come, Mr Dean foreshadowed a claim to be aired by Rep John Conyers Jr. at next week's continuation of make-believe impeachment hearings that President Bush has used a prototype of a Halliburton-constructed time machine to travel back to the 17th century and introduce slavery into North America.

Also on the cards, according to the DNC Chairman, is a claim by Rep Dennis Kucinich that President Bush had traveled to Cambodia in the late 1970s to actively take part in the Khmer Rouge genocide. "Dennis has a copy of a photo of Bush and Pol Pot beheading some peasants. It's been faxed to him from a copy shop in Texas," Mr Dean said, prompting audible gasps from the audience.

Confronted by questions from journalists after the event, Mr Dean refused to reveal the timing of another rumored Democrat disclosure that the American troops are not merely like Nazis, they are Nazis, having been all cloned from an SS battalion smuggled into the United States by President Bush's grandfather Prescott just after World War Two. Mr Dean had only this to say to the gathered media: "Watch the new 'Star Wars' trilogy again. George (Lucas) has been trying to slowly prepare the American people for this revelation for years now."


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