Vultures Row: At least he is being honest...about this anyway

At least he is being honest...about this anyway

"I hate Republicans and everything they stand for and this is a struggle between good and evil, and we are the good"
- Doctor Howard Dean, Chairman Democratic National Committee

Dean appeared on meet the press on Sunday where he said his remarks above were taken out of context. What other context can be take from those comments? How can you derive anything other than hate from the remarks?

Dr. Dean last month did an impression of Rush Limbaugh for a gathering of Democrats in Minnesota that included the sound of someone snorting cocaine Mr. Dean, a licensed physician was unapologetic about his parody, even when "Meet the Press" host Tim Russert asked whether it is "appropriate for a physician to mock somebody who has gone into therapy and the abuse for drug addiction?" Dean replied "Rush Limbaugh has made a career of belittling other people and making jokes about President Clinton, about Mrs. Clinton and others, I don't think he's in any position to do that."

What the hell does political commentary have to do with a Doctor mocking someone in treatment?

This level of hate is further evidence of the left. A once great party that did stand for nothing is now being run by monger of hate and intolerance all the while claiming to be victims of the same. Just as I wonder why Muslims do not rise up and take their religion back from radicals and extremists I wonder the same thing about the democratic party.


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