Thursday, June 16, 2005

Angry Unstable Politician: Tom Delay, NOT Dean

Democrats should go after the angry Tom Delay the way they go after Dean. This guy has got away with saying some pretty awful things, as follows.

Howard Dean is a cruel and extremist demagogue. And Howard Dean is as ignorant on John Ashcroft as he is on national security. If this cruel, loudmouth extremist is the cream of the Democrat crop, next November's going to make the 1984 election look like a squeaker.

Courtesy of

"The EPA, the Gestapo of government, pure and simply has been one of the major claw-hooks that the government maintains on the backs of our constituents." - As reported in the AP [1995 July 29]

"Emotional appeals about working families trying to get by on $4.25 an hour [the minimum wage in 1996] are hard to resist. Fortunately, such families do not exist." - From the Congressional Record, H3706 [1996 April 23]

By the way, no one is worried about offending the Democratic constituency

"The judges need to be intimidated. They need to uphold the Constitution. (If they don't behave) we're going to go after them in a big way." - From the Washington Post [9/14/97]

(Courtesy of Wikipedia).

Tom Delay on the constituency of Democrats:

Greenpeace, Queer Nation, the National Education Association.

Did that get denounced by Republicans as Dean's remarks did by Democrats?

Screw the Senate. It's time for all-out war.

On Clinton's expressed regret of slavery in the U.S. during a trip to Africa:

Here is a flower child with gray hair doing exactly what he did back in the sixties. He is apologizing for the actions of the U.S.

Wow, God forbid someone apologize for slavery.

A lot of politicians in this House and in this country are sucking the blood out of our constituencies. I can point to Hispanics or blacks that have become very rich by becoming civil rights advocates, and I think it's pitiful.

Christianity offers the only viable, reasonable, definitive answer to the questions of 'Where did I come from?' 'Why am I here?' 'Where am I going?' 'Does life have meaningful purpose?'

Religiously divisive much?

We're going to fund only those programs we want to fund. We're in charge. We don't have to negotiate with the Senate. We don't have to negotiate with the Democrats.

(Courtesy of Buzzflash).

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