The WMD for Fools?
Written by JB Williams
In yet another heartfelt
plea for our hard-earned money, Democratic Party Chairman Dean once again makes
his “culture of corruption”
case in a fund-raising letter dated January 18, 2006.
Aside from growing weary
of the obscene demand for ever increasing campaign sums, DNC fund-raising
tactics are becoming as laughable as Osama Bin Laden’s recent channeling
of the DNC campaign talking points… Howard and Bin Laden are reading from
the same script these days, with the same goal I’m afraid, the defeat of
George W. Bush…and his war against international terrorism. Apparently,
neither realizes that Bush can’t run for office again in 2008.
I know Bin Laden
ain’t the sharpest knife in the drawer, so I’m not the least surprised
by his undisguised plagiarism of Democratic squawking points. He didn’t
even bother to rephrase any of those well regurgitated talking points in an
effort to make his statement sound like original thoughts. Chances of any
American functioning above a second grade intellect buying into Bin
Laden’s peace offer is slim
to none… Which means, democrats will love it!
But I continue to be
amazed by just how stupid Howard Dean and his campaign war-room staff believe
their American constituents are. Even I think liberals are smarter than Dean
clearly gives them credit for…
In Dean’s latest
letter he opens with “Many Americans
sense that our government has been bought and paid for by powerful interests
with deep pockets.” No kidding! Can anyone say George Soros,
Stephen Bing, Peter Lewis, Michael Moore or Barbara Streisand?
Dean says “They sense that our government's priorities are being
dictated by something other than the public interest.” You
mean like the secular socialist interests of the few who demand special rights
for their special circumstances at the expense of the vast majority of the
people at large? You mean like the 22 senate Democrats who agree that Alito is
supremely qualified for the high bench, but will vote against his confirmation
in favor of their pet issues?
Do we know MoveOn.org, America
Coming Together, Progress
for America, or the Progressives
League? They are all DNC special
interest groups and none of them represent the interests of the majority of
Americans. They are the exact people McCain-Feingold was supposed to remove
from the process…
Then he says “Republican leaders in Washington have deliberately and shamelessly built a
money-for-influence machine unlike anything our democracy has ever endured.”
Helloooo!!! Who circumvented the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform bill
intended to remove all BIG special interest funding from the campaign process
with their army of 527 groups, leading to the most expensive Presidential
campaign in world history before the ink was even dry?
“Many Democrats have spoken out about this “Republican
culture of corruption” over the past months and years. But today our
party takes a giant step forward -- with a single voice, we demand sweeping
reform.” Wasn’t McCain-Feingold supposed to be that
sweeping reform? …and had the DNC not run to set up hundreds of 527 organizations
for the sole purpose of funneling that money back into the process, we wouldn’t
still be talking about this problem today.
Now most Americans are
smart enough to be blinded by the bright light of hypocrisy in Dean’s
statements, which explains why their “culture
of corruption” mantra is falling largely on deaf ears in the
mainstream electorate. Only the pure party faithful are stumbling over
themselves to regurgitate the chant…well, the party faithful and Bin
Dean pronounces “Right now in Washington our leaders in the House and Senate are unveiling
the Honest Leadership & Open Government Act.” I need to
read this bill. It must call for the immediate resignation of nearly every
Democrat in Washington DC…
Now there’s something I can get behind!
Dean’s “culture of corruption” campaign
strategy rests upon the Jack Abramoff lobbyist scandal. But Bloomberg
reports “A week before party leaders
proposed to ban privately funded congressional travel, Representative Gregory
Meeks and three other Democrats boarded a jet in Washington for Jamaica's Montego Bay.
The jet's owner: Stanford Financial Group, operator of an Antigua-based
Bloomberg goes on to
report “In the last five years, more
than 60 percent of the current members of Congress have accepted privately
funded January trips. The bipartisan appeal of the junkets -- Democrats took
49.6 percent of them.”
Here we are again, back
where we always find ourselves at the end of every Howard Dean conspiracy
theory, staring at Democrats who at best, are equally guilty of the same crap
they hope to use to demolish their political opponents. Here we are once again,
listening to the pot calling the kettle black.
Believe it or not, a few (blue
county) village idiots will read Dean’s letter and rush to write a check,
proving only that some of their constituents are just as stupid as the party
I wish I could keep going
here, but frankly, it’s just too nuts. People who read grossly
hypocritical garbage like this and buy it, deserve whatever they have coming to
them. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me…
Most (red county) Americans
figured out long ago that corruption in American politics is probably the only
thing in American politics that isn’t a partisan matter. Dean and his
“culture of destruction”
hope to keep tricking the few who have not yet figured that out into send them
more money. Anyone who falls for it deserves what they get… But honestly,
the majority of Americans who see right through this crap deserve much better.
I’m not sure which
message was more entertaining this week, Dean’s or Bin Laden’s.
Come to think of it… it’s a tie, it was the same message!