Tuesday, August 09, 2005
  "Unfactual" Facts
I love Howard Dean! Just when you think there's nothing to post about, the goofy Dr. Dean raises his screaming head and hands you some ammunition.

"We have to be pushing our version of the facts because their version of the facts is very unfactual," Dean said Monday night at a fundraiser in Vermont. First of all, "unfactual" isn't even a word! (And this guys a doctor?) About the only thing he said that rang true was, "We need a message." No kidding, Howie.

Actually they have a message. Unfortunately for them it is so at odds with the values and opinions of most of America their support is dwindling. Their message is, "The Democrats at times have lost their way. We are trying to decide what our core values are." At least that's what Barak Obama said back in July. Dean's "unfactual" version of the facts is that the Deanocrats have a message, that they have core beliefs, and that those beliefs are shared by most Americans.

But the fact is most Americans aren't in favor of abortion on demand as birth control. The fact is most Americans don't agree with the policy of keeping minorities under-educated, under-paid and under-achieving for the sole purpose of maintaining a Democratic voting bloc. The fact is most Americans are offended by a political party whose sole talking point is "We hate Bush." The fact is most Americans have core beliefs and values that don't change every time a new poll comes out.

"Vote by vote, precinct by precinct, door by door, year by year and election by election, we will take this country back for the people who built it." Gee, Howie, I must have missed that day in American History when they taught that America was built by the ACLU, NOW, NARAL and MoveOn.org. I thought America was built by a bunch of thinkers who believed in individual liberty and wrote those thoughts down in a Constitution.

Finally Dean says, in a deluded display of wishful thinking, "The face of the Democratic Party is such that it looks like all of America will look in 2050." Only if America looks invisible in 2050, because that is my fervent prayer for the Democratic Party. The good thing is they'll achieve their own extinction through attrition and their own misguided lack of real direction.
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