Howard Dean, The Terrorist’s Friend

I have put off writing about Howard Dean mostly because he is a loud mouthed idiot that should have stayed in medicine and left politics to the people who are at least partly sane. I decided to post about old Howie because he has divulged a secret. He believes that terrorists deserve equality and fairness under the law but that republicans do not. It is tough to imagine but the head of the DNC is a terrorist sympathizer who believes that we should give those who would kill us the benefit of the doubt but should never believe a word that a republican says.

The Arizona Republic is reporting that Dean said that Tom DeLay is guilty and should be put in jail. Now this means that Dean has determined that DeLay has committed a crime, that he is guilty of the crime, and that he should be in jail all without the benefit of due process. This is based on allegations of wrong doing which in politics means the same thing everyone else did but we pointed our fingers at you first. This however is from Dean in 2004 when he wanted you to believe he should be president:

“I’ve resisted pronouncing a sentence before guilt is found,” Dean said during the 2004 Democratic primary campaign. “I still have this old-fashioned notion that even with people like Osama, who is very likely to be found guilty, we should do our best not to, in positions of executive power, not to prejudge jury trials.”

Dean wants Osama bin Laden to get the benefit of the doubt but will not extend that same courtesy to an American Citizen and a US Congressman at that! Dean also had this to say, “There’s corruption at the highest level of the Republican Party, and they’re going to have to face up to that one of these days, because the law is closing in on Tom DeLay.” Howard, there is a nut job at the highest level of the democratic party and it is you.

I knew that war cry of his was more than a nut coming unraveled. It was a call for jihad against Americans and a signal to Osama that Dean was now in the house. The democrats have done us all a favor by selecting this nitwit to be head of the DNC. First it takes him out of the running for president and secondly it helps the American people see exactly what the democratic party is made of. And to think the donks said Bush was a divider…

Rumors that Dean’s grandfather told America that Hitler deserved a fair trial but that GEN Patton should be hanged for slapping a soldier have not been substantiated.

Read the story here.

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7 Responses to “Howard Dean, The Terrorist’s Friend”

  1. Surfside says:

    I actually find it quite frightening that the Dems gave us both Gore and Dean as serious contenders for the Presidency. I would sooner choose Hillary than either of them — and, you know how I feel about Hillary.

  2. Adam says:

    Oh please, Big Dog. Are Dean’s statements hypocritical and conflicting? Of course they are. But do they mean that he wants terrorists to be free and Republicans to go to jail? No, and you know better. And you call me partisan…

  3. Big Dog says:

    I can only go by what he says. Dean is a loose cannon and he says a lot to work up the wingnuts.
    Why is it that when The Sec Def said you go to war with the Army you have, a quote that was not displayed in its entirety thus changing the meaning, you had a field day but when Dean makes it clear that he would give OBL due process but not DeLay, I am the one who is partisan.

  4. Adam says:

    What makes the idea of due process for bin Laden but not for Delay carry over to terrorists and Republicans as a whole? You’re distorting this and you know it.

    When you say “you had a field day” do you mean me specifically or liberals in general? What does that have to do with it anyway?

  5. Big Dog says:

    Don’t try to twist it. This man said “There’s corruption at the highest level of the Republican Party, and they’re going to have to face up to that one of these days, because the law is closing in on Tom DeLay,”
    That is what it has to do with republicans. He said that OBL, a terrorist, deserved more than DeLay.
    I am not twisting, why don’t you stop rationalizing everything Dean is doing.

    Field day= you and the other libs with your big poetry contest. I read your entry and it was not flattering. What does it have to do? You are fast to use others words against them but not when it is a liberal you admire.

  6. Adam says:

    Oh, you didn’t like my poem? I thought it was a good one. Well, anyway…

    You’re saying that Dean said bin Laden didn’t need to be said guilty without due proccess, and later said Delay was guilty without due process so you argue that he likes terrorists more than Republicans? Deny all you want, you’re clearly twisting it. Consider me out of this debate though…

  7. Big Dog says:

    Actually, I did like the poem. I thought your’s and the others that I read showed imagination and I had no problem with them. The issue is that when the SECDEF said something it was ridiculed. The Bush administration is seen as a bunch of nasty people and Bush as a divider, not a uniter. Yet Dean is seen as some great communicator. His views and mouth are not even uniting the democratic party…