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Sunday, August 17, 2008
Howard Dean: the Fear-Mongering Hate-Filled Intolerant Left-Wing Nazi
Howard Dean is at it again. In case you have not heard, the chairman of the DNC has (once again) referred to the Republican Party as the “white party.” Some people are trying to pretend it was an accident, but we know the truth. He has done this before, and we expect this type of classlessness from the man that once made fun of Rush Limbaugh for being addicted to pain killers.

They usually say follow the money trail, but in politics, sometimes you need to follow the fear trail to see who benefits. Don’t fool yourselves. This type of rhetoric is meant to do one thing and one thing only: instill fear into the hearts and minds of minorities toward the Republican Party.

The fact is that President Bush is just as much the first Hispanic president as Bill Clinton was the first black president. His policies are the most pro-Hispanic in the history of the United States. He has been in favor of a guest worker program since before he became president, he has appointed Hispanics to positions of importance, and he has transformed (at least momentarily) his party from being one that got a fraction of the Hispanic vote (21% in 1996) to one that got 44% in 2004. Throw in the fact that Bush also got 44% of the Asian vote in ‘04 and you have a scary situation on your hands.

Dean knows that if this type of progress could ever cross over into the black community, the Democratic Party would have an almost impossible time winning any national election. So what have Dean and his cohorts decided to do to fight this trend? What they do best - abort this baby before its born! They have decided that injecting race and insinuations of racism are the best way to keep the colored folk in line.

Ironically, they are doing this while still being able to maintain the argument that it is McCain and the Republicans who have gone negative. It is true that McCain is bringing up Obama’s lack of experience, poking holes in his faulty energy policy, and the fact that Obama was wrong about the surge. However, those are not fear tactics. Those are debatable issues that are at the forefront of this election.

Obama on the other hand is trying to scare people into thinking Republicans are trying to scare them.

In July, Obama had this to say about Republicans:

So what they're going to try to do is make you scared of me. You know, he's not patriotic enough. He's got a funny name. You know, he doesn't look like all those other presidents on those dollar bills, you know. He's risky.
Unfortunately for Obama, these comments reflect a land of make believe. No one of any significance has made any of these points an issue.

For the party run by Howard Dean, that doesn’t matter. Which makes one wonder…does Dean really believe that Republican Party is a white party? If you take blacks out of the picture, the two parties are relatively close in terms of their racial makeup. The black population is by far the most skewed racial group in favor of one party. So if anything, wouldn’t the Democratic Party be the black party? If so, is that better or worse than being the white party?

The ironic aspect in this whole situation is that Dean comes from a state where 98% of the population is white. Since he comes from a white state, he and his state, must be bad for minorities. If it was a good place for minorities, more would live there. Therefore, he and the whole state of Vermont are racist. Of course that line of reasoning is childish, idiotic, and disingenuous at best. Too bad that seems to be the very line of reasoning the Democratic Party is using to inject fear into minority communities towards the Republican Party.
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