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Can the Democrats' "Do As I Say, Not As I Do" file get any bigger? Thanks to Jeff Poor at the Business and Media Institute, we now know that the Democratic National Committee is employing the very data mining techniques to build its party base that Democrat leaders have assailed when used by the Bush... Read More
Vanilla Dean.
Howard Dean slammed the GOP as racist this week, scoffing: "If you look at folks of color, even women, they're more successful in the Democratic party than they are in the white, uh, excuse me, in the [laughs] Republican party." As Allahpundit reminds us, The Screamer has engaged in this racial demagoguery before. He's done... Read More
The GOP ad John McCain doesn't want you to see, Part II.
Scroll down for updates... Howard Dean smells an opening. Seizing on the heavy-handed response of John McCain and the RNC to the completely unobjectionable anti-Obama ad by the North Carolina GOP I spotlighted yesterday, Dean is now pressing McCain further on the issue--and claiming that if McCain doesn't succeed in forcing the state party to... Read More
Howard Dean and the Democrats are leaping at the chance to help John McCain's campaign finance petard hoist him. Dean has written a letter pressing the FEC, which doesn't need much goading, to investigate McCain's attempt to wriggle out of the very campaign finance constraints he championed. Problem is, there's no one there to listen.... Read More
"I want it to be a landslide."
Thought you might be interested in the post-Super Tuesday e-mail Howard Dean is blasting to the nutroots. "Reality-based community?" My foot: Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney are done. John McCain will be the Republican nominee -- he's the only one with a reasonable path to the nomination. So how do we beat him? We stand... Read More
Last night, I blogged about Hillary talkin' like a homegirl at Al Sharpton's demagogue-a-thon. More at HA, where see-dubya quips: Er, yeah. Ick. *** Victor Davis Hanson weighs in: Will anyone ever become offended that Sen Clinton serially now drops her Wellesley nasal tones to affect a condescending drawl in the presence of African-Americans, as... Read More
Ronald Reagan, CPAC speech, February 2, 1982: *** The American Conservative Union has issued a statem
***update: Vid of al-Husainy on Hannity and Colmes...Robert Spencer dissects the imam's verbal ballet...Debbie Schlussel has a list of questions she would have asked...*** Howard Dean. As Robert Spencer noted last week: *** Previous: Challenging the DNC's imam The Democrats' hateful new imam The DNC imam's prayer
You'll love this video: Steve Brown, 1. Howard Dean, 0.
Photoshop via Stubborn Facts They just can't help themselves. In case you needed to be reminded which party puts playing politics with the war above serious solutions, here's the video of Rep. Charlie Rangel on Sunday resurrecting the draft--as a way to deter the White House and Congress from launching wars. And for those who... Read More
Great. Just great: Okay, we get it. You won't be an "attack dog." You'll be a roll over-and-fetch dog. Just what we need going up against Howard Dean. Barf!
Well, isn't this rich? Howard Dean is scolding the Maryland state Democratic Party for being too..white: Flashback Feb. 2005: Who's laughing now? Oh, how I relish the thought of Michael Steele going head-to-head as RNC chair with The Screamer. He says he'd
The NY Sun reports this morning that Kofi Annan's smear against Israel is threatening to "unravel:" LGF posts a CBC radio interview with retired Canadian Major General Lewis Mackenzie discussing the emails. He noted: The full email from the deceased Canadian is at the CTV site.
***update: Via It Shines For All, Benjamin obtained her gallery pass from NY Rep. Major Owens*** Code Pink leader and Hugo Chavez groupie Medea Benjamin took a break from her fattening fast to disrupt Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s speech to a joint session of Congress this afternoon. Left-wing blog Think Progress has the video.... Read More
Her heart belongs to Hugo I've done a little browsing on Expedia for Cindy Sheehan, who says she'd rather live under Venezuelan thug Hugo Chavez than in America (transcription below). (Here's the video via Allah.) Here are current one-way ticket prices from NYC to Caracas: Fund-raiser, anyone? Stephen Spruiell at The Media Blog has a... Read More
Reader H.J.T. has kindly sent me the full, 16-page "whiny kids grow up to be conservatives" study in PDF format. Click here to download and read the entire document. Update: Removed for copyright *** RightWingDuck spoofs. Dr. Helen: The Politicization of Psychology Continues Helen and Glenn's recent podcast explores this very topic with Dr. Nicholas... Read More
Liberal bloggers, fresh from mauling Washington Post ombudsman Deborah Howell and launching a boycott campaign against, snort, MSNBC's Chris Matthews, are now targeting Katie Couric for her "right-wing bias." (Hat tip: Lorie Byrd at Polipundit) Chuckle. Snort. Guffaw. I've uploaded the exchange between Couric and DNC chair Howard Dean over Jack Abramoff and his associates'... Read More
Code Pink, the radical anti-war guerilla group that has hounded wounded troops outside Walter Reed Army Hospital, won't be monopolizing its street corner for quite some time. Seems they forgot to renew their permit. Oops. The permit now belongs to the DC chapter of Protest Warrior. Andi's World, The Redhunter, Gunn Nutt, and FR have... Read More
Many security experts believe that the success of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan is vital to our security here at home. Not Sen. John Kerry. Here's what he said to George Stephanopoulos on This Week earlier today: Not only is Kerry engaging in Howard Dean defeatism of the worst kind (as well as abject... Read More
A.M. Mora y Leon at Publius Pundit catches anti-war extremists Code Pink perverting a photo of brave women in Iran protesting the nation's Islamic leadership before the presidential elections last summer, which the moonbats altered for use on a Code Pink banner to recruit terrorist-enabling women activists. Before: After: Let Code Pink know what you... Read More
Little Green Footballs has the top 20 nominees for the Annual Robert Fisk Award for Idiotarian of the Year. Tough competition this year includes: Cindy Sheehan Harry Reid Mary Mapes George Clooney Sean Penn Howard Dean Ward Churchill Dan Rather Chris Matthews Nancy Pelosi Noam Chomsky Kofi Annan Ramsey Clark Send LGF any other names... Read More
A brilliant Six Meat Buffet creation: It's the perfect moonbat Christmas gift! *** Best comment so far: "Are there instructions in French?" *** Related: Paul Mirengoff analyzes the Dems' "Cut-and-Run-Lite" strategy. *** Previous: True colors Howard the Coward Dean Howard Dean's true colors Mark Steyn on the Defeaticrat Party.
John Hawkins at Right Wing News kicks things off with The 40 Most Obnoxious Quotes For 2005. A sample: 40) "I took a poo in the woods hunched over like an animal. It was awesome." -- Drew Barrymore 39) "I think (the NBA's dress code is) a racist statement because a lot of the guys... Read More
Read John Noonan at The Officers' Club: Amen. The group's latest crusade? Harassing Christmas shoppers over "war toys." That'll teach al Qaeda! *** Also check out the Code Pink archive at Andi's World. More Code Pink blogging here. And see my column today: Hillary vs. the moonbats. *** I'm thinking the RNC should put this... Read More
Scott Ott pens the defeatist DNC chair's Christmas theme song: "We'll Retreat 'fore Christmas." Ed Morrissey nails Dean and the MSM. Tom Maguire comments on Dean and Dems in disarray. Dafydd at Big Lizards tracks Dean's descent into crackpottery. *** Yesterday: Howard Dean's true colors More from Nick Danger at RedState. And Jim Geraghty takes... Read More
Howard Dean endorsed the terrorist-sympathizing agitators of Code Pink this weekend (hat tip: Kristinn T/FR): So, who's surprised by these comments? *** On a related note, Smash documents the counter-protest against Code Pink in San Diego.
What a mess: Detroit elections officials lost track of ballots in nine precincts -- or almost 3,000 votes -- in Tuesday's election, and did not count them until two days after polls closed. State Elections Director Chris Thomas ordered city officials late Friday to keep their hands off voting records until he meets with them... Read More
***135pm EDT update...Al Sharpton calls President Bush "evil...James Crow Jr., Esquire...broken levees are weapons of mass destruction...Our people are dying in Iraq and being drowned in New Orleans...We'll be in Baton Rouge on the 29th...this is the beginning of the regeneration of the movement for our people..."*** If you tune into C-SPAN right now, you... Read More
The conspiracy-mongers at the Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance held an art contest for students. (Hat tip: Reader John K.) Little Hannah Stutz, 11, won second place for a Crayola exercise in Bush-bashing. She got a little help from dad: The prize was a year's supply of Reynold's Wrap. : Just kidding. She received $100... Read More
Late last night, I received an e-mail from Air America's webmaster and former Howard Dean staffer, Adam Mordecai. He wrote "Some answers to your questions" and included a link to/text of a new statement from the beleaguered liberal radio network about the New York City corruption probe of alleged diverted funds from inner-city non-profit clubs... Read More
I know I'll be sentenced to Operation Respect: Don't Laugh at Me camp, but there is only one proper reaction to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's attempt to conceal her ignorance of the Kelo decision: Snort. Snort. Snort. Guffaw. BWAH-hah-hah-hah. The folks at The Corner called Pelosi out first, and the blogswarm has been rightly... Read More
From Karl Rove, quoted in today's NY Times: Right. On. Democrats are now calling on Rove to apologize. Apologize? For what? For distilling the fundamental difference between the left and the right's approaches to terrorism in the wake of 9/11. The Dems are having a hissyfit over the comments, as if stating the obvious is... Read More
You already know how I feel about Mark Steyn. His latest instant classic column on the Gitmo-bashers is hanging on the home office wall. A few highlights if you haven't already read it: And: So, so good. Read and relish. *** Also good: Hugh Hewitt's piece in the Weekly Standard on "Breaking the Durbin Code"... Read More
The Chicago Tribune fawns over Durbin's "passion." The paper's editorial page says "Ignore him." The Boston Herald editorializes: "Durbin must go." Investor's Business Daily: He "made Howard Dean look sane." The Wash Times: "Durbin's degrading drivel." The New York Times editorial page: Nothing. The Washington Post editorial page: Nothing. (There is an E.J. Dionne column... Read More
Some in the Washington press corps and on Capitol Hill are in a huff because Fox News Channel anchor/reporter Brian Wilson was too aggressive with DNC chair Howard Dean at his press conference with Sen. Harry Reid yesterday. Awwwwww. Wilson raised his voice. And he didn't wait his turn. And he didn't ask "substantive" questions.... Read More
The RNC should send a thank-you letter to the San Francisco Chronicle for its public service yesterday. Maybe the RNC should send new tape recorders to every liberal editorial board on Howard Dean's schedule. Generation Why? has a good response to Dean's "white Christian party" comments. FWIW, here's Susan Estrich writing today that Dean is... Read More
A state-run TV station in Germany just aired a mystery show perpetuating "Bush did it" paranoia theories about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Looks like they've been channeling Howard Dean and Cynthia McKinney. Hat tip to Cassandra at Villanous Company, who says: "Mystery solved."
As you may know, left-wing activists held a conference in D.C. this week called Take Back America. They invited Howard Dean and John Kerry to speak. Neither mentioned Iraq, which has the "progressives" up in arms. Reports David Corn: Dean was too preoccupied with his usual paranoia-laced spewing against Republicans. It was left to
According to Business Week, Howard Dean's foam-at-the-mouth schtick is a dud with Dem donors (hat tip: Daly Thoughts and The Hedgehog Report): How long before we hear the tin-foilers murmuring that Dean is a GOP plant? It's
A new state report shows the abortion rate in Wisconsin is at its lowest since the state began tracking abortions in 1974, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin was one of the states that professor Glenn Stassen said was experiencing an increase in abortions. He later retracted that claim, but his now-discredited conclusions were echoed... Read More
You probably haven't heard about the new analysis by the Alan Guttmacher Institute, released Thursday, May 19. The study indicates that both the number of abortions in the U.S. and the abortion rate declined in 2001 and 2002: The full study is available here (.pdf file). In the wake of the report's release last week,... Read More
Lots of buzzing over Howard Dean's telling slip o' the tongue on Meet the Press yesterday in which he confused Saddam and Osama (video via Jackson's Junction; transcript at MSNBC): Whaaaa? Dean repeated the mistake again: Whoops. Looks like Dr. Dean can't keep his crackpot attacks straight. Recall that in December 2003, he waded into... Read More
Howard Dean on Meet the Press this morning claims abortions have gone up "25 percent since George Bush was president." The bogus numbers have been cited by Hillary Clinton and New York Times columnist Nick Kristof, among others. Tim Russert did not bother to challenge Dean's assertion. The truth? See here, here, and here. Tom... Read More
That should have been the headline over this Boston Globe story. Instead, the newspaper misses the real story and headlines Howard Dean's rant against Tom Delay at the Massachusetts Democratic Party convention. Here's the lede: Here's what Rep. Frank said: I would love to hear more about Rep. Frank's opinons about Howard Dean. If he... Read More
Betsy's Page notes that college students are receiving alarmist e-mails warning them they may be drafted if President Bush wins re-election. The text reads as follows:
The indispensable Command Post is keeping on top of the terror charges filed today against suspected al Qaeda arrested last week. Excerpt from Sky News: What say you now, Howard Dean?
James Robbins at NRO responds to Howard Dean and the doubters. Update: E-mail of the morning from someone who works in one of the targeted buildings:
ABC News reports tonight: Heinz Kerry Tells Reporter To Shove It Hey, did I call this or what? Flashback, Jan. 28, 2004, Howard Dean in a Dress: Tick, tick, tick.
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