Friday, May 12, 2006

Howard Dean really loses his mind, ditto GOP.


Howard Dean who used to be my man, went on Pat Robertson's CBN and said that the 2004 Democratic Party Platform stated that "Marriage is between a man and a woman".

The 2004 Democratic Party Platform actually says:

"We support full inclusion of gay and lesbian families in the life of our nation
and seek equal responsibilities, benefits, and protections for these families.
In our country, marriage has been definited at the state level for 200 years,
and we believe it should continue to be defined there. We repudiate President
Bush's divisive effort to politicize the Constitution by pursuing a Federal
Marriage Amendment." Our goal is to bring Americans together, not drive them
apart."


That's certainly what I support and there's no way the religious right will vote Democrat, so Howard save your breath, take a rest and try to remember whose side you're on.


Speaking of sucking up to the right, it seems to be the only hope for the Republicans in the next election. But don't count them out, the Republilcans have refined butt sucking into a real art form.

WASHINGTON -- Republican leaders in Congress have all but abandoned efforts to
pass major policy initiatives this year, and are instead focusing their energies
on a series of conservative favorites that they hope will rally loyal voters in
November's congressional elections.

The House and Senate agendas are
packed with bills that, even supporters concede, have no chance of passing but
that social and fiscal conservatives clamor for, like constitutional amendments
banning flag-burning and gay marriage. By bringing them up, Republicans hope to
inspire a constituency that has fractured in its support for President Bush and
the party. They also hope to cast Democrats as obstructionists by drawing their
plentiful ''no" votes.

I'll bet my Democrat? congressman votes for everyone of them. He has in the past.

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I did not mean that Conservatives are generally stupid; I meant, that stupid persons are generally Conservative. I believe that to be so obvious and undeniable a fact that I hardly think any hon. Gentleman will question it.

John Stuart Mill (May 20 1806 – May 8 1873)