Thursday, June 09, 2005

Howard and Hillary

I love today's column by Peggy Noonan. In it, she imagines a speech given by President Bush to a crowd in Topeka, Kan. (proving that the speech is indeed a farce, since he never finds reasons to come to Kansas except for perhaps the shortest speech he's ever given at the Brown v. Board anniversary event). The speech she envisions is taken from actual quotes from Hillary Clinton and Howard Dean. The point is...a Republican would NEVER say such things about Democrats.
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. I want to speak this evening about how I see the political landscape. Let me jump right in. The struggle between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party is a struggle between good and evil--and we're the good. I hate Democrats. Let's face it, they have never made an honest living in their lives. Who are they, really, but people who are intent on abusing power, destroying the United States Senate and undermining our Constitution? They have no shame.

But why would they? They have never been acquainted with the truth. You ever been to a Democratic fundraiser? They all look the same. They all behave the same. They have a dictatorship, and suffer from zeal so extreme they think they have a direct line to heaven. But what would you expect when you have a far left extremist base? We cannot afford more of their leadership. I call on you to help me defeat them!"

Mrs. Clinton's comments are in white and Mr. Dean's in yellow, and she changed "right" to "left."

I don't get how they think that kind of talk is good for the country, or will endear themselves to the public.


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