Howard Dean can’t seem to open his mouth without saying something nonsensical… Earlier this week he said that John McCain isn’t a strong candidate … yet both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are “extraordinary.”
Howard Dean is as partisan as they come, but for him to make both those claims is just plain stupidity. John McCain has more experience than Hillary and Obama combined. Four years ago, Democrats claimed that John Kerry’s four months in Vietnam made him more qualified to be commander-in-chief, but today they say that John McCain, who served far longer and endured far more than John Kerry did, is a weaker candidate than both Hillary and Obama, neither of whom served in the military. Hillary and Obama support disastrous policies…. They both want to cut and run from Iraq. They both want to raise taxes. They both want socialized health care. Yet, Howard Dean calls them extraordinary…
Here was my response:
#10. Jonathan | April 9th, 2008 at 9:41 pm
The chairman of the DNC is a partisan? Gee, what a shocker. Jesus, I’m seventeen, and even I could point that out to you, idiot.
Furthermore, if Ken Melman were still the chairman of the RNC, I’d bet you $500.00 that he would come out and proclaim McCain as an extraordinary candidate and say that Obama and Hillary are insignificant. I’ll go even further and say that you would boast and brag from the highest mountain top, yelling at the top of your lungs that the Democrats will be creamed come November.
So please, spare us your false outrage, Matt. Your party would pull the same kind of stunt that Howard Dean pulled and you wouldn’t care a bit.