Monday, June 13, 2005


"Fox News is a propaganda outlet of the Republican Party"

It seems VP "Dick" Cheney is trying to start a row with Howard Dean, now that Dean is the head of the DNC.

This starts with Dean's comment that the GOP is "pretty much a white, Christian party." As pointed out by John Aravosis over at AMERICAblog "99 percent of all Republican legislators across the country and in Congress are white." Markos ZĂșniga over at DailyKos provides this quote from a Ohio Bush supporter, "'We love the President. He's a Christian and these people are evil,' said Ms. Brandon, referring to the protesters."

Anyway, as reported in the Star Tribune, Cheney calls Howard Dean 'over the top':
"I've never been able to understand his appeal. Maybe his mother loved him, but I've never met anybody who does. He's never won anything, as best I can tell," Cheney said in an interview to be aired Monday on Fox News Channel's Hannity & Colmes.
Didn't Dean win the Governorship of Vermont five times?

The Kansas City Star then records Gov Dean's response, Dean criticizes GOP courting of black voters:
"My view is that Fox News is a propaganda outlet of the Republican Party and that I don't comment on Fox News." The response drew applause from the room.

Here's hoping Dean keeps calling it as it is. Why care if the GOP and their Kool-aid kids get pissed. They have already made it clear they have no interest in anything other than the politics of attack. Stop playing defense and just start speaking the truth.

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