June 8, 2005
Dean Secret Republican Operativean Francisco (WitNit Newswire) -- Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean, nicknamed "Blue Meanie," continued his extreme hyperbolic rampage against Republicans, saying in San Francisco this week that Republicans are "a pretty monolithic party. They all behave the same. They all look the same. It's pretty much a white Christian party."
Far leftists laugh and shout with glee every time Dean says things like,"The Republicans are not very friendly to different kinds of people." Dean cited no examples.
Dean also said, divisivley, "Republicans always divide people," and "Republicans don't represent ordinary Americans and they don't have any understanding of what it is to go out and try and make ends meet."
There is now growing suspicion that Dean is a secret Republican operative. Dean's style and rhetoric have sparked increasing criticism from inside the Democratic Party in recent weeks -- and gleeful Republicans say they couldn't be happier. Democratic politicians, however, are skeptical.
"His father was one of dem despicable Republicans," said Senator Robert Byrd, nicknamed "Sheets." Byrd went on to say, "A man's past should not be forgotten. Howuhd Dean is makin' the Democratic Party the party of losuhs."
"There no doubt about it," said Presidential candidate Hillary R. Clinton, nicknamed "Pinnochio." "Howard Dean is a tool of the vast rightwing conspiracy. Karl Rove is an evil genius who has forced Dean down the throats of the Democrats. If we don't stop the lies, people will die! Howard Dean is a weapon of mass destruction."
Senator Joseph Biden, nicknamed "Rogane," agreed. "Howard Dean doesn't look as good as me, speak as good as me, or smell as good as me. He's an embarassment to all legitimately corrupt Democrats."
Asked to comment, Senator Edward Kennedy, nicknamed "Lifeguard," articulated, "Gljhib dorb slhurp ksnorht."
Karl Rove's office was phoned by this reporter for a comment. Maniacal laughter was all that was heard on the line.
Posted by witnit at June 8, 2005 8:45 AM
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