Do as I say, not as I do Department

Yesterday's Quote of the Day was from DNC leader Howard Dean. It seems that the right wing media and their minions have gotten their feelings hurt. I thought I'd revisit some gems from their side.
"To angry Democrats like Nancy Pelosi and Ted Kennedy, terrorists and militia aren't responsible for the deaths of U.S. soldiers, their commander-in-chief is. And our servicemen and women, in putting torture chambers 'under U.S. management,' are no different than a regime that systematically tortured, raped and killed its own people. The San Francisco/Boston Democrats led by John Kerry have now adopted Blame America First as their official policy."
-RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie

We cannot allow presidential candidates or their surrogates to become mouthpieces for terrorists. Blaming freedom-loving people for these attacks is not the way to defeat the scourge of global terror.

"Howard Dean said a number of untrue and irresponsible things during the course of his candidacy, including accusing the President of knowing about the 9-11 attacks before they happened. Those who seek the highest office in the land and those who speak on their behalf have a responsibility not to repeat the threats made by the terrorists we are working to defeat or by replacing the facts with rumors and fiction."
-RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie

"With the 2004 Democrat presidential primary underway, Al Gore reminded voters today of two very important things. First, that Democrats won't rule out raising taxes to spend more of people's hard earned money and second that he is still willing to say or do anything to get elected."
-RNC Deputy Chairman Jack Oliver

Democrats appear to be setting the stage to use the new provisional balloting rules to convert registration fraud into vote fraud, with the possibility of Kerry supporters voting in multiple jurisdictions or under multiple names.
-RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie
As far as I'm concerned, Dean is on the right track. Democrats have been too cpmplacent for too long. It's time to kick ass and take names.

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