Thursday, June 09, 2005

What Howard Dean Said

So some pussy Democrats are piling on Howard Dean for telling the truth, that:
"The Republicans are not very friendly to different kinds of people. They're a pretty monolithic party. They all behave the same, and they all look the same.

"It's pretty much a white, Christian party," he said.
And
"I think it is true that the Republicans are, in fact, a largely white, Christian party. There is nothing the matter with that. I'm a white Christian myself. But they don't include other folks," Dean told NBC television's "Today Show."
And
"Republicans are mean. They're not nice people."
Don't believe him? Check out this Freeper thread today on black children's exotic names:

Parents who give such names generally are less socially ambitious than average, so their kids probably learn this lack of ambition at home.

4 posted on 06/09/2005 9:29:02 AM PDT by wideawake (God bless our brave troops and their Commander-in-Chief)

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Like Barack Obama?

6 posted on 06/09/2005 9:29:59 AM PDT by grobdriver (Let the embeds check the bodies!)

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I hope this writer has their flame suit ready- It is SO un-PC to say out loud that your going to rarely find a bank president named 'Shoniqua'

8 posted on 06/09/2005 9:30:25 AM PDT by Mr. K

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"Exotic" names?

How about "illiterate"? Like the little boy in my wife's first grade class whose name was pronounced "Brian" but was spelled on his birth certificate "Brain" - because his mother was not one.

How about "silly?"

How about "sick," like the kids named after fashion designers and alcoholic beverages?

It should come as no surprise that a hiring manager is going to say to himself, "What are the chances that this person whose parents (if he had more than one) were morons will himself turn out to have more than one brain cell active at a time?"

20 posted on 06/09/2005 9:37:19 AM PDT by Redbob

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I like the names that are taken from medical conditions, such as "Chlamydia Jones", or something similar.

34 posted on 06/09/2005 9:43:23 AM PDT by SIDENET

What, no "Colin" jokes?

But back to Howard Dean's "hate speech." According to Republican Senator Gordon Smith:
"We certainly represent every ethnic background, every national origin. "

"This kind of hate speech really doen't have a productive place in our political discourse in this country," Smith said.
Oh really? Tell it to your peeps, Senator Smith. Those Freepers are the face of your party. White. Racist. Pseudo-Christian. Freaks.

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