Sunday, February 27, 2005

 

Heated Rhetoric

It's good to see the left-wing has recuperated from its vitriolic ways and has toned down its criticism of opposing political leaders. I'm sorry - that was a cheap shot. Both sides have their wacko contingencies to deal with. The fair thing to do would be to look at the inroads a major leader of Democratic Party has recently taken to really open the dialogue.

In case you missed it, the key sentiment Howard Dean expressed in that article was "I hate Republicans and everything they stand for." When I mentioned the need for anger in a recent post, this is not what I had in mind. The fact is, however, Dean really does look at conservatives as the real "evil" that must be defeated. More here.

And, how exactly, is this ever going to help them win elections? Wisely, some Dems are beginning to distance themselves from the anti-war superstar phenom that is Howard Dean. In particular, that CNN article notes: "Aides to other Kansas Democrats, including state Sen. Janice Lee and Kansas City Mayor Carol Marinovich, also declined to comment on Dean's visit." There are others mentioned in the article as well.

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