Thursday, June 09, 2005


Dean's new turnoff strategy for Democrats is guided by expediency rather than principle.

But the most remarkable thing about Dean's speech was, literally, its thoughtlessness -- now a virtue in the Dean playbook. Democrats, he said, need to take seriously the fears of "moral Republicans," instead of saying "That's ridiculous" ("Clinton would have said, 'I feel your pain' "). Pointing to his head, Dean explained how to do it: "We have to stop talking from here anymore"; then, pointing to his heart, he said, "We have to speak to them from here."
Excerpt From Dean's Democrats Remain Pathetic
This is so hideously sad... I don't know whether to puke or cry... There are no principles... just lust for money and power... Dean joined the bandwagon of the Dumbing of America... he might as well have said "listen-up kids ...stupidity is a winner so let's go for it!! YAHOO!!!!!!!" Don't these Dem turnoffs realize that we are yearning for"truth and justice for all"... even if it loses in the short run... it will be a big winner in the end... It CAN'T LOSE, IT'S PRINCIPLED! The"Can't lick-em so join-em" philosophy ... IS NOT THE ANSWER IN A GROWN-UP WORLD. ThinkingBlue

prin·ci·ple n.
1. A basic truth, law, or assumption: the principles of democracy. 2.a. A rule or standard, especially of good behavior: a man of principle. b. The collectivity of moral or ethical standards or judgments: a decision based on principle rather than expediency.

ex·pe·di·en·cy n. 1. Appropriateness to the purpose at hand; fitness. 2. Adherence to self-serving means: an ambitious politician, guided by expediency rather than principle.

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