11 February 2005

How many Bush Administration officials does it take to screw in a light bulb?


There is nothing wrong with the light bulb; its conditions are improving every day. Any reports of its lack of incandescence are a delusional spin from the liberal media. That light bulb has served honorably, and anything you say undermines the lighting effect. Why do you hate freedom?


How many Kerry Administration officials would it have taken to screw in a light bulb?
*LOL* I just realised that what i said could go for bush's (since so many have resigned or been replaced) guys almost as well as Kerry's, oh well.

"From a religious point of view, if God had thought homosexuality is a sin, he would not have created gay people." -- Howard Dean


"My view of Christianity . is that the hallmark of being a Christian is to reach out to people who have been left behind. So I think there was a religious aspect to my decision to support civil unions." -- Howard Dean

"I hate the Republicans and everything they stand for..." -- Howard Dean


"I think a library trustee is pretty important," Dean said, during "an administration that likes book burning more than reading books." -- Howard Dean as quoted by USA Today

"The truth is the President of the United States used the same device that Slobodan Milosevic used in Serbia. When you appeal to homophobia, when you appeal to sexism, when you appeal to racism, that is extraordinarily damaging to the country." -- Howard Dean

"I donít know. There are many theories about (9/11). The most interesting theory that Iíve heard so farówhich is nothing more than a theory, it canít be provedóis that he was warned ahead of time by the Saudis. Now who knows what the real situation is? But the trouble is, by suppressing that kind of information, you lead to those kind of theories, whether they have any truth to them or not, and eventually, they get repeated as fact. So I think the president is taking a great risk by suppressing the key information that needs to go to the Kean Commission." -- Howard Dean

"For me as a political figure, it was in many ways the most important event in my political life. There arenít many people who get to do what I did." -- Howard Dean on Vermont's Civil Unions Law

"Not only are we going to New Hampshire ... we're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico, and we're going to California and Texas and New York! And we're going to South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan. And then we're going to Washington, D.C. to take back the White House, Yeeeeeaaaaaargh!" -- Howard Dean in the Iowa concession speech that proved to be the final nail in his campaign's coffin

"We have got to stop having the campaigns run in this country based on abortion, guns, God and gays..." -- Howard Dean

"I still want to be the candidate for guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks." -- Howard Dean

"I believe that the flag of the Confederate States of America is a painful symbol and reminder of racial injustice and slavery which (Abraham) Lincoln denounced from here over 150 years ago" -- Howard Dean

"We're going to tell all those white boys who run the Republican Party to stay out of our bedrooms." -- Howard Dean forgets what color he is.

"You think the Republican National Committee could get this many people of color in a single room? Only if they had the hotel staff in here." -- Howard Dean

"Dealing with race is about educating white folks..." -- Howard Dean

"It's a victory for the Iraqi people ... but it doesn't have any effect on whether we should or shouldn't have had a war. ...I think in general the ends do not justify the means." -- Howard Dean after we blew away Uday & Qusay Hussein

"We've gotten rid of (Saddam Hussein), and I suppose that's a good thing" " -- Howard Dean, April 9, 2003

"We don't know that yet. We don't know that yet, Wolf. We still have a country whose city is mostly without electricity. We have tumultuous occasions in the south where there is no clear governance. We have a major city without clear governance." -- Howard Dean's reply when he was asked if he Iraq was better off without Saddam, April 23, 2003

"...The capture of Saddam has not made America safer." -- Howard Dean

"I've resisted pronouncing a sentence before guilt is found. I will have this old-fashioned notion that even with people like Osama, who is very likely to be found guilty, we should do our best not to, in positions of executive power, not to prejudge jury trials." -- Howard Dean on Bin Laden

"(9/11 & the aftermath will) require a re-evaluation of the importance of some of our specific civil liberties. I think there are going to be debates about what can be said where, what can be printed where, what kind of freedom of movement people have and whether it's OK for a policeman to ask for your ID just because you're walking down the street." -- Howard Dean after 9/11

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