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By Doug Krieger

“The only time I open my mouth is when I exchange feet . . . man, we’ve gone from Deep Throat to Dean’s throat inrepparttar space of one week!”

These and other hilarious comments have been made ofrepparttar 142982 hysterical doctor from Vermont of late who, as DNC Chairman, is determined to make wedge politics a thing ofrepparttar 142983 present Democratic Party in its attempt to widenrepparttar 142984 already polarized American electorate.

Whenrepparttar 142985 likes of Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and Barney Frank say that Dean’s remarks regarding people like Tom DeLay are “out of line” and that Dean doesn’t represent them when it comes to such blather, then you know thatrepparttar 142986 Dems. have actually electedrepparttar 142987 likeness of their national chair to match their mascot.

Now, let’s proberepparttar 142988 wisdom of this lightning rod of rhetoric and why allrepparttar 142989 fuss—especially concerning his latest gaff.

First of all, Howard Dean “hates Republicans.” (“I haterepparttar 142990 Republicans and everything they stand for,” former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean told Democrats gathered at a Manhattan hotel, in quotes picked up byrepparttar 142991 New York Daily News. Jan. 29, 2005)

Then after hating this despicable lot he determines that this much hated Republican Party is primarily (like himself) a bunch of “white Christians” (“pretty much a white, Christian party.” June 8, 2005).


Now, it only gets better . . . i.e., it’s time to exchange feet again! When interviewed by Matt Lauer onrepparttar 142992 NBC Today Show (June 8, 2005), Lauer asked what Dean thought about 40% of Hispanics voting for Bush inrepparttar 142993 last election. Mind you, this question was fast onrepparttar 142994 heels ofrepparttar 142995 comments Dean made aboutrepparttar 142996 Republican Party being taken over by Christian conservatives. Dean continued his foot work when he reinforced his “White Christian” remark in response to Lauer’s questioning by including Hispanics in onrepparttar 142997 “conspiracy” of “White Christians.”

Dean continued to defend his remarks before Lauer . . .

“‘By a series of recent initiatives Republicans have transformed our party intorepparttar 142998 political wing ofrepparttar 142999 Christian conservatives.’ That was written by former Senator John Danforth, one ofrepparttar 143000 most respected people and Episcopalian minister. I think it is true thatrepparttar 143001 Republicans are in fact a largely white Christian party. There’s nothingrepparttar 143002 matter with that, I’m a white Christian myself, but they don’t include other folks and this is a very diverse country. In fact, they’ve gone out of their way to use other kinds of people as scapegoats in order to win elections.”

So, it’s O.K. thatrepparttar 143003 Republicans have had their party transformed by Christian conservatives (“ . . . there’s nothingrepparttar 143004 matter with that . . . (and, oh, yes) . . . I’m a white Christian myself”) . . . but Dean points out that while this transformation takes/took place by these conservative Christians, they, nevertheless, exclude “other folks” (e.g., gays, blacks, etc.) from “their party.”

Furthermore, these “white Christians” scapegoat these NarDoWells. Interestingly enough, according to CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll data, 82 percent of self-described Republicans are white Christians - but so are 57 percent of Democrats and 67 percent of all Americans. Note: The actual survey can be found HERE. And, all this one week after Dean remarked that many Republicans “have never made an honest living in their lives.”


As you can imagine, all this white, fundamentalist Christian bashing (withrepparttar 143005 Hispanics thrown in as well for target practice), really has provided a great deal of “fun and games” by Democrat watchers . . . actually, guys like Rush Limbaugh have come up with a bizarre explanation for all this regal rhetoric: Hillary Clinton looks moderate compared to Dean and, therefore, is more electable!

However, when your “point man” starts to take severe flack (self-induced) it’s time for a “group hug” . . . let’s circlerepparttar 143006 wagons. Thus, was a Thursday evening bash planned to honorrepparttar 143007 man withrepparttar 143008 golden tongue.

Party faithful will extolrepparttar 143009 gift that keeps on giving . . . or does it? As it turns out, big time “donors are upset thatrepparttar 143010 DNC under Dean's stewardship is falling behind in fund-raising, failing to appeal to party high-rollers. Inrepparttar 143011 first quarter of this year,repparttar 143012 DNC raised $14.1 million, compared with $32.3 million byrepparttar 143013 Republican National Committee.” (Boston Globe)

Howard appears to have caughtrepparttar 143014 focus of his party in more ways than one . . . and, thoughrepparttar 143015 likes of Rush Limbaugh contend he speaks forrepparttar 143016 soul ofrepparttar 143017 party (which may be correct), he certainly needs to be more coy about his party’s intentions . . . badmouthing heartlanders, Red States, and feigning to be both a “white Christian” and, at one time even a “Red Neck,” smacks of a stupid, disingenuous, political numbskull whose tour of duty is about to end real soon (probably for financial reasons as well).


Dabbling in political analysis, especially when it comes to “Christian” comments like those of Dean, that border on blatant racism and extreme stereotyping, is notrepparttar 143018 exclusive purview of secularists . . . so, let’s have a gander. First of all, Dean’s remarks truly do reflect his party’s philosophical core and anxieties. The intensity ofrepparttar 143019 polarization between secularists and so-called conservative Christians who have seemingly taken overrepparttar 143020 Republican Party (in appearance only) grows more intense each day.

Public articulation of this national polarization has grown to such a pitch that this type of irrational exuberance is not only tolerated, it is seen by many Democratic faithful as a breath of fresh air! Why not “tell it like it is” . . . we’ve nothing to lose, since we’ve little to gain (satisfied as we are withrepparttar 143021 fringe of Americana Blue and all else red).

Dean’s remarks are so “out there” (though they assuredly do not distortrepparttar 143022 facts . . . i.e., conservative Christians have literally taken overrepparttar 143023 “external” rein ofrepparttar 143024 Republican apparatus), that there’s got to be something else going on here.

There really is a deep seated fear, even trauma, afflicting scores of Americans who see in this “religious take over” of Republican politics,repparttar 143025 final “death throws” ofrepparttar 143026 secular state allegedly envisioned inrepparttar 143027 Constitution. To them so politically frightened, there is but little hope left; thus, to “break out” in a frontal assault akin to Dean’s and simply go for broke is their only alternative . . . lettingrepparttar 143028 chips fall where they may.

To do and/or say nothing would berepparttar 143029 greatest of errors—for a future structured by fundamentalist Ayatollahs is notrepparttar 143030 Hollywood and Broadway ofrepparttar 143031 Left . . . no, no, no . . . it isrepparttar 143032 worst of worlds; one that would confine and consignrepparttar 143033 American dream of expressive liberty for all torepparttar 143034 trash bin of deviant history.



Written by Robert Bruce Baird

"It was this immortality ofrepparttar spirit that Saint-Germain tried to bring to a small group of chosen initiates. He believed that this minority, once it was developed itself, would, in its turn, help to develop another small number, and that a vast spiritual radiation would gradually descend, in beneficent waves, towardsrepparttar 142723 more ignorant masses. It was a sage's dream, which was never to be realized.” (1) Jeffersonrepparttar 142724 Illuminati:

‘I have seen halfrepparttar 142725 earth desolated. Were there but an Adam & Eve left in every country, & left free, it would be better than it now is... The liberty ofrepparttar 142726 whole earth was depending onrepparttar 142727 issue ofrepparttar 142728 contest.’ - Thomas Jefferson

I will provide evidence in Thomas’ own words that he supported Weisthaupt in this contest. You must seriously considerrepparttar 142729 extent of this conflict insiderepparttar 142730 halls of hierarchy. The American and French Revolutions are reallyrepparttar 142731 same conflict dressed up in different sounding garb and managed by and forrepparttar 142732 same motley crew of power elites.

The official biographies ofrepparttar 142733 Rothschild family are not shy about stating how they made an enormous (!!!) fortune or took control ofrepparttar 142734 world economy and British Treasury onrepparttar 142735 day The Battle of Waterloo ended.


“When Washington retired to private life, Freemasons Andrew Jackson and Edward Livingston were two ofrepparttar 142736 three men to vote AGAINST Congressional resolutions giving thanks to this great man. It is unclear whetherrepparttar 142737 third man was also a Mason.[5]{Jackson foughtrepparttar 142738 Rothschild bankers and he and Livingston are intimates of Lafitte but screwed him.}

Benjamin Franklin was a Freemason whose unique socializing skills included attending gatherings ofrepparttar 142739 English Hell Fire Club, a secret society focused on sex, pornography and politics.[6] When a relation asked about becoming a Mason, Franklin replied with his characteristic humor and candor, "one fool in any family is enough." General Lafayette, another Mason, does not appear to have joined (been recruited into?) a French Masonic lodge untilrepparttar 142740 Revolutionary war was virtually over. Afterrepparttar 142741 war Masons lavished General Lafayette with higher Masonic degrees.” (2) The Rosicrucian Council of Three: THOMAS PAINE: The Communist Manifesto:

Why would Physiocrats support Communism? Lafitte lived in hopes of less government so why would he fundrepparttar 142742 printing ofrepparttar 142743 Communist Manifesto? The labels you find people hurling at each other or proudly bearing on lapel buttons, be they Democrat or Republican, Nazi or Communist are not real. Atrepparttar 142744 very least they are not well understood. No Political Science Professor or person holding themselves out as an economist has been willing to debate me aboutrepparttar 142745 Physiocrats in over three years on hundreds of sites inrepparttar 142746 MSN world ofrepparttar 142747 web.

Russian Bolshevism was a corporate outreach ofrepparttar 142748 old-monied power elite. So was Hitler’s Nazism, and Hitler was a genetic ‘bastard’ offspring given fine tutelage byrepparttar 142749 Viennese De Medicis/Rothschild esoteric system. St. Germain started these schools and he handed overrepparttar 142750 spy network of his De Medicis family to Mayer Amschel Rothschild atrepparttar 142751 estate ofrepparttar 142752 British Royals cousins – William of Hesse who also financed Weishaupt. These labels are powerful and almost hypnotic ways of making people respond torepparttar 142753 wishes of those who have used people as cannon and sword fodder for millenia. The same people throughout at leastrepparttar 142754 5,000 year ‘nightmare’ that James Joyce (quoted by Joseph Campbell in Gimbutas’ Language ofrepparttar 142755 Goddess) brought to my attention when I began devoting myself to writing and this research inrepparttar 142756 year 2000. The same families at least! The names change from Merovingian to Carolingian but they are still found on both sides of every conflict.

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