The I Hate Ann Coulter, Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage, Sean Hannity. . . Reader: The Hideous Truth About America's Ugliest Conservatives Edited by Clint Willis
On a Sunday, June 12, FOX propaganda gabfest, Dick "Anti-Democracy Puppet Master" Cheney called Howard Dean "over the top." Cheney went on to charge, "I've never been able to understand his appeal. Maybe his mother loved him, but I've never met anybody who does. He's never won anything, as best I can tell." Holy Herr Himmler, Dick, Howard was elected governor of Vermont five times, which goes to show you that the Dick Meister is as about as knowledgeable about Dean as he is about the war in Iraq.
You can tell Dean is hitting a Republican alarm button when Cheney starts accusing the Chairman of the DNC of extremism. Heck, Cheney appears on Rush Limbaugh when he can and pals around with the likes of Pat Robertson, who accused so-called (and perhaps non-existent) liberal judges of posing a greater threat to America than terrorists. Talk about over the top, Limbaugh is the male "Tokyo Rose" for the Bushevik oligarchy.
Dean wasn't phased by Dick's calculated attack. Howard's response was, "My view is FOX News is a propaganda outlet for the Republican Party and I don't comment on FOX News."
All this proves is that Dean is following the old Harry Truman adage: You don't have to give the Republicans Hell. All You have to do is tell the truth, and they'll think that it's Hell.
Which brings us to today's premium: "The I Hate Ann Coulter, Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage, Sean Hannity. . . Reader: The Hideous Truth About America's Ugliest Conservatives," edited by Clint Willis. (Willis also edited the popular BuzzFlash premium, "The I Hate Republicans Reader: Why the GOP is Totally Wrong About Everything.")
As the publisher of the book writes:
Ah, yes, if Dick Cheney wants to find a guy who is "over the top" and discover "That's not the kind of individual you want to have representing your political party," he should just look in the mirror.
A few years back, people like Coulter, Malkin and Limbaugh would be found ranting on street corners as people hurried by in embarrassment and discomfort.
Now, they are high priced extremist shock pundits.
This book exposes them all for what they are: media hookers for the GOP.