Teach Your Children Well
Generation Why? points out the left has been taking Howard Dean's advice on pushing the Democrat's version of facts and notes the strategy may need some work. As we highlighted in an earlier post Dean said:
"What the propagandists on the right have done is make people afraid to say they are Democrats. We have to be out there. We have to be vocal. We have to be pushing our version of the facts because their version of the facts is very unfactual."Sloppy Dawg picks up on Dean’s grammar and use of the “word” unfactual and counters with examples of President Bush being less than articulate and asks - Who's more unsmart?
Do we answer with Dean’s version of the facts or actual results? Bush is in his second term as President of the United States and Dean continues raising the level of political discourse as he tours the country. From a Dean speech yesterday in New Hampshire:
"New England Republicans are different than most. They are more reasonable and thoughtful," Dean said. "You don't get as many right-wing wackos."We also notice a certain intern in the office of a New Jersey senator doesn’t understand why anyone would be ashamed of writing vulgar, racist and sexist emails to the favorite person of right-of-center bloggers. We wonder where our favorite intern got the idea it was okay?