Thursday, June 23, 2005

Nazi Yahtzee!


Who’s Calling Who a Nazi Today:

This is a good one to start with, until yesterday a Republican, Now a Democrat,

Cary, NC - A candidate for North Carolina Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court has announced on her campaign's blog that she is leaving the Republican Party and denounced the Bush administration's policy on troop withdrawal from Iraq. Rachel Lea Hunter, a Republican and a candidate for Chief Justice, likens Bush’s administration to the “Nazis” and says that all who disagree with the administration are being branded as “traitors.

(swiped from RAWSTORY.COM)


anonymous said...

Dear Minister,

Yesterday's era of Democrats like Franklin Delano Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy brought real ideas and solutions to the table in an attempt to make a better life for the American people. Unfortunately, today's Democrat Party is not the one your parents knew. Instead, today's Democrats are singularly focused on obstruction and over-the-top rhetoric, adding nothing to raise the level of discourse and address the concerns of Americans.

See for yourself, watch this new web video on!

The RNC's latest web video illustrates how far the Democrats have gone in debating the people's business in Washington, D.C. Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean says Republicans are pretty much all "white Christians." Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, Senator Hillary Clinton and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi also show that Democrats are without a plan but not without unhelpful rhetoric.

See for yourself. Watch the newest RNC web video on!


Ken Mehlman
RNC Chairman

Crackpot Press said...

Thank you for posting this under the Nazi Yahtzee portion of this blog. I hate when people go off topic but this is right on the money.

You know what mistake FDR made that the Bush decided to repeat...

Putting people in Prison Camps without charging them with a crime!

Greg Mills said...

I love how the cut and pasted talking points email is addressed to "Dear Minister". If the flock don't buy it, get the shepherd to sell it for you.