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  • The Never-ending anti-Dummocrat Conspiracy

       July 21, 2004

    Did you ever notice that whatever happens in the world, if it looks bad for the dummocrats, or if it looks good for the Republicans, dummocrats are the first to run to the media charging that it was all part of a conspiracy against them? The most famous example, of course, is Hillary Clinton’s charge that a "vast right wing conspiracy" is at work against them. Lesser known examples include Gore’s recent charge that the Bush administration is "with a network of 'rapid response' digital Brown Shirts who work to pressure reporters and their editors for 'undermining support for our troops,’” top dums’ somewhat recent charges that Saddam Hussein’s capture was orchestrated as a PR stunt by the Bush administration, older charges that Bush somehow conspired with bin Laden to commit September 11th, and even a more widespread and bizarre charges that the Bush administration is currently hiding Osama bin Laden and will “trot him out” as the election draws near.

    Staying true to form, the dummocratic brass is out in front of the Sandy Berger classified documents story with this charge that the whole thing is being “orchestrated” by the White House:

    The Kerry campaign released a letter detailing campaign questions as to whether Vice President Dick Cheney and Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie orchestrated the Berger investigation leak.

    The letter entitled "Cheney Strikes Back?" says: "The argument that the timing was politically motivated and coordinated by the White House was just made stronger by some very disturbing reports about Dick Cheney and Ed Gillespie."

    No, they don’t talk about how Berger is guilty of actually committing the acts, instead they accuse the White House of being behind some sort of conspiracy that brought the information to light.

    Why is everything a “conspiracy” to these people? Why is it always “they are against us” with these people?

    It’s because these people don’t really believe in “government of the people, for the people, by the people,” like they claim. Sure, they agree with that principle when it suits their needs, but when “the people” don’t want what they want, they claim intellectual superiority, they claim that the people don’t really know what they want, they claim that “the people” are being brainwashed, or they come up with some magical and invisible “conspiracy” that is always working against them, suppressing the “true will of the people.”

    Don’t be fooled by their act for one second. Just like the ACLU has little or nothing to do with “liberty,” and just like the ACS has nothing to do with preserving the Constitution, the Democratic Party has absolutely nothing to do with democracy or democratic principles.

    Posted by jkhat at July 21, 2004 12:51 PM

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