'Positive' Dean Calls GOP 'Brain Dead'
By Donald Lambro - April 23, 2005 - The Washington Times
Howard Dean, who promised to change the way Democrats speak about the issues, has accused Republicans of being "evil," "corrupt" and "brain dead," attacks that are reminiscent of the angry language he used against the Republican Party in the 2004 campaign.
The fiery former presidential candidate and Vermont governor was elected to run the Democratic National Committee after promising to reach out to voters, especially in Republican states, with a new and more positive outreach message aimed at expanding his party's shrinking base.
But a review of his speeches on the stump in the past month or more shows that his shoot-from-the-hip style remains as angry as ever.
Dean is more caustic and far less humorous than Ann Coulter. The differences between the treatment of Republicans and democrats by the Main Stream Media is quite obvious and does point out the liberal bias. Conservative Ann Coulter is an outsider with no formal political power but she is reamed for her jokes about democrats by the MSM even though she has no active say in the Republican party. The insider and leader of the DNC, Howard Dean says much worse things about Republicans (without humor) that are ignored by the MSM. Add this to your list of examples proving every MSM denial of being biased in favor of liberals is simply a joke.