Monday, December 15, 2003

Dean's "No-Hole" Candidacy Finished 

You know, as soon as I heard the news that O'Saddama had been captured from the Terra-Hole, I realized that Dean's candidacy was finished, and that Bush was vindicated and thus unbeatable. This was because I was reminded of the statement our President had made in his State of the Union address shortly before the beginning of the war:
We may find weapons of mass destruction. We may not. But WMD are not the important thing, because it is not so much WMD that is a threat to the United States, but the physical person of Saddam Hussein. The important thing--nay, the only thing--is capturing Saddam Hussein and bringing him to justice. For that reason, we have given him 48 hours to escape from the country.
Also, I am reminded of the claim made by Gov. Howard Dean on "Meet the Press" with Tim Russert--the claim that he has made the centerpiece of his candidacy:
President Bush believes Saddam will captured from a hole. I believe Saddam will not--not ever--be captured from a hole. That is why I am running for President of the United States: because I believe Saddam will not be captured from a hole, and in my Administration, Saddam would not--will not--be captured from a hole. Whereas President Bush thinks he will. Do you see the difference between our positions? I think I've made it perfectly clear. That is why I am running for President of the United States. Hole or no hole: that is the choice the voters, the American people, will have to make.
QED: Dean disproven; candidacy finished.


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