Why does Howard Dean think I’m stupid? Why do Repubilcans and Democrats think that Americans are stupid?

Posted on February 21st, 2011 by admin1 in republican email lists

I just got an email from Howard Dean cause I’m on that email list when he sends out the emails to the public asking me to write my congressman about the Bush vetoing the kids health care thing.

Does he think I am stupid?

These politicans they do this kinda stuff all the time to get the base all whiped up into a frenzy.

Its like this bill, it covered more kids than were in need, its not a good bill it costs too much money.
So Bush vetoes this so the democrats can get us all worked up and bent out of shape,
and the bill wanted to raise cigarette taxes,

so now Republicans are running around like chickens with their head chopped off saying heh look at us we faught a tax cut!

Its like flag burning, they waste their time on flag burning and then go home and campaign on the issue.

Meantime, how many poor kids really are without health insurance?

How about we get a decent piece of legislation for them?

SCHIP added $35 billion over 5 years to add 4 million children who didn’t qualify for Medicaid, but their families couldn’t afford to purchase insurance.
Cigarette tax would go up to $1 per pack.

I See Nothing Wrong With this Bill.

11 Comments on “Why does Howard Dean think I’m stupid? Why do Repubilcans and Democrats think that Americans are stupid?”

  1. tallerfella

    Because the people keep electing them…………..References :

  2. Skooz

    "Why do Repubilcans and Democrats think that Americans are stupid?"

    Evidence.References :

  3. Brian

    I plan on writing Bush and thanking him for doing the right thing and vetoing that bad bill despite pressure to sign it….References :

  4. Holy Defender of The Republic

    Well I smoke So I will benefit from this tax break and to think I would have been paying for the doless taxing me on breathing as it were.

    WTF is wrong with DB’s in the House & Senate,

    Next they out law RED MEAT.References :

  5. Ron4prez

    Well they stole our elections and we did nothing!
    They attacked us on 9/11 and we did nothing!
    They took our freedoms and we did nothing!
    They started an illegal war with our tax dollars and we did nothing!

    LoL not only do they think we are stupid they think we are scared shitless.References :

  6. Rja

    Legislation is NEVER for the people there is always a special interest which is the primary beneficiary.References :

  7. Matt W

    Wow, that’s a lot of questions.

    1. Howard Dean thinks that he is smarter than anyone and always has, even when I knew him as the Lt. Gov. of Vermont. He is an elitist and thinks that the world is stupid.

    2. Both parties think you are stupid and need to be told how to think since if you think for yourself, most of the party elites will be out of a job. It is just too dangerous for you to think on your own.

    I agree with your final question. I think that a lot of the legislation these days is being drafted with the purpose of making the other side look bad and not solving a problem. This is just getting way too ridiculous. We need a Congress that focuses on working and not winning the battle with the other side of the aisle.References :

  8. g

    you just said that the "base" for each party gets all worked up over these things… and often… they are the vast majority of people who vote… have you seen the voting numbers?

    so… you basically answered your own question…

    because many people are stupid… or else they wouldn’t get so worked up…

    it clearly works…References :

  9. Mary J

    I agree with you. It seems that most politicians think we are stupid. I think that the reason is that as a group we tend to act stupid. The TV tells us what to believe and for the most part we do. Now with the Internet, things might get a little better, but only if we as a people get out and vote. It doesn’t do a bit of good to have opinions if we are so apathetic that we cannot find time to vote and let those opinions count.References :

  10. Global warming ain't cool

    SCHIP added $35 billion over 5 years to add 4 million children who didn’t qualify for Medicaid, but their families couldn’t afford to purchase insurance.
    Cigarette tax would go up to $1 per pack.

    I See Nothing Wrong With this Bill.References :

  11. CutandRun

    Reject ALLReferences :

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