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ELVIS
01-31-2004, 10:46 PM
By Cliff Kincaid (http://www.aim.org/publications/weekly_column/2003/12/10.html)

December 10, 2003

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While Howard Dean is a Northeastern liberal, heís no Michael Dukakis. So says William Kristol of The Weekly Standard, writing in the Washington Post about Deanís chances to win in 2004. In 1988, the former Massachusetts governor lost to George H.W. Bush after being branded a dreaded "Massachusetts liberal." By contrast, the media have labeled Dean a "conservative" or "centrist" on some issues.

But the truth about Deanís embrace of the radical homosexual agenda could put the former Vermont governor on the far, far left side of the political spectrum, even beyond the liberalism of Dukakis.

For this reason, itís a safe bet that the liberal media will try their best to keep this explosive story in the closet.

Oreste Valsangiacomo Sr., a Democrat who served 30 years in the state legislature, has written that Dean was a key member of a sophisticated campaign that implemented the homosexual agenda in the state over a period of many years.

Equally significant, Dean strongly supported Outright Vermont, a group luring young people into homosexuality. Dean met with its leaders and sponsored state funding of the group. Whatís more, Dean appointed homosexual Bill Lippert, Outrightís founder, as a state representative in July 1994 to fill a vacancy in the legislature.

As detailed in a letter to the Rutland (Vermont) Herald, Valsangiacomo said that the strategy continued to unfold when Lippert was appointed as vice chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and helped produce the legislation recognizing homosexual "civil unions" and granting marriage benefits to these "couples." Dean went behind closed doors to sign it, keeping the date and time of the signing a secret from legislators and the press. Dean and Lippert would embrace in victory. It was the first such bill in the nation.

Meanwhile, Outright, which received state money under Dean to conduct "diversity workshops" in schools, came under fire for homosexual advocacy. State Rep. Carl Haas said that voters in Vermont regarded this matter as even more troubling than homosexual unions. He was quoted in the Rutland Herald as saying, "What people were really concerned about was that we had people going into the schools sanctioning homosexuality."

In a column almost two years ago, Stanley Kurtz of the Hudson Institute said he also found "growing alarm" about Outright Vermont during a visit to Deanís state. He found notices on bulletin boards in a high school for the schoolís gay-straight alliance advising students to go to a website that directed them to "homosexual pornography."

Going beyond homosexuality, the March 2003 issue of Outright Vermontís newsletter features an article about a Vermont youth who enjoyed attending a "True Spirit Conference" held in Washington in February and meeting people known as FTMs. These have undergone "female-to-male" physical experiences that involve surgery to remove breasts and the taking of hormones and testosterone. The conference featured "chest reconstruction surgery" and "chest surgery show and tell" workshops.

Under Deanís tenure, Outright Vermont received state funding from the Vermont Department of Health and additional funds from the Ben & Jerryís Foundation and the Samara Foundation of Vermont. Lippert serves as the executive director of the Samara Foundation, in addition to continuing to serve in the legislature.

Valsangiacomo told me that he wonít talk in detail about Deanís pro-homosexual agenda and the secret meetings he held to make it a reality in Vermont until the former governor wraps up the Democratic nomination. He did say that he is strongly supporting President Bushís re-election.

But in that letter in the Rutland Herald, he traced the pro-homosexual campaign to a private Nov. 7, 1993 meeting of 12 Democrats and several homosexuals at the home of the chair of the state Democratic Party committee. He maintains it actually went back further, noting that Playboy ran a 1972 article, "Taking Over Vermont," about a "blueprint" by two Yale University activists for homosexuals and other radicals and leftists to move into the state and transform it politically.

Some of this may sound fantastic, but the fact is that Deanís Vermont has become more liberal than Massachusetts. Vermont, which boasts the only openly socialist member of Congress, Rep. Bernard Sanders, beat Massachusetts to the punch on "gay" marriage. Itís true that Dean is no Dukakis. In fact, Dean may be more liberal (and more vulnerable) on the critical social issues.

Now with the support of Al Gore, Dean is in the process of "taking over America." With the help of the media, who support his radical agenda, he could succeed. But his success will depend on concealing the facts about Deanís homosexual experimentóand how he has used young people as sexual guinea pigs.


:elvis:

FORD
01-31-2004, 10:52 PM
God forbid someone would teach future generations not to hate :rolleyes:

Replace the word "homosexual" with "jew" in this piece of shit article and it could have come right off of Hitler's desk. Oh, wait a minute... Hitler murdered a bunch of gay people too. Maybe it DID come off his desk?

Pink Spider
01-31-2004, 10:53 PM
Originally posted by ELVIS


No sane person cares.

I don't like Dean, but that article is ridiculous.

ELVIS
01-31-2004, 10:54 PM
About what ??

FORD
01-31-2004, 11:10 PM
Originally posted by Pink Spider
No sane person cares.

I don't like Dean, but that article is ridiculous.

But you're assuming right wingers are sane. Remember, these ARE the people who thought an illiterate alcoholic coke addict who never held a job in his life which his father didn't get for him would make a good president.

Seshmeister
01-31-2004, 11:12 PM
The system is the problem.

It means you can only choose your candidate from a bunch of pricks who were bought and paid for long ago.

ELVIS
01-31-2004, 11:21 PM
Originally posted by FORD
But you're assuming right wingers are sane. Remember, these ARE the people who thought an illiterate alcoholic coke addict who never held a job in his life which his father didn't get for him would make a good president.

You're insane...

Everyone has a past and George Bush is not illiterate...

Pink Spider
01-31-2004, 11:29 PM
"Rarely is the question asked: is our children learning?"

:D

ELVIS
01-31-2004, 11:39 PM
Well do they be ??

Cathedral
01-31-2004, 11:56 PM
LMMFAO @ Elvis...

Why yes, i do believe they do be learnin doh....

Seshmeister
02-01-2004, 12:11 AM
LOL!

rustoffa
02-01-2004, 01:42 AM
Just fucking put "Howard Dean experiments on children"on bumperstickers and the world will spin in side-splitting harmony.holy shit I can't quit laughing.......

BigBadBrian
02-01-2004, 07:44 AM
Originally posted by ELVIS
Well do they be ??

If you axe me dey don't.

John Ashcroft
02-01-2004, 10:50 AM
Hey, day be knowin' some shit.

Satan
02-01-2004, 12:48 PM
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Cathedral
02-01-2004, 01:56 PM
Just like you to bring a pitch fork to a gun fight...

The difference being that Dean did his experiments behind peoples backs and during peacetime.
War is hell and even these pictures you posted are mild compared to what Hussein did to them, and on a much larger scale...

Your example fails to do what you intended to do.

On the bright side, Those kids won't have to endure either horror for much longer and you know why?

Because they are now liberatd, free with the chance to be happy for once.
But then, that is what really pisses you off about the whole thing isn't it.

Don't answer, everything you say is a lie and you are not to be trusted...

Satan
02-01-2004, 02:16 PM
Originally posted by Cathedral
Just like you to bring a pitch fork to a gun fight...

What else would I bring? :confused:


The difference being that Dean did his experiments behind peoples backs and during peacetime.
War is hell and even these pictures you posted are mild compared to what Hussein did to them, and on a much larger scale...

Your example fails to do what you intended to do.

So you excuse Junior slaughtering and maiming children just because he's slightly less evil than Saddam Hussein??


On the bright side, Those kids won't have to endure either horror for much longer and you know why?

Because they are now liberatd, free with the chance to be happy for once.
But then, that is what really pisses you off about the whole thing isn't it.

Calling this "liberation" is like calling my home "eternal paradise". Do you really believe that a PNAC puppet government in Iraq is going to convert the place into some fucking Disneyland where peace and love and prosperity are commonplace? If that were even possible, shouldn't the BCE have done that in America first?


Don't answer, everything you say is a lie and you are not to be trusted...

**sigh** :(

Still repeating that media spin, huh? I'm just an honest Devil trying to make a living like anybody else.

Cathedral
02-01-2004, 02:30 PM
Answers:

A lightning bolt or something usefull

I don't excuse anything when children are hurt, But like i said, they no longer will have to fear Saddam in their own land

I'm sure you have a very nice home, and to some even a cardboard box could be considered paradise.

One mans spin is another man's fact. I can't recall one truthfull thing you have said in 2,004 years.