People who live in white houses shouldn't throw stones.Looks like someone located their fighting spirit. Too bad they're two years too late. Oh well, better late than never.
George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Karl Rove should know better, but it's no surprise they don't. For almost five years now, every time they've got their backs to the wall politically, they play "the fear card." The latest example: Dick Cheney claiming that Democratic candidates who dare to challenge the Bush White House on Iraq are "emboldening terrorists."
What's worse, and startling, is that in Connecticut Joe Lieberman is now echoing their intolerable rhetoric attacking the Democratic Senate nominee.
There's only one way we can win. We've got to help our candidates give back as good as they get.
We'll meet every shameless attack with more energy, every distorting ad with more passion, and every ugly appeal to fear with more determination.
And 82 days from now, we'll celebrate the election of standup Democrats all across America.
We'll teach them, once and for all, that people who live in white houses shouldn't throw stones.
Let's get it done.
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