February 18, 2005
Saint Hillary and Reverend Dean? Don't believe it!
Howard Dean, the new chairman of the Democratic National Committee, and Senator Hillary Clinton (D.—NY) jointly hold the dubious distinction of being the only major public figures with less credibility than Mahmoud Abbas. Abbas, the recently elected successor to the late Yassir Arafat, alternately advocates peace and brotherhood with Israel, along with its total annihilation, depending on the particular audience he happens to be addressing. Likewise, both Dean and Clinton are on record as being not only the sworn enemies of conservatism, but also its truest of champions. Although they disagree on specific tactics in their respective quests for power, and they undoubtedly hold contrasting views as to who should be running the Democrat Party (and ultimately, the country), they are nevertheless inseparably bonded by a devotion to the philosophies of liberalism. It is a mistake to believe the commonly proffered notion that their relationship is purely adversarial. Furthermore, each...(Read Full Article)