Friday, October 09, 2009

DNC Spokesmouth Who Worked For Al-Queda Win In Iraq Now Compares GOP Critics Of Obama's Nobel Prize Win To Terrorists

Joe Scarborough only got called an "asshole," the DNC has compared Republican critics of Dear Leader Obama's Nobel Peace Prize win (among them Michael Steele, a black man) to Islamofascist terrorists.

According to Politico, DNC spokesmouth Brad Woodhouse said:
"The Republican Party has thrown in its lot with the terrorists - the Taliban and Hamas this morning - in criticizing the President for receiving the Nobel Peace prize," DNC communications director Brad Woodhouse told POLITICO. "Republicans cheered when America failed to land the Olympics and now they are criticizing the President of the United States for receiving the Nobel Peace prize - an award he did not seek but that is nonetheless an honor in which every American can take great pride - unless of course you are the Republican Party.

"The 2009 version of the Republican Party has no boundaries, has no shame and has proved that they will put politics above patriotism at every turn. It's no wonder only 20 percent of Americans admit to being Republicans anymore - it's an embarrassing label to claim," Woodhouse said.

What does Brad Woodhouse know about casting his lot in with terrorists? A lot. According to SourceWatch, Woodhouse worked as a press-contact for a far-Left, group called Americans Against Escalation in Iraq, who were opposed to funding the successful surge in Iraq. So, essentially, Brad Woodhouse worked unsuccessfully to help Iraq fall into the hands of al-Queda.

Democrats like Woodhouse defined patriotism as American troops being humiliated and defeated in war for the sole purpose of a partisan political victory over George W. Bush, even if it mean them helping al-Queda by proxy. When it's one of their own, like Obama, any criticism or questioning is deemed "unpatriotic" and labeled akin to siding with terrorists. We're all supposed to shut up and say nothing.

Well, I have a quote for Brad Woohouse. (hat tip: Barbra Streisand)
"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that we are to stand by the president right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public."

That was said by Theodore Roosevelt, former President and Nobel Peace Prize winner.

Question: Since he compared a black man to Islamic terrorists, can we call Brad Woodhouse a racist?

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