Howard Dean Quotes|
Appearing on MSNBC, Howard Dean once again claimed the Benghazi disaster was fabricated.
“So, I suppose they think they can get some mileage out of this. I don't see how they do it. I think it's mostly to fundraise and they're doing a lot of fundraising off four dead Americans. ”
Howard Dean, May 22, 2014
Shouting at a fundraiser for Colorado Congressional candidate Andrew Romanoff, moonbat Howard Dean accused Republicans of taking away voting rights.
“This is a Republican Party that has decided they like power so much that they think it's okay to win by taking away the right to vote. They are not American. They would be more comfortable in the Ukraine, or Russia, but stay away from our country.”
Howard Dean, May 13, 2014
In the wake of President Obama announcing he'd make sweeping changes to Obamacare, Howard Dean questioned if he had the authority to do so.
“I wonder if he has the legal authority to do this, since this was a congressional bill that set this up.”
Howard Dean, November 14, 2013
Appearing on This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Howard Dean claimed the Obamacare disaster would actually help Democrats in 2014.
“I think Obamacare is in fact going to be the reason that we are going to pick up seats in the House and we are not going to lose the Senate.”
Howard Dean, October 27, 2013
Appearing on the Kudlow Report on CNBC, Howard Dean proclaimed the assasination of a US Ambassador and three other Americans in Benghazi to be a joke.
“Benghazi is a laughable joke.”
Howard Dean, May 17, 2013
Appearing on Lawrence O'Donnell's show, Howard Dean spoke glowingly of raising taxes on everyone.
“Ya, the only problem is, and this is a little, initially going to seem like heresy from a progressive is, the truth is everybody needs to pay more taxes, not just the rich. That's a good start. But we're not going to get out of this deficit problem unless we raise taxes across the board.”
Howard Dean, December 5, 2012
Appearing on CNBC, Howard Dean said the only way to fix the deficit was to raise taxes on everyone.
“No matter what people said during the election, you cannot solve this deficit problem without everybody paying more taxes. Not just rich people.”
Howard Dean, December 4, 2012
Appearing on Lawrence O'Donnell's show, Howard Dean spoke glowingly of redistribution, and how President Obama was tricked into say he was against it.
“That's what governments do is redistribute. The argument is not whether they should redistribute or not, the question is how much we should redistribute. If you had no redistribution, we'd be back before the Magna Carta with the King.”
Howard Dean, February 7, 2011
Speaking at a religious conference, Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean claimed the United States was about to go into the 60s again, a period of enlightenment according to him.
“We're about to enter the '60s again”
Howard Dean, June 27, 2006
Speaking at a religious conference, Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean pushed his Marxist views.
“We know that no one person can succeed unless everybody else succeeds.”
Howard Dean, June 27, 2006
After coming in third in Iowa, Howard became unhinged and let out the legendary Dean Scream.
“Not only are we going to New Hampshire, Tom Harkin, we're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico, and we're going to California and Texas and New York ... And we're going to South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan, and then we're going to Washington, D.C., to take back the White House! Yeah!”
Howard Dean, January 19, 2004
For the second time in less than a year, Howard Dean decided to talk about the Confederate flag.
“I still want to be the candidate for guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks. We can't beat George Bush unless we appeal to a broad cross-section of Democrats.”
Howard Dean, November 1, 2003
In what would become a recurring message, Howard Dean told folks at a DNC meeting that Confederate flag bearers should be voting for their party.
“White folks in the South who drive pickup trucks with Confederate flag decals on the back ought to be voting with us”
Howard Dean, February 22, 2003
While running for President, Howard Dean claimed the United States needed to leverage its relationship with the USSR.
“We need to use [our] leverage with the Soviet Union, and it may require us buying the equipment the Soviet Union was ultimately going to sell to Iran.”
Howard Dean, 2003