By Tom Quiner
“The only way we lose is through voter fraud.”
With these remarks, Howard Dean has ensured turmoil for our country.
So-called comedian, Bill Maher joined the fray with his own reckless rhetoric the week before:
“If you’re thinking about voting for Mitt Romney, I would like to make this one plea: black people know who you are and they will come after you.”
How reckless, how very reckless. What little regard he has for our African-American brothers and sisters.
If Mr. Romney wins, Howard Dean and Bill Maher have collaborated with the political Left to drive a wedge through the heart of America and stir up national dissension.
It makes me think of Richard Nixon in 1960. A lot of people don’t remember that he chose not to challenge the Illinois vote that swung the election to John Kennedy, despite the evidence of widespread voter fraud at the hand of Mayor Daley’s political machine.
Mr. Nixon put the nation’s interests ahead of his own and accepted his defeat graciously for the sake of national unity.
Brace yourself for disunity with loose cannons like Maher and Dean fomenting social unrest.