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Dean on Rumsfield: “Textbook authoritarianism”

John Dean weighs in on Donald Rumsfields comments related to calling those against the war “appeasers.” Note also the comments on fear. [NOTE: if you see a white space below, YouTube is down]

UPDATE: Check out the video of Keith Olbermann’s commentary on the Rumsfield speech over at Crooks and Liars. Definitely worth a watch.

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15 thoughts on “Dean on Rumsfield: “Textbook authoritarianism”

  1. I couldn’t help but jab Olberman, since he is so off-base.

    The “message” doesn’t even dignify a responce. Except that us conservatives are glad the Bush administration is finally firing back.

    If something appears on MSNBC, Rush Limbaugh always explains what it is because he is afraid no one has seen it. :) HAHAHAHA

  2. The prefect example of a ditto head.

    Keith Olbermann is absolutely right in his scathing commentary on Rumsfeld. How dare Rummy accuse anyone that even questions the administartion’s failed policies and failed performance as “appeasers.”

  3. 1941 (except our home-grown terrorist Timothy McVeigh). So I guess you’ll be slapping shrub on the back for that one too? Bad argument. YOU GOT NOTHING.

  4. I remember a number of American’s died, a US senator’s office targeted, and the postal service being in crisis when the country was being attacked by anthrax in the mail. After 9/11. And this has not been solved. Ignorance of history does not mean that it didn’t occur.

    It’s also widely acknowleged that we will be hit again, it’s only a matter of time. What then will be the excuse?

  5. Yeah, where is the Anthrax mailer? Do you think he’s with OBL? Let’s call Musharraf…

    Neo-fascists talk big but what do they really do besides talk?

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