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Michael Reagan: Dean 'Should Be Hung'
Michael Reagan
December 5, 2005

Michael Reagan, son of the late President Ronald Reagan, is blasting Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean for declaring that the U.S. won't be able to win the war in Iraq, saying Dean ought to be "hung for treason."

"Howard Dean should be arrested and hung for treason or put in a hole until the end of the Iraq war!" Reagan told his Radio America audience on Monday.

Reagan was reacting to Dean's comments earlier in the day, when the top Democrat said that the "idea that we're going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong."

In a Texas radio interview, Dean predicted a rerun of the Vietnam debacle, where U.S. forces had to withdraw after Congress voted to cut support for South Vietnam's government.

"This is the same situation we had in Vietnam," the top Democrat said. "Everybody then kept saying, 'just another year, just stay the course, we'll have a victory.' Well, we didn't have a victory, and this policy cost the lives of an additional 25,000 troops because we were too stubborn to recognize what was happening."

Dean said he favored a plan to immediately withdraw National Guard and Reserve troops - with all military personnel slated to be out of Iraq within two years.

Howard Dean isn't saying anything that republican leaders haven't already said. More on this later. But first, we need to look at what other fools are saying about Howard Dean's comments. Oh, and BTW, try not to forget that Dean is the only major democrat who was 100% right about Saddam not having WMD. While this doesn't necessarily mean he's right again, it shows he can see the truth no matter how mucky the water.

Reagan, like all the other conservative blow-hards, can't wait to spew hate towards anyone who dares to disagree with their idiocy. When does this type of hate become a crime? Saying Dean committed treason and should be hung is right up there. Reagan needs a refresher course on the First Amendment.