Bret Schundler is Actually Howard Dean
Friday, June 03, 2005
(SNN Hoboken) Up until today, Bret Schundler was just another candidate running for the Republican nomination for the Governor of New Jersey. But now there is incontrovertible evidence that Bret Schundler is actually Howard Dean in disguise.
Obviously, this is no doubt going to come as a shock to many Republicans, including George W. Bush, who gave Dean his endorsement for Governor. “I urge you to cast your vote for Bret Schundler for governor of New Jersey,” Bush wrote in his endorsement. Had Bush knows Schundler was Dean, it is unlikely that he would have supported him. Dean has called Bush a radical, a deserter, the enemy, a prawn, and has compared the president to former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic.
At this point the real question is one of motivation. It is unclear whether the DNC chairman really wanted to become the Republican Governor of New Jersey or if he merely wanted to gain the nomination only to rip off his Schundler mask at the last minute and scream.
And what are Dean’s plans for the future? Will Dean not only run for Republican Governor of New Jersey, but also South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico, and will he run for Republican Governor of California and Texas and New York, and South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan?
So be careful. The next person you vote for may be Howard Dean in disguise.