February 19, 2004

Dean Goes Home

By the way, I'm a bit late on this, but I did notice that Howard Dean is no longer running for president. That's both good and bad. Good because we don't have to deal with his idiocy/lunacy/perversion of religion anymore. Bad because I can no longer make fun of him.

So, I've decided to post an assortment of the various ways I've mocked Mad How on SIT in the past couple months. If you missed any of these, now's your chance to check 'em out. So, that being said, I present:


First, here's a picture based on this original image that was used in a Fark Photoshop contest. I tried unsuccessfully to enter a slight variation, but I hadn't been a member long enough.

Next, here's a picture I made that was almost completely ignored because of a certain "Dean strangling a cat" variation. Luckily, VRWC posted it at one point.

I also used the infamous "church sign generator" to make fun of Dean a few times. You can check out the "Reverend Dean" series here.

At the beginning of January, I made a DFilm called Dean vs. America. It's a couple minutes long, but I think it's funny. Of course, I may be slightly biased in that respect.

Other than that, there are quite a few regular blog posts about Mad How. This one is by far the most popular. I get a few hits every day from people searching for "Howard Dean is an idiot" and other similar terms. I also got a troll in the comments a couple weeks later, but as you can see, he's outnumbered.

In this post, I attempted to start a Google bomb of Dean's site using "idiot," and Chad informed me that the proper Dean Google bomb was actually "douche." I ended up using both.

Soon after, I wrote this post, entitled "Douche for America," that dissected the policies outlined on the Dean website. About half of it is just me attacking him for being pro-abortion, but it gets more varied from there.

I've used Dr. Douche a few more times, but those are the really memorable ones. The Dean Gallery will probably be up at the top for a while, because unless I catch the stomach virus that dozens of people seem to have now, I'll be out for most of the day today. Again, I may have some "undercover" type stuff to do soon. And yes, it involves liberals (probably). More details later.

So, until then, let's all leave on a positive note as we say farewell to Dr. Howard Dean...


Posted by CD on February 19, 2004 01:11 AM
Semi-Intelligent Comments

Don't forget the tag-team fisking!

Although I'm not sure if that was more insulting to Dean or the guy who wrote the piece...

BTW, he linked me when we fisked that thing. I still get hits from that site, too. hehehehehehe......

Posted by: Mike the Marine at February 19, 2004 11:17 AM

I completely forgot about that! Good times...

Posted by: CD at February 19, 2004 11:27 AM

I'm going to Montpilier, then I'm going to killington, then I'm going to Greensborough, then I'm going home to soak my head...


Posted by: Stephen Macklin at February 19, 2004 04:35 PM
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