Howard Dean: Republicans Should Leave America

"They are not American. They would be more comfortable in the Ukraine, or Russia, but stay away from our country."

At a fundraiser for Colorado Congressional candidate Andrew Romanoff last week, former Democrat Party Chairman Howard Dean had a message for people who aren't Democrats: Get out!

"They are not American. They would be more comfortable in the Ukraine, or Russia, but stay away from our country," yelled the bombastic Dean to a wildly cheering and supportive crowd.

During President Obama's time in office, eliminationist rhetoric on the part of the left has been deemed acceptable and is rapidly on the rise. Vitriol reaches the highest levels, and the lip service paid to "working together" is belied by the true nature of Democrat politics, which is to exclude, isolate, ridicule, and destroy. From MSNBC hosts speechless at the idea of even speaking to Tea Party supporters to Howard Dean endorsing kicking out half the population, the new tone of the left increasingly means "burn the heretics."

Does Andrew Romanoff think Republicans should leave America? More importantly, do the voters of Colorado's sixth district feel that way? Someone should ask him.. And them.

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