The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

6 October 2005

Not the usual political bologna

I do not believe this phrase means what he thinks it means:

"...I think with a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, you can't play, you know, hide the salami, or whatever it's called. He's got to go out there and say something about this woman [Harriet Miers] who's going to a 20 or 30-year appointment, a 20 or 30-year appointment to influence America. We deserve to know something about her."

So speaks Howard Dean, Democratic Party chair, on Hardball with Chris Matthews.

One word of advice, Dr. Dean: Don't buy the liverwurst.

(Seen by Baldilocks while perusing Wizbang.)

Posted at 3:20 PM to Say What?


What a weiny!

Posted by: Juliette at 3:37 PM on 6 October 2005

And far be it for me to JUDGE but damn ... "hide the salami" with that woman would be ... er, difficult to handle.

But of course she IS mammalian so anything is possible. :)

Posted by: ron at 3:40 PM on 6 October 2005

1)A Freudian slip, is Dean thinking about aloud about a woman? 2)Is he trying to imply some kind of Clintonian relationship between Bush and Miers? 3)Is he just an increasingly incoherent idiot?

I pick no.3.

Posted by: smitty at 3:52 PM on 6 October 2005

Does this mean it's Bush's fault that Howard Dean can't play hide the salami?

Posted by: Mr. Snitch! at 5:20 PM on 6 October 2005

Hiding the Salami?

Howard Dean is gift that keeps on giving.

Posted by: bleedingbrain at 2:01 AM on 7 October 2005