The Clintons, Howard Dean, Mike Moore, Jimmy Carter, Al Gore, Nancy Pelosi, etc. Are you kidding?

You democrats reall need help, your party "leaders" are a mess . I just think it is funny what the liberal disease has done to the baby killing, terrorist loving, anti American democratic party!

Hey conservatives, any other loser dems you want to add to this list?

Update:

Great job conservatives, those are some good ones! It is a nice breath of fresh air when I see smart people in a world of mentally retarded liberals bumping into each other all day!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Teddy Kennedy and the rest of that inbred clan.

    Don't forget Tom Daschle, Al Franken, Randi Rhodes, MoveOn.org, George Soros, George Clooney, Sean Penn, Bono, Rosie O'Donnell and all of the Hollow-wood puke elites.

    Barbra Boxer, Kayne West, Ray Nagin, Boston Mayor "Mumbles Minino, Dukakis, Chevaz, Chirac, Lenin, Stalin, MaoTse Tsung, Castro, Gov Gray (CA) etc......

    Massachussetts, California, Oregon, Colorado, New York

    ACLU, UAW, NEA, UCLA, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC, NPR, PBS, CNN

  • binz
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    None, yet out of those 3 bunch of left wing, loonies, Al Gore is in all probability the neatest. a minimum of he has been waiting to brainwash the yankee human beings into believing his suggestions. Jimmy Carter and Nancy Pelosi are the two failed politicians.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Want a list of Republican losers? George Bush, Dick Cheney, Karl Rove, Condolezzy Rice, Donald Rumsfeld, Bill Frist, Dennis Hastert, Jerry Falwell etc. And that sorry bunch are the leaders of the Republicans? No wonder I worry about the future of the country. Dear God, deliver me from fools such as these and the other Republicans who have really managed to screw up this country.

  • 1 decade ago

    The State of California!

    Carter

    Marion Barry

    Jesse Jackson

    Farakhan

    All Actors and Actresses

    Chavez

    Lou Dobbs

    Dan Rather

    New York Times

    LA Times

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  • 1 decade ago

    Hey "Buffman", take Jimmy Carter off your s**tlist. He was and is a decent person even though he wasn't much of a President. How about adding Senators Chuck Schumer, Teddy "Chappaquidick" Kennedy, Frank Lautenberg, Dianne Feinstein, and Barbara Boxer?

    Hey, now we've got a whole BUNCH from California.

    And to "A4140415", Washington, Jefferson and Franklin weren't liberals at all (even though Old Ben WAS a bit of a womanizer).

  • 1 decade ago

    Losers? George Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld!

    Thanks for the chance to add to the list !

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Wow, another idiot? Didn't think the Republicans on here had enough room for yet another imbecile.

    Good job at looking like a complete dumb @**

  • 1 decade ago

    Leaders that have never invaded a foreign country naming anticipatory self-defense as the reason.

    Is that the right game?

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Lost, don't expect you to understand this, but it is always worth a try. From Wikipedia:

    Liberalism is an ideology, philosophical view, and political tradition which holds that liberty is the primary political value.[1] Liberalism has its roots in the Western Enlightenment, but the term now encompasses a diversity of political thought.

    Broadly speaking, contemporary liberalism emphasizes individual rights. It seeks a society characterized by freedom of thought for individuals, limitations on power, especially of government and religion, the rule of law, free public education, the free exchange of ideas, a market economy that supports relatively free private enterprise, and a transparent system of government in which the rights of all citizens are protected. [2] In modern society, liberals favor a liberal democracy with open and fair elections, where all citizens have equal rights by law and an equal opportunity to succeed[3].

    Many liberals advocate a greater degree of government interference in the free market, often in the form of anti-discrimination laws, civil service examinations, universal education, and progressive taxation. This philosophy frequently extends to a belief that the government should provide for a degree of general welfare, including benefits for the unemployed, housing for the homeless, and medical care for the sick. Such publicly-funded initiatives and interferences in the market are rejected by modern advocates of classical liberalism, which emphasizes free private enterprise, individual property rights and freedom of contract; classical liberals hold that economic inequality, as arising naturally from competition in the free market, does not justify the violation of private property rights. However, modern advocates of classical liberalism do advocate a heavier taxation on the corporation, as opposed to the current trend of the burden of income tax resting on the shoulders of the individual worker, as did the early classical liberals.

    Liberalism rejected many foundational assumptions which dominated most earlier theories of government, such as the Divine Right of Kings, hereditary status, and established religion. Fundamental human rights that all liberals support include the right to life, liberty, and property. Liberalism has its roots in the Western Enlightenment, but the term now encompasses a diversity of political thought, with adherents spanning a large part of the political spectrum.

    A broader use of the term liberalism is in the context of liberal democracy (see also constitutionalism). In this sense of the word, it refers to a democracy in which the powers of government are limited and the rights of citizens are legally defined; this applies to nearly all Western democracies, and therefore is not solely associated with liberal parties.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    how could you forget George Clooney?

    i know he's an actor but then again Moore isn't a politician either.

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