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  • Karl Rove completely defeats the conservative message. (yes you Fox News vanity)

    02/18/2012 5:55:00 AM PST · by Cringing Negativism Network · 22 replies
    (vanity)
    I haven't watched Fox News Channel since the day Fox and Drudge all went on their Romney brainwashing spree. Today I decided I would watch my television before browsing FR. Tried CNN, and within 15 seconds of turning on the channel there was some "news" about some gay guy. Sure it's possible, maybe something actually did happen to a gay guy this week, but I am certain there were at least 10,000 more important things which happened in the world just so far this morning than some gay guy. Media, just shut up about gay guys. We don't actually care...
  • Karl Rove deserves his nickname

    12/14/2011 9:21:50 AM PST · by Oldpuppymax · 27 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 12/14/2011 | Jim Lewis
    by James Lewis, staff writer George W used to call Karl Rove a nickname that always puzzled me. Let’s say — it’s a fresh flower growing in a Texas cowpat. It seemed a little bit rough even by Texas standards. Now I think I get it. Karl Rove is a smart policy guy, and unlike the Obama Democrats who never met an anti-American Marxist or a radical Muslim they didn’t like, he is not an ideological throwback to 1848. Unlike Obama, Rove would not agitate to overthrow every Arab regime in the Middle East — along with the Israelis, who...
  • Trump: ‘Karl Rove basically is a loser’

    12/06/2011 12:01:10 AM PST · by Mozilla · 35 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 11-6-11 | By Alexis Levinson
    In response to comments from Karl Rove that candidates should skip the debate at the end of December to be moderated by Donald Trump, Trump said that in his opinion Rove was “highly overrated,” and “basically is a loser.” Rove says that a Trump-moderated debate would trivialize the process “I don’t think that Karl Rove is a smart person. I think he’s highly overrated,” said Trump, on a conference call about his new book. “I’ve watched Karl Rove for years. He’s a man who is only after Karl Rove, and he’s part of the problem with the Republican Party. Rove,...
  • Karl Rove and others circle wagons to (try to) save the GOP

    10/26/2011 9:20:55 AM PDT · by Kartographer · 57 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 10/26/11 | Jonathan Capehart
    Karl Rove has been rather chatty of late. He’s taken a hammer to Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) over the birther nonsense and to Herman Cain for basic unpreparedness. MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell thought Rove was “trying to circle the wagons around Mitt Romney as an inevitable nominee.” While I saw where he was coming from, I had a different take. Rove isn’t circling the wagons around Romney. He’s circling the wagons around the Republican Party as a legitimate political party in the United States. Rove is not alone in this endeavor.
  • Karl Rove Declares That Herman Cain Has ‘Peaked’

    10/25/2011 9:27:48 AM PDT · by US Navy Vet · 52 replies
    Mediaite, LLC ^ | October 24th, 2011 | by Jon Bershad
    Herman Cain’s reign on top of the 2012 contender list may be coming to an end. That’s the impression Karl Rove gave during an appearance on Fox News this morning as he slammed the candidate as having “created an image of him not being up for this task” through a series of blunders. The conversation began with talk of Cain’s seemingly-confused stance on abortion. However, Rove then continued, pulling out an entire white board filled with missteps Cain had made thus far in the campaign. This all correlated with poll numbers that, according to Rove, show that Cain had already...
  • Will Karl Rove Tell Us It’s Too Late for Christie Too?

    10/01/2011 7:18:31 PM PDT · by el_texicano · 29 replies
    WordPress.com ^ | 1 October, 2011 | MarkAmerica
    I should be fair. It’s not simply Karl Rove, but the whole GOP establishment class(which George Will says doesn’t exist,) demonstrating this double-standard in media punditry. Despite her impertinence in other respects, at least S.E. Cupp included Christie in her demanding article of Friday, but I’m beginning to wonder if all of the attention on Christie isn’t intended for another purpose. While it’s difficult to stomach the hypocrisy of those who have argued that it’s too late for a Palin entry, saying precious little about a prospective Christie entry in the same context, this could be a media phenomenon with...