Skip to comments.Karl Rove, You Craven, Sniveling, Republican Establishment Stooge (VANITY)
Posted on 09/15/2010 9:02:32 AM PDT by OKSooner
Karl Rove on FOX now with Jon Scott speaking more harshly about Christine O'Donnell than he's ever spoken about 0bama, even after he had a night to sleep on it.
Rush is going to tear Karl a new one in about 8 minutes.
It is my belief that Rove and The Bushies
See this grassroots revolution as an attack
on The “Rainbow Coalition” Of The GOP Party Machine that he, along with the Bushies built.
It’s crumbling right before their eyes.
Next up, President Pollyanna (Bush, and yes I called him that when he was in office) himself will start bashing the tea party...Even Clinton is trying so pull him into this with his comments yesterday.
OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, AND FOR THE PEOPLE !!
Simple. Rove is an establishment type. Party labels mean nothing to those people. They’re working together to stay in power forever.
I think that Republican establishment leaders thought that the Tea Party movement would simply give them the majority in both Houses, 'cause they certainly wouldn't vote for the Dem. They are now seeing that they won't vote for the establishment RHINO either.
This is giving them heartburn, and Rove displayed it last night and (from this report), this morning.
They really didn't understand the movement. Neil Cavuto got it, they hate everybody. Now, I don't know if it is hate; but, it certainly is disgust and the voters have decided to make their disgust known in a very American way --- the ballot box.
What I’m going to post will be consistent.
When some arrogant RNC leader tells the Republican voters in a state to go to HELL - because they didn’t vote the way the RNC told them to vote; I’m gonna call them on it.
The RNC works for the Republican voters - we do NOT work for them.
When the RNC states that they will not support the person the Republicans voted for; they are nothing more than an arm of the DNC - and are sabotaging the party, the country and betraying for everything they are supposed to stand for.
I thought it was very simple. All the dems have to do in the general elections if run clips of Rove slamming O’Donnell.
Yeah? Well let me give you a heads up: I was shocked John McCain became our nominee. Once he was and the alternative was a couple of bizarro-world anti-Semite lefties, I backed McCain because HE WAS THE NOMINEE OF THE PARTY. Now, THE NOMINEE OF OUR PARTY is running against a freakish lefty, and Rove is working for the enemy.
He can get bent. If I could keep my mouth shut about shamnesty and the gang of 14 for months on end Rove can keep his mouth shut for six weeks.
Yeah, he was so angry his lips were quivering. I just laughed. He made a real fool of himself and everyone will finally see him for what he is....an elitist who has outlived his usefulness.
“Rush is going to tear Karl a new one in about 8 minutes.”
Got busy working and forgot it’s almost time!!! Thanks for the reminder :)
I thought by this morning Rove would be contrite and realize he stepped in it. I guess I had given him too much credit in the smarts department.
Rush bringing up at the top of his hour
Stick a fork in Rove’s toast.
Awareness my tuchis. See my post 50.
Rove most likely had some future plans that needed the RINOs to win last night, and he is feeling some personal loss of potential money, power, and prestige.
I suspect there's a strong connection to Romney in those lost potentials.
Rush: Rove never went after a Dem like he did O’D; why didn’t he get this mad at Dems when Bush was in?
Methinks Christine O'Donnell, whether she wins the general election or not, is going to reveal some mighty sinister stuff emanating from our own little Washington DC:
Accommodation of the illegal invasion?
TSA patting down one's privates all over the nation?
The Kelo Decision usurping the privilege of private property?
Giving 750 billion taxpayer dollars to Goldman-Sachs?
Putting a person's own health choices in the hands of the government?
A few billion to a foreign nation (Brazil) for offshore carbon-loaded fossil fuel drilling?
Let him jump..he’ll split the Dem vote more than the R vote.
I doubt very much Bush will say anything about the Tea Party.
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