Note: A thread with similar title was posted, which was a commentary on Rove's article, but the article written by Rove was not posted, so here it is, so people can read it directly.
Here is the link to the commentary on the commentary:
You forget about the RINO’s like McCain and Graham, who will gum things up and work with the Dems, need to win at least 10 seats to be effective.
And Tokyo Rove will be there to ensure we lose in any race HE doesn’t get HIS way.
Karl, you are a reg’lar rocket scientist.
I was focusing on the Senate last go around.
The Presidency too! But that was for naught because yall can’t seem to herd cats.
Scott Brown in NH? Hmm. First I heard of that possibility.
With Rove’s input into GOP policy,
as evidenced by his most recent successes (?) ,
it will be like riding on the “Titanic”
Thank you Captain Obvious, Karl. Stop running your mouth dooming candidates you don’t have a hard-on for, and we may have a shot.
In 2012, establishment Republicans like Karl Rove and American Crossroads preferred Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst over Ted Cruz in the Texas Republican Senate primary, with their donors backing Dewhurst against Cruz.
How conservative is Mike Rogers for the Michigan seat?
Hey Rove ~ that last Presidential election ,
or the one before that ..
how did that work out for ya ??
The GOPe and Rove , what a combination !
Republicans must go toe-to-toe with Democrats...
And when have they ever done that??? We must have all missed this sudden outburst of political courage. /sarc
To win, Republicans must also offer a compelling and substantive agenda for America's economy, jobs, health care and fiscal situation that attract discerning independents (and the occasional disgruntled Democrats) on whom victory will depend.
Its about which candidate can excite the electorate to get them out to vote !
It’s not about “Whose turn is it to run for office”
Get out of “The Beltway” mentality , because that isn’t where the voters are located
Equally important is getting ROVE away from the money pot at RNC Hdqrs.
2012 was supposed to be a cake walk for some of the Seats. Instead the Pubblies lost 2.
I hope the GOP has a better plan than they did in 2012.
If the GOP gets Karl Rove candidates... it will lose Senate seats in 2014