Karl Rove on Christine O’Donnell’s Win (Updated #2)

Karl Rove on Christine O’Donnell’s Win (Updated #2)

For those that have not yet seen Karl inelegantly roasting Christine after her massive upset of 40 year politician, RINO Mike Castle, here it is.

This is the inexplicable one because Christine O’Donnell has come on here at the very end of the campaign and there’s a huge turnout tonight in Delaware. The total was estimated to be 30,000 people going into the primary and it’s come out 56,000, and she has dealt a defeat to one of the state’s longest and best known and thought to be ‘most beloved’ political figures. A former governor and nine term congressman in Mike Castle.

Karl goes on to say that he believes this upset is more about Mike Castle’s voting record than the appeal of Christine O’Donnell.

Let’s be honest, all of the tea party upstart wins are about the voting records and incumbent entrenchment of their opponents.  Why do you think ‘regular’ people would stop their lives, start a long-shot campaign knowing full well that the liberal left media was going to dissect them AND THE GOP WASN’T GOING TO BACK THEM UP?  Why do you think that Massachusetts sent RINO Scott Brown to D.C.?  Karl, it’s all in the messaging.

We’re screwed.  We know it.  We’ve been held hostage by an ever increasing majority (on both sides of the aisle) of progressives who have slowly but surely been steering the ship of state into an iceberg so we can join hands with the rest of the world in mediocrity.

Is it any surprise then, that the moos might actually vote for anyone that promises fiscal responsibility and an adherence to the Constitution?  Remember Scott Brown?

Now, a couple thoughts on Karl’s remarks and attitude.  IMO, Mr. Rove is a mercenary political operative that has been running point for the Bush family for many years and is not a man to be trusted.  The man is a frakkin’ genius and not known for emotional outbursts; we all know that.  We know he is responsible for eight years of Bush 43, (special circle in hell for that), and we know that he IS NOT out of touch like the rest of the beltway.  On the surface, he, like Dana Perrino, does not believe that Christine has a snowball’s chance in hell of beating Chris Coons in November because neither of them has ever seen what is about to happen in November. They believe it’s all going to go down like it has for decades, and they, like the RNC, will only back ‘winners’.  The RNC didn’t back Scott Brown either.

Is it possible that the master chess player is sending a message to the RNC leadership, or bitchslapping Christine rallies Delawareans and the rest of the nation to her cause, or makes Chris Coons a bit more comfortable, or is it that he has been ‘inside’ too long and doesn’t realize that there are millions of Americans that are way past being scared and they are going to do something about being held hostage and tortured for decades by these two parties?

I guess we will have to wait and see what Karl says and does next, but right now I am still trying to figure out why NY sent Rangel thru again.  Are all politicians in NY criminals?  Is that it?  Do I hear mooing?


UPDATED: 9.15.2010 am vid of Karl Rove hammering Christine again:

Now it’s Day Two of the Christine ‘Hammer-fest’ and I am no longer on the fence about what I believe is motivating Karl to be repeating democratic talking points against the GOP candidate. Rove is ever loyal to the Bush family that has been pushing for the NWO and running the world for decades. Obama needs to maintain control of the Senate in 2010 considering the ‘naughty’ list that Issa has been compiling for when the GOP takes over the House. Never in a million years did it ever occur to the the Bush family that their boy would stage a coup against them, and they haven’t gotten their agenda as far forward as necessary (IMHO).  Like I said, Karl Rove is a mercenary political operative not to be trusted.

UPDATE #2: A picture is worth 1000 words.  Not even 24 hours after Christine won her primary, she had to move her donation goal up a quarter of a million dollars.  I’ll just keep repeating the mantra; every single race is a national race now and you have got to pony up.

The Real Problem Tea Party Patriots Have – Karl Rove Republicans

It’s not the media, it’s not the liar-in-chief; it’s the Republican Party, and the machine that Karl Rove is building in the background (based on John Podesta’s Center For American Progress) rallying money and support for republicans they want elected.  After eight years of Bush filleting the Constitution, the country, and your wallet, do we really want Karl Rove Republicans in power again?  Can anyone honestly say that the Patriot Act made anybody safer while taking away your privacy and personal liberty?  Americans have the pleasure of stripping naked to get through the airport, but bombers seem to be able to just stroll onto planes.  How about that Dept. of Homeland Insecurity being currently run by a lawyer with no national defense or intelligence experience who thinks you are a terrorist, and isn’t paying any attention to the real dangers?  (Did I or did I not mention yesterday that law enforcement believes we are all un-caught criminals?)

One has to give Karl Rove credit for having the wherewithal to build a machine to try to stop the Progressive Left from achieving power indefinitely and by the numbers, but what good does it do the average citizen when it’s the Progressive Right building the machinery.  I’d prefer not to watch two evil titans battle it out over the American carcass they created.

How does the tea party movement find candidates that are aligned with traditional American values when the Republican Party starts running candidates that sound like us, but who are just progressive elites straining to get to the trough?

Karl Rove, Republican Party secretly plot vast network to reclaim power

The Republican Party’s best-connected political operatives have quietly built a massive fundraising, organizing and advertising machine based on the model assembled by Democrats early in the decade, and with the same ambitious goal — to recapture Congress and the White House.

The new groups could give Republicans and their allies a powerful campaign apparatus separate from the Republican National Committee. Karl Rove, political architect of the Bush presidency, and Ed Gillespie, former Republican Party chairman, are the most prominent forces behind what is, in effect, a network of five overlapping groups, three of which were started in the past few months.

The operating assumption of Rove, Gillespie and the other organizers is that despite the historical dominance of Republican fundraising and organizing, the GOP has been outmaneuvered by Democrats and their allies in recent years, and it is time to strike back.

“Where they have a chess piece on the board, we need a chess piece on the board,” said Gillespie, who is involved in all five groups in roles ranging from chairman to informal adviser. “Where they have a queen, we shouldn’t have three pawns.”

The network, which doesn’t have a name, attempts to replicate the Democracy Alliance, an umbrella group — founded in 2005 and funded by George Soros and other billionaires — and to borrow tactics from liberal groups established to help Democrats regain power after eight years of the Bush administration.

Two organizers of the Republican groups even made pilgrimages earlier this year to pick the brain of John Podesta, the former Clinton White House chief of staff who, in 2003, founded the Center for American Progress and was a major proponent of Democrats developing the kind of infrastructure pioneered by Republicans. (emphasis mine)

Rove, currently on a book tour, has provided “a laying-on of hands” for the groups — as one organizer put it — by encouraging major Republican donors to support them as part of the GOP’s path to revival. “Karl has always said: People call us a vast right-wing conspiracy, but we’re really a half-assed right-wing conspiracy,” he said. “Now, he wants to get more serious.”

While separate, the five entities are so closely related that three share an 11th-floor office near the White House. The groups are:

Head over to Politico to read about the groups. Here are the names to put on your radar:  American Crossroads, American Action Network, American Action Forum, Resurgent Republic.

Karl Rove On The The Spending Freeze; Another Kabuki Show

It is really hard to believe that White House advisors did not plan to implement a spending freeze the day before the SOTU when they have increased discretionary domestic spending by $140 BILLION DOLLARS since Bambi was installed.  Now they want to save $15 Billion next year?  They will be spending an additional $1.5 TRILLION of our money over the next ten years.  What a joke.  Are you falling for it?

Karl Rove explains the shell game (starting at 7:20 ) that Barack Obama and his staff are playing with the ‘spending freeze’ that is being implemented, with complimentary white boards explaining the MATH!

And Chuck agrees – Obama just locked in a higher budget rate.

David Axelrod Goes After Karl Rove; The Architect Responds On Greta

David Axelrod Goes After Karl Rove; The Architect Responds On Greta

It is obvious that Obama has thin skin when it comes to his critics, but I never thought David Axelrod was stupid or egotistical enough to get into a “size” match with another politico, especially Karl Rove.  I definitely was wrong.  Readers, think about what the Alinsky trained, Obama crew does every time someone scares them or points out their stupidity; FoxNews, Glenn Beck, Joe the Plumber, Sarah Palin, Independent Inspector Generals, etc. Given their track record, the White House and David Axelrod must be absolutely terrified of Karl Rove.  This situation seems to have gone one step further with dueling presidential advisors. Why else would David, (the Chicago Hack), be stupid enough to take on The Master, Karl Rove (the guy that convinced the country to give Bush a second term)?  David and Karl may both be intellectuals, but David will never reach Karl’s level of intelligence, and a smackdown of founding fathers’ proportions is more than likely on the way.  What does it gain the White House for David to try to prove he’s smarter than Karl, and does he really think this is going to end well for either him or the White House when the facts are against them.

After you watch Karl wind himself up during an interview with Greta, David’s stupidity in black and white follows. You and I could shoot holes through the lies in this opinion piece.

What Karl Rove got wrong on the U.S. deficit

By David Axelrod

For its Topic A feature last Sunday, The Post invited a panel of political operatives to offer their advice to the Democratic Party on strategy for 2010 [Sunday Opinion, Jan. 10]. Improbably, one of the operatives asked was Karl Rove, President George W. Bush’s longtime chief strategist.

Rove has some impressive campaign victories to his credit. But given the shape in which the last administration left this country, I’m not sure I would solicit his advice. And given the backhanded advice he offered, I’m not sure he was all that eager to help.

Of all the claims Rove made, one in particular caught my eye for its sheer audacity and shamelessness — that congressional Democrats “will run up more debt by October than Bush did in eight years.”

So, let’s review a little history:

The day the Bush administration took over from President Bill Clinton in 2001, America enjoyed a $236 billion budget surplus — with a projected 10-year surplus of $5.6 trillion. When the Bush administration left office, it handed President Obama a $1.3 trillion deficit — and projected shortfalls of $8 trillion for the next decade. During eight years in office, the Bush administration passed two major tax cuts skewed to the wealthiest Americans, enacted a costly Medicare prescription-drug benefit and waged two wars, without paying for any of it.

To put the breathtaking scope of this irresponsibility in perspective, the Bush administration’s swing from surpluses to deficits added more debt in its eight years than all the previous administrations in the history of our republic combined. And its spending spree is the unwelcome gift that keeps on giving: Going forward, these unpaid-for policies will continue to add trillions to our deficit.

This fiscal irresponsibility — and a laissez-faire attitude toward the excesses of the financial industry — helped create the conditions for the deepest economic catastrophe since the Great Depression. Economists across the political spectrum agreed that to deal with this crisis and avoid a second Great Depression, the government had to make significant investments to keep our economy going and shore up our financial system.

That is why President Obama and Congress crafted the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Despite Rove’s assertion, it is widely accepted that the difficult but necessary steps Obama took have helped save our economy from an even deeper disaster. And while Rove conveniently ignores that it was President Bush — not Obama — who signed into law the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program bailout for banks, the Obama administration’s rigorous stewardship added transparency and accountability that have cut the expected cost of that program by two-thirds.

If you want to read the rest, hit the above link, and for those that are interested, this op-ed piece in the Wall Street Journal sure sounds like Karl is calling Obama a liar.

Karl Rove, Wall Street Journal, 1.13.2010:
The President’s Bait-and-Switch Operation
Which campaign promises has he kept?

Karl Rove “On Fire” With Greta, 1.5.2010

Karl Rove “On Fire” With Greta, 1.5.2010

Greta did an interview with Karl Rove which really had the feel of a discussion around any one of our kitchen tables.  He was absolutely on fire in this interview covering topics ranging from Obama “lecturing us about the need for transparency and bi-partisanship” in regards to the healthcare bill, and then closed door meetings, Robert Gibbs being insulting and dismissive with the White House Press Corp over healthcare, Dorgan’s retirement, and the pitfalls of letting the dems railroad this bill through.  Whatever you may want to say about Karl, (and I will forever be lethally annoyed with him for Bush’s 8 years), he speaks the truth tonight without any spin.

Karl Rove:

Robert Gibbs is basically telling the American people ‘You want an answer to that, drop dead. We’re not going to give you an answer.’

(6:55) The way this process has been handled, has undermined the peoples confidence in this bill, has undermined peoples confidence in the congress, it has undermined peoples confidence in this president.  If the president were smart, he would insist on a more transparent, not less; he would insist on a more bi-partisan, not a less bi-partisan; he would insist on the American people have more time to absorb this, rather than less.

And it gets better from this point on.

Karl Rove Hands Juan Williams His A**

I do not know about you, but watching Juan Williams kiss the backside of His Holiness for almost 2 years, and walk hand in hand with various organizations that have the blessing of this administration has caused me to turn off the TV on more than one occasion.  I think Karl is sick of Juan too, and proceeds to hand Juan his a** in this interview about Fannie, Freddie, and the Dems’ role in the mortgage meltdown.

(H/T Gateway Pundit)

Obama Devalues Our White House

Obama Devalues Our White House

ocare1We all know that the alphabet networks are completely in bed with The One, and although I am still angry that Karl Rove was the mastermind behind 8 years of insanity with George Bush, I have to give credit where credit is due.  Karl Rove stating “he is turning it into a campaign backdrop…” when speaking about Bambi using OUR WHITE HOUSE for his Obamacare town hall is a unique perspective that I have not heard yet, and I fully agree with.  I, once again, will be boycotting ABC’s coverage and will be reading transcripts later.

I am so tired of this teenager parading around and saying “We Won”.

Can We Impeach Obama Yet?

And just for the record, I am livid that we have not had a decent candidate to vote for in decades!

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