Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by Jason Tod » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 01:03:41


The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
stutters and stammers

***************

http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/09/conservatives-trash-karl-r...

With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
suspend him as an on-air analyst.

In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

VIDEO:
"There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

 "...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
able to win."

"I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

"Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
incumbent friends go down."

Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
"suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
Delaware last year.

"Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
Hannity interview.

"With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
business," Murphy said.

*******

Jason. Watch the

 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by trijcom » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 01:17:08


Quote:
> The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> stutters and stammers

> ***************

> http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/09/conservatives-trash-karl-r...

> With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
> conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
> GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
> own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
> nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
> a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
> partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
> suspend him as an on-air analyst.

> In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
> conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
> are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
> has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
> office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
> conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
> decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

> VIDEO:
> "There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
> ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
> night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

> ?"...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
> Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
> able to win."

> "I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
> Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
> have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
> night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
> an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

> Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
> headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
> own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
> over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
> train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
> around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
> O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

> "Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
> political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
> want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
> Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

> Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
> instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
> he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
> to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
> incumbent friends go down."

> Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
> went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
> "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
> balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
> Delaware last year.

> "Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
> resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
> Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
> simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
> ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

> According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
> O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
> executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
> supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
> hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
> Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
> Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
> Hannity interview.

> "With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
> business," Murphy said.

> *******

> Jason. Watch the

Hah! Like the Demwits don't have their little tiffs aka Ned Lamont/
Liebermann. But whatever the case may be, come November your compadres
are going to be swept out of office like dust balls in the corners of
the living room.

 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by Jason Tod » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 01:20:18


Quote:

> > The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> > BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> > stutters and stammers

> > ***************

> >http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/09/conservatives-trash-karl-r...

> > With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
> > conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
> > GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
> > own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
> > nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
> > a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
> > partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
> > suspend him as an on-air analyst.

> > In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
> > conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
> > are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
> > has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
> > office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
> > conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
> > decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

> > VIDEO:
> > "There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
> > ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
> > night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

> > ?"...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
> > Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
> > able to win."

> > "I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
> > Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
> > have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
> > night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
> > an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

> > Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
> > headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
> > own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
> > over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
> > train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
> > around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
> > O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

> > "Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
> > political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
> > want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
> > Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

> > Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
> > instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
> > he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
> > to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
> > incumbent friends go down."

> > Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
> > went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
> > "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
> > balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
> > Delaware last year.

> > "Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
> > resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
> > Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
> > simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
> > ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

> > According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
> > O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
> > executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
> > supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
> > hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
> > Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
> > Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
> > Hannity interview.

> > "With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
> > business," Murphy said.

> > *******

> > Jason. Watch the

> Hah! Like the Demwits don't have their little tiffs aka Ned Lamont/
> Liebermann. But whatever the case may be, come November your compadres
> are going to be swept out of office like dust balls in the corners of
> the living room.- Hide quoted text -

It's amazing how much energy you spend saying the same shit over and
over and over again.

Jason

 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by trijcom » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 01:25:28


Quote:


> > > The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> > > BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> > > stutters and stammers

> > > ***************

> > >http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/09/conservatives-trash-karl-r...

> > > With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
> > > conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
> > > GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
> > > own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
> > > nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
> > > a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
> > > partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
> > > suspend him as an on-air analyst.

> > > In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
> > > conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
> > > are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
> > > has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
> > > office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
> > > conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
> > > decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

> > > VIDEO:
> > > "There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
> > > ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
> > > night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

> > > ?"...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
> > > Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
> > > able to win."

> > > "I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
> > > Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
> > > have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
> > > night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
> > > an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

> > > Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
> > > headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
> > > own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
> > > over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
> > > train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
> > > around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
> > > O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

> > > "Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
> > > political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
> > > want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
> > > Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

> > > Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
> > > instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
> > > he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
> > > to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
> > > incumbent friends go down."

> > > Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
> > > went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
> > > "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
> > > balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
> > > Delaware last year.

> > > "Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
> > > resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
> > > Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
> > > simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
> > > ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

> > > According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
> > > O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
> > > executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
> > > supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
> > > hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
> > > Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
> > > Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
> > > Hannity interview.

> > > "With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
> > > business," Murphy said.

> > > *******

> > > Jason. Watch the

> > Hah! Like the Demwits don't have their little tiffs aka Ned Lamont/
> > Liebermann. But whatever the case may be, come November your compadres
> > are going to be swept out of office like dust balls in the corners of
> > the living room.- Hide quoted text -

> It's amazing how much energy you spend saying the same shit over and
> over and over again.

> Jason

What, about the Demwits getting whipped? Well, that's because (giggle,
giggle) it's so much fun to say! Election Day this November to Repubs
is what Christmas in December is for kids. Can't wait! Can't wait!
(trijcomm rubs is hands together and grins in anticipation)
 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by rwa2play, looking for Dogber » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 01:35:19


Quote:



> > > > The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> > > > BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> > > > stutters and stammers

> > > > ***************

> > > >http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/09/conservatives-trash-karl-r...

> > > > With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
> > > > conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
> > > > GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
> > > > own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
> > > > nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
> > > > a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
> > > > partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
> > > > suspend him as an on-air analyst.

> > > > In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
> > > > conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
> > > > are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
> > > > has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
> > > > office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
> > > > conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
> > > > decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

> > > > VIDEO:
> > > > "There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
> > > > ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
> > > > night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

> > > > ?"...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
> > > > Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
> > > > able to win."

> > > > "I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
> > > > Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
> > > > have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
> > > > night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
> > > > an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

> > > > Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
> > > > headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
> > > > own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
> > > > over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
> > > > train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
> > > > around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
> > > > O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

> > > > "Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
> > > > political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
> > > > want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
> > > > Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

> > > > Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
> > > > instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
> > > > he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
> > > > to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
> > > > incumbent friends go down."

> > > > Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
> > > > went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
> > > > "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
> > > > balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
> > > > Delaware last year.

> > > > "Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
> > > > resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
> > > > Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
> > > > simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
> > > > ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

> > > > According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
> > > > O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
> > > > executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
> > > > supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
> > > > hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
> > > > Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
> > > > Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
> > > > Hannity interview.

> > > > "With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
> > > > business," Murphy said.

> > > > *******

> > > > Jason. Watch the

> > > Hah! Like the Demwits don't have their little tiffs aka Ned Lamont/
> > > Liebermann. But whatever the case may be, come November your compadres
> > > are going to be swept out of office like dust balls in the corners of
> > > the living room.- Hide quoted text -

> > It's amazing how much energy you spend saying the same shit over and
> > over and over again.

> > Jason

> What, about the Demwits getting whipped? Well, that's because (giggle,
> giggle) it's so much fun to say! Election Day this November to Repubs
> is what Christmas in December is for kids. Can't wait! Can't wait!
> (trijcomm rubs is hands together and grins in anticipation)

Get ready for your lump of coal.

--
rwa2play
It'll be about the size of Texas.

 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by rwa2play, looking for Dogber » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 01:43:13


Quote:
> The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> stutters and stammers

> ***************

> http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/09/conservatives-trash-karl-r...

I keep saying this: The 2012 RNC is going to be fun. as. hell.  It'll
be worse than 1968 because Americans will see the schism within the
Republican establishment and surmise "I'll take four more years of
Obama, thanks."

I find it even funnier that Janis is trying to sell the TPers as this
great wave that's coming.  As usual, he fails to understand that now
TP candidates must go through the mainstream voters; and that they'll
find TP candidates so hard to swallow they'll vote Democrat by
default.  It won't help their cause that many TP candidates won't
engage in debates because they know for a fact they'll fold like Jan
Brewer did in Arizona.

 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by trijcom » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 01:43:18

On Sep 15, 11:35?am, "rwa2play, looking for Dogbert"

Quote:





> > > > > The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> > > > > BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> > > > > stutters and stammers

> > > > > ***************

> > > > >http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/09/conservatives-trash-karl-r...

> > > > > With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
> > > > > conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
> > > > > GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
> > > > > own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
> > > > > nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
> > > > > a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
> > > > > partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
> > > > > suspend him as an on-air analyst.

> > > > > In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
> > > > > conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
> > > > > are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
> > > > > has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
> > > > > office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
> > > > > conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
> > > > > decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

> > > > > VIDEO:
> > > > > "There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
> > > > > ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
> > > > > night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

> > > > > ?"...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
> > > > > Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
> > > > > able to win."

> > > > > "I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
> > > > > Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
> > > > > have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
> > > > > night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
> > > > > an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

> > > > > Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
> > > > > headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
> > > > > own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
> > > > > over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
> > > > > train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
> > > > > around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
> > > > > O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

> > > > > "Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
> > > > > political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
> > > > > want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
> > > > > Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

> > > > > Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
> > > > > instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
> > > > > he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
> > > > > to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
> > > > > incumbent friends go down."

> > > > > Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
> > > > > went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
> > > > > "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
> > > > > balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
> > > > > Delaware last year.

> > > > > "Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
> > > > > resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
> > > > > Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
> > > > > simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
> > > > > ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

> > > > > According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
> > > > > O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
> > > > > executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
> > > > > supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
> > > > > hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
> > > > > Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
> > > > > Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
> > > > > Hannity interview.

> > > > > "With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
> > > > > business," Murphy said.

> > > > > *******

> > > > > Jason. Watch the

> > > > Hah! Like the Demwits don't have their little tiffs aka Ned Lamont/
> > > > Liebermann. But whatever the case may be, come November your compadres
> > > > are going to be swept out of office like dust balls in the corners of
> > > > the living room.- Hide quoted text -

> > > It's amazing how much energy you spend saying the same shit over and
> > > over and over again.

> > > Jason

> > What, about the Demwits getting whipped? Well, that's because (giggle,
> > giggle) it's so much fun to say! Election Day this November to Repubs
> > is what Christmas in December is for kids. Can't wait! Can't wait!
> > (trijcomm rubs is hands together and grins in anticipation)

> Get ready for your lump of coal.

> --
> rwa2play
> It'll be about the size of Texas.

Think so? Do you really, really think so? Your Demwit friends think
differently. In fact, some of them want to "temporarily" (meaning
until after the election) keep the Bush tax cuts for everybody in
hopes of salvaging some semblance of order.
 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by rwa2play, looking for Dogber » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 01:55:42


Quote:
> On Sep 15, 11:35?am, "rwa2play, looking for Dogbert"






> > > > > > The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> > > > > > BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> > > > > > stutters and stammers

> > > > > > ***************

> > > > > >http://SportToday.org/

> > > > > > With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
> > > > > > conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
> > > > > > GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
> > > > > > own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
> > > > > > nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
> > > > > > a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
> > > > > > partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
> > > > > > suspend him as an on-air analyst.

> > > > > > In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
> > > > > > conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
> > > > > > are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
> > > > > > has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
> > > > > > office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
> > > > > > conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
> > > > > > decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

> > > > > > VIDEO:
> > > > > > "There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
> > > > > > ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
> > > > > > night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

> > > > > > ?"...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
> > > > > > Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
> > > > > > able to win."

> > > > > > "I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
> > > > > > Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
> > > > > > have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
> > > > > > night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
> > > > > > an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

> > > > > > Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
> > > > > > headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
> > > > > > own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
> > > > > > over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
> > > > > > train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
> > > > > > around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
> > > > > > O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

> > > > > > "Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
> > > > > > political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
> > > > > > want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
> > > > > > Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

> > > > > > Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
> > > > > > instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
> > > > > > he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
> > > > > > to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
> > > > > > incumbent friends go down."

> > > > > > Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
> > > > > > went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
> > > > > > "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
> > > > > > balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
> > > > > > Delaware last year.

> > > > > > "Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
> > > > > > resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
> > > > > > Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
> > > > > > simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
> > > > > > ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

> > > > > > According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
> > > > > > O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
> > > > > > executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
> > > > > > supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
> > > > > > hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
> > > > > > Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
> > > > > > Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
> > > > > > Hannity interview.

> > > > > > "With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
> > > > > > business," Murphy said.

> > > > > > *******

> > > > > > Jason. Watch the

> > > > > Hah! Like the Demwits don't have their little tiffs aka Ned Lamont/
> > > > > Liebermann. But whatever the case may be, come November your compadres
> > > > > are going to be swept out of office like dust balls in the corners of
> > > > > the living room.- Hide quoted text -

> > > > It's amazing how much energy you spend saying the same shit over and
> > > > over and over again.

> > > > Jason

> > > What, about the Demwits getting whipped? Well, that's because (giggle,
> > > giggle) it's so much fun to say! Election Day this November to Repubs
> > > is what Christmas in December is for kids. Can't wait! Can't wait!
> > > (trijcomm rubs is hands together and grins in anticipation)

> > Get ready for your lump of coal.

> > --
> > rwa2play
> > It'll be about the size of Texas.

> Think so? Do you really, really think so?

NY-23 says "Yes, really."  'member?  You're TP brethren thought it was
a walk in the park for your candidate to win that district last year
and what happened?  Your brethren lost a district that had been
Republican IIRC since the Civil War....in a HEAVILY Democratic state.

Face it, many in the GOP are getting sick and tired of TPers becoming
attention ***s.  And if Karl ***ing Rove is even shaking his head
at what's happening, your brethren are in deep...shit.

 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by CrossfaceWall » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 02:11:27

Quote:
> I find it even funnier that Janis is trying to sell the TPers as this
> great wave that's coming. ?As usual, he fails to understand that now
> TP candidates must go through the mainstream voters; and that they'll
> find TP candidates so hard to swallow they'll vote Democrat by
> default. ?It won't help their cause that many TP candidates won't
> engage in debates because they know for a fact they'll fold like Jan
> Brewer did in Arizona.

Janis sees "mainstream voters" as sinful heathens who should conform
or die.
 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by trijcom » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 02:15:14

On Sep 15, 11:55?am, "rwa2play, looking for Dogbert"

Quote:


> > On Sep 15, 11:35?am, "rwa2play, looking for Dogbert"






> > > > > > > The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> > > > > > > BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> > > > > > > stutters and stammers

> > > > > > > ***************

> > > > > > >http://SportToday.org/

> > > > > > > With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
> > > > > > > conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
> > > > > > > GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
> > > > > > > own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
> > > > > > > nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
> > > > > > > a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
> > > > > > > partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
> > > > > > > suspend him as an on-air analyst.

> > > > > > > In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
> > > > > > > conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
> > > > > > > are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
> > > > > > > has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
> > > > > > > office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
> > > > > > > conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
> > > > > > > decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

> > > > > > > VIDEO:
> > > > > > > "There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
> > > > > > > ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
> > > > > > > night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

> > > > > > > ?"...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
> > > > > > > Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
> > > > > > > able to win."

> > > > > > > "I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
> > > > > > > Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
> > > > > > > have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
> > > > > > > night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
> > > > > > > an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

> > > > > > > Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
> > > > > > > headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
> > > > > > > own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
> > > > > > > over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
> > > > > > > train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
> > > > > > > around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
> > > > > > > O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

> > > > > > > "Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
> > > > > > > political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
> > > > > > > want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
> > > > > > > Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

> > > > > > > Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
> > > > > > > instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
> > > > > > > he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
> > > > > > > to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
> > > > > > > incumbent friends go down."

> > > > > > > Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
> > > > > > > went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
> > > > > > > "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
> > > > > > > balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
> > > > > > > Delaware last year.

> > > > > > > "Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
> > > > > > > resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
> > > > > > > Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
> > > > > > > simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
> > > > > > > ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

> > > > > > > According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
> > > > > > > O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
> > > > > > > executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
> > > > > > > supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
> > > > > > > hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
> > > > > > > Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
> > > > > > > Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
> > > > > > > Hannity interview.

> > > > > > > "With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
> > > > > > > business," Murphy said.

> > > > > > > *******

> > > > > > > Jason. Watch the

> > > > > > Hah! Like the Demwits don't have their little tiffs aka Ned Lamont/
> > > > > > Liebermann. But whatever the case may be, come November your compadres
> > > > > > are going to be swept out of office like dust balls in the corners of
> > > > > > the living room.- Hide quoted text -

> > > > > It's amazing how much energy you spend saying the same shit over and
> > > > > over and over again.

> > > > > Jason

> > > > What, about the Demwits getting whipped? Well, that's because (giggle,
> > > > giggle) it's so much fun to say! Election Day this November to Repubs
> > > > is what Christmas in December is for kids. Can't wait! Can't wait!
> > > > (trijcomm rubs is hands together and grins in anticipation)

> > > Get ready for your lump of coal.

> > > --
> > > rwa2play
> > > It'll be about the size of Texas.

> > Think so? Do you really, really think so?

> NY-23 says "Yes, really." ?'member? ?You're TP brethren thought it was
> a walk in the park for your candidate to win that district last year
> and what happened? ?Your brethren lost a district that had been
> Republican IIRC since the Civil War....in a HEAVILY Democratic state.

> Face it, many in the GOP are getting sick and tired of TPers becoming
> attention ***s. ?And if Karl ***ing Rove is even shaking his head
> at what's happening, your brethren are in deep...shit.

Yeah, right. Just like the "professional left" and their love-in with
Lamont. As for NY-23, um, isn't that district up again? We'll see what
happens this time around! And just remember, there were basically two
Repubs on the ballot then -- the RINO and the real Repub. Now there
will be only one. As for the Tea Party, I'm neither for them nor
against them. If their candidates are pro-life, I'm all ears. But if
they are simply Libertarians running as Repubs, forget them and their
legalization of *** and prostitution. BTW, are you eating less fries
and more apples and carrots like Mrs. Obama says you should?
 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by trijcom » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 02:17:39

On Sep 15, 11:43?am, "rwa2play, looking for Dogbert"

Quote:


> > The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> > BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> > stutters and stammers

> > ***************

> >http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/09/conservatives-trash-karl-r...

> I keep saying this: The 2012 RNC is going to be fun. as. hell. ?It'll
> be worse than 1968 because Americans will see the schism within the
> Republican establishment and surmise "I'll take four more years of
> Obama, thanks."

> I find it even funnier that Janis is trying to sell the TPers as this
> great wave that's coming. ?As usual, he fails to understand that now
> TP candidates must go through the mainstream voters; and that they'll
> find TP candidates so hard to swallow they'll vote Democrat by
> default. ?It won't help their cause that many TP candidates won't
> engage in debates because they know for a fact they'll fold like Jan
> Brewer did in Arizona.

Umm, if I were you, I wouldn't worry about the Tea Party as much as
the independents. The Demwits have long since lost that segment of the
voters and when you lose them, you are in real, real trouble.
 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by trijcom » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 02:20:00


Quote:
> > I find it even funnier that Janis is trying to sell the TPers as this
> > great wave that's coming. ?As usual, he fails to understand that now
> > TP candidates must go through the mainstream voters; and that they'll
> > find TP candidates so hard to swallow they'll vote Democrat by
> > default. ?It won't help their cause that many TP candidates won't
> > engage in debates because they know for a fact they'll fold like Jan
> > Brewer did in Arizona.

> Janis sees "mainstream voters" as sinful heathens who should conform
> or die.

What's the difference between "mainstream voters" and voters? Seems to
me that they all have just one vote. And when an exit poll taker asks
a voter a question, do you think they ask them if they are a
"mainstream voter?' Would you consider an independent a "mainstream
voter?" You know, that segment that the Demwits have lost a long time
ago?
 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by CrossfaceWall » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 02:32:54


Quote:

> > > I find it even funnier that Janis is trying to sell the TPers as this
> > > great wave that's coming. ?As usual, he fails to understand that now
> > > TP candidates must go through the mainstream voters; and that they'll
> > > find TP candidates so hard to swallow they'll vote Democrat by
> > > default. ?It won't help their cause that many TP candidates won't
> > > engage in debates because they know for a fact they'll fold like Jan
> > > Brewer did in Arizona.

> > Janis sees "mainstream voters" as sinful heathens who should conform
> > or die.

> What's the difference between "mainstream voters" and voters? Seems to
> me that they all have just one vote. And when an exit poll taker asks
> a voter a question, do you think they ask them if they are a
> "mainstream voter?' Would you consider an independent a "mainstream
> voter?" You know, that segment that the Demwits have lost a long time
> ago?

Funny how two and four years ago, you sat here calling independant
voters idiots. I'm guessing you won't be happy when they reject some
of the far-right tea baggers that only a complete wingnut such as
yourself support. Harry Reid should be getting trounced right now, but
normal clear thinking people realize what a ***ing nut Sharon Angle
and her supporters such as yourself are and can't bring themselves to
vote for her. I have no doubt though that enough teabag freaks will be
smart enough to lie about their radical views to get into office and
take over the House come November.

Hate to break it to you, but the average American is pro-choice, and
likes to masterbate now and again. Sorry Christine O'Donnell and sorry
***ed, *** fiction writing, panty-sniffing closet unXtian
hypocrite ***Janis Trijcomm.

 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by rwa2play, looking for Dogber » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 02:42:27


Quote:
> On Sep 15, 11:55?am, "rwa2play, looking for Dogbert"



> > > On Sep 15, 11:35?am, "rwa2play, looking for Dogbert"






> > > > > > > > The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> > > > > > > > BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> > > > > > > > stutters and stammers

> > > > > > > > ***************

> > > > > > > >http://SportToday.org/

> > > > > > > > With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
> > > > > > > > conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
> > > > > > > > GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
> > > > > > > > own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
> > > > > > > > nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
> > > > > > > > a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
> > > > > > > > partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
> > > > > > > > suspend him as an on-air analyst.

> > > > > > > > In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
> > > > > > > > conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
> > > > > > > > are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
> > > > > > > > has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
> > > > > > > > office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
> > > > > > > > conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
> > > > > > > > decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

> > > > > > > > VIDEO:
> > > > > > > > "There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
> > > > > > > > ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
> > > > > > > > night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

> > > > > > > > ?"...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
> > > > > > > > Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
> > > > > > > > able to win."

> > > > > > > > "I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
> > > > > > > > Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
> > > > > > > > have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
> > > > > > > > night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
> > > > > > > > an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

> > > > > > > > Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
> > > > > > > > headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
> > > > > > > > own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
> > > > > > > > over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
> > > > > > > > train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
> > > > > > > > around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
> > > > > > > > O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

> > > > > > > > "Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
> > > > > > > > political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
> > > > > > > > want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
> > > > > > > > Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

> > > > > > > > Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
> > > > > > > > instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
> > > > > > > > he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
> > > > > > > > to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
> > > > > > > > incumbent friends go down."

> > > > > > > > Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
> > > > > > > > went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
> > > > > > > > "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
> > > > > > > > balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
> > > > > > > > Delaware last year.

> > > > > > > > "Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
> > > > > > > > resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
> > > > > > > > Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
> > > > > > > > simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
> > > > > > > > ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

> > > > > > > > According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
> > > > > > > > O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
> > > > > > > > executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
> > > > > > > > supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
> > > > > > > > hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
> > > > > > > > Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
> > > > > > > > Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
> > > > > > > > Hannity interview.

> > > > > > > > "With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
> > > > > > > > business," Murphy said.

> > > > > > > > *******

> > > > > > > > Jason. Watch the

> > > > > > > Hah! Like the Demwits don't have their little tiffs aka Ned Lamont/
> > > > > > > Liebermann. But whatever the case may be, come November your compadres
> > > > > > > are going to be swept out of office like dust balls in the corners of
> > > > > > > the living room.- Hide quoted text -

> > > > > > It's amazing how much energy you spend saying the same shit over and
> > > > > > over and over again.

> > > > > > Jason

> > > > > What, about the Demwits getting whipped? Well, that's because (giggle,
> > > > > giggle) it's so much fun to say! Election Day this November to Repubs
> > > > > is what Christmas in December is for kids. Can't wait! Can't wait!
> > > > > (trijcomm rubs is hands together and grins in anticipation)

> > > > Get ready for your lump of coal.

> > > > --
> > > > rwa2play
> > > > It'll be about the size of Texas.

> > > Think so? Do you really, really think so?

> > NY-23 says "Yes, really." ?'member? ?You're TP brethren thought it was
> > a walk in the park for your candidate to win that district last year
> > and what happened? ?Your brethren lost a district that had been
> > Republican IIRC since the Civil War....in a HEAVILY Democratic state.

> > Face it, many in the GOP are getting sick and tired of TPers becoming
> > attention ***s. ?And if Karl ***ing Rove is even shaking his head
> > at what's happening, your brethren are in deep...shit.

> Yeah, right. Just like the "professional left" and their love-in with
> Lamont.

Strawman noted.

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> As for NY-23, um, isn't that district up again? We'll see what
> happens this time around! And just remember, there were basically two
> Repubs on the ballot then -- the RINO and the real Repub. Now there
> will be only one.

Hate to break it to you: http://SportToday.org/

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> As for the Tea Party, I'm neither for them nor
> against them. If their candidates are pro-life, I'm all ears. But if
> they are simply Libertarians running as Repubs, forget them and their
> legalization of *** and prostitution.

IOW, you like the Tea Partiers regardless because you don't see them
as weak as Republicans are.

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> BTW, are you eating less fries
> and more apples and carrots like Mrs. Obama says you should?

I am thank you.  Hope your ready to ***on that crow you'll be
eating.
 
 
 

Dear Karl Rove: Sow The Wind, Reap The Whirlwind

Post by Jason Tod » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 04:04:40


Quote:



> > > > The GOP Civil War is getting funner by the day!

> > > > BTW, watch the video! It's funny to see Eyebrow Lad reduced to
> > > > stutters and stammers

> > > > ***************

> > > >http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/09/conservatives-trash-karl-r...

> > > > With the battle won by the ultra-right in Delaware, the national
> > > > conservative pundits who backed Christine O'Donnell in last night's
> > > > GOP Senate primary have turned on a man who is presumably one of their
> > > > own: Karl "The Architect" Rove. After Rove bemoaned O'Donnell's
> > > > nomination as the end of the GOP's chances to take back the Senate in
> > > > a heated interview with Sean Hannity last night, pundits and tea
> > > > partiers have slammed him as a traitor and even called for Fox News to
> > > > suspend him as an on-air analyst.

> > > > In one five-minute interview, it seems, Rove went from keeper of the
> > > > conservative cause to the next Jane Hamsher in the eyes of those who
> > > > are ostensibly his allies. It's a stunning turn against the man who
> > > > has recast himself as a right-wing media darling since Bush left
> > > > office, and suggests that the next war on the establishment from angry
> > > > conservatives could be aimed in part at the man who for close to a
> > > > decade was the progressive movement's enemy number one.

> > > > VIDEO:
> > > > "There are a lot of nutty things O'Donnell's been saying...." "Did you
> > > > ask her about how [she says] there are people following her home each
> > > > night, and how she's checking the bushes?"

> > > > ?"...I'm for the Republicans but we were looking at 8-9 seats in the
> > > > Senate, now we're looking at 7-8. This is not a race we're going to be
> > > > able to win."

> > > > "I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner
> > > > Christine O'Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity's FNC show. Might as well
> > > > have been Olbermann on MSNBC," Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last
> > > > night. "The establishment Beltway strategist couldn't even bother with
> > > > an obligatory word of congratulations for O'Donnell."

> > > > Over at HotAir, Malkin's take was reposted it under the simple
> > > > headline, "War." This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his
> > > > own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get
> > > > over Mike Castle's defeat last night and hop aboard the O'Donnell
> > > > train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally
> > > > around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect
> > > > O'Donnell's supporters to do if Castle had won.

> > > > "Rarely have I seen such childishness from the supposed leaders of a
> > > > political establishment, who set the very rules and customs they now
> > > > want to ignore because they just got embarrassed on a national stage,"
> > > > Morrissey writes. "Grow up, shut up, and get to work."

> > > > Malkin seems to agree. "Rove came across as an effete sore loser
> > > > instead of the supposedly brilliant and grounded GOP strategist that
> > > > he's supposed to be," she wrote. "Expect more Washington Republicans
> > > > to start sounding like Tea Party-bashing libs as their entrenched
> > > > incumbent friends go down."

> > > > Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site RiehlWorldView.com,
> > > > went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to
> > > > "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the
> > > > balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in
> > > > Delaware last year.

> > > > "Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is
> > > > resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst,"
> > > > Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not
> > > > simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever
> > > > ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

> > > > According to one of the key tea party leaders who helped push
> > > > O'Donnell over the finish line last night, Delaware 9/12 Patriots
> > > > executive director Russ Murphy, Rove held a meeting with O'Donnell
> > > > supporters last year where he implored tea partiers to bury the
> > > > hatchet with Castle and get behind a Republican that could win.
> > > > Speaking after O'Donnell at the Delaware victory party last night,
> > > > Murphy delivered what he said was "a message" to Rove after the
> > > > Hannity interview.

> > > > "With all due respect, no one is going to tell us how to take care of
> > > > business," Murphy said.

> > > > *******

> > > > Jason. Watch the

> > > Hah! Like the Demwits don't have their little tiffs aka Ned Lamont/
> > > Liebermann. But whatever the case may be, come November your compadres
> > > are going to be swept out of office like dust balls in the corners of
> > > the living room.- Hide quoted text -

> > It's amazing how much energy you spend saying the same shit over and
> > over and over again.

> > Jason

> What, about the Demwits getting whipped? Well, that's because (giggle,
> giggle) it's so much fun to say! Election Day this November to Repubs
> is what Christmas in December is for kids. Can't wait! Can't wait!
> (trijcomm rubs is hands together and grins in anticipation)- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

That's great and all, but why not do it on your own time if you're not
going to respond to the substance of my posts?

I pointed out how Karl Rove -- the mastermind of Bush's entire
political career -- is being attacked by the right wing machine that
HE is partly responsible for. He promoted the rodeo, sold tickets to
it, hired the riders, and now gets pissed because no one can stay on
for more than 8 seconds.

Another example of how the idea of  "GW Bush is the greatest president
of all time. Yee-Haw!" is going down the tubes no matter what side of
the aisle one is on.

Jason