Thursday, September 16, 2010

The architect on how to be an inside the beltway partisan hack.






















I never was a Karl Rove fan, because he never struck me as being a conservative. I love it when I turn out to be right about something. The same went for Bush and most of his cabinet members. Liberals called Bush and Rove a name that was actually accurate during the Bush administration. Many true conservatives got caught up in the fighting with liberals thus not stopping to realize that liberals were right about George Bush and especially Karl Rove. The term I am referring to is "neo cons" aka "neo conservatives". Karl Rove was George Bush's right hand man on orchestrating policy. Many of the policies that tradition conservatives hated originated with Karl Rove. It's amazing that it took traditional conservatives only 24 hours for them to turn on Rove, when he should have been the public enemy of true conservatives from the beginning. Rove exposed himself for who is really is when he flat out disrespected, ridiculed, demeaned and bitched about Tea Party candidate Christine O'Donnell beating the liberal Republican establishment candidate darling Mike Castle in the Delaware Senatorial Primary Tuesday night. Conservatives wasted no time yesterday going after Rove for his unwarranted attacks on Christine O'Donnell and rightfully so. People like Rove and the GOP establishment have shown themselves to be the problem within Republican Party as a whole. Karl along with the National Republican Senatorial Committee were throwing a hissy fit, because they believe that the liberal party hack Mike Castle stood a better chance at winning in the General Election. The Delaware Republican Party along with Washington Republican insiders were trying to derail O'Donnell's primary run practically from day one. Here's Karl savagely trashing Christine O'Donnell after she defeated his beloved Mike Castle.



Sean Hannity couldn't believe the crap that was spewing out of Rove's mouth. Many conservatives have lost a lot of respect for Rove. It's respect he really shouldn't have had to begin with. Here's my critique of Karl Rove and his unwarranted attack on Christine O'Donnell.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I put this commentiont he Letter section of my local paper:

Yeah the Libs don't get it. Now with their heads in the sand they are saying the TEA party is causing "civil war" with in the Republican party and they are canabalizing it. What they miss is that the TEA party are the TEA cells that are knocking off the RINO Virus restoring the body of the Rebublican party to health.

2:02 PM  
Blogger Sojournerlove said...

I think the Republican Party needs a harsh reminder, that they must either represent the wishes of their constituents or find themselves irrelevant.

I'm glad the TEA Party is promoting people outside of either Major Party.
I just hope the new people that replace the incumbents aren't going to govern as the ruling class.

I'm wary of politicians in general.

4:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On the issue of O'Donnell I have to disagree with you Tyrone. Candidates have to represent their electorate.

Pelosi represents San Francisco.

I think we have to cool on the "RINO" note. There has to be a place for moderates in the GOP or they won't be able to win in the marginal districts, at least when there's not a "wave" building behind them.

No, Castle wasn't perfect, but he's way more conservative than Coons, he voted against Obamacare, and would vote to repeal it.

Unless O'Donnell does a VERY good job on the trail, she's done and she's cost us a seat in the Senate.

Delaware is a very small state, there's only so many votes to go around.

7:03 PM  
Blogger Mr. Tent Trash said...

this is exactly why I left the republican party and am now officially a "conservative independent".

10:39 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "No, Castle wasn't perfect, but he's way more conservative than Coons, he voted against Obamacare, and would vote to repeal it."

I have to strongly disagree. There are reports that Coons identified himself as a Marxist. If Castle was truly a conservative, Christine wouldn't haven't run because there wouldn't have been a need. If Castle was a conservatives, the Tea Party would have come out in support of him.

anon "Unless O'Donnell does a VERY good job on the trail, she's done and she's cost us a seat in the Senate."

Rubio was down to Crist by 20 points at one time, he not only went on to beat him by 20 plus points now leads Crist by 14 points in a three way race. Hillary had a 20 point national lead over Obama going into Iowa. She blew that lead and we all know the rest. Christine is down by 11 points according to the first Rasmussen Poll. With 7 weeks to go, I believe she can chip away at that number can come within striking distance of Coons. Obama's unfavorable numbers are higher in Delaware then his positives. If Christine sticks to the issues and runs a positive campaign, I believe she can win.

11:53 PM  
Blogger Joe Conservative said...

Next year the Tea Party members all change party affiliation and register as Democrats and clean house inside THAT political pigsty.

9:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"If Castle was truly a conservative, Christine wouldn't haven't run because there wouldn't have been a need."

The point is that Castle was as conservative as they can come in Delaware. He voted against Obamacare and would vote to repeal it.

"With 7 weeks to go, I believe she can chip away at that number can come within striking distance of Coons. Obama's unfavorable numbers are higher in Delaware then his positives. If Christine sticks to the issues and runs a positive campaign, I believe she can win."

The problem again is the make up of the electorate.

Would O'Donnell have a much better shot of winning, if she was in the states of Alaska or Kentucky, where two Tea Party candidates came out on top in the primary?

Honestly, I hope I'm wrong, but we HAVE to be able to accept moderate Republicans from the coasts if the GOP is going to build a coalition that can stop Obama.

Scott Brown was able to run as the 41st vote in Massachusetts. But he also didn't say crap about masturbation, had a moderate background, and the only thing that the Dems were able to bring against him was the Cosmo pages.

O'Donnell is a VERY problematic candidate even if she was as moderate as Castle: look to her academic trail and such.

Tyrone, we're on the same side, but I think that you need to be more realistic when it comes to electing Republicans from the coast.

If you're right and I'm wrong, I would be more than happy to be corrected by you. But I hope that O'Donnell is not costing the GOP a 51st seat or even a 60th seat in 2012.

8:35 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Tyrone, I've got to agree with you on one point...Rove is indeed a political hacking prick! However, I seriously doubt you would have made the same statement in 2000 or 2004...

As far as the Tea bagging sweetheart O'Donnell, I'll have to call em' like I see em'. O'Donnell in many ways is worse than Sarah Palin.

I first became familiar with her with her appearance on the O'Reilly Factor a few years ago. If memory serves me correctly, she stated that condom use was somehow detrimental to humanity.

So, here's an unmarried, supposedly abstinent 40 year old woman, cloaked in a veil of being a devout Catholic, ruling that condom use "somehow" contributes to the decimation of humanity??? WTF!! Real "expert" advise...yeah right. I'd rather be denounced by a talking dog who'd tell me that if I had him neutered the entire K9 race would suffer drastically.

Hey Tyrone, is that a bottle of Cognac behind you in your video? A little after dinner nip...eh?

10:39 PM  
Blogger AbbyN said...

I disagree with those who talk about what disasters people like Sarah Palin, Nicky Haley, Christine O'donnell or Sharon Angle are. I got news for those people who want to discuss what political disasters such individuals are. One thing the political establishment has lost sight of is perhaps the most important ingredient in this whole election year debacle for them. These women are REAL and RELATABLE, they aren't born into a political dynasty,and aren't from money. Something establishment politicians haven't been for years. Are they perfect?....No. But their experience in real life and hardship makes them appealing to the American public as individuals who will be empathetic to the needs of their constutuents, who will not make backroom deals and shove unwanted legislation down the throats of the American people. Americans are fed up with playing the "Most electable game" We want our wants and needs met. Our leaders can't see past their own noses or what THEY want. We could care less what the sexual preference is of the candidates who run for office as in the case of Ms. O donnell just so they are doing what they were elected to do. I don't think it is as much republican or democrat, or liberal and conservative this year. I think it is about choosing candidates who are in touch with the people they represent as opposed to those who are fighting so they can have a job for 2 more years content with mediocrity all the while using nobel entity's such as our Military to once again pass their own agenda (which is what is going on at the capital this week). I have yet to see one establishment incumbant reach out to the military or hold a town hall for military families. I haven't heard of them reaching out to the layperson and even gain an understanding of what the typical day is for a single mother or the child of an elderly parent, or even an overtaxed emergency room physician. They Make promises to get elected and then completely forget those who put them there. I hope all the Karl Rove's of the world take notice and choke on their words Nov. 2

12:27 AM  

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