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.