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After all of the recent election losses, my disappointment in the American people choosing to steal from others and the Republican party sliding faster than ever to the left, I have not been able to stomach more than about an hour of national news at a time. But it is in the spirit of my last point that I have suddenly discovered something wonderful thanks to Karl Rove.

As most of you high information voters know, Karl Rove and his Conservative Victory Project have announced their intention to do everything in their power to defeat conservatives in future elections. Yes, I realize that some of you including Karl would disagree with that statement. However it appears I'm not the only one besides Bozelle who can read between Karl's spinning lines.

Why even CBS News is recognizing Karl's agenda (Karl Rove's courage) and we all know that CBS News is not exactly where one would expect a Conservative to be praised.

The good news is that thanks to Karl Rove and his oops announced agenda, I no longer have to stomach spending one hour a day listening to national news in order to be a high information voter. All I have to do now is find out who Karl and his ilk are supporting and vote for anyone else. As a matter of fact, I simply need to figure out who it is that they are belittling the most to determine precisely who deserves my vote.

There is even a part of me that has contemplated sending him money to keep up the good work. Unfortunately for him, I cannot quite cross over that line especially since I'm an ignorant, principled, back-boned conservative.

Elusively yours,
ilja
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I have never considered myself to be a Republican and this is an example of why. I'm just mostly a plain old conservative for the most part. I agree, anybody that Rove supports isn't someone I'm interested in.
Mark
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For those that do not know much about Rove, before his riding Gov Bush's coattails to the White House, his only big claim to fame was selling pulled pork sammiches in Houston.
And to those individuals and Rove who claim he was very involved in Pres Reagans campaign in Texas, go pound sand!
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Rove is one of the most competent campaign managers/strategists in the GOP today. He's a numbers guy, and he knows how to interpret those numbers. But, he's also being heavily influenced by "moderate conservatives" in the GOP who pay him.

Yes; he's paid through "contributions" to his PAC, and given "fees" for doing other things.

I think Rove has the ability to assess whether a campaign or candidate is viable. (He messed up in St. Louis, and cost us a Senate Seat...although the candidate was not so hot.)

The bottom line is, Rove believes that some candidates can be TOO conservative for some districts, and he's probably right. The problem becomes find the most conservative candidate possible who actually matches the demographics of a district.

I think Rove will be compensated in another way, however. In the meantime, the Tea Party's capabilities will suffer...and we don't need that.
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Pork boy can kiss it, and I don't mean my ruby red lips..
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searcher, on 09 February 2013 - 10:46 AM, said:

I have never considered myself to be a Republican and this is an example of why. I'm just mostly a plain old conservative for the most part. I agree, anybody that Rove supports isn't someone I'm interested in.Mark


Isn't it strange how often you and I are on the same page? :lol:
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USMCforever60, on 09 February 2013 - 10:50 AM, said:

For those that do not know much about Rove, before his riding Gov Bush's coattails to the White House, his only big claim to fame was selling pulled pork sammiches in Houston.And to those individuals and Rove who claim he was very involved in Pres Reagans campaign in Texas, go pound sand!


Do tell! I keep hearing how brilliant Rove is and love to hear about his human side.
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furrpiece, on 09 February 2013 - 10:50 AM, said:

Rove is one of the most competent campaign managers/strategists in the GOP today. He's a numbers guy, and he knows how to interpret those numbers. But, he's also being heavily influenced by "moderate conservatives" in the GOP who pay him. Yes; he's paid through "contributions" to his PAC, and given "fees" for doing other things. I think Rove has the ability to assess whether a campaign or candidate is viable. (He messed up in St. Louis, and cost us a Senate Seat...although the candidate was not so hot.)The bottom line is, Rove believes that some candidates can be TOO conservative for some districts, and he's probably right. The problem becomes find the most conservative candidate possible who actually matches the demographics of a district. I think Rove will be compensated in another way, however. In the meantime, the Tea Party's capabilities will suffer...and we don't need that.


While I do believe he really had his act together when he helped to get Bush elected, I believe his time has come and gone. For the good of the cournty, Karl Rove really should step aside IMNSHO.
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Kilmerfan, on 09 February 2013 - 10:57 AM, said:

Pork boy can kiss it, and I don't mean my ruby red lips..


Geeze girl. You really should learn to quit being so shy and express yourself. :giggle:
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Remember, Rove was one of the guys shoving Romney down our throat last year as the "most electable". I have little time for his opinions on who is "electable" or not anymore.
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JesseR72, on 09 February 2013 - 12:05 PM, said:

Remember, Rove was one of the guys shoving Romney down our throat last year as the "most electable". I have little time for his opinions on who is "electable" or not anymore.


Oh yes, I definitely remember. He was also the one most pushing for amnesty for illegals during Bush's term. Looks like he is finally going to get his wish.
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I agree with you, ilja. Watch Rove and vote for the other candidates. The only reason this conservative is registered Republican is because I want to vote in South Dakota's primaries.
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USNRETWIFE, on 09 February 2013 - 12:10 PM, said:

I agree with you, ilja. Watch Rove and vote for the other candidates. The only reason this conservative is registered Republican is because I want to vote in South Dakota's primaries.


You and me both when it comes to being registered republican. It's funny how I am more disgusted with them than I am the democrats. I do not expect anything good from the democrats but the republicans pretend like they are on my side until they get in office when they turn left so quickly, I'm surprised they don't get whiplash.

I was just thinking about them and their whining about sequestration today and how disingenuous it was because they are the ones who came up with it in the first place or at the very least they are the ones that agreed to it.
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Rove and Dick Morris played the expert right up to the end in this last election and were shown to be just as clueless as anyone. I don't think we need to abandon all pragmatic considerations to remain conservative, but we also can't fool ourselves into thinking someone like Rove has it all figured out. He doesn't.
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And guess what comes next from "genius"Karl?

Hispandering+amnesty+Rubio.....

Because we all know that Republicans HAVE to run a minority to be like the Marxistcrats too. It's our only hope!!!

:sarcasm:
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Mr. Naron, on 09 February 2013 - 01:29 PM, said:

Rove and Dick Morris played the expert right up to the end in this last election and were shown to be just as clueless as anyone. I don't think we need to abandon all pragmatic considerations to remain conservative, but we also can't fool ourselves into thinking someone like Rove has it all figured out. He doesn't.


Honestly, Chris, I believe it's going to take us working together to win again. Though it's not the Conservatives that need to reach out. It's time our moderates learned a thing or two about compromise in our direction. Plus it is time they learned to treat us on the right with as much respect as they show the left.
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El Condor, on 09 February 2013 - 02:30 PM, said:

And guess what comes next from "genius"Karl?Hispandering+amnesty+Rubio.....Because we all know that Republicans HAVE to run a minority to be like the Marxistcrats too. It's our only hope!!! :sarcasm:


Sadly, at this point in time, it seems to be true.

As for me, I keep getting stuck on that King quote about judging someone by the content of their character and not the color of their skin.
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ilja, on 09 February 2013 - 07:17 PM, said:

Mr. Naron, on 09 February 2013 - 01:29 PM, said:

Rove and Dick Morris played the expert right up to the end in this last election and were shown to be just as clueless as anyone. I don't think we need to abandon all pragmatic considerations to remain conservative, but we also can't fool ourselves into thinking someone like Rove has it all figured out. He doesn't.
Honestly, Chris, I believe it's going to take us working together to win again. Though it's not the Conservatives that need to reach out. It's time our moderates learned a thing or two about compromise in our direction. Plus it is time they learned to treat us on the right with as much respect as they show the left.

Fat chance I'm afraid. GOP moderates suffer from the same malady as liberals, Highonthesmellofyourownfartsitis. Or HOTSOYOF.
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Mr. Naron, on 09 February 2013 - 08:48 PM, said:

ilja, on 09 February 2013 - 07:17 PM, said:

Mr. Naron, on 09 February 2013 - 01:29 PM, said:

Rove and Dick Morris played the expert right up to the end in this last election and were shown to be just as clueless as anyone. I don't think we need to abandon all pragmatic considerations to remain conservative, but we also can't fool ourselves into thinking someone like Rove has it all figured out. He doesn't.
Honestly, Chris, I believe it's going to take us working together to win again. Though it's not the Conservatives that need to reach out. It's time our moderates learned a thing or two about compromise in our direction. Plus it is time they learned to treat us on the right with as much respect as they show the left.
Fat chance I'm afraid. GOP moderates suffer from the same malady as liberals, Highonthesmellofyourownfartsitis. Or HOTSOYOF.


:rofl: Or we could just . . . http://i147.photobuc...lies/psssst.gif . . . eliminate them.

Just kidding secret service, just kidding.
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Mention Palin or similar and you'll get a reaction from the sell-out's as though they've just crapped a porcupine.
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pict, on 10 February 2013 - 12:16 AM, said:

Mention Palin or similar and you'll get a reaction from the sell-out's as though they've just crapped a porcupine.


Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin, Palin!
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A doctor, a lawyer, a little boy and a priest were out for a Sunday afternoon flight on a small private plane. Suddenly, the plane developed engine trouble. In spite of the best efforts of the pilot, the plane started to go down. Finally, the pilot grabbed a parachute, yelled to the passengers that they had better jump, and then he bailed out.

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