Karl Rove Met Christine O’Donnell: ‘I Wasn’t Frankly, Impressed’

September 16, 2010


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10 Responses to “Karl Rove Met Christine O’Donnell: ‘I Wasn’t Frankly, Impressed’”

  1. GOP in ‘deep civil war,’ Kaine says – Boston Herald | News Blog on September 16th, 2010 11:27 am

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  2. Veteran from Pennsylvania on September 16th, 2010 12:12 pm

    More hypocrisy from the right wing.This is Palin’s pick, What about HER DAUGHTER?. Do the Tea-baggers masturbate? Are they planning to legislate that too? Why is this woman “in the picture”? Maybe everyone that has had sex with with Christine O’Dongle or Doodle or what ever should speak up.
    The Tea-baggers keep complaining about the Wall Street “bailouts”, yet it was Bush that actually put the whole process in motion, and nobody gets more money from wall street than the Republicans.
    If the large banks had failed, all the rest would have gone down the dumper in a matter of weeks. At that time, the F.D.I.C. was only responsible for part of our savings, and had 99 years to reimburse us. WE the tax payers were going to pay either way, at least with the bailouts, we still have our savings.
    It is also important to note that Wall Street has invested much of our savings over- seas where the return is much higher.They have had four decades to invest in America and have only built up the Asian economies at the expense of ours. If Wall Street can’t or WONT invest in our economy, then the tax payers must. Let us not forget that we had a huge surplus of cash on hand before the Republicans had us invade a country that had nothing to do with 911. I helped support the Iraqi invasion of Iran (with COMIDEASTFOR) and Saddam worked for US then.
    Once again I ask: Why is this woman even “in the picture” America?

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  4. Listening to Delaware on September 16th, 2010 2:55 pm

    I grew up in Delaware and will soon relocate permanently to Delaware. Karl Rove is Texas. He’s NOT Delaware and frankly, he doesn’t understand middle America at all.

    I’ve been a Republican all my life, and I knew George Bush was BS who required a puppeteer to mastermind his strategy. I remember what they did to McCain in South Carolina in 2000, and what happened to Ross Perot when he ran independently against daddy Bush several years ago. These are intimidating SOBs who have done much to destroy decency in campaigns and elections.

    I frankly supported Mike Castle. Admittedly, he was an “annointed one.” So when Christine O’Donnell said there were folks hiding in the bushes outside her home, I thought: Only a nut would claim this without evidence. But today I heard the evidence from a WDEL AM phone caller who admitted that he’d been hired by Rove to pick up any signs of personal impropriety he could identify by literally lurking in the bushes with three other hired guns, outside O’Donnell’s home. He didn’t sound like a fruitcake. He sounded like a good Republican soldier (I’ve worked on opposition research, so I know from experience that this sort of thing is done). Ordinary folks who are Republicans, Democrats, Independents, Conservatives and Liberal are sick of this sort of crap. So go back to Texas, Karl. Take your sleeze balls with you, and hook up some of those Democrat operatives with you for the ride too.

  5. Tea Party Tsunami « Artie Megibben on September 16th, 2010 3:20 pm

    [...] her “nutty” and unelectable. After taking heat for his comments from the right-wing, including Sarah Palin, Rove doubled down on his criticism of O’Donnell, when he said “She does not “evince the [...]

  6. Tea Party Tsunami « my apologies on September 16th, 2010 3:24 pm

    [...] her “nutty” and unelectable. After taking heat for his comments from the right-wing, including Sarah Palin, Rove doubled down on his criticism of O’Donnell, when he said “She does not “evince the [...]

  7. Ione Sanders on September 16th, 2010 5:41 pm

    Mr. Rove: I have read your book, and have always been an admirer of yours.
    I was sadly disappointed when you took the position to “throw Ms.O’Donnell under
    the bus”. If you were really concerned about loosing a seat in the senate the
    thing to do would be to offer to help her and give her some support. Your an
    expert and have the ability and position to give her a huge lift. While you may
    say it’s not your responsibility, its all our responsibility. We are Tea Party Patriots
    it takes a great deal of effort to setup, attend rallies. We live in California and
    have our own problems, so I have no dog in this fight other than we as
    conservative republicans should work together to save our country. We are
    heading into socialism. I fear for my children and grand children. Thanks
    for listening, Ione Sanders

  8. Ione Sanders on September 16th, 2010 5:45 pm

    Mr. Rove: I have read your book, and have always been an admirer of yours.
    I was sadly disappointed when you took the position to “throw Ms.O’Donnell under
    the bus”. If you were really concerned about loosing a seat in the senate the
    thing to do would be to offer to help her and give her some support. Your an
    expert and have the ability and position to give her a huge lift. While you may
    say it’s not your responsibility, its all our responsibility. We are Tea Party Patriots
    it takes a great deal of effort to setup, attend rallies. We live in California and
    have our own problems, so I have no dog in this fight other than we as
    conservative republicans should work together to save our country. We are
    heading into socialism. I fear for my children and grand children. Thanks
    for listening, Ione Sanders

    I have never written any comment on this web site. Or any others.

  9. Will the fat lady please sing already? « What Policy Dorks Do for Fun on September 21st, 2010 1:56 am

    [...] Karl Rove has denounced the Tea Party. He’s certainly more outspoken than others (and Fox isn’t happy about it), but many Republicans are trying to find the line between the appeal of the Tea Party in lower taxes, right to life, no black men in office, etc., without associating themselves with the crazy sides. Like Christine O’Donnell’s witchcraft. Or abolishing the Constitutional Amendment that gives us the right to vote for our senators. [...]

  10. johlllk on October 14th, 2010 1:20 pm

    Carl Rove is a piece of ———–.
    He is a traitor, Benedict Arnold of the worst kind. I only wish he will
    keep his fat mouth shut .
    I can’t stand his fat ugly face, sly smile and condescending remarks.
    His analysis is simply stupid, nonsense, trash, Nothing new.
    I just don’t know why Fox is in love with him, and keep putting him on tv.

    He badmouthed Christine, unfortunately he is going to get his wish.
    She will probably lose.
    I hold him total accountability and he is responsible for her loss.

    What a piece of cow dung. Smelly, fat, ugly .

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