HUMPTY DUMPTY MUST FALL
If Humpty wore glasses, Karl Rove he would be
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“Karl Rove uses a whiteboard and marker
As he peddles his wares like a carnival barker.
The tea party knows he’s a political hack,
But the establishment lost millions as Rove they did back.
Though Fox trots him out at eight, nine and ten,
Bill, Sean and Greta can’t make Karl Rove relevant again.
Over the Republican Party he’s cast a pall,
But like Humpty Dumpty, old Karl must fall.”
The more I’m forced to watch this rotund little man scribble on his whiteboard like a toddler with crayons, the more he reminds me of the Humpty Dumpty character in Alice in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass. Look closely at Karl and what do you see? If Humpty wore glasses, Karl Rove he would be.
Mr. Rove’s scorn toward the Tea Party and the conservative base of the Republican Party is indicative of the fear he and other RINOS have of their destructive lurch to the left coming to an end. Their newest target, Sen. Ted Cruz, terrifies the elitist big government element of the party. He has the audacity to stand with grassroots and follow through on the election promises he made to his constituents. This is not allowed in Karl Rove’s world where squishy, faux Republicans are the order of the day.
For those that may have forgotten, Rove and the GOP establishment backed David Dewhurst over Ted Cruz, Trey Grayson over Rand Paul, Bob Bennett over Mike Lee, Charlie Crist over Marco Rubio, Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey and Gerald Ford over Ronald Reagan. While bashing candidates like Christine O’Donnell, Sharon Angle and Todd Aiken, they backed those big winners, Linda McMahon, Tommy Thompson and Carly Fiorina.
Karl Rove is a political hack good at only one thing, fundraising. Karl Rove was the biggest loser of the 2012 elections. And what does the man who squandered over $300 miillion on ridiculous election ads do? He creates a new money-making spinoff of American Crossroads; the Conservative Victory Project. Equating the term Conservative with Karl Rove is akin to likening it with Barack Hussein Obama. Good old Karl now has his hands in three Republican PACS. His quest to keep the inside the beltway Republicans in control is evident in the mission statement of his new PAC:
“to recruit seasoned candidates and protect Senate incumbents from challenges by far-right conservatives and Tea Party enthusiasts who Republican leaders worry could complicate the party’s efforts to win control of the Senate.”
Yes, by all means let’s shut down the Tea Party and Conservative voices. How dare we elect patriots like Ted Cruz and Mike Lee to represent us. Rove and his “we’re all mad here” Cheshire Cats, McCain, McConnell, Graham, Corker, Alexander. etc., think they are most clever in joining the radical left in using Saul Alinsky’s twelfth Rule for Radicals, “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it”, against Senators Cruz and Lee. Unfortunately for old Karl, we “right wing radical” tea partiers have read the works of Mr. Alinsky.
Karl Rove was dubbed the “architect” by his former boss, George W. Bush. He was the architect all right; laying the socialist foundation upon which Barack Hussein Obama could build. Coining the now infamous “Compassionate Conservatism” term, Karl and his boss gave us the new Medicare prescription drug entitlement expansion that will create a new unfunded liability in the coming years; No Child Left Behind, which expanded the Federal Governments control of education, the McCain-Feingold campaign finance law and attempted to force amnesty down the throats of American citizens. To repeat, the name of Mr. Rove’s new Super PAC is “Conservative Victory Project’?
Karl Rove was not only behind the losing campaign of Mitt Romney; he served as an informal adviser during John McCain’s quest for the Presidency. With all the losses Humpty Rove has amassed, the question must be asked, “Why are any members of the Republican Party still listening to this man”? Actually, the answer is quite simple. It’s all about power and their fear of losing it. That they would turn to Humpty Dumpty with a whiteboard to save them speaks volumes.
As Mr. Rove continues his assault on the Tea Party, he might do well to heed the words of the Mad Hatter, “It’s always tea time”.