CommentsFor once, the tea party and the republicans need to join forces and circle the wagons.
One thing the Dems do is cover and let no one in. They stand staunch as we need to do.
It is better than the alternative. When we find a candidate, and it had better be the best person possible, we need no dissenters. Everyone on board or leave. We have to pull off a victory, or the country is lost forever.
Posted by Sam on 02/05 at 07:13 AM | #
I will always believe Romney won the election but lost because how it was counted. You can read story after story about fraud in the election but nobody puts it together for criminal action against the Democrats and to remove these bastards [guilty ones] from American soil forever.
Posted by Watchman on 02/05 at 01:50 AM | #
Karl Rove's last success was the re-election of George W. Bush in 2004.
While that was certainly better than the alternative of a John Kerry, the Bush/Rove strategy of leaving every lie and slander of the Democrat/media/extremists unchallenged resulted in the Democrat created mess we have today.
Rove's milquetoast, "moderate", nonsense seems to believe in nothing, stand for nothing, and offer nothing other than trying to find some non-existent middle ground between what made America great and the mediocrity, stagnation, debt, and despair offered by the Democrats.
Posted by Mike Constitution on 02/04 at 08:44 PM | #
Karl Rove leading effort to stop the Tea Party and conservative grass roots
Posted by Robert Laurie on Feb 4, 2013 at 04:44 PM
It's time for the GOP to dump "the architect"
If there was one big loser on November 6th - other than Mitt Romney - it was Karl Rove. Despite trying to portray himself as little more than an observer, “the architect” had his hands all over the election. Via his two political organizations, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies and American Crossroads, Rove squandered hundreds of millions of dollars and came away with absolutely nothing to show for it.More...
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