Thread: General Politics Karl Rove declares war on the Tea Party?
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Old 02-12-2013, 08:11 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by Direckshun View Post

Aside from losing the 2012 presidential election, and handing our country to Barack Obama for four more years, here is what happened when Washington D.C. consultants forced their hand-picked Senate candidates on the American people, they lost: Josh Mandel (Ohio), Tommy Thompson (Wis.), Connie Mack (Fla.), Denny Rehberg (Mont.), Rick Berg (N.D.), George Allen (Va.), Linda McMahon (Conn.), Charlie Summers (Maine), Pete Hoekstra (Mich.), Joe Kyrillos (N.J.), Scott Brown (Mass.) (when Scott Brown was a Tea Party candidate, he won. With Karl Rove in his corner, he lost). After a track record like that it is surprising it wasn’t renamed by donors as “American double-cross.”
This is true. The Rs that won were not moderates, they lost. Even 8 out of the 11 Ron Paul guys, endorsed by him as well won in the House.

Another question is why does Rove still get his talking slot on Fox with all this, while others lose theirs? Something to think about with Fox.
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