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Maybe Rove Has a Point

amackent Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 5:06 PM
You (Harsanyi) make an excellent point here. I'm not sure a super-pac is needed, but we do need to do a much better job qualifying candidates. I love the idea of the Tea Party, but we can't continue to back candidates like Sharon Angel, Christine O'Donnel and the others mentioned here. We need people who can carry the message effectively and these people certainly could not.
annfan_777 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 5:11 PM
This is just you (and Harsanyi) repeating dull libertarian talking points. If there's a little blood on one of our guys, you "moderates" want to run him/her through with a sword and be done with it. To the delight of the left, of course.
Let's put ideology aside for a moment.

Karl Rove, architect of the George W. Bush-era Republican victories, says he's sick of fanatics running his party into the ground. So he's devised a strategy to pre-emptively sink unelectable candidates early in the process. He's formed a new super PAC to implement this strategy. It's called the Conservative Victory Project, and it's led by a guy named Steven Law, who was the head of another super PAC, called American Crossroads, which went something like 0-7 in the 2012 election cycle. (Not that anyone's counting.)

Grass-roots conservatives, needless to say, are quite perturbed. "I'm filing the...

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