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Maybe Rove Has a Point

Ann352 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 9:52 AM
If the candidate focuses on the Constitution as it is written & not as a "living, breathing" document they would not have to change or apologize. Truth is truth & I am so sick of slick politicians who say what they think the people want to hear & not what they truly believe - until they are in office & then it is too late. I would welcome another Harry Truman, I am sure Rove would be aghast at Harry but he told it like it was. We the people are not as dumb as the politicians they we are!
Joan362 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 11:56 AM
Unfortunately Congress has become a "get rich quick scheme" and until term limits CAN be implemented, nothing will change. All are now millionaires with insider trading (you and I would be jailed) lobbyist bribes, raising their own salaries, pensions etc. Conservatives (in name only) who speak "Conservative talk" to get elected soon find themselves unable or unwilling to stand up and speak out. In the present we have a majority of Republicans - but they cave almost every time. Boehner is weak - the rest except a handful are RINO's and wimps.
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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