Rove comments on the Rush v. Powell debate

Rove comments on the Rush v. Powell controversy:

Yes.  That made sense.  Thank you…

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18 responses to “Rove comments on the Rush v. Powell debate

  1. They say politics is cyclical. I’m enjoying this cycle! They’re forming their circular firing squads and I’m keeping my spectator chair safely out of the line of fire.

    Pass the popcorn! 😉

  2. “The CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey, released Monday, suggests that 70 percent have a favorable opinion of Powell, who was Secretary of State during President George W. Bush’s first term, and who served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the Persian Gulf War.

    Only 30 percent of those polled have a favorable view of Limbaugh, the popular conservative radio talk show host, with 53 percent saying they hold an unfavorable opinion.

    In poll numbers released Thursday, 37 percent say they have a favorable opinion of Dick Cheney, with 55 percent indicating they hold an unfavorable view of the former vice president.

    Among Republicans, it’s a different story. The poll suggests that 66 percent of Republicans have a favorable view of Cheney, 64 percent give Powell a thumbs up, and 62 view Limbaugh in a favorable way.”

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2009/05/25/cnn-poll-powell-vs-cheney-and-limbaugh/

  3. lilacluvr

    I wonder how long it will take Rove to crawl back to Rush to ask for forgiveness for seeming to support Powell’s claim of being a Republican?

  4. lilacluvr

    This has nothing to do with the topic – but I have always thought Karl Rove looked like he could be Dick Cheney’s love child – what do you think?

    • I think you should elaborate and post a thread about this. You could be famous as a result…

      I will support the idea, regardless. For example, “Prove that Karl, is not the love child of Rush!”

      How funny….

  5. Rove was born Dec. 25, 1950, and Cheney January 30, 1941.

    But I think they share the same brain cell! 😉

    • lilacluvr

      Maybe Rove could be Dick’s long lost brother? It’s just that both of them have that same nasty, negative snarl and they share that same sunny disposition.

      I keep forgetting Cheney is not really that old – he just looks old and crabby.

  6. What they both got an extra serving of in the DNA department is meanness!

  7. tosmarttobegop

    LOL through being here and on the blog that shall not be name I have learned what is going on in the GOP is normal operations within the DNC. During the Democratic primary with the back biting and open hatred between the Obama supporter and the Clinton supporter. It reminded me of something that was said by a inmate in the Jail. “Man I have seen less hatred in the eyes of cold blooded killers!”.

    Rove’s opinion is pointless to me, he is not a Republican he is solely a partisan to the cause that is paying him. Bush wanted him close because he knew Rove and did not want him on the other side!

  8. jammer5

    It’s truly amazing to watch these people acting like they are in control of Government. I’m reminded of watching a boxing match, where one boxer wins on a decision by thoroughly dominating the other boxer, and the loser saying it was a bad decision. Rove, Limbaugh, Cheney and their ilk got smacked down big time, and they can’t understand why.

    I guess it proves the adage that insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Obviously, Rove, Cheney and Limbaugh are insane.

  9. wicked

    Didn’t Daddy Bush toss Rove aside? After Rove leaked info to Robert Novak, of course. 😉 Sound familiar?

  10. Love it how Rove says “Worshington” – a sure sign that he is a hick. There is no “r” in Washington.

    Heavy sigh…

  11. Including my parents…

    • wicked

      My mother, definitely. My dad? I don’t remember.

      The words “worsh rag” always made me cringe. Still do. I changed it to wash cloth and taught my kids how to say w-a-s-h and the difference between pic-ture and pitch-er. When I directed our community theater’s Plaza Suite, I had to teach a college educated friend how to say picture and Washington. (It was a picture of George Washington. Always hung on the set of each production.)

      No college education for me, and there are plenty of words I can’t pronounce correctly, but by golly I try. 🙂

  12. By golly, if we didn’t use the “worsh cloth” there’d be spuds growing outta your ears”. Hmm….!

    Love my parents, but sometimes they were wrong…