Karl Rove – A History of Loserdom and Lies

As you all know, I hold Karl Rove in the lowest regard. As far as I’m concerned he’s a fat, drooling, power-drunk bag of bloviating buffalo butt droppings, whose conservative “credentials” are about as real as Heidi Montag’s funbags.

He’s declared war on conservatism in an attempt to stifle actual grassroots voices and shove buckets of corrupt dollars down the throats of the people of the United States.

He’s attempted to bolster his “conservative” street cred by invoking Ronald Reagan, claiming he was “the director of the Texas campaign for Ronald Reagan in the fall of 1980, and was appointed by President Reagan to sit on the White House Fellows Selection Panel.”

Only one problem: Rove is a scumbag liar.

…in a telephone interview, CNSNews.com asked Gary Hoitsma, the communications/media director for the 1980 Reagan campaign in Texas, which was headquartered in a renovated funeral home in Austin, whether Rove’s statement that he was the “director of the Texas campaign for Ronald Reagan” was true or not.

Hoitsma said, “That was not my recollection. I was there at the campaign headquarters in 1980 and the campaign was directed by Ernie Angelo and Rick Shelby was the basic national field director who came down and ran the day-to-day campaign.”

“I wouldn’t doubt that Karl had some, maybe, more of a figure-head role or something like that,” said Hoitsma. “But I don’t remember him being involved at the campaign headquarters in any day to day efforts that we were involved in.”

Ooops!

As a matter of fact this blithering, quivering gas bag backed Reagan’s opponent in the primary – one George Herbert Walker Bush – and actively campaigned against Reagan in the 1980s primary.

Rove has a history of backing losers with lots and lots of money, and a habit of invoking the amount of donor money he’s wasted on loser candidates.

Rove, through his two political outfits, American Crossroads and Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies, backed unsuccessful Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney with $127 million on more than 82,000 television spots, according to Kantar Media’s CMAG, an ad tracker based in New York.

Down the ballot, 10 of the 12 Senate candidates and four of the nine House candidates the Rove groups supported also lost their races.

Ooops!

And now, this bloated, sniveling, lying bag of goat shit is attempting to capitalize on the name of Ronald Reagan, as he skewers real conservatives who are critical of the squishy, devoid of testicular fortitude, bend-over-and-spread-em-for-liberal-cock-up-GOP-ass dry reaming candidates he wants to ram into office.

Enjoy your upcoming irrelevance, you gelatinous gob of glop. The people of America are about to show you just how much they love some vainglorious skidmark on the panties of politics trying to “Theismann” their political views.

Maybe you can still find a job teaching Politics 101 at some Community College.

2 responses

  1. Rove is a political opportunist, just like the Clintons. He has no qualms about doing just about anything to keep the checks coming.

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    1. You forgot “repugnant swine.”

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