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Karl Rove should resign, say critics

Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/09/02 02:32:33
Yes, Karl Rove should retire.
No. Todd Akin is the one who needs to retire.
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If Karl Rove is such a genius, why could he not work with Todd Akin? Especially when competent medical authority did step forward to say that he was not so far off the mark after all?

But Karl Rove showed himself worse than that. "If Todd Akin is mysteriously murdered, do not seek my whereabouts!" he said, or words to that effect. And then he apologized--by telephone only.

Now the calls have come from conservatives far and near: Karl Rove should get out of the Republican Party, and out of Mitt Romney's campaign, and retire to private life.

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  • sjalan 2012/09/02 19:13:57
    None of the above
    sjalan
    +5
    Karl Rove should just simply go find a hole under a rock under a bridge and cover the hole with him in it.

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  • Lee 2012/09/04 20:52:53
    None of the above
    Lee
    Karl Rove is one mean Mormon SOB.

    He's perfect as the Republican mouthpiece.

    Why should he retire?
  • Jane 2012/09/04 14:06:53
    Yes, Karl Rove should retire.
    Jane
    +1
    His divisive ways have done irreparable damage to our country.
  • AdLib 2012/09/04 13:18:27 (edited)
    Yes, Karl Rove should retire.
    AdLib
    +2
    Yes, Yes and Yes!

    Karl Rove is architect of 'divide and conquer' politics. It does not surprise me at all that he made that statement.

    Here are a couple more gems for that asshat.

    "We will f**k him. Do you hear me? We will f**k him. We will ruin him. Like no one has ever f**ked him." -to an aide about some political stratagem in some state that had gone awry and a political operative who had displeased him."

    "As people do better, they start voting like Republicans - unless they have too much education and vote Democratic, which proves there can be too much of a good thing."

    "Just get me a f**king faith-based thing. Got it?" --as quoted in a book by David Kuo, the former second-in-command of Bush's Office on Faith-Based Initiatives.

    We should have kept him in jail indefinitely!
    book david kuo second-in-command bushs office faith-based initiatives jail indefinitely
  • Pat 2012/09/04 11:43:32
    None of the above
    Pat
    +4
    Rove should go away and never be heard from again.
  • texasred 2012/09/03 03:41:23
    No. Todd Akin is the one who needs to retire.
    texasred
    Rove is still smarter than the average politician. Akin is a shill supported by the Dems. Ain't no way Rove can fight a POS like Akin.
  • cant be... texasred 2012/09/03 04:29:32
    cant beleive walkers gov
    +1
    KINDA FUNNY THAT HE HAS A R AFTER HIS NAME. WHAT ARE YOU A TEA TARD?
  • texasred cant be... 2012/09/03 04:33:02
    texasred
    +2
    Funny that you feel you have to use all caps to get your point across. Whatever that point may be. What are you? An a$$hole?
  • cant be... texasred 2012/09/03 04:47:31
    cant beleive walkers gov
    +2
    yep not a tea tard
  • texasred cant be... 2012/09/03 20:07:51
    texasred
    +2
    If you were a Tea party patriot, you'd be worth something. But you're not.
  • cant be... texasred 2012/09/04 00:09:29
    cant beleive walkers gov
    and your worth what? nothing? agreed
  • texasred cant be... 2012/09/04 00:37:43
    texasred
    +1
    Wrong. I'm a Tea Party patriot. Therefore, I am worth much to this nation.
  • cant be... texasred 2012/09/04 05:31:06
    cant beleive walkers gov
    +1
    tea party, the party of obstructionist. the party of take everyone's but don't touch mine? that tea party?
  • Purple ... cant be... 2012/09/14 22:00:18
    Purple Pinto ~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    First off, I believe the 'tolerant, nice' (cough, spew) democrats have disavowed the use of the 'retard' word, so you'd better get back to your pamphlet and make sure you're towing Obama's line properly.

    If it's not in your pamphlet, then let me simply let you know your an insensitve jack ass.

    Second, Scott Walker is the man. The BS playing out in Chicago right now is exactly why Walker was right.

    Finally, that would be TEA Partier. Got it?
  • cant be... Purple ... 2012/09/15 00:32:10
    cant beleive walkers gov
    scott walker is a bought and paid for by koch . And walker is a tard. i guess im just an insentive tea tard,
  • Purple ... cant be... 2012/09/15 00:49:21
    Purple Pinto ~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    No, just an ignorant ass.

    obama soros puppet
  • cant be... Purple ... 2012/09/15 03:55:27
    cant beleive walkers gov
    what Willhe Robme? president? i think we know who the ignorant ass is.
  • voice_matters 2012/09/03 02:10:25
    None of the above
    voice_matters
    resign from what?
  • Cthulhu 2012/09/02 19:24:55
    Yes, Karl Rove should retire.
    Cthulhu
    +3
    I think it would be an improvement for the Republican party.
  • Joe Shwingding BN-ZERO 2012/09/02 19:14:18
    None of the above
    Joe Shwingding BN-ZERO
    +4
    Karl Rove should be in jail ... the Akin issue the least of his offenses.
  • sjalan 2012/09/02 19:13:57
    None of the above
    sjalan
    +5
    Karl Rove should just simply go find a hole under a rock under a bridge and cover the hole with him in it.
  • Ken 2012/09/02 19:13:41
    None of the above
    Ken
    This is all just politics, if Rove goes, all politicians should go.
  • Contarded Guru Chickenhawk 2012/09/02 19:12:14
  • Paul 2012/09/02 18:27:51
    None of the above
    Paul
    +2
    He should be sentenced to be a judge on American Idol for the rest of his life.
  • ConLibFraud 2012/09/02 18:25:37
    None of the above
    ConLibFraud
    +5
    This is hilarious! Rove is nothing but a NWO thug airbag! And all you neo Hoax (fox) News addicts have been taken!
  • ehrhornp 2012/09/02 18:06:24
    None of the above
    ehrhornp
    +1
    Who cares what this loser does? Amazing anyone would give any credibility to anyone in the republican party.
  • KingdomNow 2012/09/02 17:52:51
    None of the above
    KingdomNow
    Obviously Karl Rove's critics merely hate Karl Rove.
  • RJ~PWCM~JLA 2012/09/02 17:29:40
    Yes, Karl Rove should retire.
    RJ~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Karl Rove needs to go.

    He was the "genius" behind the idea that George W. Bush should not fight back against his critics. How stupid was that?

    To this day he believes in staying "above it all" - yeah, while your enemies pound your head into the dirt!
  • mk, Smartass Oracle 2012/09/02 16:23:28
  • Red 2012/09/02 07:57:28
  • shadow76 2012/09/02 06:56:14
    Yes, Karl Rove should retire.
    shadow76
    +4
    He is too attached to the old ways, country club repubs, when it is Tea Party people doing the winning.
  • johnnyg 2012/09/02 06:27:43
    No. Todd Akin is the one who needs to retire.
    johnnyg
    +2
    Resign from where??
  • Red johnnyg 2012/09/02 07:58:21
  • Huntclan 2012/09/02 05:34:57 (edited)
    Undecided
    Huntclan
    +2
    I'm not a fan of Rove, but the only way to retire him is to stop taking his PAC money and to have Fox not renew his gig with them. Neither of these things will happen soon. As time passes, he will join Sarah Palin in relative obscurity. His name will be moved down the list on both speaking engagements and Super PAC contributors list.
  • Balladeer-PWCM-POTL 2012/09/02 05:18:48
    Yes, Karl Rove should retire.
    Balladeer-PWCM-POTL
    +2
    Karl Rove represents the establishment neo-cons....the ones cr#pping their pants at the thought of a Romney-Ryan Revolution
  • Red Branch 2012/09/02 05:13:46
    None of the above
    Red Branch
    Rove needs to learn to keep his mouth shut. He is good at what he does and has a brilliant mind for political strategy. Actually, all Republicans need to know when to shut up. Just because the Dems don't like something, they do not have to join the parade.
  • goatman112003 2012/09/02 04:38:31
    None of the above
    goatman112003
    +3
    Rove works for Fox as a commentator not for the Republican party. He supports the party just as Bill Maher supports the Dems. So his retiring is out of question. Akin got his campaign to run. He made a statement which on its surface seems lubricious but may be true. Its his job to explain it properly.
  • Rodney 2012/09/02 04:17:26
    No. Todd Akin is the one who needs to retire.
    Rodney
    +1
    I can't seem to find where Karl Rove is directly tied to the Romney team. He has had some fund raisers and done very well for the Romney team, but I found nothing where he is acting as an adviser or anything. I do think it would be best to keep all the former Bush people at arms length. The left is looking for anything and everything to use against R&R;, so having a former Bush person within the campaign is just what the left would love to have.
  • DDogbreath Rodney 2012/09/02 05:12:05
    DDogbreath
    +3
    "having a former Bush person within the campaign is just what the left would love to have." What do you mean they already have plenty of their own. Remember this is the party of one anymore.
  • Rodney DDogbreath 2012/09/04 04:32:35
    Rodney
    Would you care to try a little grammar check on that statement. Try to make some resemblance of sense?
  • DDogbreath Rodney 2012/09/04 13:01:09
    DDogbreath
    +2
    Check this.

    check

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