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Posted - Feb 4 2013 : 2:37PM


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Posted - Feb 4 2013 : 3:06PM
Good article that stumbles only at the end, when the author suggests that Rove may continue using his Fox News platform to further his agenda. Seems that Big Brother has already
Michelle Malkin wrote:
Call it a case of a broken clock being right twice a day, but this is right on the money.
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Posted - Feb 4 2013 : 4:06PM
About time! That bitter, toxic windbag should have disappeared back when he compromised White House information to prostitutes.

Lord of Lust

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Posted - Feb 4 2013 : 7:15PM

Dianic

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Posted - Feb 4 2013 : 7:32PM
^ And you know jilted ex-Fox'er S.E. Cupp just had to weigh in:

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Posted - Feb 5 2013 : 2:08AM
I take Ms. Cupp said something?
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Posted - Feb 5 2013 : 4:25AM
More like "Karl Rove tries to inject sense, GOP body politic refuses treatment."
Obviously, Karl Rove and "the establishment" are right - undisciplined candidates blew very real chances for Republicans to win in conservative-leaning areas like Missouri and Indiana. And obviously, the Republican Party has benefited from anti-establishment angst among primary voters in other races like Utah, Wisconsin, Texas, Kentucky, and Florida.
Hell, I think having a common sense, somewhat libertarian Senator has been politically beneficial for the party. I don't like Rand Paul but there's a strand of independent conservatives that know it's refreshing to see the party pay some attention to their concerns.
So, is this the Utah-Kentucky-Florida 2010 scenario, as "the establishment" races in to crown a front-runner, enrages the primary voters, who in turn rush to an anti-establishment candidate that goes on to win the primary, and the general election?
Is it the Nevada-Deleware-Indiana scenario? Where "the establishment" gets its comeuppance but the replacement is so not electable that they lose, and drag down the party and down ballot?
Or is it the Illinois-New Hampshire-Ohio experience? Where "the establishment" choice wins the primary, and wins the general election?
Likely, it's all three. It depends on the state, and there's enough grassroots angst to turn anyone into an "establishment pick" worthy of a take down, even if they're really not, in some of those states. And that isn't good. Not at all.
If a movement conservative can be turned into an "establishment RINO" and spurned in favor of some not electable fringe weirdo, then there's more Sharon Angles, Christine O'Donnells, Todd Akins, and Richard Mourdocks in the party's future.

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Posted - Feb 5 2013 : 9:22AM
I've got it! We need a truce.
The establishment" stays out of primaries for open and Democratic seats, if conservative groups refrain from challenging incumbents. Or something like that. Maybe do the blue state/red state swap. Establishment helps in blue states, stays out of purple and red states. That way, any net gain is officially the conservative grassroots' doing and they can hold it over the new majority that it wouldn't be possible without them.
Establishment: ME (Collins), SC (Graham and Scott), KY (McConnell, especially McConnell), MS (Cochrane), NE (Johanns), TN (Alexander), OK (Inhofe), TX (Cornyn), and WY (Enzi) plus NH, MA, RI, NJ, DE.
Conservative groups are free to recruit and support anyone they want in the remaining races.
That is OR, CO, NM, MT, SD, MN, MI, IL, WV, VA, NC, GA, IA, AR, and LA.
Nah, it's too sensible. Neither side could go for it.

Lord of Lust

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Posted - Feb 5 2013 : 1:44PM

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Posted - Feb 6 2013 : 1:49AM
Get'cha Popcorn ready!!! I absolutely LOVE this!!! What a difference a good ass-whuppin' makes.....
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From Howard Fineman at the HuffingtonPost

Lord of Lust

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Posted - Feb 7 2013 : 2:58PM

In other words, whose cock will Sean Hannity suck more: Rove's or the Tea Party?
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Posted - Feb 7 2013 : 8:44PM
^ Hannity, Ailes and the rest of the FNC will go where the money goes, which means they'll follow the Koch Bros, which means they'll follow the establishment GOP. Sadly, this means Rove's Incumbency Protection Racket will continue to have a platform viewed by millions from which to speechify.

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Posted - Feb 7 2013 : 8:54PM
RTM, you may be right. Roger Ailes, and his overlord Rupert Murdoch, sold their souls to Mammon long ago so they still have priorities they have to honor.
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Posted - Feb 7 2013 : 8:55PM
^ The Tea Party is a cash cow for many - Dick Army, DeMint, Bachmann, Tim Scott, Joe Walsh, Palin. T-Shirts, books, speaking engagements. Selling hate and fear in America is very lucrative. This battle will go on for many years.

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Posted - Feb 7 2013 : 9:09PM
Koch Cash > Tea Party Cash.
That's the only equation needed to correctly prognosticate the FNC's next move.
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Posted - Feb 7 2013 : 9:48PM
But it worked. It really did work. In 2010, The House switched control on the backs of 45-64 year-old independents identifying themselves as conservatives, and most importantly, convinced that the economy was in terrible shape (90% of respondents). Only a little more than half then voted for the Republican Party, but that is all you need. Just ask Barack Obama, first you win the argument (93% said the economy was not good in 2008), then you win the election.
For whatever reason, Democrats just didn't show up in 2010. They had tons of new voters and demographics behind them, but no turnout among self-described moderates, who have tended to side with Democrats since Clinton. It's almost as if they wanted to lose to lull conservatives into a false sense of security. I fell for it. But if they tried, and considering liberals turned out at their regular rate, and were overwhelmed, then it worked. Then the conservatives managed to keep moderates at home, win a straight ideological fight, and create a winning coalition.
And it worked. Those 2010 gains were solidified. Independents still sided with the GOP in 2012. The key groups were all there. But the Democrats fought back. They reached out to the moderates AND increased turnout among liberals. They simply overwhelmed the Republican-Independent coalition with a big D Democratic one nationally. But in the House races, they didn't.
And as a result, we have no answer, no model, on how to beat that coalition. Only ONE Republican can say he and Barack Obama won statewide on the same ballot, Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada.
And so, what I think we'll actually see is the Tea Party Senators in hot water in 2016, especially if a charismatic, historic figure is revving up turnout for Democrats. Ron Johnson will be in trouble. I dare say Marco Rubio might be in trouble. The party's in trouble.
But in 2014, let's do it again. Win the argument, whatever it is. Turn out the conservative independents, keep the moderates at home, and win at all costs. Getting back the Senate would set us up better in 2016 anyway. But if the Dems fight back this time, at least it will be a fair fight, which could shed some light on exactly what's occurred between 2006 and 2012.

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Posted - Feb 8 2013 : 3:22AM

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Posted - Feb 8 2013 : 6:16AM
Why I read The National Review religiously:
And,
Hardly unexpected.
It depends on how the Democrats choose to play 2014, but if they do even a bit more than they did in 2010, they could easily exploit the division.
So my strategy's the same. The moderate Democrats and Independents sat out 2010. That can't all be because the Democratic Party surrendered. Whatever we did to keep them home, we should try to do again. A few better candidates in the mix, and we should be able to keep the House and retake the Senate. The CVP could be influential, but sometimes the best thing "the establishment" can do is stay away. Getting involved just riles up the suicidal.
But if the Dems fight back successfully, running quality candidates with broad appeal, and turn out their moderate voters at regular numbers for a midterm, we'll get the beating we deserve, and finally figure out what has happened to the electorate since 2006.
And then...we'll still lose in 2016.

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Posted - Feb 8 2013 : 10:04AM
My point was that despite what FNC or the establishment GOP'ers try to do when it comes to the Tea Party/Far Far White Righties, there are many elected and unelected individuals that have no financial reason to buck the Tea Party cash.

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Posted - Feb 8 2013 : 10:28AM
Off year elections have historically skewed older and whiter. 2010 was just the first time that there was a black man in the White House.
In 2008 the white vote represented 74% of the electorate, in 2010 it was up to 77%, and in 2012 it was back down to 72%. For those 45 years or older it went 53% - 64% - 52% for 2008/2010/2012. The total vote was 131 million - 82 million - 129 million.

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Posted - Feb 8 2013 : 7:32PM
Rove's 2006 predictions of Republican victory can be used here. Wrong then, wrong now, still getting paid to be wrong.
If Cody wants a Rove type of career, he is probably too late, but we could still call him our little turdblossom.

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Posted - Feb 8 2013 : 11:00PM
How can we keep old white guys from voting?

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Posted - Feb 8 2013 : 11:51PM
Read that Rove was on Hannity today and tore into Congressman Steve King of Iowa for attacking him yesterday. Hannity was shitting his pants because he says he does not like this intra-party warfare.
John Gibson laid into Trump today as well after Trump called Rove a Loser, whereupon Gibson asked Trump "What the hell have you ever won?" Then Gibson tore into S.E. Cupp about her calling Rove a loser and that he is done and asked, "Does S.E. Cupp support those tea party idiots Akin and Murdouck and Angle and O'Donnell?"
Holy Shit......the shit is definitely starting to hit the elepants.......and I love it!

"Babars vs. Baggers......leaves me nobody to root for."
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Posted - Feb 9 2013 : 8:55AM
Too bad Linda McMahon will never get elected to head the Republican Party. This would be right up her alley. Instead of primaries they should hold barbed wire Texas death matches.
 
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Posted - Feb 9 2013 : 10:50AM
Poll tax.

Lord of Lust

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Posted - Feb 9 2013 : 1:47PM
The Fox Civil War continues:

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Posted - Feb 9 2013 : 5:36PM
Huckabee's candidate, Todd Akin, went from having an 11-point lead to a three point deficit in just one week, a week where Mike Huckabee continued to defend him, gave him several chances for redemption, and allowed him to explain his comments. If there's a better example of 'how to lose an election', I haven't seen it. Huck's likable, but he is no authority on this matter.

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Posted - Feb 12 2013 : 3:39PM

...with a bit more statistical evidence
 
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Posted - Feb 12 2013 : 3:56PM
Steel cage match!!! Stone Cold as the special guest ref and Mick Foley as the special time keeper who never seems to ring the bell allowing both parties to beat the hell out of each other while Stone Cold enjoys a Steveweiser!

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Posted - Feb 14 2013 : 2:43PM

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Posted - Feb 14 2013 : 5:45PM
^And there's the problem. In a great on the backwards-thinking strategies that cost the party, at least, the 2012 election, that's their takeaway. Breitbart.com bloggers thought they had some valid criticism of the piece, but I found them far from convincing. Every Republican needs to read the NYTimes piece, all of it, and we can dismiss this, that, or the other thing, but it's a must-read and the crux - "we've got serious work to do" - must be taken to heart. We don't have to do everything but we've got to fight smarter, so we've got to do something.

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Lord of Lust

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Posted - Feb 20 2013 : 11:23AM

Well, you could just win $10,000 for your trouble.
Richard Viguerie, the Conservative fund-raiser and chairman of Conservative HQ, announced “The Liberty Prize,” a contest that will award a "$10,000 prize, plus fame, appreciation and the opportunity to save America" to the conservative who comes up with the best plan to "take over the Republican Party, win the November 2016 elections, and govern America by 2017."
Viguerie, who was a big fan of Rick Santorum in the 2012 presidential race, writes in his announcement:
The most important political battle in America is not between Republicans and Democrats or between conservatives and liberals. It is the battle for control of the Republican Party between establishment big government Republicans and limited government, constitutional conservatives. It has become clear that establishment Republican and Democratic politicians have failed America because they have both accepted big government as the solution to every problem.

He continues by referencing Karl Rove’s new initiative to steamroll far-right conservatives, called the Conservative Victory Project, which he writes means that “conservatives must have a well-organized and well-thought-out plan to take control of the GOP from the grassroots up.”
The Conservative Victory Project, pushed by Rove’s Super PAC American Crossroads, has led to a kerfuffle between mainstream Republicans and Tea Partiers who see the new effort as “bullying,” among other things.
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Posted - Feb 20 2013 : 3:15PM
Don't forget, in case more than one conservative has a good idea (?) you may have to split the $10,000 prize.

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Posted - Feb 20 2013 : 10:34PM
^
C'mon, that's all the reward a true patriot needs!
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Lord of Lust

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Posted - Feb 25 2013 : 9:17PM
 
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^^X1000

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Posted - Feb 25 2013 : 11:44PM
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Posted - Feb 26 2013 : 5:21PM
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Karl's spies are everywhere.

Lord of Lust

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Posted - Mar 17 2013 : 8:33PM
The GOP Civil War continues:
 
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Posted - Mar 22 2013 : 4:42PM

Who wins? Democrats!
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Posted - Mar 22 2013 : 5:25PM
^ The only more misguided than the Donald's hairstyle is the belief he could go a few rounds with the Shrilla from Manilla and win.
Don, she took on Alex Jones in full rage-a-holic mode and left him simpering like a giant, demented baby. You ain't been there.
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Posted - Mar 22 2013 : 9:30PM
Hell hath no fury like a right-wing whore scorned! Oh, and Michelle shouldn't be messed with either.

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Posted - Mar 22 2013 : 10:20PM
Any day that you get a fight between the Patron Saint of Orangutans and Our Lady of Internment Camps and Massive Deportations.....I refer to this jam:
 
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Bill O'Reilly and Rush Limbaugh feud!
 
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^ Will they use sumo wrestling rules? Rush the heavy will have an edge.
 
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And now the Women's Heavyweight Match:


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