The Establishment Empire Strikes Back.
Obviously people like Karl Rove can’t believe what they’re seeing and don’t really understand it. Trump is ruining everything!
Do you support Trump? Do you consider yourself silly?
Is the $18 trillion in debt piled on by supposedly sensible people a little silly too maybe?
45 thoughts on “Rove: The Trump “Summer of Silliness””
Give the man a really big whiteboard, so he can bang it over his head until he sees stars.
Well, I might be willing to volunteer for that job. I am SO over Rove and his white boards! I flip the channel whenever he pops on my screen these days.
Every time my father hears the name of Karl Rove he spews the “7 words you can’t say” (George Carlin) to explain Karl Rove
Look in the mirror Karl (and all establishment Repubs)…silly is as silly does!
He may not have a reflection in the mirror.
Thanks AFVet. I needed a laff today.
That says it all, AFVet!!! Post of the day!
Check his teeth.
Ha ha. Let me get my string of garlic, and I might chance it.
He doesn’t. I’m certain of it.
Sorry–I don’t do Rove.
Ha, I see the strategy now…attack the supporters (like they did Sarah’s in 2008). The GOPe certainly didn’t help McCain/Palin that year which gave us Obama for 8. Ugh.
The GOPe is beginning to get their head handed to them.
I am watching for Boehner to lose his position as Speaker.
That issue is not finished yet.
My Rep is Billy Long, he rode in on the 2010 Tea Party wave and has since become one of Boehner’s most reliable boot lickers.
At a Town Hall here in town last Thursday he actually had the gall to say the Boehner was a good conservative because he hadn’t proposed any earmarks in his 25 years on the Hill. We’re working on getting a primary opponent to run against him as this is one of the most conservative parts of the country and to have to listen to crap like that from a still self described Tea Partier is more than we can handle.
I think Boehner is a lot like Obama.
He rules by intimidation.
At any rate, we shall see if he can be removed.
It’s doable Geoff, look what we did to Eric Cantor in Virginia :) They found a sweet Economics professor from a private college and BOOM! Beat Cantor in the primary!!
We need a good dose of Dave Brat in EVERY district!
They’ve been on the attack. Last I heard we were ‘crazies and wackos’.
So were the Founders. Probably a little drunk too. Why else would otherwise sane, intelligent human beings decide one day to go to war with the most powerful military in the world?
The desire for independence from a monarchy.
…nowadays I NEED to drink to talk ‘politics’…
When they threw that insult out, they forgot to mention that the true crazies and wackos or maniacs as I call them were laughing once again.
I have my issues with Trump regarding his useless twitter wars that only hurt what otherwise is a positive, restore America message, but when I heard Rove this morning I was yelling at the radio.
In my mind, he and the Republican establishment are actually worse than the Dems right now. At least with the Dems you know where you stand and what you have to fight.
With Rove et al there isn’t even an inkling of fighting for anything “American” other than they holding onto their political power.
And the fact that Fox keeps him employed, speaks volumes to me. So high the volume that I watch less and less of it with each passing day. (I will NOT however give up Special Report and Bret Baier. No better news show on the air on any channel.)
Rant over till Obama or Rove utter their next word. :)
The GOPe’s volume will escalate as the threat becomes more intrusive to their agenda to place their candidate in office.
We’ve been there before and Rove is not the one to administer it.
He’s a snake, a has been, someone that should be ignored.
I don’t know yet about Trump, will have to wait and see.
The rest of them are fodder for popcorn and hours of mental exercises.
This reminds me of Dick Morris…..and we saw what happened to him.
He was less smarmy–even with the toe sucking.
I agree about Baier. You do learn more in the first 15 minutes of his show than from watching Fox shows all day.
x2! I DVR it and try to watch it every evening.
Silliness: nothing silly about how recently elected GOPers are not standing up to this administration.
Hey Karl: put down the donut and listen up… America is tired of business as usual in DC. And if you cannot see that, you, buddy, are part of the problem. You can bellow all you want and predict that Trump is a flash in the pan but there is something in the air.
Not saying Trump is the man, but he has sparked a nerve in the American voter that has not been seen in a generation, or two..
The further you get down the road, the louder you have to yell.
I don’t know yet about Trump either,…but he sure is making them yell.
Not saying Trump is the man, don’t know about Trump…I see a little daylight…
has any one else noticed Rove looks like Ben Franklin, without the lightening….
And without the wit.
Rove is the Elmer Fudd of politics.
Sit back and enjoy the show Star.
They’re just getting warmed up.
I cannot abide Karl Rove. I finally had to stop watching Hannity b/c he fawned all over this tubby little mongrel, christening him “The Architect.”
There is an excellent commentary on RedState on the coming demise of the Republican Party b/c of the idiots that refuse to face reality and think their gravy train is going to go on forever. That train is coming to a screeching halt.
tubby little mongrel–you made me laff and I am not usually into all the names, but that was choice.
Breaking News, http://www.weaselzippers.us
State Dept. finds 150 Emails on Hilla.’s server that had classified information on them.
He is part of the reason we are seeing the end of the Republican party, in my view.
More off topic bad news:
2 British journalist working for Vice News & a translator arrested on charges of being members of I****.
110 years ago, this stuff is not new…..
“Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. To destroy this invisible government, to befoul the unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics is the first task of the statesmanship of the day.” -Theodore Roosevelt, April 19, 1906
Can we ever change this?
Ugh, that “invisible government” perfectly describes today’s elected leaders, particularly the Republicans, who forget they are supposed to represent US!
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