In the words of one Gomer Pile (USMC): Surprise, surprise, surprise! Rove is going to use fearmongering as a strategy in November:

Embattled White House adviser Karl Rove vowed Friday to make the war on terrorism a central campaign issue in November. (AP)

You don’t say. I love that Dean replied by reminding Mr. Rove that he should be fucking fired anyway!

Democratic Party chairman Howard Dean denounced Rove’s remarks and renewed his call for the deputy White House chief of staff to be fired for his role in leaking a CIA official’s name. “That is both unpatriotic and wrong,” Dean said.

Uh, hello!! Why is Karl even talking? I wonder if Karl has taken the Reality Based Quiz?

The best was this little ditty:

The GOP’s progress during the last four decades is a stunning political achievement. But it is also a cautionary tale of what happens to a dominant party in this case, the Democrat Party when its thinking becomes ossified; when its energy begins to drain; when an entitlement mentality takes over; and when political power becomes an end in itself rather than a mean to achieve the common goal

You mean like the Abramoff thing? Or your CIA leak? Shit like that? Or maybe you are making a comparison to the little Delay situation? In debate we call this “flipping”. When your opponent makes your best argument, your speeches are generally very short. You just stand up and flip it. Flip it for real. I would say there is a strong entitlement mentality within todays republican party and that power is an end in itself.

2006 is time for a change. If you don’t believe me, ask the American people. Take a look at Bush’s poll numbers.

This administration, their Neo-con friends, and the republican party has made us LESS safe, turning Iraq into the most sophisticated terrorist training grounds of the modern era. The chief instigator of 9/11 is still on the loose – let’s remind them of that every single fucking time we hear 9/11 be used as a stage prop in their fear and loathing campaign. Say goodnight Karl.

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