Friday, June 24, 2005

More Rove

Ah, the cacophony.

NYT: "Karl was simply pointing out the different philosophies and different approaches when it comes to winning the war on terrorism," said Scott McClellan.

Froomkin: Chief of Staff Andrew H. Card Jr. had this to say on CNN : "Karl Rove's speech was a speech that I think reflected some of the rhetoric that a lot of people feel."

Post: Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman said a litany of comments by Democratic elected officials and their liberal allies underscored Rove's point. "It is outrageous," he said, "that the same Democratic leaders who refused to repudiate or criticize Dick Durbin's slandering of our military are now attacking Karl Rove for stating the facts. . . . Karl didn't say the Democratic Party. He said liberals."

People, amidst all of this weak-assed spin, don't forget that Karl Rove essentially said that "the motives of liberals" are to put "America's men and women in uniform in greater danger."

To which, the only rational, reasoned response is: Fuck you.


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