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The RINO as Architect: Camouflage and Consequences

2010/03/10

Karl Rove’s new memoir is out…

…and this publication has an axe to grind with the former Senior Advisor, Lightning Rod and Deputy Chief of Staff to Dubya. Nay – many axes to grind.

Mr. Rove has successfully masqueraded as a “conservative” for decades. Has he ever championed the libertarian small-government values and policies at the core of the conservative movement? Has he ever challenged effete ‘progressives’ in the Republican Country Club?

That RINO horn is still a lightning rod, attracting the derision and scorn of a betrayed libertarian-conservative electorate. On the substantive issues of Liberty and Prosperity, he scored solid D‘s while ‘serving’ the President. On National Security, only a B-. Rove shares blame with Dubya for the massive Iran and NK failures.

Even Dubya’s throwing the base Justices Alito and Roberts at SCOTUS was far less an ideological preference as a cynical distraction, rather like Johnny English’s tossing squeaky toys at guard dogs. Mr. Rove has left us one Hell of a mess to sort-out.

The consequences of pretending to support American values while promoting a ‘progressive’ statist agenda has been the monumental failure of the Republican Party both as a brand and Republican failure as a legislative alternative to the extremist-Left Democrats. Much of that failure rests on Karl Rove’s shoulders.

The Architect“.

. . .

This publication suggests that instead of buying Mr. Rove’s book, donate instead to Soldier’s Angels or to a Libertarian-leaning Conservative candidate in your district.

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