Re: War on the Teabaggers
- From: Cross-Slide <3t3d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2010 10:46:26 -0700 (PDT)
On Sep 17, 2:58 pm, Cliff <Clhuprichguessw...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
"The childish political thought of the Tea Party"
With his recent criticisms of Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell on
Fox News, Karl Rove kicked up a controversy. His critique of O'Donnell was
granular and well-informed. Having worked with Karl for a number of years, I
know that he is nothing if not detail-oriented. Rove has taken O'Donnell to task
for her checkered financial past, her history of litigiousness and paranoia, her
misleading statements about her educational background. These facts may not be
disqualifying for office, but they indicate a flawed, inexperienced, perennial
candidate on the model of Alan Keyes.
While Rove's critique was tough, the reaction in parts of the conservative
blogosphere has been unhinged. Michelle Malkin wrote that it "might as well have
been Olbermann on MSNBC." Mark Levin pronounced Rove at "war against the Tea
Party movement and conservatives." "In terms of the conservative movement,"
wrote Dan Riehl, "we should not simply ignore him, but proactively work to
undermine Rove in whatever ways we can, given his obvious willingness to
This reaction is revealing -- and disturbing -- for a number of reasons.
Please EXPLAIN Why you are Cross-Bombing this group with your off-
topic Cross posting attacks.
There can be NO logical explanation except you are trying to get
revenge on (what's left of) this group.
If you had a political interest, then post over there, wherever that
is. But this massive cross posting is just pure sabotage.
Please TELL us why you are doing this, or go away.
Nearly a million posts, and no friends.
No wonder you feel the need to lash out.
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