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Karl Rove–One Fry Short

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Every time I see Karl Rove on TV I think: First— What an arrogant little pig of a man, and Second— WHY do they keep putting him on as if he has anything of value to say?Karl Rove

Sure, he may have helped Daddy Bush get elected, and then his son, but somewhere in the secret back rooms where the powerful make their deals, Karl Rove has got the Godfather’s convinced that he is still their number one henchman….and he’s not.

Remember when he went after Missouri Congressmen,Todd Atkin, suggesting his murder would be beneficial?

Phyllis Schlafly has been on his case for years. After the last second coronation of Barack Obama, she came out in full attack at Karl Rove, and said that if the Republicans were EVER going to win again, they had to get rid of the top guys running the place…and the top on her list was Karl Rove.

Karl Rove likes to think he is the smartest man in the room, but after predicting that Mitt Romney was going to win the last election, people just got tired of him telling us what we are suppose to think

Machiavelli looks like Mickey Mouse next to the man, except that Machiavelli actually was a good advisor. Was his advice to President George W. Bush really that great?

And now, he is trying to keep Jeb Bush alive….and it’s like trying to nail Jell-O to a tree. He says….

Doom and gloom won’t win elections, Republican operative Karl Rove says, so he’ll be surprised to see Donald Trump take the GOP nomination. In an appearance Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,”  Rove was asked by host Bill O’Reilly whether he saw things like Trump, who says the country is in trouble, or like former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who is saying America is on the cusp of something great. “Look, you cannot win saying everything is going to hell in a hand basket,” Rove said. “Let’s see if he wins with that,” Rove responded.Karl and Chalkboard four

Notice, Rove isn’t attacking Rubio, just Trump.  And for good reason. And Trump HAS the most uplifting message of all the candidates. But…you have to ask yourself, what dopey adviser tells Jeb to keep saying he’s a “public service” man, and is a “servant leader” all that big pile of BS about how all the Bushes always are there to do is ‘SERVE” the people. Nobody falls for that almost laughable 17th century dictum anymore, do they? If the Bushes were such great ‘public’ servants, then whose public were they serving?

I’d rather have a man flaunt his riches, made by his own sweat, than a whole dynasty of Bushes who never EVER mention their wealth, but guard the family jewels with lofty and stupid platitudes of moronic “I am a servant with heart.”

Bull.

Maybe I could feel sorry for the man, since his stepfather left his mother after coming out with his homosexuality leaving his mother to commit suicide. That would be a hard lot to handle for any child.

But…no. I don’t. Especially after he says stupid stuff like this, which he said after one of our recent gun events:

Now maybe there’s some magic law that will keep us from having more of these. I mean basically the only way to guarantee that we will dramatically reduce acts of violence involving guns is to basically remove guns from society, and until somebody gets enough “oomph” to repeal the Second Amendment, that’s not going to happen.

What kind of republican wants to get rid of the Second Amendment?

By the way, Sandra Bullock just made a movie and moved in with Karl Rove to study him.

‘I went and lived with Karl Rove for a little bit,’ the actress revealed in an interview with the Today Show this morning. ‘He was amazing.’The movie, box office revenue was the lowest of the year, and one of the worse weekends in recent times, which show you how interested the American public is in political ‘advisors.’

No, Karl Rove is as useless to Jeb Bush as a one-way ticket to Bill Gates’s private jet.  As a trap door on a canoe.

If stupid could fly, he’d be a jet.

Having said that: Let’s hope Jeb Bush keeps listening to him.
 

November 3, 2015 Posted by | conservatives, Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

Bridge of Spies—Another Home Run for Spielberg–(Ignore the Media.)

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The last really good movie I saw, one that I wanted to actually see again, was Jurassic World. Sure, The Martian was fun, but nobody does the sets, the acting, the action, the drama, as well as Steven Spielberg. The man was just born to do what he does.

Bridge of Spies is a movie of American history, and coming at a propitious time when daily we are bombarded with news that black is white, and our whole very notion of being “American” is being torn down.  It’s A spy movie about when America traded ‘spies’ in the cold war, with the help of an insurance lawyer, who basically, against even our own government’s wishes, just does the right thing.

Yes, there still is a right, and a wrong. (even dogs know that.)

From HC Press.com:

Tom Hanks stars as James Donovan, an American attorney brought on to defend “suspected” Soviet spy Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance) in 1957 in the early stages of the Cold War. Donovan is reluctant to take on the controversial client, but is encouraged to do so by his boss (Alan Alda) because America needs to prove that it gives everyone a fair trial. In other words, America is supposed to appear morally superior to its enemies, even though Abel’s guilt has already unofficially been determined.

Yes, James Donovan (Tom Hanks) defends the Soviet spy in the same tradition that John Adams defended the British soldiers of the Boston Massacre, and the whole time I was watching this movie I couldn’t help but think of how off the course of America we have come.

Obama can now, if he believes ANYBODY to be a threat to the nation, without a trial, imprison them for whatever time he likes, and Congress let him take that power. It was never even discussed in public, and yet a fundamental American right has been taken away. With Obama’s love and protection of all who are Muslim, this scares mostly those who HE thinks are enemies…and in Obama’s world, it’s a lot of the American population.

In this movie we see a normal citizen fight for the rights and lives of BOTH ‘spies’, American and Russian, the point being driving home is they are just doing their jobs. The ‘governments’ of our world, make decisions that a normal citizen would never make.

Not to mention, (going back to Obama) —Obama didn’t even attempt to get the release of four Americans out of Iran, when he was signing his ‘historical’ nuclear deals with Iran. You can’t help but compare Obama of today, with the past man in this movie, James Donovan, a nobody from some law firm, who goes on to get thousands of people released from jail in communist countries—which you learn as a footnote at the end.

Too bad we don’t have a James Donovan today.

As I left the theater, I wanted to see this beautifully told and meticulously crafted movie a few more times…but I can’t help but wonder why Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks continue in real life to support Obama? Why?

It’s a dichotomy that remains inexplicable: How many liberal actors make their living by blowing up people on screens with guns, and yet, want all guns banned? And how can directors and actors who make uplifting themes of the goodness of America, endorse someone like Obama? The MOST Un-American President to ever hold the office. How?

Is it really just all about the money? Can somebody answer that to me please? (I have my suspicions, but would love to hear yours.)

Anyway, go see the movie, because the PR is telling everyone NOT to.

You’ll want to see it…one more time.

 

November 3, 2015 Posted by | American History, Uncategorized | , , | Leave a comment

   

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