Thread: General Politics Karl Rove declares war on the Tea Party?
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Old 02-07-2013, 10:52 AM   #13
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Yep. GOP, Inc. exists to serve itself. They don't have much more than 20% of the public so they need some useful idiots who are willing to let themselves be whored out to advance GOP Inc's goals.


I recall Kristol suggesting the Right drop immigration some time back, since they agreed with the GOP on the vast majority of issues. No willingness on the part of Kristol to maybe drop his support of immigration as a way of unification. That's not Something that had occurred to him.
Kristol told Paul to leave the party as well. But it's Kristol, a Progressive, who needs to leave. Remember he loves Obamacare, and was thrilled to see Obama be an interventionist just like Bush. He declared Obama, a Born-Again NeoCon.
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