“She works out every week. She is strong. She is doing great.”
The Fox News contributor attempts to explain comments he made about former Secretary of State’s health.
A day after Karl Rove warned Obama’s gun laws will lead to a national registry of gun owners, the White House says that’s baloney.
From Boehner and Cantor to Rove and Ryan, conservative firebrand has nothing nice to say.
Even as he wars with the Tea Party, George W. Bush’s political Svengali briefs House Republicans on the ways of messaging.
The end of the Sarah Palin era at Fox News was a long time coming.
Thanksgiving in the political Twittersphere.
The Simpsons take on the Karl Rove freakout.
Rove said hindsight is 20/20.
“We have a period of reflection and recalibration ahead for the Republican Party,” John Cornyn says.
When Karl Rove went nuts on the air, the network handled it well — but you reap what you sow.
The former Bush guru’s Fox News meltdown was amazing television.
Founder of unskewedpolls.com wouldn’t concede that Obama had won and Romney had lost. Team Karl Rove.
“We’ve got to be careful about calling things when we have like 991 vote separating the two candidates and a quarter of the vote left to count.”
Fox News really knows how to transition to a commercial break.
It sounds something like an animal dying.
Crossroads GPS — the advocacy group founded by Karl Rove — announced the start of a major television spending campaign over the next month. The ads will air in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio and Virginia and address the nation’s debt and the slow economic recovery.
Crossroads GPS, the Super PAC backed by Karl Rove, is spending $25 million on television ads this month — the same amount as the Obama campaign. New ad attacks Obama for broken promises.
The ad from “Veterans for a Strong America” attacks Obama for, it says, taking too much credit for ordering the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. The endorsement of Karl Rove, whose allies attacked John Kerry’s military service in 2004, will help the group raise money and encourage its anonymous backers.
An Obama-bashing commercial by Karl Rove’s Super PAC appears to sample from an ’80s electronica hit — but Yello did not approve this message.
A sample from the forgotten band Yello seems to figure in today’s attack on Obama for being too “cool.” Watch this video, and decide for yourself. H/T Dorsey Shaw
That was quick. (Via deleateme)
He was briefing Barclays employees and clients on the state of the race.
Presenting BuzzFeed’s picks for the top videos that defined 2010. Whether we were amazed or appalled, emotions ran high in a year that the line between viral and mainstream virtually disappeared. In no particular order, here are the top 20. How many have you seen?
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Hey ladies: former GOP consigliere and noted Turd Blossom Karl Rove got a divorce last week. 2010 seems like a great year for a Republican hate f*ck!
Former Deputy Chief of Staff and Fox News regular, Karl Rove, just confirmed the validity of his Twitter. We have our Shaqs and now, we have a Karl Rove. Fantastic.
Apparently, President Bush and Karl Rove had an ongoing reading contest to see who could read the most books. Hmm. I think most of us would still rather invite a shirtless Obama into our Albert Camus Book Club than a bookwormy Bush.
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Yes, it’s what The Daily Show is known best for: recognizing hypocritical blowhards in politics. But this clip, in which Jon Stewart so effortlessly lambasts right-wing luminaries Karl Rove and Bill O’Reilly as they bemoan the alleged sexism being faced by Sarah Palin, is a must-see. And to think: it’s very likely the interns sifting through endless footage at The Daily Show who are quietly rocking the political stratosphere. Go get ‘em, kids.
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