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Trump, Levin Right About Rove
Breitbart´s Big Government, by David Bossie

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Posted By:KarenJ1, 2/16/2013 8:28:30 AM

If you’re a donor or potential donor to Karl Rove’s group American Crossroads, I recommend you listen to Mark Levin’s recent interview with Donald Trump, because they disclosed some long overdue truths that needed to be said. Trump and Levin made several points that donors, the media, and the political class can no longer ignore and frankly should have picked up on long ago. When you see the facts all laid out, you’ll be asking yourself the same question as Levin: “I would say to the wealthy donors out there,

Trump may irritate you at times, but he is never afraid to tell the truth.


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Reply 1 - Posted by: Alpha91c, 2/16/2013 8:38:43 AM     (No. 9179607)

Karl Rove does not have the best interests of the country in mind.

Reply 2 - Posted by: J F Ackerman, 2/16/2013 8:41:17 AM     (No. 9179611)

Trump´s exactly correct about Rove. I´ll throw in that neither Rove or G.W. are or ever were conservatives. They always have been mainstream establishment. What I will give Rove is, when personally motivated- not financially motivated- he is one of those campaign managers who instinctively understands that campaigns are won in the myriad little details and grass-roots, precinct by precinct hard work done by millions of worker bees. On the other hand, his day as a campaign manager have come and gone.




Reply 3 - Posted by: Susannah, 2/16/2013 8:47:05 AM     (No. 9179623)

I´m totally, positively, absolutely sure that Donald Trump´s sudden emergence in the media again has NOTHING whatsoever to do with the fact that the seventh season of "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" is premiering in a few weeks.

Reply 4 - Posted by: OhMy, 2/16/2013 9:01:33 AM     (No. 9179646)

Trump is back in Levin´s good graces since the days before the election when Levin was warning anybody tempted to make a third party run for POTUS and elect Obama. Now they are both working on the longer term cause of a third party disaster namely Carl Rove who always promotes RINO´s and attacks the tea party candidates. If Rove isn´t stopped there will be a third party effort leaving many election cycles of Rat wins! Levin exposed the Rove lie about being a Reagan supporter in Texas. Rove supported Bush first and always and only supported Reagan when he chose a Bush for vice president making him next up!

Reply 5 - Posted by: secondtimelucky, 2/16/2013 9:06:21 AM     (No. 9179656)

´´stroking a check´´. I haven´t heard that term since my dad was around. Author has some old school roots...

Reply 6 - Posted by: Rumblehog, 2/16/2013 9:16:28 AM     (No. 9179675)

Liberals referred to Rove as "Bush´s brain." In other words, liberals respected him, not hated him. If liberals like a "republican", like they did Crist, Ahhnold, Hagel, etc., you KNOW something is wrong.

Next to John McCain, Bob Dole, and Gerald Ford as Presidential candidates, Tokyo Rove is the best gift Democrats ever got.

Reply 7 - Posted by: Davids918, 2/16/2013 9:45:08 AM     (No. 9179755)

#4, I believe what Rove is against is the social conservative agenda that´s way off the mainstream like Akin had. Even if Akin believed that comment he needed to learn how to comment in a different way.
Besides, Tea Party is fiscal conservativism, right? And this needs to be the focus not social issues.

#6, the Democrats hate Rove, but will use him today as wedge within the GOP to help them win elections which is all the Democrat left cares about.




Reply 8 - Posted by: JAN, 2/16/2013 9:45:49 AM     (No. 9179760)

Levin and Trump absolutely perfect together.

Publicity whores united.

Reply 9 - Posted by: Catherine, 2/16/2013 9:58:48 AM     (No. 9179794)

I´ve come to the conclusion that the Republicans are worse than Obama. He flat out says what he wants to do and goes about doing it - (destroying the country.) The Republicans have zero going on for them. Nothing. Nada. They can´t even stand up to someone like Obama who´s every breath is a lie. Unless the Republicans choose someone the majority of US want next time, I won´t be voting anymore. There´s nothing left to vote for.

Reply 10 - Posted by: StormCnter, 2/16/2013 10:08:46 AM     (No. 9179827)

"the Democrats hate Rove, but will use him today as wedge within the GOP"

And, #7, you can see from these threads how easily we fall for it.

I´m enjoying the Trump/Levin love-ins. Trump is a flim-flam expert and Levin is a perfect mark.

Reply 11 - Posted by: olcap, 2/16/2013 10:21:40 AM     (No. 9179856)

Whatever Trump said, should be meaningless to most people. He´s nothing but a blowhard who has used people like those who come here, more than once. Don´t let him use you again, please.

But he did speak the truth.

Reply 12 - Posted by: Gallo3, 2/16/2013 10:22:43 AM     (No. 9179858)

One thing pretty obvious- Trump -along with a lot of other
so-called A-listers- browses L Dot for ideas.
Tokyo Rove- The Architect of Socialist Catastrophe- can take zero credit for Bush´s re-election in 2004.
That credit goes solely to The Swift Boat Veterans For The Truth.
Just as Boehner had nothing to do with the Republican takeover of the House in 2010.
The Tea Party presented him with the Speakership.
He does not seem very grateful now, does he.




Reply 13 - Posted by: zephyrgirl, 2/16/2013 10:34:28 AM     (No. 9179884)

The problem with our government is the liberal democrats and the go-along democrat lite Republican party. I´ve can´t standthe Republicans who are afraid of a negative mention in the NY Slimes or missing a cocktail party invitation.

A pox on both parties.

Reply 14 - Posted by: noproblems, 2/16/2013 10:40:01 AM     (No. 9179902)

Trump may be right but he and Doomberg are in the running for the biggest buffoon in NYC, which would put them in the running for the biggest buffoon in the world.

Reply 15 - Posted by: dirtydave, 2/16/2013 10:46:05 AM     (No. 9179916)

Rove just proves there is good money to be made by losing.

Reply 16 - Posted by: SheikYerBooty, 2/16/2013 10:59:45 AM     (No. 9179945)

RINOs have already killed the Republican Party and have joined forces their fellow progressive statists to kill our nation.

Reply 17 - Posted by: Sunhan65, 2/16/2013 11:08:41 AM     (No. 9179967)

Like Palin, Rove has now become a totem object for people to channel their disagreements through. Some people claim our problems can be solved if we run more responsible candidates and say they support Rove because he´ll pick winners. They resist any attempt to define what conservatism is and resent all efforts to apply those definitions in deciding who are candidates should be. They complain about purity tests. They blame various conservative stereotypes for trying to nominate unelectable candidates and then blame the same groups when their own preferred candidates lose elections.

They are, in short, the people who brought you Romney 2012. Yet these same responsible Republicans never take responsibility for that debacle. Instead, they blame religious conservatives, Sharron Angle, Newt Gingrich, voter fraud, and viewers like me. Well, I voted for their guy last time and he lost. Now I want them to demonstrate their sense of fairness and unity and help me nominate a strong conservative candidate in 2016. Who knows? We might even win one for a change.




Reply 18 - Posted by: starboard, 2/16/2013 11:36:56 AM     (No. 9180036)

Big Mouth and Loud Mouth are now helping the Dems with their anti Rove sideshow.

Conservatives need to focus on the enemy not each other. You never see this type of behavior come from the Dems. This is little boy gamesmanship at its finest.

Reply 19 - Posted by: tomishere, 2/16/2013 11:37:21 AM     (No. 9180038)

And the beat goes on, Ive seen moderates savage Sara Palin and watched posters bemoan that, as they should. The same posters then savage anyone in office who they perceive not to be conservative enough, then we lose elections and wonder why. #3 you show the capacity for thought to bad so many are incapable of that.
I´m confused about some of the criticism of Rove on one hand we criticize because he funded losing candidates after the primary process in the general election, then we criticize him for trying to weed out bad candidates in the primary process, I don´t see the logic. The real scary part of this so many conservatives forgot who the enemy is, they can be easily manipulated by the media and they don´t know it´s happening.

Reply 20 - Posted by: Eheu Fugaces, 2/16/2013 12:00:25 PM     (No. 9180081)

#1 - Karl Rove has the best interests of Karl Rove at the forefront of his mind.

Reply 21 - Posted by: spartan60, 2/16/2013 12:15:55 PM     (No. 9180113)

I cannot STAND Rove. I have a list of FOX "contributors" that make my skin crawl. Rove, Geraldo, Beckle and Colms (probably misspelled, but you know who I mean) to name a few. I practically trip over a foot stool in my haste to change channels when any of them appear on the screen.

Reply 22 - Posted by: OhMy, 2/16/2013 12:48:18 PM     (No. 9180183)

Levin and Trump are not "falling for" the tea party. Rove has his list which he continually reminds us of tea party candidates who won the primary and lost the general election. How about the much longer list, with Romney at the top, of RINO´s who won the primary with Rove support and lost the general election. The next thing which needs to be understood is the loyalty of the side which lost the primary to the primary winner in the general election. Levin got behind Romney while Rove continues to sabotage tea party candidates in the general election. We need a complete score card on party loyalty after the primary elections as well as winners of the general election. There are a lot more relevant cases than Akin and Mourdock.



Reply 23 - Posted by: Dixie, 2/16/2013 1:19:19 PM     (No. 9180252)

Rove has a certain level of dated expertise, just like Dick Morris.

Fox dumped Morris, and should dump Rove.

Reply 24 - Posted by: King of all trolls, 2/16/2013 1:37:34 PM     (No. 9180272)

Levin is a blithering idiot who has cost us 5 Senate seats: Angle, Buck, Not A Witch, Akin, and Moerdock. Trump is merely a salesman in perpetual search of a dumb crowd. Rove is not perfect, but he does have an impressive track record, unlike the hysterical shouter.

Reply 25 - Posted by: Sunhan65, 2/16/2013 1:54:25 PM     (No. 9180289)

#19, I´m genuinely enjoying your posts lately. (Even the ones that make me look stupid). We agree that unity is important, and if I thought Karl Rove was in the business of weeding out unelectable candidates, I´m all for that. However, I get the feeling that, in Karl Rove´s eyes, I am the business--that he wants to weed out precisely the kind of candidates I think we need. I believe we need a massive infusion of conservative common sense or our country will die. Candidates like that are rare, and may look risky to a tactician like Rove. Hopefully next time we´ll find a candidate we can all agree on because what we´re doing lately hasn´t been working. (Apologies to all for the second post).

Reply 26 - Posted by: Timber Queen, 2/16/2013 2:00:18 PM     (No. 9180296)

I would love to "focus on the enemy" but first I need a political party that does the same. It would be nice if the GOP was an opposition party instead of an enabler. I´m tired of waiting for the Republican Party to actually support and defend the Constitution. Progressivism is the enemy and too many elected GOPers have embraced this ideology. Just as the Dems are the enemy within, the RINOs are the enemy within the GOP. All of them are progressives and care only for their own power, perks, and money. I do not feel this way because I´m falling for Dem or media manipulation, I feel this way from observing the Republican Party hacks for the last several decades, and most importantly over the last four. If conservatives are leaving the GOP, its because we have no representation in the party "leaders". The "stupid party" is only the "right" wing of the Progressive Party.

Reply 27 - Posted by: M Stuart, 2/16/2013 5:09:51 PM     (No. 9180596)

The Republican Party is big enough for Rove and Cruz.

Rove just needs to leave us alone when we have an opportunity to upgrade reps & senators.

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