Monday, December 8, 2008

Karl Rove is a whiny baby

Karl Rove is pissed off. Not over the burning shambles of the country he helped set ablaze, but because mean people who don't like his buddy George. He's gonna write a book about it. About all those ingrates who were unwilling to accept the constant and unceasing partisanship from Rove and the Bush White House.
Much of Washington, Rove said, never accepted Bush as a legitimate president and "acted accordingly."
Also reserved for between the covers of Rove's book is his checklist of the "great many of the political actors in this town (who) never accepted him as a legitimate president."

"I've got behind-the-scenes episodes that are going to show how unreceiving they were of this man as president of the United States," Rove said, adding: "I'm going to name names and show examples."
Oh great, 400 pages of "And this guy totally wouldn't talk to me at a cocktail party and then this other asshole totally went to the media to complain about my total politicization of government." Quit bitching, you largely got everything you wanted, enacted everything you wanted to enact, especially after 9/11 when you went on a concerted campaign to tar anyone with even the mildest opposition with being anti-American and 'not supporting the troops'. Or electing Democrats would guarantee terrorist attacks.

That you got everything you wanted and then proceeded to ruin this country with it is not the fault of some guy at some think tank who thought you were doing irreparable harm to the country, some Democrat who didn't like being called a terrorist appeaser, or some reporter who reported on the myriad of crimes and clusterfucks you watched over. But I guess I shouldn't be talking to you like you're an honest man trying to sort things out on the level. Here's a tip: since you can't actually put the names of 70%+ of the country into a memoir, put your enemies list/obstructors/people who stood in your way name namery up on the web so people can see if they are on it or add their name to it. I want my credit for standing in the way of your 'permanent Republican majority'. It's still funny to remember you said that.

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