Karl Rove Backpedals, SulksAfter claiming some credit for Barack Obama's presidential win, longtime Bush loyalist Karl Rove barely endures the rest of his Q&A with notorious left-wing rag The New York Times. We'd like to know what kind of "funny stamps" Rove used to decorate his congratulatory note to Obama.
After claiming some credit for Barack Obama’s presidential win, longtime Bush loyalist Karl Rove barely endures the rest of his Q&A with left-wing rag The New York Times. We’d like to know what kind of “funny stamps” Rove used to decorate his congratulatory note to Obama.
Wait, before you go…
The New York Times:
Do you think you’re negative? No.
You’ve never repudiated President Bush. No. And I never will. He did the right things.
What about Iraq and the economy? The world is a better place with Saddam Hussein gone.
Do you have any advice for him at this point? With all due respect, I don’t need you to transmit what I want to say to my friend of 35 years.
Remember, attack politics are out. It’s a new age of civilized discourse. You’re the one who hurt my feelings by saying you didn’t trust me.
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