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Karl Rove vs. the TEA Party.

Quantum Windbag

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And, so what?

It should be fun to watch the Establishment try to battle back against the Tea Party monster it created in 2010 and couldn't control in 2012.

Of course, the Establishment blew its wad by insisting on Mitt Romney over someone the Tea Party would have been happier with.

The only people that think the establishment created the Tea Party are the conspiracy nuts.
 

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And, so what?

It should be fun to watch the Establishment try to battle back against the Tea Party monster it created in 2010 and couldn't control in 2012.

Of course, the Establishment blew its wad by insisting on Mitt Romney over someone the Tea Party would have been happier with.

yeah right, IT created.
would be like the Democrats created the OWS?

Don't confuse him like that, facts give him a headache. We can point out that the Tea Party started by running people against the establishment, and beating them, all day long. All he understands is what he sees on MSNBC.
 

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One only imagines Dr. Frankenstein trying to stop his monster after it has destroyed the village.


First Thoughts: GOP establishment strikes back - First Read

The Sunday New York Times reported that the Karl Rove-backed American Crossroads organization is creating an offshoot, called the Conservative Victory Project, to counter the influence of groups like Club for Growth and the Senate Conservatives Fund. Its mission: to spend money in GOP primaries to make sure that candidates like Todd Akin, Richard Mourdock, Sharron Angle, and Christine O’Donnell don’t become the nominees for key Senate contests. “In effect, the establishment is taking steps to fight back against Tea Party groups and other conservative organizations that have wielded significant influence in backing candidates who ultimately lost seats to Democrats in the general election,” the Times said, adding that the Conservative Victory Project’s first effort could be in Iowa, where conservative Rep. Steve King is mulling a Senate bid.

You really don't get that the Republican Party that you claim to hate doesn't like the Tea Party, do you?

The simple fact is that the Tea Party hates the powers that be in the Republican party enough to actually do something about them, and, by opposing the Te Party, you are actually supporting the big money Republicans.

You gotta be dizzy after a spin like that.

The Tea Party exists to carry the piss bucket for the GOP. The fact that they are sloshing it around so wildly that some of it has landed on the GOP too, is just a comical accident.
 

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First Thoughts: GOP establishment strikes back - First Read

You really don't get that the Republican Party that you claim to hate doesn't like the Tea Party, do you?

The simple fact is that the Tea Party hates the powers that be in the Republican party enough to actually do something about them, and, by opposing the Te Party, you are actually supporting the big money Republicans.

You gotta be dizzy after a spin like that.

The Tea Party exists to carry the piss bucket for the GOP. The fact that they are sloshing it around so wildly that some of it has landed on the GOP too, is just a comical accident.

Sure they do, which is why Karl Rove is setting up a PAC specifically to fight them.
 
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You really don't get that the Republican Party that you claim to hate doesn't like the Tea Party, do you?

The simple fact is that the Tea Party hates the powers that be in the Republican party enough to actually do something about them, and, by opposing the Te Party, you are actually supporting the big money Republicans.

I'm actually more of a "Pox on both your houses" view. The establishment for supporting the plutocrats and the Teabaggers for being such unreasonable tools.
 

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