Friday, December 27, 2013

On the Hustings

(Karl Rove): "My fearless political predictions for 2014"

(CNN): "Poll: Clinton deadlocked with Christie but leads other GOP presidential possibilities"

(USA Today): "In 2014, can Obama leave setbacks behind?"

(Real Clear Politics): "Poll: Republicans widen lead in generic ballot"

(Politicker): "Anthony Weiner hints of another comeback attempt"


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  • I have no idea why you linked to Karl Rove's article, much less without a rel=nofollow. It was nothing but a self-aggrandizing rant about how "right" he was. He's still pushing the IRS scandal that has been thoroughly debunked. He thinks that Obama's disapproval rating will go even higher, which I think is unlikely. He predicts for Obamacare the same talking points that Republicans have been pushing for three years now. He takes potshots at Obama. "Mr. Obama will do what he does when in trouble: attack." What does that even mean?

    He admitted in passing that he was wrong about unemployment being 8% instead of its much lower 7%. That's a huge error, given that unemployment doesn't go down as far as it should because more people go back to looking for work. So he was off by just two million people.

    His predictions sound more like his hopes. He hopes that Syria turns into Rwandan. He hopes that the Iran nuclear deal falls apart. He even goes so far as to say that Obama squandered the "victory in Iraq." The victory? I used to think that Rove was fat, but that's just his enormous balls that fill out his coat.

    But I wonder why you linked to this. He does not deserve to be linked to, at least without serious analysis of the total bullshit he's peddling. I know that The Reaction readers are smart and well informed, but this one is a bridge too far.

    By Blogger Unknown, at 8:07 PM  

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