Leave the door open for the media to pry. "What do you mean he's been dishonest?" Then go into his past a little bit. Let people know the types of people George W. Bush relies on. Let people know the types of things Karl Rove practiced in college to get ahead., such as this:
But Rove acknowledges that, in 1970, he used a false identity to gain entry to the campaign offices of Illinois Democrat Alan Dixon, who was running for state treasurer. Once inside, Rove swiped some letterhead stationery and sent out 1,000 bogus invitations to the opening of the candidate's headquarters promising "free beer, free food, girls and a good time for nothing."It's not like he was selling weed or using fake IDs. He was breaking the trust of as many people as he could. He hasn't changed a bit.
Once Democrats figure out how to open the door on scumbags like this guy they'll start to get somewhere.
Earlier this year Scumator John Cornyn of (shockingly) Texas, made the comment that the reason for courthouse violence against judges might be because of the "ideological" decisions judges have made. In other words, liberals on the bench have created the backlash. This was in response to Judge Lefkow's family being murdered by a psycho. This was the Conservative response from the Senator from Texas.
Did John Cornyn face a major backlash himself because of it? No chance. In fact, he got face time on television to "clarify" his remarks. That's right, he got free airtime for a week to expound on his comments. He ducked a bit, claimed he didn't mean to say this, or that, or whatever. But he certainly had his moment. Now he's seemingly a party leader. His comments are almost mainstream to the psycho fucks that vote for him.
Democrats needs to figure this shit out, and it starts with leaving the door open for reporters to ask, pry, get you on their shows to "expound" on what they said earlier, and then "clarify."
Back to Rove. His college crimes may not seem like a big deal, but I've always judged a crime by how much it hurts others. If you steal, or deceive ordinary every day Janes & Joes then you're doing something wrong. Rove is that type of guy. In fact, those are the worst types of people. This guy hasn't changed a bit. He certainly hasn't suffered from what he's done. In fact, his actions have lead him right to the top. Right to the office of the President of the United States, an honest man, of course.
We'll see if this guy gets fired. We'll see how the White House reacts. We'll see how the White House defends, or doesn't defend Rove.
The other day Bush was being interviewed in Denmark. It was probably the height of US embarrassment in a lonnnnnng time. If you didn't see it, you should. It was ridiculous. He sounds like a child. In fact, I'm going to write another piece on it momentarily. Point is, he defended Attorney General Alberto Gonzales against those who don't care for his work (I'm being nice).
Gonzales is being considered for the Supreme Court. Bush was upset that people spoke harshly about him during his confirmation process for AG. Bush defended his friend. It was like watching a child. Truly amazing. Actually, I'm not going to post about it. Just watch it.
Lets see how Bush defends his "friend" Karl Rove from the attacks. Lets see if he's willing to standby a dishonest man like this.
Oh yeah, seriously, WATCH IT. Watch how dumb he is. Watch how when he starts making a comment he can't just stop, cut it off, and move on. Compare and contrast with Prime Minister Rasmussen. Bush has to go on, and on, and on, digging, and digging, and digging. True sign of a childlike mind. Watch how angry he is at the SWEDES! THE SWEDES! Imagine, a press conference not completely scripted.
Watch how pissed he gets as he asks himself questions. Himself! He yells about Kyoto, as if someone challenged him. Seriously, pure comedy, but pure sadness for the world.
"Fossil fuels, heh!"
Also, count the number of times he says "Freedom."
So that's my rant, which has swirled around my head since I went to Vegas.