There’s no doubt that Karl Rove was an instrumental member of the Bush administration, but as White House spokesman Jay Carney would say about Benghazi, that was a long time ago. Like Miller, Rove and his dry erase board are a regular sight on Fox News, but even Sarah Palin recently stole his thunder by debuting her own “redneck white board” on Greta Van Susteren’s show — after blasting him at CPAC.
Rove was the poster boy for “establishment conservatism” at CPAC. Has Bush fatigue spread to him? It looks that way.
— blessedboymama (@blessedboymama) July 30, 2013
@DennisDMZ At least Laughton was a good actor and didn't look like a big boneless ham
— Vintageport (@vintageport014) July 30, 2013
@DennisDMZ He needs to go away. He's a disgrace to Conservatives.
— Taylor_NY (@NYPolJunkie) July 30, 2013
@DennisDMZ the gop is mired in mud because we can't get new blood to eloquently lead the discourse.
— Michael Highsmith (@click4mrh) July 30, 2013
@DennisDMZ tell O'Reilly to stop putting him on. Rove is part of the problem.
— JAF (@DrSlappyShorts) July 30, 2013
@DennisDMZ time for Rove to go. Romney was squeaky clean and couldn't get elected, what are we going to do now?
— Jsmaardyk (@jsmaardyk) July 30, 2013
@DennisDMZ Rove does little to disparage the myth of conservatives all being old white men.
— Layla (@Layla1951) July 30, 2013
@DennisDMZ I'm with you Miller. This guy is full of hot, sour air. I don't know why Fox keeps bringing this character on to bloviate.
— Karen Net (@KarenN82) July 30, 2013
Isn’t anyone out there going to stick up for “the architect”?
@dennisdmz You've been in LA too long. Image ISN'T everything.
— BDDriver (@TheBlakeDriver) July 30, 2013
@DennisDMZ Rove speaks the truth though. No one in this country knows where the votes are, and how to get those votes, better than Rove.
— Greymarch (@Greymarch) July 30, 2013
@DennisDMZ Better than James Carvelle for the DNC
— Paul Carper (@Carperhokie) July 30, 2013