Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Torches and Pitchforks

The creation of the Conservative Victory Project, Karl Rove’s new PAC, created to counter the monster he created, has disturbed the monsters.

“Their idea of the most electable presidential candidate was Mitt Romney, and before him John McCain and before him Bob Dole,” said Brent Bozell, the leader of For America, a social media group (MLSMG) that identifies its goals as promoting limited government, a strong national defense and Judeo-Christian values.

“These fake conservatives need to go away before they do more damage,” he said in an e-mail and blog post yesterday, referring to those behind the victory project. [...]

The Tea Party Express, a political action committee based in California, said in a statement that Rove is making a “big mistake” that won’t lead to victories in 2014.

Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots Inc., based in Georgia, issued a statement calling Rove part of “the consultant class” that “has been on the wrong side of history.”

Martin said it is “time for conservatives to wake-up and stop funding their sabotage of conservatism.”

For the rest of us, the choice comes down to choosing between Orville Redenbacher or Jiffy-Pop.

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