Friday, September 17, 2010

“I Find Your Lack of Faith Disturbing”

Karl Rove has seen the error of his ways after dissing Christine O’Donnell on Tuesday night after she won the Delaware primary.

Since he made that comment, commentators from Michelle Malkin to Sarah Palin to Rush Limbaugh have called Rove everything from incompetent to traitorous. The end result? Rove has come to embody the “establishment” in discussions about O’Donnell. And as anyone knows, this year, the “establishment” label on a Republican resume is about as popular as a meat dress at a PETA meeting.

So perhaps it’s no surprise that Rove buckled under the pressure of his right-wing critics, rushing onto Fox [Thursday] morning to change the narrative. How can you call me establishment? he asked. I supported Sharron Angle for goodness’ sake! And as to that whole “the GOP Senate majority is doomed” thing, Rove is now claiming that not only does he think O’Donnell can win, he actually orchestrated sending NRSC money to her campaign.

I knew he would come crawling back, and I always suspected Mr. Rove was a wimp; most bullies are.