Iowa governor blasts Rove super PAC a...

Iowa governor blasts Rove super PAC as meddling

There are 3 comments on the WOI story from Feb 15, 2013, titled Iowa governor blasts Rove super PAC as meddling. In it, WOI reports that:

Efforts by leading Republicans to field better candidates in the next election are continuing to stir dissension in the party.

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Livermore, CA

#1 Feb 16, 2013
I am so loving the Republican Party right now: confused, madder than hell, ignorant (especially when it comes to rape and the female body), playing the name game instead of actually trying to solve problems, taking sips of water on national tv, looking generally unhappy (Speaker of the House during Obama's address), blathering idiots on the airwaves (Limbaugh, Hannidy, etc...), and generally Bi-Polar (the Tea Party). Oh, let's not forget the humor of G.W.Bush's many former attempts at putting rational thought into words, the screeching hysteria of Sarah "I can see Russia from my backyard" Palin, and Karl Rove's meltdown on national television on election night (my personal favorite). Hollywood comedy script writers can learn from the republicans. Oh, I forgot, they already did: They gave us Clint Eastwood mumbling to an empty chair. I would like them to next make a comedy series about the Tea Party starring Charlie Sheen during one of his manic days. Thank you republicans for all the comedy and almost destroying the USA with deregulation, corruption and greed. Since this is all cyclic, I can't wait to see what the party will do for an encore. Or better yet, maybe the increasing numbers of moderates and liberals will vote your asses out for good. Time will tell :)
C Kersey

Frisco, TX

#2 Aug 27, 2017
"The Founders believed that private property (and the right to own property) was a pinnacle aspect of being able to self-rule one's life. We know that the media won't help us, so we need to represent ourselves to the Republicans and Congress and let it be known that we want principled leaders. The establishment is going to feel politically threatened by us and the time is now for them to represent us and realize that without us, they won't be able to continue their power grabs. Eventually this house of cards will collapse unless they change course soon; enough with the Karl Rove establishment puppets that are putting the country at risk." ---Karl Rove, 21 February 2013
C Kersey

United States

#3 Aug 28, 2017
CORRECTION: Mark Levin, 21 February 2013

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