For Carl Rove It’s All About Political Power
“Someone needs to tell Carl Rove that his time has come and gone. If we want his advice, we’ll ask for it.”
By Dell Hill
- or even why - the person involved in moderating a political debate
becomes “news” is beyond me. But that’s the case today, as Carl Rove
wades in with his opinion that the Republican National Committee should
strongly urge all candidates to avoid the debate that has Donald Trump
as its moderator.
Watch Rove’s blathering and then I’ll tell you why he feels this way.
It’s all about political POWER, my friends.
Rove has held an enormous amount of political power for many
years...and now it’s slipping away. Rove has an ego the size of Texas
and his influence is seen as waning. That’s exactly why he’s spoken out
against Sarah Palin. And that’s exactly why he’s speaking out now
against Donald Trump. They are both seen as threats to his political
influence and he can’t bear to see that happen.
long as Carl Rove has his Fox News soapbox, he’s going to attempt to
influence anything and everything the Republican party does. In the
process, the TEA party (most especially) and the conservative political
movement will suffer. Rove will drive a wedge into the process to keep
the conservatives from overtaking the moderate Republicans every chance
it was Carl Rove who pulled all of the strings when George W. Bush was
President and the man refuses to let go of those strings! Bush
constantly cited Rove as the mastermind of his administration and
political career and, now that Bush is gone, Rove feels entitled to
continue calling the shots.
Someone needs to tell Carl Rove that his time has come and gone. If we want his advice, we’ll ask for it.