“OK, we’ll have a side order of bipolar, a big heaping pile of paranoia slathered with Obsessive-Compulsive behavior sauce, and for desert… schizophrenia with extra anxiety nuts.”
by Ken Carman
Immediately I heard some folks on the left respond to Mr. Rove’s comments about Hillary with the typical come back both sides use, which in this case amounted to, “Yeah, well you’re ‘brain damaged.’”
Such comebacks usually translate into, “Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah.”
Karl Rove, in my unprofessional opinion, is not mentally ill, or “damaged” in the same sense he insinuated Hillary was. And let’s be honest here: he insinuated. There is a difference: much of what Donald Sterling and Cliven Bundy said and did can be classified as racism, or the opposite of being a true patriot. What Rove said, and does: far more insidious. But let’s be honest again: the job Rove does sort of requires such of political operatives, Karl’s just quite talented in that regard. This time, however, he screwed up… almost as bad as he screwed up insisting the tide was going to turn after the second time votes were supposed to be funneled out of state to a server, like 04 and Tennessee.
Three cheers for Anonymous. Having been involved in that campaign and when the votes came back “washed” after being funneled off to Tennessee, it was obvious what had happened. And Karl’s surprise, his insistence that the tide would turn, was damn near a guilty plea, in my opinion.
Brain damaged? Nah, I doubt it. But if we’re talking about Karl being a sociopath, well, that’s another conversation. Rove’s main sociopath-like talents are at starting such whisper campaigns, smearing folks and destroying their reputations. Kind of like Don Siegelman
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