Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Um, Senator Clinton, Karl Rove Is Not Your Friend

You would think the woman that coined the term "Vast Right Wing Conspiracy" would know which politicos to trust when they open their mouths. Apparently she has lost her touch and all sense of reality when she used excerpts from Karl Rove to say that she is the stronger candidate. Clinton is either grasping at straws to remain relative in the twilight of her campaign or has lost all sense of reality.

From RawStory:

At a campaign stop in Prestonburg, Kentucky, Sen. Hillary Clinton said that an election analysis by a firm led by Karl Rove supports the argument that she is a stronger Democratic candidate than Sen. Barack Obama.

Said Clinton, "There've been a lot of analysis [sic] about which of us is stronger to win against Sen. McCain, and I believe I am the stronger candidate. And just today I found some curious support for that position when one of the TV networks released an analysis done by -- of all people -- Karl Rove saying that I was the stronger candidate. Somebody got a hold of his analysis and there it is."

Would that network happen to be Fox News, where Karl works as an "analyst" now? This wouldn't be the same Karl Rove that helped to get George Bush elected and re-elected would it? Or perhaps it is the Karl Rove that is currently giving advice to John McCain while he "analyzes" politics for the "fair and balanced" Fox News?

If Hillary Clinton honestly believes what Karl Rove says out in public, I've got land in the Gulf of Mexico to sell her along with some cars with fresh coats of paint on em'.