False premises are like cockroaches, ugly with the potential to do harm, and difficult to get rid of. One of the biggest and ugliest false-premise-pests is the faux conservative, Karl Rove. It also does no favors to authentic Conservatives that Rove’s latest creation is called the “Conservative Victory Project” (CVP). Under scrutiny, CVP appears to be a CINO (Conservative in Name Only) group.
Is Rove really interested in conservative victory or could it be that “The Architect” is engineering such a cunning victory for Democrats that DNC chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, may find herself out of a job?
The New York Times quoted Rove staffer, Steven Law: “Our approach will be to institutionalize the Buckley rule: Support the most conservative candidate who can win.”However, it was Karl Rove who once supported Charlie Crist in the Florida Senate race, until it was clear that Crist could not defeat Marco Rubio. Crist went on to endorse Barack Obama for reelection in 2012, and eventually joined the Democrat party.
Falling short of a conservative victory again, Rove also backed Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey in 2004. Specter also went on to join the Democrat party, upon his defeat. If it had been up to Karl Rove, there would be no Ted Cruz, as Rove and his American Crossroads organization favored Lt. Governor David Dewhurst over Cruz.
In fact, if it had been up to Karl Rove, there would have been no Ronald Reagan. Rove worked for George H.W. Bush against Reagan during the 1980 primary, calling Reagan “unelectable.” Bush went onto lose his re-election bid.
It was Karl Rove who took public shots at every GOP candidate in the 2012 presidential race, calling them the “nutty fringe”—all except Mitt Romney. Rove’s volley against the GOP field even prompted leftists at Media Matters to refer to him as “the voice of reason.”
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