Rove’s new company will help steal more elections this November

That, of course, is not what this HuffPost piece is saying. It is, however, what Rove’s record, and the evidence, suggest.

Anyone who cares about the vote this fall–or ever–should stay tuned.


American Crossroads GPS, New Rove Group, Has Dems Questioning Obama’s Political Operations
Sam Stein

News that two former top Bush strategists have formed a spinoff organization to dig up dirt on Congressional Democrats before the 2010 elections has reignited a debate about how the Obama administration has structured the Democratic Party’s own political operations.

On Wednesday morning, Politico reported that American Crossroads GPS, the organization formed by operatives Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie, hauled in an impressive $5.1 million in June. A separate legal entity from its parent shop, American Crossroads (a distinction that allows it to hide the names of its donors), GPS was poised to use that money for the ostensible purpose of wreaking havoc on behalf of Republican candidates.
It’s the type of secretive electioneering that has Democrats publicly crying foul — the Democratic National Committee sent out the story on Wednesday morning. In private, however, party operatives expressed anxiety with the development.

During the 2008 campaign, a group of Democratic operatives essentially tried to create its own version of American Crossroads GPS. Progressive Media was formed in 2007 as an independent opposition research arm for the presidential campaign. The organization, structured then as a 527 group, produced notable hits, including footage of John McCain saying he would be comfortable if U.S. forces were in Iraq for 100 years as well as the first mention of the Arizona Republican’s numerous homes.

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1 reply on “Rove’s new company will help steal more elections this November”

So, this is what we should have expected the moment we heard that the U.S. attorney wasn’t charging Rove.

No surprise here.

Get ready for Armageddon.



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