Karl Rove's exit is the latest benchmark of the abject failure of this administration. Does anyone believe Rove, the last of the Texas home-grown contingency, would be leaving if their goal of creating a one-party super-majority dynasty had been successful?
- The War in Iraq: need I say more?
- The "war on terror" or whatever they're calling it this week: Feel safer?
- The privatization of Social Security
- The Valerie Plame scandal
- Numerous Republican convictions
- Loss of standing in the world community
- Record budget deficits
- Increasing political partisanship and divisiveness in Washington.
- Further erosion of the middle class, begun by Reagan, fostered by Clinton, and continuing today
The entire 6-1/2 years of this administration's reign has been a textbook ad about why politicians need to take a more integral and balanced approach to problem solving and politics: The politics of divisiveness, "us vs. them," and "either you're with us or you're against us" just does not work. Unfortunately, there aren't any stars on the left (or the right) who seem to get that concept, either. Maybe Obama and Edwards, but I have serious doubts about either of them being able to go all the way.
So, goodbye Karl Rove. Don't let the doorknob hit ya where the dog should have bit ya. Good riddance.
Oh, the decades it will take to repair the damage done by these fools.......and the damage they are still capable of....
Yes, the picture is a fake....just wishful thinking and what he deserves.