Thursday, October 20, 2005

A Rove exit could hurt economy - Huh?

I disagree Larry. I fail to see the logic in any of this. This has to be the most blatant pro-GOP at any cost, shill of a column I've read in quite some time. Rove may be a top adviser, but last time I checked, it was Congress that was responsible for passing any of your evil supply-side economic mumbo-jumbo legislation that you so dearly love. The White House may have an agenda that they use to influence Congress, but Karl doesn't control consumer spending, GDP output, the Federal Reserve, housing markets, & Wall St.

Wake-up. Karl has been a bad boy and the rampant Bush-GOP-cronyism folks are finally getting caught with their hands in the cookie-jar. Yes, Democrats have faced similar problems in the past (see Dan Rostenkowski); all parties with controlling power in the House/Senate are susceptible. But to state that the economy may stumble because the "terd" in the West Wing may end up tossin' someone's salad in the pokey is a stretch by any means.

Kansas City Star | 10/20/2005 | A Rove exit could hurt economy


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