Cotton, conscience, and Karl Rove.
It’s time for a family discussion within the Republican Party. A serious conversation intended to be respectful conversation, and yes perhaps at times a tough-love kind of conversation. A conversation among friends. A conversation about politics, history, the Republican Party and America.
Karl Rove, the former Bush 43 White House aide, has jump-started such a conversation with the announcement in the New York Times of the formation of something called “The Conservative Victory Project.” Described thusly in the Times:
The group, the Conservative Victory Project, is intended to counter other organizations that have helped defeat establishment Republican candidates over the last two election cycles.
More of this in a moment.
First, let’s deal with slavery.
Yes. Let’s start with a little history. Because a look back is very instructional in terms of what Mr. Rove appears to be doing.
You know the saying.
If the Republican Party or conservatives don’t change “they’ll go the way of the Whigs.”
Meet Karl Rove.
One of America’s Whigs.
Here is another great article revealing the problems endemic in the Republican establishment:
All of this nonsense amongst our ruling elite could lead to another revolution according to Glenn Harlan Reynolds:
And maybe it already has: