Saturday, March 17, 2007

My Weekly AMERICAblog Piece

The Week That Was 3/15/2007

Another week. More preposterousness to report.

Karl Rove must go to prison. No not country-club Republican, I-ripped-off-your-grandma-with-junk-bonds prison where he can join the Dartmouth or Princeton rowing squad and walk by a state of the art outdoor weight-lifting facility his two-seats-on-Southwest ass would never even think about using.

I mean real prison. Like the kind you go to if you're caught in Kuala Lumpur with Rush's medicine bag.

Once again, I just can't abide by these Johnny-come-way-too-latelys who now realize George W. Bush is challenged by My Pet Goat and "The Google," Dick Cheney's an evil right-wing assclown and Karl Rove is, to quote a not so bright man, "a grotesquely corpulent, politically sociopathic parasite who destroys all government he touches."

He most closely resembles a locust, devouring his surroundings, only to move on to a new destination after all is destroyed (see the Texas political system).

A spate of books came out on this amoral anthropoid before he became a household name in 2000, and all you had to do was observe his past patterns to know this would happen. A candidate he was working for in 1986 who was running for Governor of Texas magically found a "listening device" in his office the day before a big debate.

Right before the first Bush/Gore debate in 2000, a tape of Bush's "performance" arrives at Gore HQ in the mail, so that's all the press was talking about while George W. Bush was mixing up pronouns and screwing up multisyllabic foreign leaders' names.

Surely, coincidence.

If you read Boy Genius for example, you will find that the way Rove beat Democrats in Texas was by politicizing the FBI (Sid Blumenthal has more on this in a new column), and using those partial to his candidates and his blow...I mean politics, to start high-profile investigations of Democratic officeholders right before elections.

So why would it be a shock that his fingerprints are all over the Justice Department politicization/obstructing investigations into serially corrupt members of the GOP, scandal, which occurred, of course, right before the 2006 election. And, of course, the buildup to Iraq, right before the 2002 cycle, was completely out of character for Rove. As was outing an undercover agent.

This man is an adult diaper worn by an astronaut for a nine-hour, homicidal road trip. Kaiser Sose on a KFC drip.

He must go to prison. For once in his pathetic self-hating life, fully investigate this piece of garbage--please.



At 10:32 AM, Blogger Cliff Schecter said...

Rove thoughts anyone?

At 10:43 AM, Blogger Paddy said...

My thoughts about Rove are not for public consumption this early in the am.

At 11:02 AM, Blogger Katherine Graham Cracker said...

But but but
he wins elections and power for powers sake is all Shrubians care about

I wish I believed in capital punishment. The damage Atwater/Rove/Shrub as done to our political system is terrible. Because they are horrible people they try to make everyone in politics horrible so they can say we may be bad...but so is everyone else.

At 11:13 AM, Blogger Data Guy said...

I agree. However, let's be very careful here. I am hoping that, as more and more of this crap comes out, that the presidency will go Dem.

That means that any chance of a pardon would vanish.

We must prosecute and convict this human slime mold AFTER the next election.

At 9:17 PM, Blogger GottaLaff said...

I reveled in this post the way my kitties revel in catnip. Except for the visuals that made me want to cough up a hairball. But that aside...

He is toxic slime. He must be completely stopped. The snag is to do it wisely. There needs to be a meticulous roadmap of evidence backed up by irrefutable proof. He's gotten away with so much it's mind-boggling.

I agree...AFTER the next election is the time to prosecute. There is no way this piece of snail excrement should be positioned for a pardon...ever.

At 11:51 PM, Blogger Fernando said...

Being a progressive person by nature can be a tough calling.

I hope he finds some joy in prison and it isn't hell for him. Deep dark snark.

At 10:27 AM, Blogger DrRenShen said...

Rove will dance with the idea of conviction, but he is too slipery of a fish; Gonzales will go, and Rove will ignore a congressional subpoena


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