Monday, October 10, 2005

RoveWatch: Initiative 330

Evil Mastermind Karl RoveIt's been a while since I've been able to pull out some really fresh examples of insane Karl Rove puppet master theories. I was starting to get worried that maybe the Democrats were running out of things to blame on him. Thankfully, that fear was alleviated with this quote in today's Seattle Times:
"Initiative 330 is part of a national campaign orchestrated by Karl Rove, George Bush's political guru," Flye and Democratic state Sen. Margarita Prentice said earlier this year in a fund-raising letter for the No on I-330 campaign.
Ahh, it's like a breath of fresh air. Karl Rove is responsible for I-330, because it's part of the evil Republican agenda to limit outrageous legal attacks on doctors. Yes, yes of course. Let the Rove conspiracies flow, people—let them flow. Thanks to the Democrats, I've learned that not only is Karl Rove an evil mastermind responsible for bringing to power the single most evil (and stupid) man on the planet, but he's also basically all-powerful, as his maniacal plots reach into every state—and even across the world—at all times!

Thank goodness we have the Democrats to keep our attention focused on what's important—Karl Rove & his nefarious schemes.

Source: Seattle Times
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3 Comments:

Blogger Nathan said...

"(N)ot only is Karl Rove an evil mastermind responsible for bringing to power the single most evil (and stupid) man on the planet, but he's also basically all-powerful, as his maniacal plots reach into every state—and even across the world—at all times!"

Hooray for Rove! We need more sinister, evil geniuses like him.

3:47 PM, October 10, 2005  
Blogger Father Cory said...

Rove eats babies. I read it on the internet.

11:36 PM, October 10, 2005  
Blogger LotharBot said...

Skor, did you get your Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy check for this month yet? I'm trying to figure out if they were slow getting out, or if Rove cut me off for some reason.

6:23 PM, October 11, 2005  

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