Entries Tagged ‘Karl Rove’

GOP: Competing for the pro-choice 41 percent?

Following the results of last week’s election, here comes the inevitable renewed call to oust pro-life principles from the Republican Party platform.

I almost want to tell the GOP to go ahead. Are pundits really that stupid? Never mind the 2012 Gallup poll, which showed the percentage of pro-“choice” Americans at a historic low…

Do Republicans really want to compete with Democrats for the 41%, leaving the 50% to wander off to a third party? This would be our only option.

The real problem for the GOP establishment is its players fall into one of three camps: terrified of the pro-life issue, Pro-Life in Name Only, or anti-life.

Would that the Republican establishment were to embrace the pro-life majority of their party as tightly as Democrats have embraced the pro-abortion majority of their party. Pictured below is Cecile Richards, CEO of Planned Parenthood, one of many pro-abortion leaders who spoke at the Democrat National Convention. Click to enlarge….

If nothing else, Rove’s white board analyses are archaic

A must read at Time’s Swampland. It’s a brave new techie world…

Breaking: New $11 million anti-Obama ad campaign targets women

The American Crossroads super-PAC, cofounded by Karl Rove, announced today it will spend $11.1 million on an anti-Obama ad campaign that reaches out to women in battleground states…. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NFDKgXRb1U[/youtube] The ad, with the great title, “Sack it,” will run in “Colorado, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio and Virginia… [and] will also air […]

Karl Rove, fair weather friend

I have received assurances from a source close to him that Karl Rove is pro-life.

Many may have already assumed this, since Rove worked a heartbeat away from the most pro-active pro-life president our country has seen since President Reagan, although those sleeping a heartbeat away from both, Laura Bush and Nancy Reagan, were pro-abortion. So osmosis is no guarantee.

But Rove did speak at the National Right to Life Convention in 2008, which gave him street cred.

That said, at best Karl Rove is a fair weather friend.

Before I get to Todd Akin and Caroline Kennedy, I want to quote from Karen Handel’s book, Planned Bullyhood, scheduled for release tomorrow.

The new 3-party system: Republican Party, Democrat Party, Tea Party

UPDATE, 3:33p: Breaking per RedState.com writes today about Newt’s endorsement of Scozzafava, “Today Newt Gingrich takes himself out of the 2012 running.” [HT: Matt Lewis] _______________ Every election season the Republican establishment angers pro-lifers by supporting pro-abort candidates. While this year is no different, enter the tea partiers, who are boisterously organized in every state. […]

Pelosi and Reid losing the numbers game

Congressperson Michelle Bachmann said on WLS’s Don & Roma Show this morning that over 50 liberals in the House say they won’t vote for healthcare if the public option is removed, and over 40 Blue Dogs say they won’t vote for healthcare if the public option stays in. Pelosi can only lose 38 and still […]

Obama’s speech to students today

UPDATE, 3:45p: Rove’s take on the speech, which makes total sense, from the liberal

NRLC convention keynotes focus on Obama

The National Right to Life Committee held its annual convention July 3-5 near DC. Most of its workshops ABC News, LifeNews.com coverage of the Rove speech. Also read The Carpetbagger Report and

  

Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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