Karl Rove Says Sarah Palin Is Thin-Skinned… 3 Times 2 Minutes (Video)

So, you must think Sarah Palin is thin-skinned then, huh Karl?
FOX News analyst Karl Rove called Sarah Palin thin-skinned in an interview… Three times in two minutes.
We get your point, Karl.

Karl was on with Greta Van Susteren:

FYI: The video was originally a little bit over 2 minutes. I clipped it down some.

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  • gus

    Rove is just jealous, because Palin gets more men to look at her.

  • Taqiyyotomist

    If Palin is thin-skinned…then Obama is the “Visible Man”.


  • Gail

    Sour grapes have thin skins too Karl. Come on Karl! Let’s see some conservative support, I don’t give a damn whose running at this point. Otherwise take your marbles and go home. I used to have a healthy respect for you, don’t disappoint us Conservatives Karl!

  • Karl Rove might as well be a statist. Matter of fact, I think he is.

    He sure is on the right show for statists.

  • Dien Cai Dau

    FOX is the only network that gives this schmuck a platform to spew from….. if they didn’t he wouldn’t have an audience at all.

  • Jet Jaguar

    Sarah Palin is to William Wallace as Rove and RINOs are to Scottish Nobles

  • gus

    William Wallace is THE MAN. I used to live in Scotland. My mother lived in Doune near Stirling. I’ve been the Wallace monument numerous times.

  • His WSJ column is boring and unoriginal. I don’t bother reading it anymore.

  • Leatherhelmet

    Karl, learn from Ronald Reagan. Support the conservative.

  • gus

    Granny Jan. Rove helped Bush get elected. Morris helped Clinton get elected. Neither of them ARE BUSH nor CLINTON. They have fragile egos. And they are OUT OF THE GAME now.

  • ahem

    Karl ought to get a hobby. Politics is no longer his thang.

  • gus

    Leather, what makes you think Rove is anything more than a HIRED hand.

  • bg


    i’m Karl Rove.. and i’m jealous of Sarah Palin getting all the attention,
    whaaa.. she’s so thin skinned, whaaa.. why her, why not me, whaaa..


  • thebronze

    Rove is a douche-bag.

  • fishy

    i think you are cheerleading for rick perry without knowing his record. rick perry was a HUGE democratic insider and best friend of al gore. he was lockstep with the junk global warming science of al gore, too. he REBRANDED himself as a republican to fit in with the large republican presence in TX. he also has had dinners and accepted money from Muslim brotherhood members. Beware of Rick Perry. I am not a fan of anyone, yet, except maybe Bachmann. She could be a great candidate if she fires the incompetent people on her staff who feed her wrong info so they can sabotage her.

  • bg


    hey KR..

    “scrutiny she’s GOING TO GET??”

    damn, she’s been more scrutinized than Obama’s BC.

    where are you on that absurdity Karl??


  • Estragon

    Obviously, “thin-skinned” is just code words for “white.”

    More evidence of Fox and Rove’s racism – somebody call Frederica! Nothing says, “Cut out that darn racism!” like a funny hat.


    Rove’s never been a big fan of Palin or Rick Perry. If you’re looking for blubbering compliments about either of them, don’t listen to Karl.

    It’s not like Fox gives much air time to Palin critics compared to her and her boosters, is it?

    Y’all shouldn’t be so thin-skinned . . .

  • I will hang my hat on Rick Perry, but if Sarah Palin gets in my mind might change.
    I want the nominee to be a strong Tea Party supporter.

  • fishy

    oh, and Karl Rove is a liar and thief. he stole my targeted campaigning strategy when i was helping out the bush campaign in 2004. now all the campaigns are using it. he has No brain, but acts like he is the smartest guy around. he is the one who gave bush terrible ideas that sunk him. take my advice; turn off the tv went that idiot poseur speaks

  • bg


    Estragon #17 August 24, 2011 at 11:41 pm

    i wouldn’t know, don’t have cable news, ergo, don’t watch the show..

    you sure presume a lot about us’all.. /s/


  • fishy

    i meant to say 2000 and 2004 bush campaigns

  • donh

    Looks like Sarah has JILTED Rove’s effort to buy her into this race to wedge the support of the Tea Party contenders now leading Romney. Rove has been desparate to get Sarah running since Perry announced , but it seems Sarah does not want to hook for this establishment pimp after all , so Rove is trashing her in the media in anger for frustrating his evil scemes. Maybe Sarah finally got ahold of Rove’s highschool year book picture and realized what a creep LOSER he is…. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_kKpJRdXfZuA/R3wXs4pQ4gI/AAAAAAAAB6c/w_TF1c9duNY/s400/08satan.jpg

  • Quin

    The SarahPAC statement didn’t even mention his name. Now, tell me again who has thin skin?

    Go away, Rove.

  • JimmyT

    Romney is the establishment repub man. They will continue to throw stones at the other candidates. Thank God Karl discredited himself a long time ago. He may be “the architect”, but, what he built is falling down all around him. Again I say, Karl who?

  • davidt

    Rove is overly impressed with himself.

  • CommieJuice

    I lost almost all respect for Rove. He hates conservative women with a passion. His boys, Huntsman and Daniels will never be more than they are now and he probably cries himself to sleep each night on his huge pillow over it.

    Who in politics has thicker skin than Sarah Palin? Who in the history of American propaganda media has been attacked more, lied about more, been stalked more, been threatened more, been harassed more and has taken more heat about nothing, anything and everything than Sarah Palin in such a short time?

    Rove, go join the other losers and relics at the “no labels” crowd and get out of my media!

  • Craig

    “I want the nominee to be a strong Tea Party supporter”. (D Roamer # 18)

    Then vote for the Founder of the Tea Party: Ron Paul. He had more donations from the military than Obama and more than all other republican candidates combined. Ron Paul is the man of the situation. An m aybe Judge Napolitano could be his V.P.

  • Ron

    Go away Rove, you are irrelevant.

  • Old Fan

    Well Mr. Hoft, I don’t share your delicate need to protect Mrs. Palin, or fear of criticism for the Palin Franchise.

    Long ago, I was trying to offer caution from overtly hyping the product, the same which embraced the Maverick Platform for personal ambition.

    Frankly, Mr. Rove is one of the best, and is clearly trying to lead. Just as he did in the disaster which Mrs. Palin enabled in Delaware. The personal vendetta shown for the Murkowski family in Alaska grew ugly, and proved another utter misguided offering. The tone of that campaign to unseat Mrs. Murkowski was ugly.

    Sorry, Mr. Hoft, but there is plenty of room for concern and criticism. Mrs. Palin’s regretful calls of “capitulation” for the likes of Boehner, Cantor, etc., are all the more tiresome when we know she bailed on Alaska for her own ambition (or those cheap leftist lawsuits), and jumped on the most ultimate form of “retreat-appeasement-capitulation” for the Democratic Party in the form of the Maverick Ticket.

    If your going to throw rocks at others, even try to bizarrely steal the show with strange cries for attention, you better expect a little response.

    Unfortunately we have created and enabled a very unhealthy fashionable image-identity game on the conservative side. So you simply are vilified if you offer any criticism for the perceived “ideal”. This is not conservatism, and ends up weakening the essential effort to defeat the disastrous Democratic Partisans.

  • Doods

    Sarah doesn’t need your expertise Karl. She is more brilliant than you are.

  • Rock

    Karl’s never recover from the smack down he got the first time he spoke against Palin, the guy is totally stuck in the 80’s, and fails to understand that the political landscape has changed, business as usual is a career killer. The Tea Party is watching now, get use to it.

  • coldeadhands

    CommieJuice love the “big pillow” image. Can’t get it out of my head.

    & Craig, I Like Ron Paul’s position on abortion. He’s not going to win General Election, however.

  • Barb

    Rove is a heavy chain strangler against the people. Just go away Rove and take your progressive views with you! and take Jeb Bush ( your progressive friend) with you. The people SEE who you actually are.

  • Craig

    @#32 coldeadhands

    Ron Paul says members of military have given him far more money than other GOP candidates and Barack Obama


    After we conducted this rough check, Paul’s campaign spokesman, Gary Howard, said by email that their numbers showed that Paul garnered $34,480 from members of the military; other GOP candidates fielded $13,848 and Obama took in $19,849.

    Summing up, Paul’s military-connected contributions for the three months more than double such contributions to all the other Republican presidential candidates—and they also exceed Obama’s.

    We rate his statement True.

    P.S.: That was in June… now he has 46,000$ from the military and Obama only 25,000… he still doubled all other GOP can didates combined. If you truly love the military… why not go with their wishes? I beleive Ron Paul is the Front Runner.

  • Yikes!

    Sarah Palin has suffered more abuse, smears and outright lies than any politician, male or female, in my lifetime. Does she bounce back? You betcha.

    Karl Rove is the epitome of the Washington inside the beltway mindset. What Republicans need is folks who will fight for fiscal responsibility and aren’t afraid to point fingers at Democrats. The tea party attitude, that Rove eschews, gained 63 seats for Republicans in the House. The McCain’s timid philosophy lost him the presidency.

    Rove faces irrelevency. No tea partier will have him, so he sides with the wusses. Wusses don’t win, especially against sharp elbowed Democrats. Put Huntsman is a pit with Schumer and see who wins. It won’t be the gracious Republican.

    Palin this skinned? What a joke.

  • texas

    #23 August 24, 2011 at 11:55 pm
    Quin commented:

    The SarahPAC statement didn’t even mention his name. Now, tell me again who has thin skin?
    Exactly!!! I’m seeing a new side to Rove….sigh. Plus the CNN imterview goes like this:

    Q: Will you know by the next time you are here in Iowa whether you will be in, over Labor Day?
    Palin: I doubt it. By the next time I am here by September 3? I don’t know if within the next couple of weeks I will be ready for an announcement or not.

    LOL Now answering a question is being thin skinned to Rove? Me thinks he protests too much! LMBO I love how Sarah keeps them guessing. It serves the LSM right for speculating about the news all of the time. Media needs to learn good ole fashioned investigative reporting!

    I’ll tell you what, If Sarah Palin does jump into the race, I’ve got a donation and a vote waiting for that GrizzlyMama! Then it will be GameOn 🙂

  • bill

    Carl’s full of hot Gas.

  • Rose

    Karl Rove is braying and growing long gray ears, and a long tail with a black fluffy hairball on the end of it. Hee Haw! Hee Haw! Hee Haw!

  • Conservative to the Core

    Rove is trying to force her hand to declare one way or the other. The longer she remains neither in- nor out- the more she pisses off the RINOs.

    She just may never declare.

  • PhilipJames

    Its simple. It appears that little Karl is the thin-skinned person in this whole episode. He is upset that Sarah Palin called him out on his little game.

    He had hinted that she should or needed to announce that she was running at the Sept. 3rd Tea Party Rally in Iowa or she would be perceived as stringing people along and not serious about running.

    Of course, Sarah Palin does not follow Karl Rove’s advice and told him in nicer language to go stick it back up his buttocks. Now he is upset that she made him look stupid. And who is the thin skinned one? Well, its Little Mr. Magoo.

  • mcc

    OT – Just heard caller on Mark Levin’s show tonight – a Truman Democrat – who was incredibly impassioned about seeing that this “Leninist” as he called him would not be re-elected. Bonus: he’s a Tea Partier, very active, and said more and more are joining. Might have been an Ohio resident…

    But wish his voice could be heard everywhere across the country to wake people up to the danger of this “scam” (another of his words) perpetrated on us all. Levin said he let the man just go, no interruptions except to make a quick point or two, because his call was probably the most important call of the year.

    I agree. Wish there were a way to find out who the man is and get him out on the airwaves to inform and stir people to action, cuz he’s right, “Not enough people are awake.” If I were a Republican candidate, I’d have that man by my side.

  • LL

    Rove has turned into a political gadfly. Palin doesn’t pay him to shill for her so he opposes her. You need to take a hard look at Rove’s motivations. They seem less clean than any other Republican commentator on Fox.

  • Got Billy Ayers on Speed Dial

    I’m convinced Karl Rove is intentionally trying to be the subject by setting up a confrontation between him and Gov. Palin.

    Gov. Palin never called Rove out by name yet he wants to get personal. He previously insinuated that she needs to decide on being a candidate or a “celebrity,” that she has a schedule in September that looks more like a candidate than a “celebrity,” knowing full well that some of her detractors dismiss her as only a celebrity.

    What a despicable jerk.

  • mcc

    Did somebody upthread say Huntsman and Daniels are/were Karl’s picks? Trying to figure that out…

    Could it be that when he’s with Huntsman, he thinks he has a personality and when he’s with Daniels he thinks he has a head of hair?

  • Freddy

    I have come to the conclusion that Rove only attacks those that do not directly support HIS wallet.

  • American Woman

    The Republican establishment doesn’t want Palin, but Rove can’t say that for risk of starting a battle he is smart enough to know he will lose.

    Last election many of those in the Republican establishment supported Obama, a fact all of us need to remember.

  • Jackkk

    Rove is just ticked because Sarah won’t play the typical Party game and be managed by power brokers.

    Rove needs a thicker skin!

  • SaraHasOurBack

    Rove: “look, she’s a big, she’s a potentially big factor in the presidential election. If she were to get in she’d be a contenda, as they say. She was the vice presidential nominee in 2008. She maintains a following. Ah… there are, there are people who want her in and there are some people who would be deeply concerned if she did cause she’d be eating into their, into their ranks. But she’s a player.” Sounds like Rove just wrote Sarah’s next campaign ad.

    Sarah was pissed not bc/ Rove was speculating on whether she would run or not, but bc/ Rove tried to box her into a date on Sept. 3 & raised expectations of all who will be attending the Teaparty event where she is the key speaker.

    Rove should get a grip. Anyone who has been following Palin & taking her at her word knows she’s been contemplating a run since she helped turn the house w/ her campaigning & endorsements in 2010. As for the exact day of her announcement, she said by the end of September…no big drama.

  • joe

    technopeasant http://conservatives4palin.com/2011/08/gop12-concedes-governor-palin-is-still-sitting-up-there-in-the-polls-without-much-effortopen-thread.html

    10 random thoughts on Palin, Rove and the political lay of the land:

    1) Sarah Palin is entitled to her own timetable on when she decides to declare for the Presidency. I will support her regardless if she gives hints on Sept 3rd or not.

    On the subject of possible proselytization if Palin doesn’t declare or give any hints on Sept.3 as I have said before superstars are wired differently than we mortals: they really believe they can still prevail regardless of how far behind the 8 ball they get. I respect that.

    2) It is no coincidence today that Jeb Bush called for the GOP to “cool it” on criticizing Obama and rumors are afloat that Jeb is all in for 2016 and Rove steps up his attack on Palin. Karl don’t you know Palin is down 17 points to Obama in the latest Rasmussen poll? Why even mention her potential candidacy if she is such a loser? Either Karl hasn’t read the recent Rasmussen poll (unlikely) or he doesn’t believe it. Because if he did a Palin nomination and a Goldwater blowout by Obama over Palin in 2012 would pave the way for Jeb, wouldn’t it?

    3) As I wrote over a week ago Bachmann’s highest point of popularity was her win of the Ames straw poll. She is headed for the abyss to join Cain. Her candidacy was always severely flawed: an anti-gay bigot with debilitating migraines who submits to her husband and is a gaffe-machine. Right, she is presidential material. /sarc

    4) Mitt Romney’s problem is that only 27% the GOP self-identify as liberal or moderates. And those who self-identify as VERY CONSERVATIVE don’t like him. The only way he can win is massive vote splitting among conservatives. In other words Mitt doesn’t control his own destiny.

    5) As a follow-up on my post below I believe Fox will change its approach on Palin after she declares and not bash her as much because it wants to be seen as fair and balanced during primary season and to continue to get Palin to give interviews to Fox.

    6) The scenario that frightens the GOP establishment the most now is after Palin gets in she surpasses Mitt in the polls and lands up in second place behind Perry and renders Romney meaningless for the rest of the primaries. Who does the GOP establishment back then?

    7) After Palin gets in and especially after her speech to 1000 churches I can see Cain’s supporters and Santorum’s supporters moving over to Palin. Bachmann’s supporters will move once Palin announces.

    8) Once Rick Perry is exposed his numbers will drop but not by as much as you think.

    9) When Sarah declares she will have a presidential web site that is replete with all her positions and why she resigned.

    10) Anybody who truly believes as it stands now that Obama would beat any GOP nominee by a landslide is not playing with a full deck.

  • gus

    I LOVE THIS SITE. *THANK YOU JIM HOFT* And I love the variety of posters, some regulars, others not so familiar.

    This is a feckin’ tap in.


    Who the fvck is JEB BUSH. Who the fvck is KARL ROVE???

    I don’t believe Sarah Palin will ever be the President of the United States. However, Sarah Palin has SERVED THE PEOPLE of THE UNITED STATES, more than we could ever repay her.

    BenFranklin was never President either.

  • gus

    AmericanWoman. If AMERICA is to SURVIVE, as we have known her!! We need to elect a VERY VERY STRIDANT and COMMITTED ……CONSERVATIVE.

    The LIBTARDS shoved TRILLLLLLLIONS of dollars of nonsense down our throats. THESE LIBTARDS didn’t do it BY ACCIDENT.

    We need to be as committed to NOT BEING RAPED.

  • saveliberty

    I read the comments and then watched the video.

    I like Sarah Palin. But I am realistic to know that for what she has to offer, she is still human and like any person, sometimes she may need to hear things that she doesn’t want to hear.

    I appreciate Karl Rove most times. He does go overboard at times, and again, like any person, sometimes he needs to hear what he doesn’t want to hear.

    That said, this seems like a tempest in a teacup.

    The comments that he made wondered why it should be such a big problem for him to speculate that she will get in the race and on what day.

    Objectively, he has a point. Other news figures and pundits put their opinions in the ring. Why would it be so bad for Rove to say what he thinks about what she will do?

    It is hard to see why this was a big deal for SarahPac. Maybe someone in the organization overreacted and Palin herself would just have shrugged it off.

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  • RedBeard

    Shorter version of Rove’s recent pronouncements: “Look at ME! Pay attention to ME! I’m still really, REALLY important, d*** it!”

    Sad and pathetic.

    Sit down and shut up, Karl. You, Sir, are obsolete.

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  • jack

    Rove knows that Sarah Palin has previously said that she most likely would not declare at the Sept 3rd Iowa event.

    From the CNN interview:

    Q: When is a good time? Do you have a timeline?

    Palin: I have said that that August/September timeframe is important for logistical and legal reasons to jump in there, but…

    Q: So by next month?

    Palin: I think that just practically speaking that has to be kind of a drop dead time. Also, in fairness to supporters, who are standing on the timeline, and this is what I have told Todd over and over again, I don’t want to be seen as or perceived as stringing people along, asking supporters, ‘Oh don’t just jump in there on someone else’s bandwagon because I may jump in, so hold off a little bit.’ That is not fair to them. After another month or two goes by, they need to know who it is that they can jump behind. Now more than ever, everybody has got to get involved in this 2012 election. They need to get out there and campaign for their chosen candidates, its all the more reason to hurry up and decide.

    A few moments later, there was this exchange:

    Q: Will you know by the next time you are here in Iowa whether you will be in, over Labor Day?

    Palin: I doubt it. By the next time I am here by September 3? I don’t know if within the next couple of weeks I will be ready for an announcement or not.

    Q: So the end of September is no longer a viable deadline?

    Palin: No, he was asking about my next visit here on September 3, if I would be ready for an announcement September 3. And I said I don’t know if I would be ready by September 3.

    Q: So the end of September would still be your timetable?

    Palin: That is still a possibility for a timetable. Yes, definitely.
    Also Rove is spreading the “tease” and “celebrity” meme .

    Rove is upset that Sarah Palin called him out on his little game; he has a very thin skin.

  • Liz

    Only someone who is thin skinned themselves would do that.

  • Tawny Jones

    Rancid, swollen cadaver Karl Rove has the “thin skin”. Nobody cares what he thinks, George Bush doesn’t need a fat-boy factotum, and Sarah Palin doesn’t know he is alive. He is only fit for MSNBC.

  • Rita

    Probably bugs the crap out of people who don’t like her that Sarah has an instant unpaid, unsolicited army of people out there to defend her. Really, that is a belly-laugh that she is thin-skinned. I don’t know how she keeps from going samurai on some of these mouthpieces for the left and the Bush team.

  • Sam Stone

    I sense the feeling that Rove feels he is losing his place in the establishment.

  • Gary

    Nothing thin about Karl Rove. They call him the architect and now we know why.

    CommieJuice, you nailed it. Nobody in recent history has been pilloried like Sarah Palin has, and she just keeps going. Very few people could stand up to it. Just look at Obama. He holds a press conference to respond to a Saturday Night Live skit.

    Old Fan, are you serious? Karl Rove worked for Castle in the Delaware race. He had skin in the game and did not disclose that until after the election. Anyway, Castle voted just like a Democrat. The only thing that changed on election day was the letter by the seat, not the votes. Do you think O’Donnell would have voted like a Dem? But that doesn’t matter, right? She’s dumb, right? She’s not a Washington insider Rino like Castle was, right? And that’s what we need more of, right? And Murkowski, seriously? Maybe you and Rove should switch parties. You’ll find more like minds there.

    Joe, you’re only fooling yourself. You seriously think you can post your 10 points of light to come off like a conservative and in the same post bash Bachmann with all the liberal talking points and lies of the left? Migraines? That story was weeks ago, and by all accounts they’ve never affected her voting in the HR. Bigot? You’re a joke and you reveal yourself here. Bachmann is a patriot, and I’m sorry that her successful campaign has your frightened, but the fact is, real conservatives don’t attack conservatives. We only attack liberals and RINOs. Question is, which one are you?

  • Fuquay Steve

    Karl is the answer to the question : Who is the leader of those inside the beltway mainstream Rs?

  • Militant Conservative

    Old fart, you do not have the intellect to understand

    That the D’s and R’s have conspired for their mutual

    Benefit not the country. They hate the TEA party for

    it upsets their plans.

    Powder is dry

  • mg4us

    Karl Rove is all for Karl Rove. . .the so called Architect helped Obama get elected by supporting & encouraging Bush to spend like a DemocRAT. . .he is all about power. . .

    No more Bushes for President. . Daddy Bush failed and George Bush II helped usher in too much spending and set the stage for Obama. . .

    Time for a non-Washington politician. .someone who can challenge not just the other party but her own party. . .

    It is time for real Change!

    Run Sarah Run!

  • arnonerik

    When you don’t have a strong and logical argument for what you are saying, you should just keep repeating the charge you are making and hope nobody will notice how weak a case you are presenting.

  • jorgen

    Even if it was true, it is better to be thin-skinned than thick-headed, Karl. And since you became yesterday’s man, you have proved to be the latter several times.

  • floppyneck

    What does chubby have against conservative women? Is that fat flopping around below his neck called fat skin?

  • floppyneck

    In Rove’s world he can’t get a date to the prom. And we all know who the prom queen is.

  • tommy mc donnell

    i’m so sick of obama light bashing anybody that is not a RNC puppet.

  • redgirl813

    I am trying to think of a female candidate that Rove and his ilk in the republican party have ever
    supported. They refused to support Angle and allowed Reid to get re-elected, they trashed O’Donnell and let an avowed communist get elected instead. Now rove is already starting on Palin in this election cycle. Bachmann is not even mentioned as a serious candidate by rove and the republican elite. His type is what is wrong with the republican party. True conservatives have got to speak up and make sure that a truly conservative candidate runs this time- one who respects the Constitution!

  • olm

    Agree with militant conservative as usual.
    These guys, Rove, Jeb all look incredibly establishment to me, including Perry.
    Someone may as well be making a oneworld order youtube out of all these guys spewing there opinions.
    Screw them. The only candidate that matters is the anti establishment one. And if there is not one of those, we may as well re elect BO, because Washington will continue to stink.

  • Molon Labe

    Rove is so gay. Fox is getting worse and worse. Between Beckel and Rove its getting harder to tell the difference between Fox and MSNBC.

  • daryl

    Focus people!
    Rove ain’t running.
    This IS!

    Obama: The Flake


  • Alana

    I think somebody ought to take on Karl and his whole family like they did Palin.

    Then we’d get to see him blubbering.

  • Ginger

    A lot of people assume that Sarah can not win I guess because of their views that she does not have the qualifications! Uck! What feeble thinking. Sarah has the qualifications. Remember what Barry the kenyan fraud said: Judge me by the people around me? We sure know what he meant don’t we? Communist/marxis/liberal/muslim/ unions

    What kind of people does Sarah surround her self with? I can’t hear you! Think about it. Sarah will pick the best to serve her to lead America back to what we were.

    She will clean house and will need a very strong disinfectant. 🙂

    God Bless America

  • Why does this Rove guy feel so compelled to shoot inside the tent? You’ve had your turn at wheel so-called “architect.” The verdict was mixed. Go away, already.

    “Because the Only Good Progressive is a Failed Progressive”

  • wtd

    Man, if Palin is considered ‘thin skinned’ by Rove, then I know she’s getting under his RINO skin. That’s a plus in the Palin column for me.

  • Joanne

    Thin-skinned? Sarah Palin’s been taking it on the chin for years now, and she is still tickin’.

  • lucy

    Okay Karl MR.CHRISTIE Is he in or out, he needs to make up his mind. by september 3rd we need to know or it will be too late. we need to know it is getting late in the game, he better make up his mind, is the bandaid on or off, stop being a spoiler, is he in or isn’t he???
    your pal better hurry and make up his mind by sept.3rd or he won’t be organized and all the donors will be all dried up. This teasing must stop Karl or people will be fed up with him and not support him and go to someone else. He needs to decide blah, blah, blah. blah blah.

  • Gary

    I seriously hope the wheels fall off this Christie bandwagon (and drops Ann Coulter on a pile of road apples in the process).
    He’s just not the conservative he is being billed as. Neither is Perry.

  • bg


    re: donh #22 August 24, 2011 at 11:50 pm

    re: donh #13 August 23, 2011 at 11:17 pm

    fyi: #51 & #52


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  • lee

    karl is a big ass

  • obfuscatenot

    #29 – You don’t care for Palin because she went after the Murkowski machine in Alaska?!?! Are you serious? The Murkowski family is the Rino equivalent of the Missouri Carnahans.

    BECAUSE Sarah went after this wicked Murkowski woman I have much more respect for her. All’s fair in love, war and politics, unless you’re a RINO.

  • GFFM

    Rove is unequivocally and completely correct. Rove’s speculation is not personal and she is taking it like it is. She is pulling an Obama who thinks he can’t be questioned on anything regarding his job or his political plans. So again she is thin-skinned and shouldn’t run if she can’t stand the heat.

  • bg


    GFFM #85 August 25, 2011 at 12:46 pm


    thanks, i needed that!!

    sad, but too funny..


  • bg


    obfuscatenot #84 August 25, 2011 at 12:20 pm

    when it comes to Palin.. Old Fan is one of those deaf dumb
    and blind to facts by any means necessary astroturfers.. 😛


  • Andreas K.

    Well, back when that nutjob preacher was about to burn a koran, Sarah was quick to condemn it and to protect the mohammedans and their “faith”. Doesn’t seem very thick skinned to me.

    Since that day I stopped caring about her. She’s just another appeaser.

  • donh

    I give Rove credit for tugging at Palin’s biggest weakness…The growing frustration with her prolonged flirtations about running. People have already got in and dropped out already and she’s still ” thinking about it ” . Sarah is deteriorating from a country fair star attraction to the country fair port o potty. There is a long line of people waiting to use the bathroom and Sarah just won’t get off the pot . Its pi**ing a lot of people off . The money she is collecting and her volunteer network are resources that need to be released for the contenders who really are running for President…not strung along for her own personal selfish joy ride.

  • free`

    He thinks she is thin skinned? He had better not ever say half, make that 1/10th of what the left have said about palin to me. I can guarantee his nose would be broken if he ever said things about my family or myself, like what Palin has put up with.

  • bg


    Andreas K. #88 August 25, 2011 at 1:05 pm

    what’s not true about that??

    i am certain Sarah Palin would have condemned a
    Muslim burning of the Bible as a public spectacle..

    i believe he had a right to do whatever he liked in private, what was
    wrong was the fact it was marketed as more of a publicity stunt with
    ramifications.. unless you really believe Christians would remain silent
    had the shoe been on the other foot, she is basically & legally correct..

    just as Obama is basically & legally correct about building a mosque at
    ground zero.. however, people are speaking out against this Islamist
    publicity stunt and they are not going to get away with it the way the
    Koran burning pastor did..

    to repeat what Dr. Jasser (and many other Muslims) stated:

    [Mr. President this is not about religious freedom. It is about the importance of the World Trade Center site to the psyche of the American People. It is about a blatant attack on our sovereignty by people whose ideology ultimately demands the elimination of our way of life. While Imam Faisal Rauf may not share their violent tendencies he does seem to share a belief that Islamic structures are a political statement and even Ground Zero should be looked upon through the lens of political Islam and not a solely American one.]

    just in case, i’m not talking the Middle East Africa, or
    anywhere else, i, as Sarah, am speaking of America..


  • bg


    donh #89 August 25, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    sorry, i don’t see how Sarah waiting to announce whether or not she’s running has anything to do with everyone’s blatant impatience, and/or, endless speculations..

    Karl has the problem, not Sarah.. she is just doing
    her thing & everyone else is spinning it their way..


  • bg


    re: #91 August 25, 2011 at 2:39 pm bg

    re; Andreas K. #88 August 25, 2011 at 1:05 pm

    btw, Sarah was not protecting the muhammadans
    “faith”, she was standing up for America’s ideals..


  • bg


    re: #91 August 25, 2011 at 2:39 pm bg

    totally forgot Obama is admittedly wrong about the mosque
    , as it is part of the 9/11 attacks, ergo, hallowed ground ..


  • bg


    re: #91 & re: ##88

    An Intolerable Mistake on Hallowed Ground

    by Sarah Palin on Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 8:47am

    Earlier today, Mayor Bloomberg responded to my comments about the
    planned mosque at Ground Zero by suggesting that a decision not to allow
    the building of a mosque at that sacred place would somehow violate
    American principles of tolerance and openness.

    No one is disputing that America stands for – and should stand for – religious tolerance. It is a foundation of our republic. This is not an issue of religious tolerance but of common moral sense. To build a mosque at Ground Zero is a stab in the heart of the families of the innocent victims of those horrific attacks. Just days after 9/11, the spiritual leader of the organization that wants to build the mosque, Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf, suggested that blame be placed on the innocents when he stated that the “United States’ policies were an accessory to the crime that happened” and that “in the most direct sense, Osama bin Laden is made in the USA.” Rauf refuses to recognize that Hamas is a terrorist organization dedicated to the destruction of our ally, Israel, and refuses to provide information about the sources of funding for the $100 million mosque. Rauf also plays a key role in a group behind the flotilla designed to provoke Israel in its justifiable blockade of Gaza. These are just a few of the points Americans are realizing as New York considers the proposed mosque just a stone’s throw away from 9/11’s sacred ground.

    I agree with the sister of one of the 9/11 victims (and a New York resident) who said: “This is a place which is 600 feet from where almost 3,000 people were torn to pieces by Islamic extremists. I think that it is incredibly insensitive and audacious really for them to build a mosque, not only on that site, but to do it specifically so that they could be in proximity to where that atrocity happened.”

    Many Americans, myself included, feel it would be an intolerable and tragic mistake to allow such a project sponsored by such an individual to go forward on such hallowed ground. This is nothing close to “religious intolerance,” it’s just common decency.

    – Sarah Palin

    more links here..


  • bg


    DOJ Keeping Islamic Bank Settlement Secret

    [The Justice Department has agreed to end its investigation into an
    international financial network with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood
    and a Saudi prince in a settlement in excess of $30 million, sources
    tell the Investigative Project on Terrorism.

    But DOJ officials refuse to release a copy of
    the settlement or make any comment on it.]


  • MVH

    I’m so sick of the press (including Hannitty [sic?]) schmoozing the creepy, fat, political kewpie doll Karl Rove as if he represents Conservatives. Rove represents those part of his bubble: the GOP, establishment, blue-bloods, cocktailers, and barnacles.

    Rove is sooooooooo insulated that he hasn’t seen the tsunami the Left unleashed on Palin… much less how well she has survived it all. “Thin-skinned?” Really!!

    I loved the first “Teflon President.” I’m ready for the second one. It’ll be great when she is inaugurated in 2013. And no. I don’t mean Bachmann.

  • Molon Labe


    That was a great post. I haven’t laughed so much since Charlie Rangel claimed his wife was responsible for his tax problems. You must drink tons of Kool Aide.

  • sproket90

    rove=ass clown

  • citizenjane

    It’s very simple. Rove wants Obama to be re-elected.

    As a result, according to his scheming, Jeb Bush in 2016.

    Rove is a turd.

    And despicable.

  • Holtz

    Karl Rove has joined Erik Erickson of the Redstate and both have gone off the deep end into political irrelevancy, being the yesterday men of Bellway establishment RINO elite.

  • JudithNYC


    Kudos to you for actually looking-up Palin’s post & stating the facts in her own words. Too bad the MSM “journalists” don’t do the same. Funny, how Palin haters make things up, or just condescendingly post ad hominem attacks, when so much of her record & words is readily available on her facebk page or elsewhere online (i.e. foreign policy economic, social posts, speeches, 25,000 email, extensive record of her 20 year political career & executive experience as mayor & governor…compare & contrast w/ Obama’s invisible record.)

    As for Rove & company, just so sick of their snark….easy to throw punches, yet, when was the last time any of these studio sitting potato head pundits actually ran their own town or state w/ selfless sacrifice & grit.

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  • bg


    JudithNYC #102 August 26, 2011 at 2:35 am

    so sorry this is so late..

    thank you..


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