Decepticons Organize – Karl Rove Attacks The Tea Party

patriotWe have written, researched, shared, discussed and dissected the “Decepticons” at great length.   Decepticons are Deceptive Conservatives.  

Many people are familiar with the term “RINO”, Republican in Name Only.  But that is NOT a Decepticon.   RINO’s are openly anti-constitution, anti-freedom and self-interested Big Government types (See John McCain and Lyndsey Graham).  Occasionally RINO’s align with freedom principles over issues like Benghazi.  But in general RINO’s are totally comfy with the TSA, The Patriot Act, and other freedom reducing aspects of big government.

Decepticons on the other hand, are the back-stabbing sneaky types; manipulative Super-Rino’s, or RINO’s on steroids sitting in Corinthian Leather chairs, drinking taxpayer-funded cognac, eating sandwiches without crusts, wearing pinky rings and plotting how to manipulate, and yet keep their machinations hidden.   Karl Rove, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Orin Hatch are examples of Decepticons.

Decepticons are hijackers, who embed their cohorts into the grass-roots principle led conservative movement(s), and when the opportunity to strike presents itself – WHAMMO – they appear like a massive fast-moving metastatic tumor.    It is the Decepticons who brought us the candidates like John McCain and Mitt Romney.   Consider….

Karl Rove

The battle for the heart and soul of the Republican Party has begun. On one side is the Tea Party. On the other side stand Karl Rove and his establishment team, posing as tacticians while quietly undermining conservatism.

Yesterday, the New York Times reported that the “biggest donors in the Republican Party” have joined forces with Karl Rove and Steven J. Law, president of American Crossroads, to create the Conservative Victory Project. The Times reports that this new group will dedicate itself to “recruit seasoned candidates and protect Senate incumbents from challenges by far-right conservatives and Tea Party enthusiasts who Republican leaders worry could complicate the party’s effort to win control of the Senate.” The group points to candidates like Christine O’Donnell in Delaware and Richard Mourdock in Indiana as examples of Tea Party primary picks going sideways in major Senatorial battles.

But it is American Crossroads and its ilk that have run the GOP into the ground. Spending millions of dollars on useless 30,000-ft. advertising campaigns during the last election cycle, training candidates to soften conservatism in order to appeal to “moderates,” blowing up the federal budget under George W. Bush as a bipartisan tactic – all of those strategies led the party to a disastrous defeat in 2012. The Tea Party, which may nominate losers from time to time, also brought the Republicans their historic 2010 Congressional victory. If Tea Party candidates lose, it’s because they weren’t good candidates; if GOP establishment candidates lose, it’s because they weren’t good conservatives. The choice for actual conservatives should be easy.

But it isn’t (continue reading)

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22 Responses to Decepticons Organize – Karl Rove Attacks The Tea Party

  1. ottawa925 says:

    This thread reminds me of the KING of the RINOs … Arlen Specter.


  2. 22tula says:

    Conservatism – Conserve and Protect our God Given Right’s as stated in the Declaration of Independence. The responsibility of our creature,(the government), is to protect those rights via the original intent of our US Constitution.

    Totalitarianism, whatever the form is not welcome here Karl.

    “Karl Rove and Grover Norquist are living their dreams”
    by Marty Wiseman – July 15, 2012

    “A Troubling Influence”
    By Frank Gaffney Jr. – December 9, 2003
    See “Penetrating the Bush Campaign”

    “Fever Pitch”
    By Franklin Foer – November 12, 2001

    “The Illusory Power of Grover Norquist”
    By Timothy Noah – November 27, 2012


  3. waltherppk says:

    Let me waxe philosophical and maybe like the Karate Kid waxe on — waxe off
    More than two thousand years ago before Gresham’s Law was named by an economist, it was recognized it has a parallel with men of greater and lesser worth in terms of character or nobility.'s_law

    The concept can be traced to ancient works, including Aristophanes’ The Frogs, where the prevalence of bad politicians is attributed to forces similar to those favoring bad money over good. The referenced passage from The Frogs is as follows (usually dated at 405 BC):

    The course our city runs is the same towards men and money.
    She has true and worthy sons.
    She has fine new gold and ancient silver,
    Coins untouched with alloys, gold or silver,
    Each well minted, tested each and ringing clear.
    Yet we never use them!
    Others pass from hand to hand,
    Sorry brass just struck last week and branded with a wretched brand.
    So with men we know for upright, blameless lives and noble names.
    These we spurn for men of brass…

    By definition a subversive is anyone who seeks to nullify, undermine, or “subvert” the constitution….through whatever means …including to “fundamentally transform” or “change” the basic principles and liberty protected by that constitution. Subversives regardless of party affiliation are domestic enemies and are a clear and present danger to the republic. No other identification of such threats is necessary for strategic decisions to respond to such threats with extreme prejudice, not just by political or legal action which may or may not be effective. Subversives are numerous and there is coming a reckoning because of the conflict of interest which they have inherent to their subversive agenda. I don’t think there is a peaceful political solution for the problem. When abuses and usurpations have reached the levels which already existed even several decades ago, what amounts to a tyrannical police state already exists even though it has wrapped itself in the flag and codified its multitude of abuses and usurpations so that many evils have been acomplished all “nice and legal”. Everything Hitler did was all “nice and legal” under German law……and law is always the instrument of tyrants used to “legitimize” their abuses and usurpations according to some theory of parliamentary supremacy or decree which makes every way the people are screwed to be “official”. The more corrupt the republic the more numerous the laws. When the monetary system and banking system is corrupted, it has always historically been a marker for the turning point from legitimacy to illegitimacy of government no matter what form that government. Greshams Law has its analogue with moral principles and ethics that are ultimately the political currency by which any form of government will prosper or fail. Principled societies reflect the character of that society’s people. The United States has been counterfeiting for too long and diminishing the worth of its society towards equality with those who are the lowest common denominator known as “urban thugs” or lowlife. Now we have a food stamp president and a hoodrat president who is the champion of lowlife and possibly the ultimate illegal alien……all we need now is jungle drums and cannibalism to punctuate what has been the direction of progression for the “progressive”. But why not dispense with the euphemism of “progressive” and just call subversives and degenerates and domestic enemies what they are.


  4. Annie says:

    Mr. Rove had an extreme case of the butt about Christine O’Donnell because she beat out Mike Castle in the primary and Mr. Rove worked on Castle’s campaign. Mr. Rove, as usual, so full of himself expected a win – opposite occurred and left him very embittered. Truly a person of very little character as displayed by his actions after his candidate’s defeat.


  5. howie says:

    Ugghhh! He is on Fox right now with his stupid whiteboard. He looks like a good candidate for the Gong Show. Give me the Gong. What an idiot. LOSER!


    • mcfyre2012 says:

      After Rove’s election predictions, Fox should have dumped him the day after the elections, as he has proven himself irrelevent. And his white board…makes him look like a tool.


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  7. retire2005 says:


    tie Rove’s comments in with the Democrat Party announcing that it is going to turn Texas blue in the next couple of years. Now, how does the DNC intend to do that? By continuing to object to voter i.d. laws and registering illegal aliens in Texas to vote.

    But Mr. Rove, the man who was once called “Bush’s Brain” seems to have lost some of his smarts. Not only did he have a major fail on the last election, he seems to have not noticed that he got b!tch slapped twice in his own [adopted] state of Texas; first, when he backed Kay Bailey Hutchison against Rick Perry and then when he backed David Dewhurst over Ted Cruz, Cruz being a true Tea Party candidate. Of course, the Tea Party is standing in his way of being a strong voice in today’s politics. Tea Partiers are not buying what he is selling anymore.

    In my own Texas county, attendence at county GOP meetings has fallen and attendence at the county Tea Party meetings has increased. No, TPers are not marching on D.C. now, but they have decided to get really serious at local levels where a return to conservative principals all begin. TPers are the NEW GOP, not the old back-slapping, pandering D.C. elites who think they deserve to be re-elected and deserve to continue to draw a taxpayer funded paycheck although they have sold out any conservatives credentials they might have had for the proverbial 30 pieces of silver.
    Quietly, TPers are going to separate the wheat from the shaft (yes, I meant shaft) and are becoming the NEW GOP. The old GOP has a choice; clean up its act, or be replaced with those, like Ted Cruz, who will.

    Rove is desparately trying to hold on to what he thinks is his; the old GOP. He thinks, in his mind only, that he is still a player. He hasn’t realized that all changed in November, 2008. So he will kick and scratch, alienating those who are willing to work for conservative values, just to hang on to what he once had, power. He is like the aged movie star, whose fame because of his youth, looks and sex appeal has come, and is now gone, struggling to stay relevant.

    Even the Republicans in my county are refusing to donate to the national party. We only support those candidates who we think will bring about the restoration of conservatism that made this the greatest nation in the history of mankind. Until the national GOP purges itself of the poseurs, it will remain in the shadows. Until it realizes that conservatives no longer want those retreads, who think they are deserving because it is their turn, like McCain and Romney, and offer a true fighter for the Constitution, it will continue to lose elections on the national level. The TPers understand this, and my guess is, so does Karl Rove, yet he will cling to that last straw of the the “establishment” like a drowning man so often does.

    Perhaps it is time for the GOP to burn, and to rise out of the ashes, a new party of conservative values that sustained us for 200 years. No more “compassionate” conservatism, as handed us by George Bush, which was nothing more than “liberal lite.” But adherence to the U.S. Constitution and original intent. A nation of opportunity, not “fairness,” a nation where individuals, not government, provide a hand “up,” not a hand “out.” A nation where we are truely judged on the content of our character, not the color of our skin. A nation of the people, by the people, and for the people.


  8. Josh says:

    Karl Rove has BEEN attacking the Tea Party, Conservatism, The Constitution …
    Karl Rove is one of THEM.


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