Sunday, December 2, 2007

Karl Rove gives advice to Obama on how to beat Hillary

Posted by Teresa at 6:44 PM
Wow. Note that he's not giving advice to the Republicans on how to beat Hillary
but to Barack Obama. Does this mean that even Karl Rove wants Barack Obama
to win? I must admit, I like some his advice. I would especially listen to this nugget:
Hillary may come over as calculating and shifty but she looks in control.
You, on the other hand, often come over as weak and ineffectual. In some
debates, you do not even look at her when disagreeing with her, making
it look as if you are afraid of her. She offers you openings time and again
but you do not take advantage of them. Sharpen your attacks and make
them more precise.
My advice to Obama is to take Karl Rove's advice, the man knows how to win.
Also, it wouldn't hurt to show that one can listen to people from other political
affiliations.

Side note: This has been one of the weirdest primaries ever. What's next:
President Bush telling Hillary Clinton how she can win next year?

Correction: Someone pointed out to me that Rove has given advice to the
Republican candidates.

1 comments:

Jimmie on 8:23 AM, December 03, 2007 said...

I smell a clever rat. Maybe Rove thinks that the candidate that will be toughest to beat is Obama, so he's backing him over Clinton, knowing full well that the reflexive reaction from the nutroots will be to pillory Obama for whatever he did to get the Beast Rove's unsolicited advice. Indeed, questions may about about whether Rove's advice was spontaneous and unsolcited as the Obama campaign will no doubt claim. The nutroots, hemmed in by six years of pure Rove hatred will send them into paroxyms of rage and, before they realize what they've done, they will will have beaten Obama down like DeNiro beat that guy at the table down in The Untouchables.

It's deucedly clever!

(Man, it's fun being Rosie O'Donnell's hear writer!)

 

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