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Karl Rove Fully Unmasked?

21 June 2015 @ 21:04

The pudgy little pontificating ninny, Karl Christian Rove, may have exposed what’s under his schmuck mask on Fox News Sunday:

Now maybe there’s some magic law that will keep us from having more of these [incidents like the Charleston shootings]. I mean basically the only way to guarantee that we will dramatically reduce acts of violence involving guns is to basically remove guns from society, and until somebody gets enough “oomph” to repeal the Second Amendment, that’s not going to happen.

Ladd Ehlinger [and many others] think we shall the real side of Rove with this comment:


Sooper Mexican thinks this is much ado about nothing:

He said the only way to GUARANTEE there’s no more gun violence is to take all guns away. And he says that’s not gonna happen. After that he talks about other ways this tragedy could have been prevented.

So everyone calm the hell down and quit jumping to stupid conclusions. There’s enough to rage about without having to make stuff up.

The key word in Rove’s statement is ‘oomph’.  I can’t recall it ever being used it a way that implies one does not admire the oomph — the testicular fortitude, as it were — being referred to.

Karl-Rove-IAmADickheadWeasel-365So, I’m with those who see this as a revealing moment.

If the tubby pillock had used a phrase like ‘arrogant low cunning’ instead, I might not be on the side I am.  Roget’s Thesaurus lists these words as being interchangeable with and/or similar to ‘oomph’:

animation, bounce, brio, dash, élan, esprit, life, liveliness, pertness, sparkle, spirit, verve, vigor, vim, vivaciousness, vivacity, zip.

Rove is guilty as charged by Ladd and the others.

It is not unusual for a member of the Establishment, for those who believe they deserve to be in Power And Control over the rest of us, to find such things as the Second Amendment ‘bothersome’, ‘pesky’, and ‘inconvenient’ because it often stands as blockade preventing the ‘Enlightened Ones’ of The Establishment from doing ‘their job’.

No matter which interpretation of his remarks you agree with, I think we on the Sane Right can all agree with the sentiment expressed by Ladd in another Tweet:

Of course, Leo Amery’s remark to Neville Chamberlain applies, as well:

You have sat too long here for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!

Go Away, Loyalist.


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