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Karl Rove's in tro-ouble

"Livid" billionaire donors who threw hundreds of millions down the Rove rathole, and even getting bitchslapped by Donald Trump!

[quote]"The billionaire donors I hear are livid," one Republican operative told The Huffington Post. "There is some holy hell to pay. Karl Rove has a lot of explaining to do … I don't know how you tell your donors that we spent $390 million and got nothing."

[quote]Rove even suffered the indignity of being insulted on Twitter by the blustery Donald Trump, who had attended Romney's election night party here on Tuesday night, but left early after it was clear that Obama had won a second term.

[quote]"Congrats to @KarlRove on blowing $400 million this cycle. Every race @CrossroadsGPS ran ads in, the Republicans lost. What a waste of money," Trump tweeted, inaccurately...

[quote]Rove was forced to defend his group's expenditures live on Fox News on Tuesday night, and will hold a briefing with top donors on Thursday, according to Politico.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 10211/13/2012

He is getting EXACTLY what he deserves. This self-inflated fat fuck has had it coming for a long long time now. Were only he somehow ended up being pushed down a long flight of stairs to land on Barbara Bush -- now that would be justice truly fitting this rancid shitstain on America's history.

This asshole and his mentor Lee Atwater deserve the hell they will surely find themselves in for what they have done to polarize this country and turn people against one another -- while making a sleazy fortune in the process of doing so.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 111/08/2012

I totally agree, R1.

The other part is that these people were gambling. If they couldn't afford to lose the money, they shouldn't have placed their bets. Too bad they chose the wrong horse to bet.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 211/08/2012

Every smarmy, manipulating lying fraud and douchebag eventually gets his/her comeuppance.

Romney, Rove, Trump, McConnell, Ryan, Koch Bothers, Sheldon Addelson, Coulter, Hannity, Limbaugh Fox News, etc., etc. finally got theirs. The list could go on forever.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 311/08/2012

He's the lowest of the low

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 411/08/2012

Is this the beginning of the end for Rove? I don't see how any more future GOP candidates would want Turd Blossom anywhere near them. His brand of vitriol and divisiveness.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 611/08/2012

He's a psychopath and a ratfucking cannibal, he'll turn on romney and eat his own.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 711/08/2012

They've already turned against him at Red State. Rachel did a segment on how all his money *may* have affected one (1) Senate race (in Nevada) - period.

J o P

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 811/08/2012

All of those fat cats who donated expecting to be appointed as ambassadors to some cushy country must be planning to "disappear" him.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 911/08/2012

Anything that takes money away from these evil plutocrats sounds pretty good to me.

Funny...I think Rove just officially became the biggest ponzi schemer in history!

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 1011/08/2012

Oh, this idiot at r11 is in a bunch of threads decrying 'hate' from Democrats because we dare to have some balls.

Yeah, tell me more about the sweetness and light of the Tea Party and Rush Limbaugh, Pollyanna. The fact is ol' Karl thought he could steal another election and is infuriated that America didn't go along. Who can forget hour upon hour in the last 2 days of Rush, Bill O'Reilly, Hannity, etc. raging and bloviating about the "oppressed minority of white people" and how "people just want stuff from Santa Claus." Did you see the angry football player on Fox & Friends? I did. He's spitting and fuming.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 1211/08/2012

Thanks, R11. It's always good to hear Jack Kerouac's take on politics.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 1311/08/2012

W&W for R5.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 1411/08/2012

Maybe if Republicans stopped pandering to the mouth-breathing crowd and realized they need to be a bit more moderate and accepting... I dunno, just a hunch. If you have to throw millions of dollars at winning an election (which is really sad and pathetic, btw) and you still lose, then it's probably time to consider all the issues you're on the wrong side of.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 1511/08/2012

He's going to face a bunch lawsuits for fraud.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 1611/08/2012

I hope so.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 1711/08/2012

Isn't a conflict of interest for Rove to run a PAC and be a political consultant/commentator on FOX News?

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 1811/08/2012

So Rove is going to be the fall guy... interesting...

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 1911/08/2012

Karl Rove is the Joseph Goebbels of the 21st century. The man has told so many lies he can no longer distinguish fact from the fantasy world he's created.

And the Republican party today is just like the Nazi Party in April of 1945: hunkered down in their bunker, still thinking they can win and blaming and scapegoating anybody they think is standing in the way of their domination of the world. In the Republican Party's case, that would be women, blacks, Hispanics, Asians and gays, or in other words, most of the US population.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2011/08/2012

karl rove SHOULD be one of the fall guys.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2111/08/2012

Alec Baldwin said "you know your party's in trouble when you ask 'did the rape guy win?' and you have to ask 'which one?'"

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2211/08/2012

If these major donors were organized crime, and, let's face it, they are very close to it, Karl's days would be numbered.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2311/08/2012

Someone needs to bug that room and then put the tape online.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2411/08/2012

The only race they bought was

Nevada Senate: Dean Heller

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2511/08/2012

How pathetic that rich white guys will spend 1 billion dollars rather than just pay their fair share in taxes. Aren't political donations tax deductible, so they will probably end up making money on it anyway.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2611/08/2012

Political contributions aren't tax deductible.

Carry on.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2711/08/2012

Sadly, I think you all underestimate Rove.

He'll let them yell, and then he'll convince them that it's all their fault and they need to spend twice as much in 2014.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2811/08/2012

Here's another tidbit: Clear Channel is owned by Bain Capital.

And YES they are deductible, 100%.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 2911/08/2012

What kind of country is this when you can't even buy an election?

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3011/08/2012

R27,

Here we go:

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3111/08/2012

We know $6B was spent this year on political ads, let's say 1/2 of which went to outdoor/radio/tv ads and the largest corporation with all 3? Yep, Bain Capital. The sole stock holder? Yep, Mit Romney.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3211/08/2012

Political donations are not tax deductable, but I am not so sure that donations to PACs are not tax deductable since they are not donations to a candidate.

The wonderful news of this election is that the huge money spent by plutocrats to get what they want (in most cases not ambassadorships but favorable treatment of their interests no matter what the cost) did not carry the day. That is not to say that huge money will not in the future. I tend to think that if Republicans had dropped their social/religious agenda and all that goes with it- they may have carried the day on their (false) economic arguments. I believe their immigration positions, their positions on abortion, birth control, rape(!) planned parenthood, gay marriage etc is what did them in.

In any case, big money did not carry the day. The good fight won this time.

Also, Obama had/has the most sophisticated on the ground organization that targeted his most likely constituency. Their goal was and is to get them to vote to carry the day. This is where practically all the DNC money goes- to this organization. Romney mimiced this operation late in the game and did it poorly, or so I am told.

By the way, Lee Atwater, who was Rove's mentor and the dirtiest political hack perhaps of all time, I believe did die, horribly- from brain cancer (probably glioblastoma) and from what I remember of a documentary of his life- was quite repentent at the end of his life for his methods on the job. Intersting.

Rove and Limbaugh ought to buy a nice dockside ranch in Ft Lauderdale and tend potted plants, pop oxycontin and tuck into their favorite junk food. They can surf the internet for their favorite porn and help each other wank off (since neither can reach their own little dicks).

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3311/08/2012

Oh, is it wrong for me to be getting such joy from the mere thought of this?

Oh, joy! Oh, elation! Oh, rapture undefined! KKKarl Rove's ass will soon be MINE!

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3411/08/2012

I'm right with you, R34.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3511/08/2012

R33, READ link at R31, PAC donations are labeled "Business Expense" and are 100% tax deductible, IF the pac doesn't tell you who to vote for. Obama is a bad bad bad Muslim, he's ruining this county." THAT is not tell you who to vote for, just who is "ruining" the country.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3611/08/2012

[quote]He'll let them yell, and then he'll convince them that it's all their fault and they need to spend twice as much in 2014.

Nah don't be too sure after his Fox debacle, trying to pull the call. Even Republicans said he was an embarrasment.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3711/08/2012

[quote] Any donation to a political party, campaign, or action committee is non-deductible. Other non-deductible contributions are those to individual people, labor unions, business associations, for-profit schools, for-profit hospitals, foreign governments, and fees paid to associations or state or municipal governments.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3811/08/2012

It wasn't about how much money they raised since both sides had over a $1 billion. The Obama campaign was smart enough to spend that on high tech database mining and micro targeting. The Republicans ran a bunch of 30 seconds ads and it got them nowhere. They were outsmarted.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 3911/08/2012

[quote] pretended their was

"There was"

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 4211/08/2012

I think you are right R40- Limbaugh as well. But is sure was good to see him and his billions fail.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 4311/08/2012

R41- would you rather have Romney in office and Republican Senate?

The "budget cliff" was created by the Republican House- it is in their interest (politically) to not let it take effect- never mind matters of good policy. They know it, Obama knows it. They have to play ball.

A compromise is what will happen- don't go crazy if all we want does not happen. Compromise is the nature of all politics, for all time.

Yeah, I was pretty sure PAC donations were deductable- thanks for the confirmations above. I gave a lot of money (for me) to campaigns this year- directly- so I have less for my usual tax deductable donations. I did not give to any PAC.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 4411/08/2012

Billionaires aren't losing money if they donated to PACs.

So they are no poorer than they were before this.

It's all theater.

The latest GOP meme is that Hurricane Sandy won Obama the presidency. Pfft. Blue states were affected. Chris Christie had nothing to do with it. His state was voting for Obama anyway.

Don't write off Rove. He's got a lifetime position.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 4511/08/2012

From today's NY Times. Hee hee:

The biggest single donor in political history, the casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson, mingled with other Romney backers at a postelection breakfast, fresh off a large gamble gone bad. Of the eight candidates he supported with tens of millions of dollars in contributions to “super PACs,” none were victorious on Tuesday.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 4611/08/2012

"It's just a cycle.

Rove, Inc was pronounced DOA in 2008."

And he was DOA in 2008 and remained so and by hijacking the Tea Party to become the Republican Party, he essentially killed both. The man is DOA now and forever.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 4711/08/2012

Then they are idiots. You don't spend billions on an election thinking you won't possibly lose. The responsibility is your own.

But then again, even that upper 1/10 of 1% sometimes think of themselves as "victims," don't they, Mitt?

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 4811/08/2012

One of Roves soldiers was on Chuck Todd's show this morning. He said their explanation of the debacle was that the results would have been much worse had it not been for their involvement. Yeah, that's going to make the rich guys feel sooooo much better.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 4911/08/2012

[quote]The biggest single donor in political history, the casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson, mingled with other Romney backers at a postelection breakfast, fresh off a large gamble gone bad.

As The Daily Show pointed out last night, Adelson did more to defeat Romney than anyone with the massive checks he wrote to Gingrich to attack Romney in the primaries, and it was his money that paid for the 30 minute commercial/movie attacking Romney over Bain--a theme the President only had to pick up and run to victory with. Obama owes Adelson a thank-you note.

But because he is rich and has the ability to write those checks again in 2014 and 2016, everyone is more than comfortable overlooking that fact.

If that doesn't prove that this is about money and not about any real moral or political viewpoint, then nothing does.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5011/08/2012

I don't think Lee Atwater would ever been as tin-eared as Rove. He looked at real data, he didn't sequester himself with 'unskewed' polls and numbers and old turnout models the way these people have.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5111/08/2012

I'll be there to fuck his pain away.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5211/08/2012

An EMS crew was called to the scene of Karl Rove's closed meeting with billionaire donors, where witnesses said medics pumped nearly a gallon of fresh semen from his stomach.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5311/08/2012

[quote]One of Roves soldiers was on Chuck Todd's show this morning. He said their explanation of the debacle was that the results would have been much worse had it not been for their involvement.

Amazing. And it doesn't square with the fact that Romney received 2 million votes fewer than McCain in 2008.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5411/08/2012

Someone high up HAS to take the fall. The 1%'s ego is hurt and they won't be happy with some minor minion getting his head cut off.

Rove made the mistake to fix the results for Romney too low and the voter support for Obama surpassed Rove's fixed voter fraud results.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5511/09/2012

Rove is a like a cockroach. Don't count him out yet.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5611/09/2012

[quote]Don't write off Rove. He's got a lifetime position.

so, when does he die?

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5711/09/2012

He'll probably have no trouble raising another half a billion for the mid terms. These Republican billionaires hate the left so much that they'll listen to any excuse he gives them.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5811/09/2012

[quote]Don't write off Rove. He's got a lifetime position.

Prone

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 5911/09/2012

And spread.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 6011/09/2012

There was a time when Cher had the distinguished honor of being the only living thing still left standing along with the cockroaches after the nuclear holocaust.

However, I'm afraid that Cher and the cockroaches may have unwelcome company to scum up their idyllic universe: Karl Rove.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 6111/09/2012

If this vile pig had any self-respect he would never have shown his ham face again after the entire W. Bush Administration left office in disgrace.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 6211/09/2012

I wouldn't be surprised if one of his mega-wealthy donors invites Karl over to their estate...in order to play the most dangerous game!

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 6311/09/2012

David Axelrod was on TV today saying that maybe all those billionaire donors will think twice, because they got nothing from Karl Rove! LOL! Gotta love Axe!

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 6411/09/2012

Karl! Old buddy! Let's go hunting.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 6511/09/2012

Election's biggest loser: Karl Rove

Karl Rove and his investors were the biggest losers on US election day. The Republican strategist created the model for outside money groups that raised and spent more than $US1 billion ($960 million) on the November 6 elections – many of which saw almost no return for their money.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 6611/09/2012

He won't be out of work but he's got a problem.

It's not just that he took almost $400 million dollars. It's not even that he lost some - it's that he took all that money and lost almost all of them. More importantly, he has made rich old white men look like fools. They hate that as much or more than having thrown the money away.

He publicly embarrassed them.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 6711/09/2012

does anyone else think that the reason rove refused to believe the call on ohio was because he was waiting for the results from his rigged voting machines to come in, but somehow they never did? he was just waaaaay too positive the results would eventually be in his favor....

i wonder if someone foiled the plot? re-rigged the machines?

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 6911/09/2012

Is Rove a top or a bottom when he hires hustlers?

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7011/09/2012

yes, r69. There was a look in his eyes that read "but that isn't how we rigged this!!!"

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7111/09/2012

R67 has a very good point.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7211/09/2012

Wait--R68, you're "thrilled" that you made R12 mad?

What happened to all your pleas for civility?

Yeah, no one's buying what you're selling. We know who you are. You were nasty pre-election and this new persona you're pushing is a crock of shit.

Beyond that, every one of your posts is insane. Get lost.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7311/09/2012

R67 is right. And, don't forget, Karl doesn't do charity work. He got a chunk right up front. So right now it is looking like he fleeced them.

R68 is an idiot. Karl Rove's behavior on Fox during the election was discussed all over the media yesterday and Wednesday.

R69, you may be right about Rove, but the deal is, rigging only works at the margins, in other words, the voting has to be very close to believably bump it the other way. Apparently, it wasn't as close as Rove thought it would be, so it didn't happen.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7411/09/2012

Karma's a bitch, ain't it?

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7511/09/2012

[quote] I don't watch all those Fox shows he seems drawn to, but I doubt if anyone was "bloviating about the oppressed minority of white people."

That's exactly what they were saying. "Wah wah wah, demographics have changed forever. Wah wah wah, 'traditional America' is no more. Wah wah wah, white voters only accounted for X percent of the vote." And so on. They weren't even being especially subtle with their coded language this time.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7611/09/2012

Karl Rove will be back. He always comes back.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7711/09/2012

This is so rich it just HAS to be fattening.

Another +1 with r67.

Plutocrats mete out the humiliation and embarrassment,they're not ever on the receiving end. Until now.

Still, the Karl Roves and Ralph Reeds of this world can't be killed off. They're more durable then vampires; mere wooden stakes and silver bullets won't do the trick.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7811/09/2012

Lee Atwater had the grace to have his brain rot from cancer. We can hope for similar for Rove.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 7911/09/2012

Even the Republicans trying to remain "above the fray" focus on pandering to the Hispanic vote, i.e. immigration issues. Nothing about how the idea of tax breaks for the rich and cuts in social services is summarily rejected by the majority of the American public.

I've also not heard a lot from Republicans about how they might need to take a look at their archaic views about women's reproductive rights. Lord knows not a word about their attitudes about gays.

Again, more simple-mindedness from a bunch of fucked-up people.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8011/09/2012

I'm surprised by the number of posters still willing to ascribe some power to Karl Rove. He's OVAH! Who's going to give him another 400 M to blow? He's gone the way of Tom DeLay. Over. Finished. Never to be heard from again.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8111/09/2012

Where the hell is Wikileaks when you need them?

They should be gathering emails from Crossroads GPS, the Romney campaign, and the Republican Party HQ.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8211/09/2012

R80 - the job of a Republican political woman is to stare in adoring wonder at some of the ugliest, in-bred mother-fuckers in the world...

Who then goes out and fucks his nice little Log Cabinner...

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8311/09/2012

I hope I'm wrong and you're right, r81.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8411/09/2012

Dick Morris -- always wrong. Still as a job

Charles Krauthammer -- Always wrong. Still has a job

Rupert Murdoch -- Always wrong. Still a billionaire media-shaping creep

William Kristol -- Always wrong. Still has the Weekly Standard, funded at at least a loss of a million dollars a year by Murdoch

Grover Norquist -- never elected to anything. Still has enormous, unearned media and political power

Karl Rove -- will still have a job. Sends his kid to the same school as political dynasty children, media mucky-muck children, billionaire children. He's in the Beltway-billionaire-K Street-political-media bubble. Not going anywhere.

If you think he's going anywhere, you're not cynical enough to understand today's America.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8511/09/2012

[quote]Don't write off Rove. He's got a lifetime position.

[quote]so, when does he die?

On the same day as Dick Cheney.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8611/09/2012

It would be funny if Rove disappeared like Hoffa. It could happen. "Last seen getting into a black SUV"......

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8711/09/2012

[quote] Who's going to give him another 400 M to blow?

Yeah, this. It's never going to happen again. No one thinks he possesses magical powers anymore.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8811/09/2012

Well I just hope that what people take away from this is to be very careful about who you listen to and which media source you trust.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 8911/09/2012

Will never happen R89. That's what both Faux News and I hope for.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9011/09/2012

Know who you're dealing with and adjust accordingly.

Remember, moderate Republicans are gone or in deep hiding. These are Evangelicals and those playing their game. You don't compromise on Jesus. Jesus makes them always right and they are always converting you from a morally-superior position.

Facts are dangerous.

Glenn Beck just told his followers to move west and take their kids out of the indoctrinating public schools. The entire message of the Democratic National Convention was missed by them.

This is "repent sinners and see you in church. And stop thinking, it's dangerous!"

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9111/09/2012

Karl's gonna become one of the "desaparecidos."

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9211/09/2012

have we heard from karl since?

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9311/12/2012

has anybody seen karl since the election? maybe r92 is right.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9411/12/2012

R85, I agree with that. But even Washington can be a funny place. Sure, he can keep his kids in school - from all those consulting fees he pocketed from his super PAC - he can write his little opinion pieces. Basically, he can become Dick Morris.

But he'll never be "Karl Rove" again. Nobody is going to give him $400 M again. And nobody is going to think he has magical dark powers again. His brand is ruined. It's just turd now without the blossom.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9511/12/2012

Also R91, according to the election breakdown in the NYT the religious right can do what they want but they are no longer a factor that can win GOP elections. They turned up, they were there but there's not enough of them; like the angry old white men, their numbers are dwindling and the under 30s are not identifying with religion. In fact, the number of people in that age range that describe themselves as agnostic or aethiest is growing.

It's a numbers game and the evangelicals and conservative establishment do not have the numbers anymore.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9611/12/2012

thank god!

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9711/12/2012

Now we need the fundies to split from the Repugs and form their own party so we can be rid of them both forever.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9811/12/2012

i'm still worried- where is dear sweet karl? i hope nothing bad has happened to him.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 9911/13/2012

Karl's probably stranded in some god forsaken place trying to figure out why the credit card from the Romney campaign no longer works.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 10011/13/2012

Not to worry, r99. Karl was on Hannity last night. He's hiding in plain sight.

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 10111/13/2012

Is he still alive?

by I should be getting tired of this popcorn, but somehow I%2reply 10211/13/2012
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