Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Karma for Karl

Karl Rove meets the wrath of the monster he created.


Dan Riehl, a conservative who blogs at the site, went the farthest in his attacks on Rove, calling on Fox News to "suspend" him and "investigate" reports that he tried to tip the balance for Castle in behind-the-scenes meetings with tea partiers in Delaware last year.

"Especially given his comments on Fox News tonight, until this is resolved, it seems impossible to trust Rove as an objective analyst," Riehl wrote. "In terms of the conservative movement, we should not simply ignore him, but proactively work to undermine Rove in whatever ways we can, given his obvious willingness to undermine us."

The fringe elements of the right wing party became self-aware and after stoking, tempting and encouraging these vapid neo-cons; Rove is finally getting his just due. He used them to perpetuate a policy of fear, it's karma that they are turning on him.

If this is a sign of things to come, however we should all be on watch. Yes, in the interim the O'Donnell win bodes well for Democrats in Delaware. In the long run, it's discomforting we have one of our political parties losing its in-fighting to the extremists. Rove is reaping what he sowed and although part of me revels in its irony, I can't but help be reminded of the Volkisch Movement.

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