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    ROVE IGNORES ROLE AMNESTY OPPOSITION PLAYED IN JOLLY SPECIAL ELECTION WIN

    Karl Rove the hispanderer from the Bush administration has not changed his tune. He is still in the bag for the SSP.

    ROVE IGNORES ROLE AMNESTY OPPOSITION PLAYED IN JOLLY SPECIAL ELECTION WIN



    by TONY LEE
    14 Mar 2014

    In his analysis of Florida Republican David Jolly's special election win over Democrat Alex Sink on Tuesday, Republican establishment strategist Karl Rove failed to fully acknowledge the importance of both mobilizing the Republican base for this fall's midterm elections and opposing amnesty.


    In an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal on Thursday, Rove wrote that Jolly's win showed that "ObamaCare is a potent issue that hurts Democrats badly but isn't sufficient by itself." He mentioned that there could be similar conditions that led 2010's epic sweep, but he did not mention that the Tea Party fueled that wave.

    Without explicitly saying so, Rove conceded that mobilizing the base is the key to winning midterm elections. He wrote that attacking ObamaCare motivated Republicans "more than supporting it energized Democrats. Independents opposed ObamaCare but by a narrower margin."

    Another issue that motivated the base--and even independent voters in the swing district--was Jolly's opposition to amnesty. Jolly showed that swing districts can be won by opposing amnesty.
    During the campaign, Sink was in favor of amnesty and even said the country needed it so people like her could hire cheap labor. Jolly blasted her for those comments and was the only candidate who was against amnesty. He even ran commercials emphasizing the point.

    Daniel Horowitz of the Madison Project observed after the election that the "notion that we must support amnesty to remain viable is clearly laid to waste by this victory in a Florida swing district." He argued that "if running as a conservative on the issues, including the issue of immigration, is a pathway to victory in an Obama 4 district, imagine the results in a district Romney carried by 10, 20, or 30 points."

    Horowitz also predicted that establishment operatives like Rove would ignore that point. "But don’t expect the wizards of smart within the Republican Party establishment to ever consider that the reality of the immigration issue might be in conflict with their conventional wisdom," he wrote. "There is too much money invested in that fallacious premise."

    On cue, Rove did not mention that issue in his analysis. Instead, he focused on how Democrats who supported Obamacare may be even more vulnerable than Sink.

    "However, unlike Ms. Sink, Democratic incumbents voted for ObamaCare and made promises that turned out to be untrue, making them far more vulnerable than she was," Rove wrote. He also noted that Republicans, especially with help from outside groups, outperformed Democrats on the ground to help Jolly.
    Two national polls have found that a plurality of Americans are less likely to vote for candidates who support amnesty, but mentioning that would go against the interests of Rove and the GOP establishment who want to ram through amnesty for their big-business allies who want cheap labor.

    Rove also launched a political action group that vowed to wage war on Tea Party and conservative candidates in 2014, but he has been on the retreat after receiving considerable backlash from the base. Emphasizing how beneficial it may be for politicians to oppose amnesty may only further embolden those grassroots voters.

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    Rove has always been a globalist, open borders liberal parading as a conservative. Since La Raza has a big seat in the White House, time to look back and see who put them there.JMO

    American Taxpayers Being Forced To Support Latino Nazi Party
    By Dave Gibson on (Sep 15, 06)

    In 2005, the Latino group known as La Raza (The Race) was given $15.2 million in U.S. federal grants. La Raza also received an additional $4 million in so-called ‘earmarks’ tucked into the 2005 Housing Bill, which our Congress passed and President Bush signed. Considering the racist agenda of La Raza, giving federal funds to this group is tantamount to the U.S. funding the Nazis in the 1930’s.

    The comparison to the Nazi Party is well deserved. La Raza openly supports pushing all but Latino Americans out of a portion of the United States (ethnic cleansing), they call for ‘Reconquista’ or the re-conquest of the American Southwest by Mexico (the re-occupation of the Sudetanland), and the establishment of ‘Atzlan’ which is the utopian all-Latino version of the American Southwestern states (Adolf Hitler planned to called his utopia Germania).


    Karl Rove was one of the keynote speakers at this year’s annual National Council of La Raza Conference. The event was held in Los Angeles (the eventual capital of Atzlan). Other speakers included Jesse Jackson, Bill Clinton, and the virulent racist L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. The fact that Karl Rove is the President’s top political adviser and addressed the group with Bush’s blessing, is a strong indicator that this nation is being subverted at the very highest levels.


    If La Raza was a white supremacist group with equally deep pockets, the U.S. government would place them on a terrorist watch list, infiltrate them with undercover FBI agents, and subject them to constant harassment by the Internal Revenue Service. Eventually, the group’s leaders would be jailed and the group itself would be rendered irrelevant. However, because La Raza is a Latino supremacist group, the Bush administration and most of Congress offer them financial support!


    One of La Raza’s biggest supporters is Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV). In 2001, Reid asked the Senate Appropriations Committee for $5 million to help further the racist goals of that organization. That same year, La Raza gave Sen. Reid their Capital Award for “his commitment to advance legislation priorities of the Latino community.” Reid in turn praised La Raza by saying: “La Raza is like the biblical David, fighting all these Goliaths.”


    Taxpayer funds are also funneled to La Raza through the Department of Health and Human Services, The Environmental Protection Agency, and even NASA. Tax dollars are hidden in these government agencies, earmarked to be specifically given away to La Raza. Inside the halls of Congress, the practice is known as discretionary funding...In the real world it is known as money laundering!


    In 2005, $7.9 million was stolen from the American taxpayers and given out to Latino-only charter schools in the form of U.S. Department of Education grants. The following is a list of a few of those schools:

    -La Academia Semillas del Pueblo (Los Angeles)
    -Atzlan Academy (Tucson, AZ)
    -Mexicayotl Academy (Nogales, AZ)
    -The Dolores Huerta Prepatory High School (Pueblo, CO)
    -Academia Cesar Chavez Charter School (St. Paul, MN)


    These schools stress Latino culture, the Spanish language, the reconquest of the American Southwest, ethnic cleansing and the establishment of the mythical Atzlan, and even Aztec math!...Again, all taught on your dime!


    According to the Capital Research Center, La Raza has assets well in excess of $50 million. This same group reports that La Raza spends about $1 million annually on lobbying and fundraising.


    Can you imagine a high-ranking member of the Roosevelt administration making a trip to Berlin to show support for the Nazi Party? Or perhaps the Congress appropriating money to the Ku Klux Klan? While those scenarios both sound absurd, the support that our elected officials are giving to the racist group known as La Raza is no different.


    One has to wonder, if the KKK offered extremely cheap labor to unscrupulous American businesses and potential votes to equally unscrupulous politicians...Would Congress fund whites-only charter schools?



    By Dave Gibson on Sep 15, 06
    http://capitolhillcoffeehouse.com/more.php?id=1170_0_1_0_M
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    Rove is all about maintaining the status quo, RINO's and Liberals in DC, to him it's a money game not about the people, liberty or the country. If America is to survive as the country I grew up in we must remove liberals and rino's from power we simply have no other choice at this point
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    You've got the "boy genius" pegged. Rove is still pushing an amnesty. Jolly said, PUBLICALLY, that he opposes that. The Beltway GOP was ready to throw the guy under the bus last week. Since the victory, all the RINO's are elbowing their way in front of the nearest camera or mike, claiming credit for it. Remember, Rove is a fixture on FNC because Murdoch wants an amnesty. Why, I don't know, as his viewership is adamantly opposed to it. But, Rupert is an Aussie so he has no allegiance to this Nation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vivalamigra View Post
    Remember, Rove is a fixture on FNC because Murdoch wants an amnesty. Why, I don't know, as his viewership is adamantly opposed to it. But, Rupert is an Aussie so he has no allegiance to this Nation.
    Fox is already invested in it.

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