2008 Elections: A Simplified Strategy

Rove Has His, We’ve Got Our Own

The following article is food for thought for any who think that the 2008 presidential election is “over”.

How many candidates have the “experts” pronounced “unstoppable” so far–and it’s only 17 days into 2008?

Karl Rove told a group of state Republican officials Wednesday that while the GOP primaries “are far from over,” each of the candidates can beat the top two Democrats — and the former White House aide then outlined a strategy how.

While Rove, the man President Bush called “the architect,” might have retired from the White House, he is clearly still very much engaged in the day-to-day mechanics of the presidential contests on both sides.

In an address to a group of state GOP executive directors at the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) winter meeting, Rove outlined talking points for ways to defeat leading Democratic candidates Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) and Barack Obama (Ill.).

The article then provides some detailed election strategy involving issues and outlooks and myriad possibilities.

The report also states, “The former adviser to the president did not mention former Sen. John Edwards (N.C.).” Other possibilities that Rove chose to not mention included Dennis Kucinich, Dennis Rodman and Dennis the Menace.

All this prompted RidesAPaleHorse to offer his own election strategy.

RAPH: “My idea……….less complicated.

It also offers the great advantage of being able to be worn on the lapel.

by Mondoreb & RidesAPaleHorse

Source: Rove previews strategies against Clinton, Obama


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