Monday, August 13, 2007


I feel sorry for anyone that had to witness the most disingenuous, the most delusional, the most pathetic resignation speech of all time today by "Turd Blossom", Karl Rove:

"I'm grateful to have been a witness to history. It has been the joy and the honor of a lifetime," said Rove, his voice quivering at times.

Excuse me while I get sick. Infamy may be the more appropriate word. History will mark your time here but not in a good way. Your legacy will be a level of partisanship and divisiveness unlike any in this country's history. A so-called "boy genius" who leaves a lame duck president with an unwinnable war and a Democratic majority in Congress. Have you gotten "joy" out of over 3,500 American deaths and 50,000+ Iraqi civilian deaths?

"But now is the time. ... At month's end," Rove said, "I will join those whom you meet in your travels, the ordinary Americans who tell you they are praying for you."

They are praying for you because they feel you'll need it. You've got a one-way ticket to hell after selling your soul many times over.

Good bye, Karl. Hopefully we'll not have to listen to any more of your brilliant quips:

"As people do better, they start voting like Republicans - unless they have too much education and vote Democratic, which proves there can be too much of a good thing."

"We will f**k him. Do you hear me? We will f**k him. We will ruin him. Like no one has ever f**ked him." -to an aide about some political stratagem in some state that had gone awry and a political operative who had displeased him.

"The human capacity for self-delusion is boundless, and the effects of belief are overpowering." -- Michael Shermer


CyberKitten said...

LOVE the Plato cartoon.

Amazing that he said that you can be too educated... then again coming from a Republican it's not that amazing at all......

Laura said...

Rumors are he's off to pollute the Guiliani campaign. Cuz what they need is someone involved in scandals who hasn't yet been caught!

Jeff said...

The Daily Show had a great little bit of his resignation. Had me laughing for quite awhile.

dbackdad said...

CK -- Yeah, I liked that Plato one too.

Laura -- I'm not sure how one could pollute the Guiliani campaign any more. It's a grease fire.

Jeff -- I had taped the Daily Show but hadn't watched it till tonight. Hilarious.

Donna said...

Do cyborgs feel "joy"?