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  1. patriotsoul

    My God.
    You have got this 100% right!
    And was it not Rove who should be tarred and feathered as a Rino idiot
    who welcomed the idea of Akin’s murder ?
    We trusted tha idiot???
    who said whoi

    1. Thanks.

      Ya know, I worry more about the big donor than Rove. I understand Rove’s a slick salesman. He did a great job building a business case for his approach. But those donors, by and large, earned their vast wealth through smart business decisions. I’ll be their corporations are far more technologically advanced than ORCA and Rove’s statistical systems. I’ll bet they employ top strategists and analysts. I’ll be they look ahead at the next challenges and opportunities, not back anomolous events like the 2010 Tea Part election.

      I’d really like to see new minds and fresh ideas attract the big donations for 2014 and 2016. Use the off-year election as a valid test of hypotheses, and invest heavily in the winners for 2016.

      1. MAJOR123

        Yes, enthusiastic new minds as well.
        But I need to add, this administration is E.V.I.L., not to mention all of the categories under that heading.
        Spiritual expertise, would be a plus, here,
        A friend who agrees with the massive fraud assessment, said we could have had a 90% turnout for conservative principles and the Constitution as the rule of law, but they would have still found a way to win even then.
        I am betting on people to be very weary by 2014.
        Fraud expertise will be critical to win.
        Your links for that are very good..

        A friend agreed with my fr

  2. patriotsoul

    thanks wordpress :(

  3. JC

    Just how do you think you are going to overcome registering imaginary and dead people and all the fraud and corruption used by the Democrats with the help of he most corrupt AG ever seen in the United States , Eric Holder. Vote early and often is their motto. Unless the Republicans stoop to their level we will never win another election. Even the UN is shocked we don’t require proper id’s. All the publicity in the world will not overcome their dishonesty and when they hear the truth they don’t believe what they hear even if it is a proven fact.


    1. JC, I hate to say it, but you’re sounding a lot like the 47% Romney talked about: helpless, hopeless, dependent.

      There are organizations working on this. Check out True The Vote. In Missouri, you can get involved through Missouri Precinct Project.

      You have a choice, as all of us do. You can sit around admiring the problem, or you do something about it. What you do might not work, but you won’t feel hopeless and dependent on dark, mysterious forces that manipulate your life.

      Click one of those links. Volunteer to work on clean elections in your area. If you come up short, at least you tried.

      If you’re already involved, then I’d love to hear what you’ve done. Your story might inspire others to jump into the fray.

  4. Kathleen Wimmer

    Bill – I think you are absolutely right!!

    1. Thank you! And you are one of the inspiration leaders doing something measurable. Thank you for your hard work and accomplishments.

  5. Frieda Keough

    Right on – so are you going to lead us and tell us what to do, where to go?

    1. Absolutely. I just sent JC to True the Vote and Missouri Precinct Project.

      And there’s more. If you’ve never been to an After Party, start this Thursday, November 15, at Yacovelli’s in Florissant at 7 pm. We’re talking about Fair Tax and Flat Tax, and how Big Ideas will trump petty policy statements, especially with those who didn’t bother to vote in 2012.

      Frieda, you’ve been the epitome of doing instead of sitting around complaining. Your tireless work with MOPP stands as a model for everyone who’s (understandably) tempted to throw up their hands in despair and wait for a political savior.

  6. Larry Slater

    I only have one question; why is anyone still listening to Rove? My goodness sakes he was Bush’s key advidsor that says it all.

    1. Two thoughts, Larry.
      1. Rove’s job isn’t ideas, it’s getting people elected. And he was credited with getting Bush elected. Twice.
      2. On the bases of 1, he amassed a lot of money. Money still talks.
      And maybe a 2.5: We desperately need a new campaign mastermind, but one who fully understands changes in marketing, analytics, social networks, and media. Those dynamics changed drastically since 2004.

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