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Saturday, November 10, 2012

TURD BLOSSOM



After tanking the election for Romney and losing 400 million dollars of rich tea baggers money, Karl Rove is seen being escorted by police to the GOP headquarters for a good dose of water boarding, before being beheaded. NFTOS EIC Roger West


"Turd Blossom", a term of endearment given to Rove by the buffoon named Bush - has a lot of explaining to do. Having spent 400 million dollars without any ROI, [return on investment] would have any CEO pulling out their hair. Rove’s election night Faux News performance revealed exactly how much of a liar he is. Yet he continues to try and pass off obvious BS as reality.

Researchers at the watchdog group the Sunlight Foundation found that Rove’s American Crossroads super PAC came in second to last, ahead of only the NRA, in terms of how much “bang for their buck” they got in this election. The American Prospect explains:
The biggest money-waster of all, you will be eternally gratified to hear, was Karl Rove's American Crossroads super PAC, which forked out a whopping $104 million and had a “desired result” rate of 1.29 percent. That’s right, folks: The great genius of American teapublicanism wasted more of his donors’ money than anyone else. (His non-profit group, Crossroads GPS, did marginally better—a 14-percent “desired result” rate.) 

Looked at one way, American Crossroads had a kind of perfect score: The super PAC supported zero candidates who won on Tuesday.

Let us not forgot readers, that "Turd Blossom's" most heinous crime, was the outing of Valerie Plame. An incident, that still today has me pissed off!

Turd Blossom is a name to kind for this troglodyte, this HBO crypt keeper look alike, this most slimy of all teapublicans - This man would sell his own soul to the devil, and throw his own mother under the bus, to make sure that he stood out as the good guy.

I am not sure whom is the biggest asshat, "talking from the side of your mouth" Dick "Dick' Morris, or Turd Blossom.

Maddow on the Turd Blossom


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Turd Blossom has proven himself irrelevant, like 99% of the American Taliban. Two words best describe this turd, pathological and liar - two words that often accommodate themselves when mentioning the current GOP.

Turd Blossom and Morris et al, suffer from "alternative reality" syndrome, where facts are eluded at all cost, where bullshitting is the norm, and where being a douche bag is mandatory.

There are a lot of billionaires angry over TB's deception and poor ability to execute a successful strategy. Somehow TB managed to accomplish nothing with his $400 million and run less advertisements than Democratic groups despite a funding advantage for the American Taliban aligned groups.

Perhaps some donors are beginning to wonder if TB not only lied about the polling data, but he may have lied about how the money was being spent as well.



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