Friday, November 22, 2013

"Bullies?" "A Punch In the Nose?" Mitch McConnell & Karl Rove Deserve A Kick In the Ass!

Yesterday, after "Dingy" Harry Reid used the tyranny of the majority to approve the "nuclear option" to pack the DC appeals court with radical left-wing judges, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell just shrugged his shoulders, said the only way to fight it was to win an election, and promised no retribution.

But McConnell acted tougher in a conference call with RINO Karl Rove's PAC American Crossroads, but not against Reid and the Demonrats.  McConnell attacked Tea Party Republicans (Breitbart).
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said on a conference call organized by Karl Rove’s Crossroads organization for large donors and their advisers on Oct. 30 that the Tea Party movement, in his view, is a “nothing but a bunch of bullies” that he plans to “punch … in the nose.”

On the call, according to a donor who was on it, McConnell personally named Sens. Mike Lee (R-UT) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) as Tea Party conservatives he views as problematic for him. “The bulk of it was an attack on the Tea Party in general, Cruz in particular,” the source, a prominent donor, said in a phone interview with Breitbart News.

But the most memorable line came at the end of the call.

“McConnell said the Tea Party was ‘nothing but a bunch of bullies,’” the source said. “And he said ‘you know how you deal with schoolyard bullies? You punch them in the nose and that’s what we’re going to do.’”

Rove, as well as American Crossroads President and CEO Steven J. Law who also serves as the president of sister group Crossroads GPS, were also on the call. Rove “talked in a slightly gentler way, or let’s say, a more diplomatic way,” the source said. “But the message was pretty well the same: That if we’re going to save this thing, we have to back real Republicans.”

...Rove spokesman Jonathan Collegio denies that anything was said about Cruz, Lee, or the Tea Party in general but admits the call did take place and that “some discussion” about the government shutdown and the Senate Conservatives Fund took place.

“Your source is ascribing things to the call that simply were never said,” Collegio said in an email. “There was no ‘anti-tea party donor call.’ There was a call, and there was some discussion about the government shutdown and the Senate Conservatives Fund (note this was one day after SCF launched a dishonest ad about McConnell), but nothing about the Tea Party or Sens. Cruz or Lee.”

Collegio declined to provide a transcript or recording of the call to Breitbart News. McConnell’s office has not commented on the matter.
So what do you and Karl Rove have to hide, Jonathan?  If you have nothing to hide, you'll make the audio and the transcript available.  But you won't do it Jonathan, won't you? I know your style, going on radio shows and taking potshots at conservatives like Brent Bozell, someone you or Rove couldn't hold a candle to on your best day.

I mean, whose side are you guys on? McConnell and Karl Rove spend more time and vigor attacking the Tea Party and their candidates than they do Obama, Reid, and their Alinsky-style tactics. It's always Kid Gloves when it comes to liberals, but vitriol when it comes to conservatives.

Well its time to turn the tables on these eunuchs like McConnell and Rove. Instead of the worthless RNC, NRSC and American Crossroads, whose goals are keeping RINOs in office, start contributing to Tea Party groups and Senate Conservatives Fund that will put real conservatives in office.

Also, a man by the name of Matt Bevin is going to run against McConnell in the 2014 primary.  Here is his website.

The bullies and the real enemies to the future of this nation is McConnell's good friend Harry Reid, Obama and their fascistic Democrat Party, NOT the Tea Party.  If Rove, McConnell and any other RINO want to keep picking fights in order to elect spineless cowards, then instead of a punch in the nose, they deserve a swift kick in the ass from us at the polls and in fundraising.

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