In an interview with MSNBC, Karl Rove lies about Bush’s election. He says, “The fact that this president was re-elected in a time of deep political polarization, when he’d been on the receiving end of literally hundreds of millions of dollars of negative advertising and a unified Democratic Party that spent two years beating him up, is a sign of how much confidence the American people have.”
OK, so deep political polarization. Negative advertising. Unified Democratic party. And this leads to the point that it’s a sign how much confidence the American people have in him? Only in a twisted little black hole of a Republican mind does that make sense.