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Why does Karl Rove want to send our sons
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Posted By: GustoGrabber, 2/5/2022 4:35:58 PM

Karl Rove is, once again, beating the war drums. He is ready to send 18-year-olds like my son to fight nuclear Russia over Ukraine’s border so that he and the other neocons can talk like tough guys on TV. On Jan. 28, Karl Rove shared an article on his Twitter page written by Noah Rothman attacking American populists who are opposed to sending our troops to war with Russia. My view is that Mr. Rove despises “America First.” He loves war and the global economy that all these wars prop up.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: DVC 2/5/2022 4:39:47 PM (No. 1062759)
I've never trusted Rove. He's one of those Deep State thugs who scuttle around behind the scenes, 'influencing' and NOT in a good way. An evil little man, with bad motives.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: qr4j 2/5/2022 4:42:08 PM (No. 1062762)
No going to war over Ukraine. No! We don’t defend our own borders. Why should we defend another country’s borders? Rove can kiss it, as Clinton would say.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: frankdn 2/5/2022 4:49:50 PM (No. 1062763)
The thing I like most about Karl Rove is that he always makes it a little bit easier to decide what not to do.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: BarryNo 2/5/2022 4:50:49 PM (No. 1062765)
This is one of the Elite's forms of population control. You have to admit, in Global State controlled conflicts, there is a stalemate - predetermined by a demilitarized zone, and a complete inability to "win". This way the meat-grinder can continue indefinitely, as needed.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Kumoan 2/5/2022 4:55:44 PM (No. 1062767)
Globallists like Rove are eager to squander the lives and equipment at what at this point is still the best military on earth. The sons and daughters of the low and middle classes which make up the majority of war fighters are little more than expendable trash to these sell outs to an evil, more controlling than any other tin-pot dictatorships the world has ever known. The globalists will try to purge the military of all such effectives, reducing it's numbers and capabilities while replacing them with the very sweepings that are sneaking across the border as we speak. So what will the CCP face, on the day? An incoherent mob of genderless snowflakes with no desire to engage and no training to fight, led by a bunch of Thoroughly Messed Up Milleys. Will Milley's tears and wild gesticulations stop the hordes in their tracks? I think not.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Italiano 2/5/2022 4:59:13 PM (No. 1062770)
Pussies like Rove, Graham, Max Boot, Kristol, et. al. never fight their own battles, nor do their families. We got fooled with Iraq and Afghanistan, and played for saps. Never again.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: MDConservative 2/5/2022 5:03:51 PM (No. 1062773)
Rove, like many "real conservatives", is always looking for someplace to send our boys and girls. It's good politics. Get's the red meat crowd stirred up. Our country right or wrong, and all that. And it's all to give the villain du jour a lesson, whether some Ayatollah, Saddam, Osama, Kim, Putin or Xi. We all miss Khadaffi, don't we? And whatever happened to that nice al-Assad fellow in Syria? Somehow the USA has got to involve itself to "protect freedom", even if the government restored is a monarchy (Kuwait). One, two, three...what are we fighting for? Anyone?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Rich323 2/5/2022 5:19:24 PM (No. 1062785)
Because he’s a Bush Neocon who thrives on war to support the military industrial complex. He’s been involved in every war decision since the Reagan era.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: marbles 2/5/2022 5:19:48 PM (No. 1062786)
It's always and only about power and money.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: formerNYer 2/5/2022 5:37:34 PM (No. 1062800)
FTA: And for that, screw Karl Rove. I agree.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: slipstik 2/5/2022 5:53:27 PM (No. 1062802)
I can't read the of an ever increasing number of paywalls... But I CAN tell you this. Our "boys and girls" are no longer able to fight a war. They have been forever compromised by that other agent of the elite: covid "vaccines". We now know of the incredible increase of serious medical issues caused by the "vaccine". The military is trying to dissemble about "glitches" in the system. The Russians are not vaxxed, so their military is robust and ready. Our military is forever castrated. Thank your president.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Urgent Fury 2/5/2022 5:54:56 PM (No. 1062804)
Problem was, if you were against invading Iraq (and I should have been, in retrospect), you aligned with Cindy Sheehan and other vermin.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: HisHandmaiden 2/5/2022 5:56:14 PM (No. 1062805)
Well Done, MTG! Should be a Must Read… and then forget it! TBIYTC
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Reply 14 - Posted by: VirtuDawg 2/5/2022 5:56:44 PM (No. 1062807)
Rove jumped the shark many moons ago.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: 3XALADY 2/5/2022 6:07:19 PM (No. 1062809)
Who is going to do the fighting? If anyone has had the clot shot, they could die. If they haven't had it, they aren't in the military or will shortly be leaving.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: DVC 2/5/2022 6:30:33 PM (No. 1062812)
I've lost one nephew killed in one of these miserable sh**hole places. No MORE. I'm happy to send weapons and ammo to Ukraine to assist the Ukrainians in resisting Putin's tyranny. Just not our soldiers.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Sanchin 2/5/2022 6:37:44 PM (No. 1062815)
The answer is simple, he is a Neocon and an idiot. They need a war and believe they can force Russia to back down. Sorry not getting behind these clowns to fight Russia.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: pros7767 2/5/2022 6:55:30 PM (No. 1062821)
He sent our son to his death in Iraq. Enough said.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: dickiedeeb 2/5/2022 6:58:55 PM (No. 1062823)
What the deranged war pigs and REMFs dont realize is that when they get the war they want the safest place will likely be at the front
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Reply 20 - Posted by: stablemoney 2/5/2022 7:05:28 PM (No. 1062825)
MTG says everything that is true. She should be advanced into party leadership. She has the correct vision, and the only one it seems with any courage.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: czechlist 2/5/2022 7:10:04 PM (No. 1062828)
rove is an instant channel change. he can shove his gimmick white board up his
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Reply 22 - Posted by: franq 2/5/2022 7:21:29 PM (No. 1062831)
There hasn't been a just war since WWII. Desert Storm operation was worthwhile. We don't need boots on the ground to defend any country except outs.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: franq 2/5/2022 7:22:03 PM (No. 1062832)
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Reply 24 - Posted by: MDConservative 2/5/2022 7:40:13 PM (No. 1062840)
#12 - If you are against US intervention round the globe for specious national interest reasons. you are in the company of George Washington. Over 200 years ago he warned about these European/international entanglements, but we thought it important to be the Leader of the Free World. Where is that "free world" today? Most are quietly cowering under their NATO "umbrella" that is faithfully held by the USA at great expense. Read his farewell address...then think about Ukraine, Taiwan and Iraq.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: GoodDeal 2/5/2022 7:54:48 PM (No. 1062845)
Karlos is heavily invested in the global military industrial complex and war is real good for business. While Pelosi is getting filthy wealthy in electric cars Rove is getting even richer on tomahawk cruise missiles, tanks, submarines and advanced fighter bombers and ammunition. Him and the US Chamber of Crony Pedophile Capitalists are War hawks and blood thirsty sex trafficers.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Tet Vet 68 2/5/2022 8:41:44 PM (No. 1062877)
Neo Cons like fat boy Karl Rove have never been shot at in combat. If that would happen they would sing a different tune
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Reply 27 - Posted by: red1066 2/5/2022 8:49:01 PM (No. 1062885)
Karl Rove is an example of what's wrong in D.C. and politics in general, plus he's never been right about anything.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: wilarrbie 2/5/2022 9:33:18 PM (No. 1062907)
You know that bad taste in your mouth you get when remembering W? It's because he was all covered in Rove.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: bighambone 2/5/2022 9:58:43 PM (No. 1062919)
Well Rove is a well known Bush family operative and remember it was G.W. Bush who started both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars so you would expect that Rove would be in favor of the US getting involved in future wars.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: mseegal 2/5/2022 10:09:28 PM (No. 1062926)
Amen! Good for you, MTG!
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Reply 31 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 2/5/2022 10:14:19 PM (No. 1062932)
Rove is a slimly little worm who crawls around the gutter in DC! He should be banished from conservative circles forever!
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Reply 32 - Posted by: downnout 2/5/2022 10:16:56 PM (No. 1062935)
Mr. Rove is a swamp rat in good standing. I wouldn’t trust him.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: paloalto 2/5/2022 11:21:54 PM (No. 1062985)
I've seen too many Tunnels to Towers commercials on Fox to ask another handsome, young, patriotic man to sacrifice his life or his limbs to go to war for pundits or politicians. Fox viewers -- conservatives and liberals -- have seen those commercials hundreds of times. We saw Biden sacrifice the lives of soldiers and civilians in Afghanistan. We're done. There is no more trust. Those wars are over. If politicians and pundits want war, go yourself or send your own kids.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: doctorfixit 2/6/2022 2:03:39 AM (No. 1063043)
Rove is a Bushite RINO, a devotee of the Cheney/Rumsfeld School of Perpetual Foreign War that infects so many GOP brains.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: Muguy 2/6/2022 9:58:17 AM (No. 1063342)
Rove rode W Bush to victory. He is an influential person to say the least, and with the stories coming out from the book "Red Handed" by Peter Schwietzer about the power elites being corrupted by "CHYNA", one has to wonder about where is loyalty lies in trying to affect foreign policy from the outside. So many in both parties thing we should be involved in "nation building" and the people in other countries need to know they won't get screwed over like we left Afghanistan Rove needs to sit this one out and shut up.
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