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Turd Blossom Craps Out

Holy shit. There are, of course, any number of ways I could have titled this post. I considered something along the lines of it being time to shit or get off the pot, or maybe something about Turd Blosson finally circling the bowl. There are so many ways to respond to the news that Karl Rove will resign at end of August. [Via Bill at Bilerico.] One feels so many things at a time like this.

Karl Rove, President Bush’s senior political adviser, will voluntarily step down from his White House post at the end of the month, senior administration officials said Monday.

“Obviously it’s a big loss to us, said deputy White House press secretary Dana Perino. “He is a great colleague, good friend and a brilliant mind.”

Perino said Rove “wouldn’t be going if he wasn’t sure this is the right time to be giving more time to his family.”

The president and Rove are expected to speak before boarding Marine One at the White House at 11:35 a.m. ET. Bush will head to his Crawford, Texas, ranch where he will remain for the rest of the week.

Rove, who has held a top position in the White House since Bush took office in January 2001, is to stand down on August 31.

What can I say? Sometimes, words fail. So I put together a kind of tribute to Karl.

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Ah, memories.

What will become of Karl? I’m not worried. He’ll probably be a hot item on the speakers’ circuit and make a shit-load in fees.

4 Comments

  1. You know he’s still going to advise in an unofficial capacity – he’s only a phone call away. This is just to get him away from the investigation.

  2. The only people who hate Karl Rove more than the Democrats are any Republicans planning to have political careers beyond 2008. Rove’s “permanent Republican majority” looks like the best thing to happen to the two-party system in a long time.

  3. Does this mean he will no longer be within the Empire’s Force Field when it comes to testifying? Hrm.

  4. Dear Karl.

    We’ll miss him so.

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