Accuracy in Media
…The influence of “Boss Rove,” as a controversial new book by Craig Unger calls him, certainly cries out for scrutiny.
Unger’s book notes that the Rove organizations, American Crossroads and Crossroads GPS, were pitched to conservative donors as “the answer to outside groups such as George Soros’s Democracy Alliance or labor unions that had historically supported Democrats.”
But it didn’t work out that way. “You beat Karl Rove at his own game,” boasts Bradley Beychok of American Bridge, in a message to his “progressive” supporters. American Bridge is the Democratic Super PAC started by David Brock, founder of the George Soros-funded Media Matters. Beychok said Rove “armed his Super PACs with hundreds of millions of dollars, and went on an old-fashioned spending spree using a strategy that just didn’t work.”
In a challenge to Rove’s status as a political power broker in the Republican Party, conservative political consultants Larry Ward and Carter Clews have written an article charging that Rove indeed did have a failed strategy. He did not run “one hard-hitting ad” against Obama on scandals like Fast and Furious, the gun-running operation to Mexico that resulted in the murder of a Border Patrol agent, and Benghazigate, the Administration’s cover-up of terrorist involvement in the murders of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11…
The complete article is at Accuracy in Media.
Also at the site, Soros Remakes America into Narco Nation
…AIM noted back in 2004, in a special report on George Soros, the main financier behind the drug legalization movement, that although marijuana is depicted by the media as a “soft” drug, it has “extremely negative consequences.” …