When you’re looking for a sensible Repunlican to speak the truth to their brain dead masses, Karl Rove is usually not the man.
As a matter of fact, when it comes to speaking the truth, it is hard to find anyone in the Republican Party to carry that banner. So when someone from that party step to the plate and make a sensible statement, well, there will be a lot of snow in the northeast.
Guess what? There is a lot of snow in the northeast and Karl Rove said something that actually made sense.
In a recent interview on Fox News, Rove was asked to comment on Rand Paul and his constant bludgeoning of a 20 year old story involving Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. Rove’s response amounted to the most sensible thing I’ve heard from a Republican in a very long time.
“I’m not sure he [Rand Paul] has a strategy,” Rove said. He then went on to explain that each candidate running for president in 2016 must focus on the “bigger picture” instead of personal issues and he concluded that Rand Paul’s focus on Bill Clinton’s past is not in the best interest of the nation.