Friday, November 10, 2006

The Math

By Daniel Gale-Grogan

"I'm looking at 68 polls a week, You may be looking at four or five public polls a week that talk about attitudes nationally, but that do not impact the outcome. I'm looking at all of these, Robert, and adding them up, and they add up to a Republican Senate and a Republican House. You may end up with a different math, but you're entitled to your math. I'm entitled to the math."
-- Karl Rove, speaking to NPR's Robert Siegel about the certainty of a Republican victory.

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At 5:36 PM, Blogger Marissa said...

I think that's my favorite quote of the week. "The Math"! Priceless!

At 11:12 PM, Blogger RedDirt said...

Interesting comment below from "Clusterfuck Nation" a blog by writer James Howard Kunstler, a liberal, no neo-con he, and a very grumpy guy:

"I confess, what bugs me about my Democrats is that they seem to think we can just duck out of the contest for Middle East oil and keep enjoying the happy motoring fiesta -- which, by the way, is not just the way we live in this country but also the basis of our economy, when you sweep aside all the bullshit. Contrary to what a lot of utopian Democrats wish, it will never be prime-time for ethanol, bio-diesel, hydrogen, or twenty other nominees as replacements for gasoline -- at least not the way we run things now. Driving a Prius might induce raptures of eco-moral superiority, but changing the zoning laws would produce a better outcome -- and that's just too hard."

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Yep, we're screwed all right. But now it's the Dems mess to deal with, too.

At 10:28 PM, Anonymous Thomas said...

LOL, great quote! Karl and George must have the same math tutor...


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