Karl Rove Knows Brain Damage

By Cole

Even though nobody knows yet if Hillary Clinton will run for president, Karl Rove’s not wasting any opportunity to get his digs in.

Back in December 2012, when she was secretary of state, Hillary spent 3 days in the hospital having a blood clot dissolved after she sustained a concussion. She left the hospital wearing dark glasses (standard protocol), and continued working.

On May 8, before an audience in Los Angeles, Rove implied that Hillary had suffered a “traumatic brain injury,” which is the clinical term for “brain damage,” although Rove now cravenly denies he was going there.

Hillary has shown no diminished ability to count, as Rove has when he claimed her 3 days in the hospital was 30.

Hillary’s shown no physical impairment, which is more than anyone can say for Rove’s former idol, Dick Cheney, who’s essentially been one of the walking dead, kept alive by artificial means, for years.

By Rove’s standards, the absence of a healthy functioning heart should have disqualified Cheney from office for both terms.

The only one showing signs of mental impairment here is Karl Rove, which White House spokesman Jay Carney aptly pointed out, recalling Rove’s inability to grasp that Obama won in 2012.

Every time Rove opens his mouth, he just reinforces his own irrelevance. If you stood him alone in a forest spouting lies, nobody would hear him.

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2 Responses to Karl Rove Knows Brain Damage

  1. yadayada118 says:

    Rove only opens his mouth to change feet. And people who believe his rantings are the ones with the brain damage. Attention media: stop giving this story legs.

  2. catsworking says:

    Hey, yada (aka Suzanne). Agreed. We should blame the people who let the guy stand in front of a microphone and turn it on! Rove and Cheney both surface occasionally like a couple of grumpy old white guys to piss on whoever’s parade is passing by at the moment. And I’d include Rush LimpPaw, too.

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