Saturday, January 5, 2008

A Turd Blossom Blooms in Tucson

Posted By on Sat, Jan 5, 2008 at 9:07 AM

The Pima County Republican Party has announced that Karl Rove (aka The Architect, Bush's Brain, Boy Genius, Evil Trickster) will be visiting Tucson to "keynote a fundraiser" on Wednesday, Jan. 23.

We'd tell you what Rove would be talking about, but the GOP release was all about the cheddar. Pima County Republican Party Chair Judi White's canned quote: "We are extremely pleased that Karl Rove will help our county party in our efforts to secure the critical financial resources that we will need in this important election year to take back our congressional seats from the Democrats and return a Republican to the White House."

Whatevs. Time, place and the all-important price of admission will be "announced shortly."


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