Even Fox has little use for losers
NY Magazine reports that Fox News' Roger Ailes is sidelining Karl Rove and Dick Morris: http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/12/fox-news-puts-karl-rove-on-the-bench.html
Ailes wants fresher faces without that stench of loser on them. Rove's angry challenge to the Fox election analysts who called the election for Obama played a roll. He and Dick Morris, who claimed the day before the election that Romney was going to win in a landslide, were dead wrong. Fox's election night analyst team was right and Rove was left jumping up and down whinging about how it couldn't be true. Bush's brain was defective.
Kind of like Nate Silver was right and Joe Scarborough, Romney's pollsters and just about the whole GOP were wrong about the election. It's just numbers and arithmetic (and some not terribly complex statistics) but the GOP can't count. Why does anyone trust them to come up with a revenue plan that adds up?
If you can't count you should find someone who can and that isn't Mitt, Paul or any of the other wishful thinkers in the GOP.
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