June 11, 2012
Karl Rove’s Super PAC’s Rapid Response a Little Too Rapid

When news broke that Commerce Secretary John Bryson was involved in two car crashes just minutes apart this weekend, Karl Rove’s Super PAC American Crossroads clearly felt the news gods were shining upon it. Rove saw his boss, George W. Bush, suffer thanks to the buffoonery of some Bush administration officials, even though their actions weren’t his fault. But American Crossroads’ jumped too soon in hoping President Obama had suffered the same fate. The group tweeted, “How does @CommerceSec have 3 car crashes in 5 minutes and alcohol NOT be involved? #Skills.” Turns out there’s an answer to that question: a seizure.
Read more at The Atlantic Wire. [Image: Twitter]

Karl Rove’s Super PAC’s Rapid Response a Little Too Rapid

When news broke that Commerce Secretary John Bryson was involved in two car crashes just minutes apart this weekend, Karl Rove’s Super PAC American Crossroads clearly felt the news gods were shining upon it. Rove saw his boss, George W. Bush, suffer thanks to the buffoonery of some Bush administration officials, even though their actions weren’t his fault. But American Crossroads’ jumped too soon in hoping President Obama had suffered the same fate. The group tweeted, “How does @CommerceSec have 3 car crashes in 5 minutes and alcohol NOT be involved? #Skills.” Turns out there’s an answer to that question: a seizure.

Read more at The Atlantic Wire. [Image: Twitter]

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  3. sunfell reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Oddly enough, I thought that might have been the cause myself.
  4. neuroneptune reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    wow, what a douche
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    Keep it classy, GOP
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