Comment by John Fiebke:
"(...) Karl Rove lost the popular vote the first time, and yet is somehow hailed a hero for barely beating (if you can even call it that) the terribly run Gore campaign. He then narrowly beat Kerry with a wartime incumbent President in a low-turnout election, his side lost to Obama spectacularly the first time, lost again to Obama by a large margin (including losing a true-majority of the vote) with a billion dollars and magic math, Rove then tried to fight facts with his feelings when Ohio was called, and yet he'll STILL have a job, and they'll STILL shovel money for him to burn because the right wants to believe things, instead of deal with how things really are. But it's almost worth it, to see their reactions when the bubble pops. And all they have in returen is slights like "well, guess people wanted stuff". Yeah, they wanted a country where votes count instead of dollars in an election. As long as they keep on imagining who the left is, they'll keep on losing. "It's Makers vs. Takers!". Yes, people that make things up vs. people that take the election."