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2012-11-07 10:59:51 AM  
4 votes:
I was watching it, and it was farking surreal. Megyn Kelley goes wandering down the halls at Fox with a steadicam in tow, blithering about "the last time we practiced this (!) we lost audio juuusst about here...", then gets to the math wonks room where they patiently explain how statistics work and how there is statistically zero chance that Obama loses Ohio. Then she wanders back up and Rove is sputtering like a '77 Harley with a tank of bad gas about how it's inappropriate for Fox to be calling Ohio this early ANYWAY. He's got all of his '98 numbers in a row and he's waving them around like they're a shield against truth. I really believe he was thinking "Wait...we're the goddamn media mouthpiece of the GOP -- why the hell would we be reporting this as straight news? Why are all these people not spinning like tops? OBEY YOUR MASTERS!!!", and it just wasn't working, so he was quite seriously losing it right on the air.
2012-11-07 11:57:52 AM  
3 votes:

CapeFearCadaver: If I had cable I'd certainly have had switched to Fox a couple of times only to quickly change it back out of nothing but ... embarrassment for them.


Congrats, you're one of today's lucky 10,000. I have a great new word for you. It's German. Fremdscham: Almost the opposite of Schadenfreude, Fremdscham is the feeling of being embarrassed for someone else (presumably someone who's not embarrassed for themselves, but should be.)
2012-11-07 11:48:17 AM  
3 votes:

impaler: http://www.natesilverwrong.com/

Check the whois.


Oh, that's too perfect!

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2012-11-07 11:29:33 AM  
3 votes:

dahmers love zombie: Wait...we're the goddamn media mouthpiece of the GOP -- why the hell would we be reporting this as straight news?


I don't have the clip handy, but this was nearly exactly his argument.
2012-11-07 11:15:24 AM  
3 votes:
This weekend is going to be particularly rough, cigar-burn-wise, for the succulent boy prostitutes of Santo Domingo.
2012-11-07 10:23:58 AM  
3 votes:
fta: there were few fireworks (beyond Fox News star Bill O'Reilly's offensive outburst that "the white establishment is now the minority". . . and "it's not a traditional America anymore.")

Yeah, FOX hosts spouting off racist sentiments is hardly worth even noting at this point.

Rove looked like a man caught between a rock and a hard place last night. Like he knew Shelly Adelson had some old school goons waiting out back for him after the interview.
2012-11-07 09:41:45 AM  
3 votes:
I never thought I would say this, but last night when the co-anchor was asked to trot down the hall, microphone in hand, to reconcile their decision room's call with Rove's long-outdated numbers, knowing all the while that Rove was in a heated discussion with Romney's advisors about postponing the concession speech, I was honestly embarrassed for Fox News.
2012-11-07 04:30:05 AM  
3 votes:
http://www.natesilverwrong.com/

Check the whois.
2012-11-07 12:39:50 PM  
2 votes:
Karl Rove

Should have to shovel shiat at a dairy farm.
2012-11-07 12:35:13 PM  
2 votes:

MarshHawk: I never thought I would say this, but last night when the co-anchor was asked to trot down the hall, microphone in hand, to reconcile their decision room's call with Rove's long-outdated numbers, knowing all the while that Rove was in a heated discussion with Romney's advisors about postponing the concession speech, I was honestly embarrassed for Fox News.


Yeah....I don't believe that that was all impromptu. Megan Kelly even said, on her way to the decision room, that "when we practiced this before, in our rehearsals, we lost all audio in our ears right about here." So had even they had rehearsed the possibility of taking the cameras 1/2 way across the building to interrogate the math people.

To me it looked like Fox's usual "Fair and Balanced Drama"...Go to the 1:20 mark for the bit about rehearsals.
2012-11-07 12:33:36 PM  
2 votes:

WinoRhino: CapeFearCadaver: If I had cable I'd certainly have had switched to Fox a couple of times only to quickly change it back out of nothing but ... embarrassment for them.

Congrats, you're one of today's lucky 10,000. I have a great new word for you. It's German. Fremdscham: Almost the opposite of Schadenfreude, Fremdscham is the feeling of being embarrassed for someone else (presumably someone who's not embarrassed for themselves, but should be.)


That word succinctly explains why I cannot watch modern american sitcoms.

/And why The Office causes me *physical pain*.
//I do not like embarrassment humor.
2012-11-07 12:00:42 PM  
2 votes:

Zerochance: Considering Karl Rove wasted $170 million trying to get Romney elected, I was expecting a catatonic meltdown. This seems reasonably tame.


That's why it was an especially rich piece of schadenfreude. Not only did Romney lose but Karl's out $170 Million; might as well had done a Joker and set it on fire.

And Megyn Kelly is damn hot.

While she has a Lamborghini body, she's got a Ford Pinto brain.
2012-11-07 11:55:39 AM  
2 votes:

Kumana Wanalaia: ddam: Karl Rove did what Karl Rove does.

On the other hand, that idiot Chris Matthews from MSNBC needs to get fired and not allowed back on TV ever. What a disgrace that man is.

He mad


Why would I be mad? I'm a liberal a 1000 miles to the left of Obama and there's no way I would have voted for Romney. I just don't understand how a paid pundit like Chris Matthews can say that he's glad we had the storm we had last week. There are many different ways to say that Obama looked presidential following a natural disaster but being glad for a storm that killed around 100 people and has devastated a whole area is almost the worst thing you can say.
2012-11-07 11:48:43 AM  
2 votes:

jigsawspartan: When Rove made the comment they had given him numbers saying there was only a 900 vote difference between the two, with 20% left to be tallied. All he did was say that it was too close to call so soon. When they came back and gave him the up to date numbers he agreed with the. So what's the big deal?

This thread is as lefty biased as Rove is to the right.


What I heard was that the majority of votes yet to be tallied were from very heavy Democratic counties. So much so that the GOP in Ohio called it for Obama and then went home for the night.

This is how/why so many states 'call it' for a candidate even with only 1% of the vote in.
2012-11-07 11:46:53 AM  
2 votes:
It's almost like they live in a bubble.

American Thinker

Obama is going to lose in a landslide. And Barack Obama, the media, and the polling organizations will be appropriately shocked.

American Thinker: The Thinkening

Does anyone believe that when Barack Obama loses on November 6, he will go quietly?

This election is shaping up to be a landslide loss for the president, and by the ever-present look of desperation on his face, he knows it. The nation should be preparing for how he might react when it happens -- there is nothing more dangerous than a cornered god.

In 2008, Americans wholeheartedly bought the Obama dream. It's never easy to let go of a dream, but today, people have let go of Obama the dream -- and on November 6, they will let go of Obama the man.


Town Hall: Why Mitt Romney Will Win

Dick Morris: Here comes the landslide  (bonus - he gets the Electoral Votes of several states wrong)
2012-11-07 11:42:57 AM  
2 votes:
Haha! You learned that you can only buy an election if you're not obviously pure evil! Enjoy having your kneecaps broken behind a fish-packing warehouse by the scumbags to whom you sold your soul.
2012-11-07 11:39:37 AM  
2 votes:
Rove is in denial only because his super pacs lost big. Rove, it's all about the money and next time around his funding may be way off.
2012-11-07 11:14:31 AM  
2 votes:

dahmers love zombie: I was watching it, and it was farking surreal. Megyn Kelley goes wandering down the halls at Fox with a steadicam in tow, blithering about "the last time we practiced this (!) we lost audio juuusst about here...", then gets to the math wonks room where they patiently explain how statistics work and how there is statistically zero chance that Obama loses Ohio. Then she wanders back up and Rove is sputtering like a '77 Harley with a tank of bad gas about how it's inappropriate for Fox to be calling Ohio this early ANYWAY. He's got all of his '98 numbers in a row and he's waving them around like they're a shield against truth. I really believe he was thinking "Wait...we're the goddamn media mouthpiece of the GOP -- why the hell would we be reporting this as straight news? Why are all these people not spinning like tops? OBEY YOUR MASTERS!!!", and it just wasn't working, so he was quite seriously losing it right on the air.


Like I said in another thread, the look on the guys face that was facing the camera was awesome. He had this smug look like he could barely contain himself and he wanted to say "go fark yourself, karl... you fat pud". They calmly shot him down saying they were looking at actual numbers/data and not projection BS that Karl was pulling out of the air. "Based on 2008..." blah blah BS. The second time they brought Karl back out he was doing the same then all of a sudden seemed to realize the argument they made and basically stopped yammering and said something to the effect of they could have better data than he does
2012-11-07 11:02:41 AM  
2 votes:
I was at a bar last night and they had on CNN and Fox. I could tell he was getting worked up, even though I could not hear him (no sound). CNN had an image of Ohio with the votes with Romney up for a few minutes and then Obama went back up. It wasn't til I got home and heard the reason why Ohio was already called. But I saw Rove gestating angrily and then some strange scene of the anchor chick walking down the hall to a room full of computers and people. I didn't know what was going on, but I had an idea that while they were doing this Rove was talking with Romney.
2012-11-07 10:40:34 AM  
2 votes:

Cythraul: greentea1985: It was so amusing watching this unfold on Fox News last night.

I wish I could have seen that. Hopefully there are some youtube records of it.


Here ya go.
2012-11-07 10:34:54 AM  
2 votes:
How would YOU feel knowing that the Koch Brothers were going to have your thumbs broke as soon as the cameras were turned off?
2012-11-07 06:58:09 AM  
2 votes:

Bontesla: Someone's overusing the term, "civil war"


I don't know about that, FTFA:

Reality TV star Donald Trump railed on Twitter about a "sham" election, saying "we should have a revolution in this country."

This is what scares me. You will always have crazies, but to hear sentiments like this from prominent businessmen and "news" sources is just scary and disheartening. Not liking the outcome != sham election.
2012-11-07 01:25:51 AM  
2 votes:
"Facts are stupid things."
2012-11-07 01:30:17 PM  
1 votes:

Peter von Nostrand:
I think that's optimistic. Democrats suck at mid-year elections, while Republicans are typically galvanized. Every recent significant GOP gain in the house has come in off year elections.

I think the GOP will go overboard fighting Obama on everything and will overplay their hand. They'll get whitewashed in '14 and probably screw up '16 in the process


I certainly hope you are right. Recent history doesn't bode well, though.
2012-11-07 01:15:09 PM  
1 votes:
Koch Brothers are in Carl's office as we speak ripping out his second arsehat, or is it his third because the Weaver Terrace Boys got there first at around 12:30 A.M. last night.


Shelly Abelson is to be indicted at 4:30 A.M. Tel Aviv time tomorrow. (he's there to avoid extradition to the U.S. or , worse, China.)
2012-11-07 12:46:06 PM  
1 votes:

WinoRhino: CapeFearCadaver: If I had cable I'd certainly have had switched to Fox a couple of times only to quickly change it back out of nothing but ... embarrassment for them.

Congrats, you're one of today's lucky 10,000. I have a great new word for you. It's German. Fremdscham: Almost the opposite of Schadenfreude, Fremdscham is the feeling of being embarrassed for someone else (presumably someone who's not embarrassed for themselves, but should be.)


The Germans have a word for everything. I bet they even have a word that means "hey, we have a word for everything!"

Oh, and CapeFearCadaver: I'm the same way. I don't watch TV and don't live in the US but if I did and did, I wouldn't be able to watch more than a few minutes of Fox News. Just to embarrassing!
2012-11-07 12:41:47 PM  
1 votes:

Granny_Panties: The days of large corporations donating huge amounts of money to Super PACs are over. There is no way the Koch brothers and company are going to be dumb enough to do this again. It was a one time deal and it didn't pay off.

Lies and voter suppression is all they have left. That didn't work out either, but at least is less expensive.


I disagree with this, unfortunately. The old game theory adage is directly applicable to the money spent on Super Pacs and other form of lobbying. The best way to win advantage in a "game" is to control the rules.

Its a smart investment to try to control the rules to favor your interests. I think it upping the investment to overcome this lose is what's to be expected. It has the potential for the highest return of just about any other investment a business can make.
2012-11-07 12:40:58 PM  
1 votes:

EighthDay: netringer: Now the Dems will get to draw a lot of the next maps.

Eh?

Won't the next redistricting not be until after 2020's census?

2014 is a midterm and likely to favor Republicans due to lower voter turnout.


There may be a redistricting sooner than that, if Puerto Rico is granted statehood and the House is kept at 435 Representatives. A few states may lose a seat (and an electoral vote in 2016) so that PR gets its fair share of representation.
2012-11-07 12:38:04 PM  
1 votes:

Granny_Panties: The days of large corporations donating huge amounts of money to Super PACs are over. There is no way the Koch brothers and company are going to be dumb enough to do this again.


Oh....I don't think so.
2012-11-07 12:37:37 PM  
1 votes:

jigsawspartan: Peter von Nostrand: jigsawspartan: When Rove made the comment they had given him numbers saying there was only a 900 vote difference between the two, with 20% left to be tallied. All he did was say that it was too close to call so soon. When they came back and gave him the up to date numbers he agreed with the. So what's the big deal?

This thread is as lefty biased as Rove is to the right.

BS. He knew they had different numbers than he did (the people making the call). He slipped that in a little later on

Not true. He repeatedly read out the numbers he had. What he said at the end was if I had the numbers at 30,000 like they did I would have been much more comfortable, but 900 is too close to call.


Yes, he later on admitted they had a different data set than he did. He also talked about how his numbers were projections based on '08. The stats guys (I assume they were statisticians) said they were dealing with raw numbers from actual voting totals. He knew he had a different data set and still threw an on-air tantrum. There's nothing partisan about recognizing a grown man being a petulant baby
2012-11-07 12:22:49 PM  
1 votes:

Rent Party: netringer: Carth: Granny_Panties: The days of large corporations donating huge amounts of money to Super PACs are over. There is no way the Koch brothers and company are going to be dumb enough to do this again. It was a one time deal and it didn't pay off.

Lies and voter suppression is all they have left. That didn't work out either, but at least is less expensive.

They'll focus the money at House races instead of national ones. A 10 million dollars can buy a few Representatives and doesn't even more the national polls.

The key is redistricting. That's what put GOP House reps in safe districts. The new district maps in Illinois, darwn by the Democratic Illinois Hosue speaker, got new Dems in the House.

Now the Dems will get to draw a lot of the next maps.

The 2014 House Election will a be a GOP bloodbath.

I think that's optimistic. Democrats suck at mid-year elections, while Republicans are typically galvanized. Every recent significant GOP gain in the house has come in off year elections.


I think the GOP will go overboard fighting Obama on everything and will overplay their hand. They'll get whitewashed in '14 and probably screw up '16 in the process
2012-11-07 12:20:53 PM  
1 votes:

netringer: Carth: Granny_Panties: The days of large corporations donating huge amounts of money to Super PACs are over. There is no way the Koch brothers and company are going to be dumb enough to do this again. It was a one time deal and it didn't pay off.

Lies and voter suppression is all they have left. That didn't work out either, but at least is less expensive.

They'll focus the money at House races instead of national ones. A 10 million dollars can buy a few Representatives and doesn't even more the national polls.

The key is redistricting. That's what put GOP House reps in safe districts. The new district maps in Illinois, darwn by the Democratic Illinois Hosue speaker, got new Dems in the House.

Now the Dems will get to draw a lot of the next maps.

The 2014 House Election will a be a GOP bloodbath.


I think that's optimistic. Democrats suck at mid-year elections, while Republicans are typically galvanized. Every recent significant GOP gain in the house has come in off year elections.
2012-11-07 12:20:20 PM  
1 votes:
'Karl Rove meltdown' on google:

About 687,000 results (0.16 seconds)
2012-11-07 12:11:18 PM  
1 votes:

CygnusDarius: Rwa2play: Zerochance: Considering Karl Rove wasted $170 million trying to get Romney elected, I was expecting a catatonic meltdown. This seems reasonably tame.

That's why it was an especially rich piece of schadenfreude. Not only did Romney lose but Karl's out $170 Million; might as well had done a Joker and set it on fire.

And Megyn Kelly is damn hot.

While she has a Lamborghini body, she's got a Ford Pinto brain.

I just went to Michelle Malkin's website for my share of schadenfreude. The article she wrote was bland and sad. The comments? Tingling with butthurt and resentment.


You need to get over to DickMorrisdotcom, the comments there will put a smile on your face for a month!
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2012-11-07 12:11:15 PM  
1 votes:
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2012-11-07 12:10:45 PM  
1 votes:

netringer: Now the Dems will get to draw a lot of the next maps.


Eh?

Won't the next redistricting not be until after 2020's census?

2014 is a midterm and likely to favor Republicans due to lower voter turnout.
2012-11-07 12:06:40 PM  
1 votes:

Carth: Granny_Panties: The days of large corporations donating huge amounts of money to Super PACs are over. There is no way the Koch brothers and company are going to be dumb enough to do this again. It was a one time deal and it didn't pay off.

Lies and voter suppression is all they have left. That didn't work out either, but at least is less expensive.

They'll focus the money at House races instead of national ones. A 10 million dollars can buy a few Representatives and doesn't even more the national polls.


The key is redistricting. That's what put GOP House reps in safe districts. The new district maps in Illinois, darwn by the Democratic Illinois Hosue speaker, got new Dems in the House.

Now the Dems will get to draw a lot of the next maps.

The 2014 House Election will a be a GOP bloodbath.
2012-11-07 11:53:59 AM  
1 votes:

Granny_Panties: The days of large corporations donating huge amounts of money to Super PACs are over. There is no way the Koch brothers and company are going to be dumb enough to do this again. It was a one time deal and it didn't pay off.

Lies and voter suppression is all they have left. That didn't work out either, but at least is less expensive.


They'll focus the money at House races instead of national ones. A 10 million dollars can buy a few Representatives and doesn't even more the national polls.
2012-11-07 11:52:00 AM  
1 votes:
The days of large corporations donating huge amounts of money to Super PACs are over. There is no way the Koch brothers and company are going to be dumb enough to do this again. It was a one time deal and it didn't pay off.

Lies and voter suppression is all they have left. That didn't work out either, but at least is less expensive.
2012-11-07 11:51:40 AM  
1 votes:

jigsawspartan: When Rove made the comment they had given him numbers saying there was only a 900 vote difference between the two, with 20% left to be tallied. All he did was say that it was too close to call so soon. When they came back and gave him the up to date numbers he agreed with the. So what's the big deal?

This thread is as lefty biased as Rove is to the right.


BS. He knew they had different numbers than he did (the people making the call). He slipped that in a little later on
2012-11-07 11:48:12 AM  
1 votes:
I didn't see the shenanigans last night on Fox but to hear the descriptions of what happened, I'm thinking of the end of Trading Places with Randolph and Mortimer yelling for them to turn the machines back on.
2012-11-07 11:45:48 AM  
1 votes:

impaler: http://www.natesilverwrong.com/



Lolz...

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2012-11-07 11:42:45 AM  
1 votes:

ddam: Karl Rove did what Karl Rove does.

On the other hand, that idiot Chris Matthews from MSNBC needs to get fired and not allowed back on TV ever. What a disgrace that man is.


He mad
2012-11-07 11:41:05 AM  
1 votes:
I just like the video on the link of that douchenozzle claiming whites males are the minority.

Yes, when you consider ALL non-white/non-male people to be one group, then white males are the farking minority. I would be insulted as fark by that if I were a woman, especially a white woman.

Hey 45% of women who went for Romney: you just got told you aren't the equals and partners of white males, but rather are no better than a black or an hispanic. You don't sit at their table, you sit with the rest of the country.

Now, I'm not lumping all republicans together, and obviously 45% of female voters didn't vote that way because they want to follow their husband's commands like he in turn follows god's. I don't think all the white male conservatives agree with bullshiat like that either. But I do think that your party will accept anything short of Todd Akin's comments when it comes to misogynistic bullshiat, and it might behoove the rest of you, male or female, white or black, to try to shut these farkers up and remove their influence on your party.

And Bill is one of the more sane pundits advocating for Republicans.
2012-11-07 11:40:15 AM  
1 votes:
And it was beautiful
2012-11-07 11:38:33 AM  
1 votes:
Delicious
2012-11-07 11:38:24 AM  
1 votes:
Watched CNN and MSNBC until it was called for Obama. Switched over to Fox and watched the implosion.

BEST TELEVISON EVAR.
2012-11-07 11:36:53 AM  
1 votes:
Get ready for weeks of Benghazi Butthurt

Benghazi!
Benghazi!!
Benghazi!!!
2012-11-07 11:36:33 AM  
1 votes:

Peter von Nostrand: Grungehamster: It was pretty surreal to watch; he was having a meltdown and the pundits were urging the people who projected the win to reconsider it. This was somehow better than 2008 where Karl Rove predicted that we'd know who the next president would be once Ohio was called, with the host interrupting to announce that Obama won Ohio leaving Rove with a stunned look on his face. I'd suggest someone shoop Rove's head on the "It's still real to me, dammit!" guy's picture, but I'm afraid no one could tell the difference.

Watching them (including Rove, of all people) later on last night bemoan the Obama campaign and all the money that was spent, the negativity, how they felt Romney was unfairly characterized as a person and his past, how they felt Obama was too divisive was beyond surreal


Yes. That part was jaw-dropping. They also pretty much threw Romney under the bus for "letting Obama define who he was".
2012-11-07 11:35:15 AM  
1 votes:
Karl Rove did what Karl Rove does.

On the other hand, that idiot Chris Matthews from MSNBC needs to get fired and not allowed back on TV ever. What a disgrace that man is.
2012-11-07 11:33:39 AM  
1 votes:

blackminded: dahmers love zombie: Wait...we're the goddamn media mouthpiece of the GOP -- why the hell would we be reporting this as straight news?

I don't have the clip handy, but this was nearly exactly his argument.


In another 12 years or so, the networks will be reporting election results their own way. We'll have to find out who really won from the BBC.
2012-11-07 11:33:35 AM  
1 votes:

dahmers love zombie: I was watching it, and it was farking surreal. Megyn Kelley goes wandering down the halls at Fox with a steadicam in tow, blithering about "the last time we practiced this (!) we lost audio juuusst about here...", then gets to the math wonks room where they patiently explain how statistics work and how there is statistically zero chance that Obama loses Ohio. Then she wanders back up and Rove is sputtering like a '77 Harley with a tank of bad gas about how it's inappropriate for Fox to be calling Ohio this early ANYWAY.


Precisely. While I know they willingly work for Fox News, I was embarrassed for the two statisticians who were put on air (from all appearances) unexpectedly. Simply because the "former" political advisor (and not a professional broadcaster) couldn't handle reality sinking in.
2012-11-07 11:31:41 AM  
1 votes:

ThatGuyGreg: Cythraul: greentea1985: It was so amusing watching this unfold on Fox News last night.

I wish I could have seen that. Hopefully there are some youtube records of it.

Here ya go.


Is this the clip related to the subby?
2012-11-07 11:31:35 AM  
1 votes:
"Do you have any idea how deep in hock I am? I'm going to get chopped up for fish bait unless I can deliver a government by January!"
2012-11-07 11:17:26 AM  
1 votes:
It was pretty surreal to watch; he was having a meltdown and the pundits were urging the people who projected the win to reconsider it. This was somehow better than 2008 where Karl Rove predicted that we'd know who the next president would be once Ohio was called, with the host interrupting to announce that Obama won Ohio leaving Rove with a stunned look on his face. I'd suggest someone shoop Rove's head on the "It's still real to me, dammit!" guy's picture, but I'm afraid no one could tell the difference.
2012-11-07 09:57:45 AM  
1 votes:
Hopefully Karl Rove will be tarred and feathered and run out of town on a rail. Its what the Founding Founders would have done.
2012-11-07 09:39:36 AM  
1 votes:

Cythraul: greentea1985: It was so amusing watching this unfold on Fox News last night.

I wish I could have seen that. Hopefully there are some youtube records of it.


It really was awesome, after they came back from a break and Megyn Kelly kicked it over to Turd Blossom and whatever numbers monkey from the backroom he was going to harangue the numbers started to come in from Cuyahoga county and he was obviously grasping at straws and realizing he had overplayed a bad hand and likely pissed off his masters at FOX. We may have just seen Karl Rove lose some of his power over how Duke brother he went on this last PM
2012-11-07 08:45:33 AM  
1 votes:

greentea1985: It was so amusing watching this unfold on Fox News last night.


I wish I could have seen that. Hopefully there are some youtube records of it.
 
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