From the department of Monkeys with Typewriters

I don't have much hate in my reservoir for Karl Rove. Still it amazes me that people like him actually makes money saying things like, "to win, Mr. McCain must also make a compelling case for electing John McCain." Or better yet:

He needs to describe the consequences of specific domestic policy decisions. He must explain how his proposals on energy, health care, jobs and education will make a difference for ordinary families.

You think, Karl? This is like going to the cardiologist with a heart condition and him telling you to eat more vegetables right before shooing you out the door. I can count on one hand the times I've heard one of these "strategists" say something original. Maybe they save their best insights for their campaigns. Or maybe elections depend on, you know, the actual candidate.