There are some things upon which everyone can agree. Last night at the National Conference on Volunteering and Service at the Washington, D.C. Convention Center, liberal political strategist Donna Brazile and Karl Rove, former advisor to President George W. Bush, took a twirl in support of Points of Light’s mission to help people find meaningful opportunities to volunteer for the country. “Acts of service can indeed cross boundaries, bring together the most unlikely allies, and build stronger communities,” said Michelle Nunn, CEO of Points of Light, the largest organization in the world dedicated to volunteer service.
Rove: Donna, you make me want to sing "Brown Sugar".
Brazile: Karl, you make me want to sing "A Whiter Shade of Pale".
Inter racial and non-partisan hackdom in all its glory.
Frankly, I think David Gregory was a better dancing partner for Rove. Rove and Bobby DeNiro have one thing in common - they both have "jungle fever."
If Donna wasn't such a shill for the DNC, she would have to treat Rove for what he is - an enemy of democracy.
The only thing Karl Rove would be dancing on, if it was ever uncovered what transpired after Katrina, is air.
The only thing that would satisfy me more is seeing Rush Limbaugh and Pat Robertson have massive heart attacks.
Rove: Donna, my SuperPac American Crossroads still has tens of millions of dollars. Half of it could be yours.
Brazile: I'll take the money but you won't have any success with me either.
Rove: Donna, 50 years ago I never dreamed that I'd ever dance with a woman like you.
Rove: Donna honey, have you ever thought what it would be like to make sweet love to me?
Brazile: I'm thinking a soft Pillsbury Doughboy.
Reading 'winger hate. You're not the right person to point it out.
@fitty_three Now, now, fitty, please be kind.
OMG. She will be in:
@sacredh Donna: ...although you won't be giggling like the little fella when I poke you with this...
[donna whips out microscope]
I. Don't. THINK. So!
It's my critical mindset. I've been focusing on his deficiencies.
Of course, if I were to open my mind up a bit...