Was it coincidence or conspicuous of Vanity Fair, to have their February 2008 Proust Questionnaire be our favorite Etch-A-Sketcher, Karl Rove?
He, of election infamy and New Math on the eve of the Iowa Caucus?
They did frame it properly, in the first sentence of the introduction;
"A principal architect of the disastrous presidency of George W. Bush ..."Fairly mundane responses from the Turd Blossom, until the final question - "What is your motto?";
"I like the one that used to be the motto on the unit coin of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, the Blackhorse: “Be prepared! Find the bastards. And pile on!”Pile on, indeed ...
And it appears the conservatives are beginning to do that.
Andrew Sullivan, perhaps not the first, but likely what will become a reoccurring theme as the 2008 Elections move on, writing late last night, on how the Iowa Caucus-goers defined their politics, hung one on Rove;
"One is a national party; the other is on its way to being an ideological church. The damage Bush and Rove have done - revealed in 2006 - is now inescapable."
May the piling on continue, be it the corruption of the Justice Department, the firing of the U.S. Attorneys, the Siegalman Case, or the bevy of other evil doings Rove brought on.
It should end up being a very large pile ...
The Infamous Proust Questionnaire
Le Questionnaire de Proust