Karl Rove’s resignation is prompting the sort of mindless news coverage one would have expected. The New York Times doesn’t want to let him go. Its editorial is titled Mr. Rove Gets Out of Town. The Times seems to think he’s escaping, one step ahead of the Sheriff:
Karl Rove, the architect of so much that has gone so wrong with the Bush administration, announced yesterday that he is leaving the White House to spend more time with his family. What he didn
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