The inexplicably still employed Jennifer Rubin, on the utter failure of GOP SuperPACs:
Excuse me, the guy who backed Akin and who masterminded the anti-Bain smear film on behalf of Newt Gingrich is lecturing the rest of the conservative movement on being a constructive fundraising force? Puleez. Was there any more destructive force for conservatives in the 2012 general race than Akin or in the primary race by the anti-capitalist feeding frenzy Tyler championed? At least Rove acted in good faith for the promotion of conservative candidates and ideas. As one conservative insider put it to me, “The question isn’t whether Crossroads made any difference, but rather whether the investment could have been better utilized in smarter fashion.”
I’m going to need Lt. Commander Data here to scan for Irony. There isn’t any here in this quadrant.
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The answer to your question, Jennifer, is you. Jennifer Rubin. Personally. By being an unpaid shill, multiple times a day for the Romney administration while on the payroll of a one of the nation’s largest newspapers. Your existence is such an astonishingly damaging and rancid conflict of interest that the Post should be breaking land speed records getting your useless ass out the door. You sold the propaganda that Romney was winning without hesitation. Clearly, you’re part of the problem.
And as much as I’d like to see you continue to bamboozle stupid conservatives with your own repellent fantasies of punditry, you really ought to be doing so back at Commentary or Newsmax or American Thinker or whatever conservative hellhole you crawled out of rather than the Washington Post.
Get thee hence.