Protest at Rove's House: Leave No Child Behind
Who says we have weak national security? The protesters who Bastilled Karl Rove's house yesterday did so "because they could not get as close to the White House as they could to his house." Take that, Dick Clarke! Of course, knowing that his President was safe did not make Rove feel any better. According to the WP, "At one point, Rove rushed to a window, pointed a finger and yelled something inaudible." We're very curious about which finger. But eventually Rove caved and agreed to "meet" with two member of the group. And by "meet with," of course, he meant "berate and threaten."
Rove was "very upset" and was "yelling in our faces" and that Rove told them "he hoped we were proud to make his 14-year-old and 10-year-old cry."
No, really, he continued, because I'm kind of running out of ideas.