Traitor, war criminal, Karl Rove still at large, lurking this weekend in Colorado

Courage and ConsequenceMost people would be surprised to learn that Karl Rove is out of prison. You’d think the unceasing attempts to make citizen’s arrests might have prompted a new attorney general to investigate the man known as “Bush’s Brain,” behind the curtains of Dubya’s stolen elections, 9/11, Iraq, the GWOT thru the Wall Street Bailout, ad nauseam. No. Comically, Rove has a major media pulpit and is promoting a book about apparently, the “Courage” to defy US and international law, and “Consequences” he and his cabal have still avoided. Unless he means the courage too few of his critics have shown, and the consequences the world has suffered. Well this Saturday and Sunday Rove visits Colorado. Do you want to see another book signing interrupted? I’d be curious to see how many secret service agents still protect Rove, but frankly, I can’t think that I want anything to do with him. Whatever I could muster, I can just envision his smug face. He wins.

I know it feels embarrassingly pointless, but where better to remind the media that the public awaits an accounting of the past administration’s crimes. I love that Code Pink activists tie Rove to our illegal wars. In prosecuting Bushco, the Obama team would have to charge themselves next. Hence, no arrests yet. At least in this respect Obama is being consistent.

Need an arrest complaint? Code Pink suggests this boilerplate for making a citizen’s arrest, adjusted for the Colorado statute:

Arrest Complaint
In the matter concerning:

?United States of America, plaintiff
Karl Christian Rove, defendant

Under the authority provided private citizens by Colorado Revised Statutes Title 16-3-201, you, Karl Christian Rove, are being placed under arrest for high crimes against the people of the United States committed during your role as Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush as well as while serving as a campaign consultant during the U.S. presidential elections of 2000 and 2004.

You are charged with willful violation of the following federal codes between the dates of January 1, 2000 until the present.

US Code: Title 42, the Voting Rights Act, for ELECTION FRAUD in the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections

US Code, Chapter 19.371, CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT OFFENSE OR TO DEFRAUD UNITED STATES, for false information leading to the War in Iraq

Several sections of US Code, Chapter 115, TREASON, SEDITION, AND SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES including, but not limited to submitting and fomenting false information leading to the War in Iraq, illegal detainment and torture of prisoners in Guantanamo and elsewhere, and other fraudulent acts leading to the deaths of more than 4,000 U.S. military personnel as well as approximately 300,000 Iraqi civilians.

US Code, Title 18, Chapter 51, FELONY MURDER

Further, you may also be indicted for other violations of federal code not listed in this complaint.

Any United States Marshall or any authorized U.S. Law Enforcement Officer present is obligated under the provisions of Colorado Revised Statutes Title 16-3-201 to take you into custody and bring you forthwith before the nearest magistrate to answer these charges and to advise you of your rights with include:

You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney, and to have an attorney present during any questioning. If you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be provided for you at government expense.

Respectfully submitted by and for citizens of the state of Colorado.

On this 17 day of April, 2010.

5 thoughts on “Traitor, war criminal, Karl Rove still at large, lurking this weekend in Colorado

  1. He’s trying to pump that book. In today’s New Economy, especially as regards new books, all one has to do to get on the best seller list is to sell maybe a couple thousand books.

    So we get idiots like Beck and Palin and Hannity and now, Rove, hitting the Best Seller list… which makes for instant propaganda fodder for them. They get their picture and the title of whatever crap they wrote right there at the checkout lines of King Sooper and similarly laid-out stores across the nation. Doesn’t matter that people ain’t buying the books.

    Just has to stay on the “bestseller” rack for a week or two or until the Next Big Obscenity hits the racks.

    Beck’s book stayed up for almost a month, Hannity did a book just after Rove’s, displaced it in fact. (“courage” only hit number 10 anyway, guess even notoriety can’t get him a starring role…) and Hannity is already off the Top Ten list.

    Probably has a lot to do with their intended audience and the way they shun such “Intellekshul” pursuits as reading.

    What would be almost as much fun as Perp-walking him, would be to get his book, go to the signing, only beforehand hollow out the pages, and put a dead rat in it…

    Or write in the flyleaf “I hired a wino to spit on this page”.

    But, yeah, arresting him would be more appropriate.

    Maybe publicizing the fact that he’s got publicly (taxpayer) paid bodyguards even though he left his staff position at BushCorp a year before the de-lection.

    I mean, he’s got that Ideological Albatross hanging around his neck about privatize this and that and the other thing.

    Not that his supporters are all that amenable to actually looking upon hypocrisy and recoiling from it. Shame is a function of Pride, and Honor, and they have d) none of the above.

  2. Yeah, there was a joke about that, the shaman was asked to make George’s head the size of a walnut, Doctor says, “hey, buddy, you got it wrong, I SHRINK heads!”

    Cursing that lot is kind of redundant though.
    If Purgatory exists, they’ll be getting out about 5 minutes before the end of Eternity.

  3. Let’s get this right:

    Karl Rove is NOT, as many have named him, a ‘brilliant political strategist.’

    Karl Rove is a CRIMINAL MASTERMIND… and should be addressed and treated as such.

  4. I’ve got a few names for him, starting with Pillsbury Dough Boy, not to be confused with any kind of soldier, then ChickenHawk and murderer by proxy, and the list devolves from there.

    It’s hard to adequately describe their crowd without sounding like a poster-child for Tourettes. Far less their actions.

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