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Monday, August 13, 2007

Using oldest break-up excuse in history, Rove tells Bush, "It's not you, it's me." Bush responds with lyrics from 1988 soft rock classic.


If you see me walking by, and the tears are in my eyes...look away, baby look away. If we meet on the street someday, and I don't know what to say...don't look at me. I don't want you to see me this way.

Emotional Rove announces 'next chapter'
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- An emotional Karl Rove characterized his tenure in the White House as a "witness to history" as he announced his resignation as President Bush's senior political adviser at the end of this month. "It seems the right time to start thinking about the next chapter in our family's life," Rove said, his voice breaking. "It's not been an easy decision."

Speaking to reporters outside the White House with Bush at his side, Rove said discussions about his departure began last summer. "It always seemed there was a better time to leave, somewhere out there in the future. But now is the time." He told Bush he would be "your fierce and committed advocate on the outside."

Speaking at the White House before leaving for his ranch in Crawford, Texas, Bush called Rove "a dear friend," and said, "I'll be on the road behind you here in a little bit."


"I'll be on the road behind you here in a little bit. Right after I finish listening to this Chicago song, that will always remind me of you, Rovey."



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2 comments:

melly said...

What a hysterical video! So 80s! So awful!

I was half expecting you to have put Bush and Rove in the video, Jules. In fact, there's a man in the first few scenes that I thought was Rove!

Jules said...

He WAS in there, symbolically, as the chick in the garter belt laughing hysterically about throwing the watch over the ledge of the building-- which symbolized America and the war. Or something. :)