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09/05/2006

Some give ties for Father's Day, others encourage sweeping anti-gay policies

by Jeremy Hooper

  Writers James Moore and Wayne Slater reportedly reveal in their just-released book, The Architect, that Karl Rove's adoptive father, Louis Rove, was gay.

Interesting.

Inspired by Mr. Rove's example of one using their father's characteristics against them as part of their adult job, this writer will from this point forward attempt to divide the country by politically pushing initiatives banning football fans from watching hours of games on weekends, Little League coaches from caring about their son's extracurricular activities, and hard workers from busting their ass in order to put food on the family table. Take that, daddy!

It's unclear what other ironic things Rove's father-figure may have been; though really, isn't his alleged distaste for bush Bush quite enough to make ya both groan and giggle simultaneously?

The Rove Less Traveled [Radar Online]
New Book Reveals Rove's Father Was Gay... [Huffington Post]

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