CHQ - Former Texas GOP Chairman: Bush and Rove Betrayed Conservative Principles

Former Texas GOP Chairman: Bush and Rove betrayed conservative principles
Dallas Morning News - Former Texas GOP chairman Tom Pauken knows George W. Bush and Karl Rove very well, having served with both during Bush's ascendancy to power in the early 90's - and Pauken is just the latest conservative to claim that Bush and Rove did more to destroy the conservative movement than the Democrats ever could hope to.  Pauken's claims appear similar to those of other prominent conservatives such as Richard Viguerie, who've made the case that Bush's presidency was a disaster for conservatism and the GOP. 


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