"I was sort of disappointed after the election because my friends in Wisconsin had their spirits down," Bush campaign manager Karl Rove said Saturday night. "You seem to think you came up short, and you did in the Electoral College. But without your effort here, we wouldn't have won. You don't fight someone just in one place, you fight them all along the line and make them spread their resources. You scared the heck out of [Kerry]."Posted by James Zellmer at April 11, 2005 12:00 AM | Subscribe to this site via RSS:
In front of a GOP-packed audience at the Waukesha County Lincoln Day Dinner, the former top Bush campaign manager and current White House deputy chief of staff spoke candidly about the campaign, his relationship to President Bush, and his pride in the people of Waukesha County.