Manchester, NH (PRWEB) June 16, 2006
Karl Rove Gives Exclusive Interview to New Hampshire Activist Network.
Leading up to his appearance at the New Hampshire Republican State Committee's annual dinner, Karl Rove granted an exclusive interview to VictoryNH.com — New Hampshire’s first citizen activist network — running the gamut from tax, energy, & immigration policy to earmark reform and New Hampshire’s First in the Nation Primary.
Co-founded by Ambassador Joseph Petrone and Manchester activist, Harry Levine, Victory NH's mission is to use the power of New Hampshire’s First in the Nation Primary to bring together political thinkers, policy makers to shape the 2008 presidential debate.
"In a time of increasing discord in Washington, we saw Mr. Rove’s visit as the perfect opportunity to give the President’s positions a fair, unfiltered hearing before the citizen activists who have long begun the process of driving the national debate,” Levine said.
In a wide-ranging interview Rove detailed the positive impact of the President’s tax cuts, outlined the Advanced Energy Initiative, and spoke favorably of Congressman Mike Pence’s Border Integrity and Immigration Reform Act.
Additionally, Rove answered the attacks from the Left-wing blogosphere ...
"the Internet for the Left of the Democratic Party has served as a way to mobilize hate and anger — hate and anger, first and foremost, at this President and Conservatives, but then also at people within their own party whom they consider to be less than completely loyal to this very narrow, very out-of-the-mainstream, very far Left-wing ideology that they tend to represent."
And took on the “big spenders” of both parties, while arguing for the Line Item Veto ...
"In reality, there are 3 parties in Congress: Republicans, Democrats, and Appropriators. And guess what? The Republicans and Democrats are in a minority. So you need to have this important and executive tool that allows a President to shine a bright light on some unnecessary spending and then to have Congress vote up or down as to whether or not to override his veto."
VictoryNH.com began as a grassroots Internet effort led by Ambassador Joseph Petrone. Since it’s founding in 2004, it has grown into a network of activist groups across New Hampshire, working together to defend the principles and policies of lower taxes, smaller government, a strong national defense, and our free enterprise system; as well as protecting New Hampshire's First in the Nation Primary.
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