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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

KARL ROVE - AND THE ANTI-ROVE VISION OF REPUBLICAN STRATEGY - MIGHT JUST CLASH AT CONVENTION IN CHARLOTTE

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KARL ROVE - AND THE ANTI-ROVE VISION OF REPUBLICAN STRATEGY - MIGHT JUST CLASH AT CONVENTION IN CHARLOTTE:

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C. Edmund Wright

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C. Edmund Wright CREDS
Author, “WTF? How Karl Rove and the Establishment Lost…Again”
Author, “You Might Be a Liberal”
Feature columnist, “American Thinker” www.americanthinker.com/c_edmund_wright/
Columnist, Breitbart www.breitbart.com
Consultant, Writer for “Winning Our Future Super PAC” 2011-2012
Ghost-writer for a prominent conservative talk show host 2008-2011 (confidential)


KARL ROVE - AND THE ANTI-ROVE VISION OF REPUBLICAN STRATEGY - MIGHT JUST CLASH AT CONVENTION IN CHARLOTTE:


In light of the spectacular failure of the Mitt Romney Campaign and the Karl Rove led Super PACs, there is a palpable civil war of sorts brewing in the GOP specifically and among conservatives generally over strategy and philosophy.  This played out at CPAC in March and will again at the NC GOP Convention in Charlotte - as Karl Rove will be the Keynote speaker.

"Rove has been a very central establishment player for the past 13 years and has a 20 year track record of failure," says C. Edmund Wright, author of the recently released WTF? How Karl Rove and the Establishment Lost…Again. "The beltway consultants, the Frank Luntz Focus Groups, Rove, and his minions - all have been failing for many years because of their isolation from reality and their fear of running a big picture campaign. The book shows how Mitt's loss was 20 years, not 20 days or 20 weeks in the making."

The release, which is of course is about political strategy and messaging, also has a much deeper thesis that has been validated in astonishing fashion by the recent IRS revelations.  "The establishment misses the real zeitgeist of the country, which is a discernible attack by government bureaucrats on the citizenry that is paying them," says Wright, adding that, "this is the conservative/liberal tension dominating the lives of so many Americans, and it's what all elections should be about.  Almost every issue can be filtered through this. The IRS scandal frankly makes me look prophetic - as does Rove's reaction to the 2012 loss."

Wright's work is drawing rave reviews on Amazon and among talk and cable interviewers, because, according to the author, "readers think I sort of nailed it. There was something missing in Romney and Rove's effort last fall, even when Mitt appeared on his way to victory - and it's kind of been missing from GOP campaigns for many years. I really do believe this book speaks to that, and it resonates."

Wright said he would "welcome a chance to speak with Karl and to compare visions," stating that his book's url, www.FireKarlRove.com, is one he owned back in the early 2000's.  "I didn't jump off the Rove train on the morning of November 7th," says Wright. "I was never on that train. I think that's why I am able to connect some dots in the book and on air."

His written works have been called "very funny " and "so much brilliance" by Rush Limbaugh. He was recently called "the best guest talk radio has to offer" by icon Barry Farber, and "so much FUN on the air" by host Vicki McKenna. Wright is an engaging and versatile interview on camera or microphone - able to navigate any issue comfortably on his feet. 

PROFILE
C. Edmund Wright is an accomplished national columnist and coveted natural speaker whose business experiences and ability to connect the dots resonates with readers and conference goers alike.  Wright has given keynote speeches and single handedly moderated a Presidential debate.
His experiences in business, polling, and political communications gives him peerless insight into the issues of the day. Wright has owned numerous businesses over the past couple of decades and was communications director for the 92 NC Bush Quayle Campaign — where he found out how frustrating it can be for a true conservative working for political moderates.
His work with the liberal elites of SC in a polling and focus group gives him inside experience dealing with the liberal mindset. 
In addition to his writing for American Thinker (www.AmericanThinker.com), Wright spent nearly three years as one of the very rare ghost writers for a major (and I do mean major) radio talk show host. Mixing a ton of real world experience with an astounding ability to use analogy and stories to tie up seemingly loose ends, Wright mixes in the right amount of a sharp wit into his talks and his articles to magnify impact.
When not writing or speaking, Wright lives with his wife Jennings and his three children in Raleigh, NC (ok, one child is grown and another is in college) and tends to a number of business interests. 
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