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AUGUST 13 2007

1."The Mark of Rove" - Rove plans to resign.
2. Karl Rove, Boy Genius - Doc's Parlor, conservative blog, debates
the accuracy of photo on this website.
3. Karl Rove's unfinished business: subpoena showdown ahead.
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"The Mark of Rove"
Commentary By Paul A. Gigot of the Wall Street Journal

What about those who say he's leaving to avoid Congressional
scrutiny? "I know they'll say that," he says, "But I'm not going to stay
or leave based on whether it pleases the mob." He also knows he'll
continue to be a target, even from afar, since belief in his influence
over every Administration decision has become, well, faith-based.

"I'm a myth. There's the Mark of Rove," he says, with a bemused air.
"I read about some of the things I'm supposed to have done, and I
have to try not to laugh." He says the real target is Mr. Bush, whom
many Democrats have never accepted as a legitimate president and
"never will."

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Karl Rove, Boy Genius, Resigns
Doc's Political Parlor and Home of Lawn Mower Repair

There is no truth to any rumor that his resignation had anything to do
with state Sen. Jabo Waggoner being identified as Karl Rove by
donsiegelman.org and other sites.

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From the www.donsiegelman.org webdev team: There has been an
amazing (over) reaction to this photograph. It is "just" a photograph,
isn't it? I have not changed the names on the picture for these
reasons:

    1.Your extreme reaction is suspicious.
    2. You omitted the name of the person being discussed in your
    photo. You would not do that to the Senate Minority Leader
    Jabo Waggoner. That would be un-politic.
    3. The angle of the neck, the ridge in the forehead and the
    shorter height are more Rove than Waggoner.
    4. You have not provided the "other" picture that you claim that
    you have. It would settle the matter quickly.Send it along and
    prove me wrong.

Until substantial proof is provided, the man is believed to be Karl
Rove.

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Karl Rove’s Unfinished Business (the Trail Leads,
Yet Again, to Alabama)
Scott Horton of Harper's

....Reports of Rove’s disappearance from the Washington political
scene are premature. In fact, Senator Leahy was very quick to point
out that he has some unfinished business with the Senate Judiciary
Committee. Now that he’s leaving the White House, it’s unlikely that
the subpoena showdown will simply go away.

Of course Rove can still make the argument that the inquiry marks a
sensitive prying into conversations between Rove and the president.
This was always a difficult argument for the Bush White House. For
one thing, many of the materials in question were apparently stored
on a Republican National Committee server, suggesting that Rove
considered the matter to be of a partisan political nature. (An
assessment which, I hasten to add, seems entirely correct: it was all
about partisan politics). And when Rove is acting for the Republican
Party and not for the president, there is no executive privilege
argument.

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Senate Minority
Leader Jabo
Waggoner,
R-Vestavia Hills.
photo: Jim Young/Reuters

Karl Rove, the President's top
political strategist  has announced
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