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Advisory for Editors and Reporters: Richard Viguerie's Article, What Karl Rove Didn't Want to Hear, Posted on Human Events Online

Advisory for Editors and Reporters: Richard Viguerie's Article, What Karl Rove Didn't Want to Hear, Posted on Human Events Onlin

MANASSAS, Va., Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- An article, What Karl Rove Didn't Want to Hear, by Richard A. Viguerie, author of Conservatives Betrayed: How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause, has just been published by Human Events Online at http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=18497

The article relates to a recent public event in which Rove made a speech and, in the question and answer session that followed, made a special point of saying, in a humorous way, that he would not take a question from Viguerie.

The Human Events article discloses what Viguerie would have asked Rove if he had been called upon.

NOTE to EDITORS: Richard A. Viguerie pioneered ideological and political direct mail and has been called "the funding father of the conservative movement" for his role in helping build dozens of conservative organizations. Viguerie was cited in the Washington Times in 1999 as one of 13 "Conservatives of the Century." The founding of his company was listed by John F. Kennedy Jr.'s magazine, GEORGE, as one of the 100 "defining moments" in 20th Century American politics. He is the author of 5 books including the newly released Conservatives Betrayed: How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause (Bonus Books, 2006).

CONTACT: Margaret Wright of ConservativesBetrayed.com, +1-703-907-9876, or +1-703-396-6974

ConservativesBetrayed.com

CONTACT: Margaret Wright of ConservativesBetrayed.com, +1-703-907-9876,
or +1-703-396-6974

Web site: http://www.conservativesbetrayed.com/
http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=18497

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