Karl Rove has finally discovered and admitted his "biggest mistake", which was "failing to refute charges that Bush lied us into war".
Tell me something I didn't know, Karl. Everybody with a pulse knew this. It was painful to watch the White House briefings every day as nobody (and particularly not Scott McClellan) ever bothered to counter the narrative. It was simply maddening. How could you not have seen that you were being destroyed in the media every single day without ever lifting a finger to defend yourselves?
Does this mean Rove is going back on his previous assessment of 2006, that it had to do with scandal more than Iraq? At what point did Rove have this epiphany?
Inquiring minds want to know.