Siegel talks to David Brooks, a columnist at The New York Times, and Ruth Marcus, a columnist and editorial board member at The Washington Post. They get around to Karl Rove's resignation:
Brooks: "He's a relentlessly cheerful figure. He's incredibly well educated...as for his public role...in getting Republicans to win he was a master, and he did it by getting neighbors talking to neighbors and that is how you win voters....on substance I actually think he had quite a lot of the right ideas. He tried to make the Republicans the reform party..."
Marcus: "I was struck as I listened to him [Rove] talk...how much he, 'the Architect' has actually teed up a foundation at least for the fall..."
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