It was not a memo Karl Rove wanted to be made public says Politico in an article this morning. It was meant only for donors to his Super Pac, Crossroads GPS and other millionaire donors such as the Koch brothers. Rove is vehemently denying its existence.
Rove began his memo in a light-hearted but ominous tone. "Let's face it guys, we needed a candidate like Charlton Heston in The Ten Commandants and ended up with one like Eddie Haskell in Leave it to Beaver! Even the numb-nuts on the far right can see through this man! Here's the deal; we have fudged the truth with this guy for so long, we have finally fudged our pants! In other words, the word became the deed and smell it, hell, we're sitting in it!
Rove finished the memo with the following: "But, not to worry my friends, help is on the way! I'm talking to Hillary for 2016!"