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David Axelrod Thinks Karl Rove's Donors Should Ask For Their Money Back

Top Obama advisor David Axelrod relished in Karl Rove's defeat Thursday, telling reporters on a conference call that donors to Rove's American Crossroads super PAC should ask for their money back. "If I were one of those billionaires...I'd be wanting to talk to someone and asking where my refund is, because they didn’t get much for their money," Axelrod said. "I would think there’ll be reluctance in the future when Mr.
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