Rove: Tea Party Groups Being "Paranoid When They Shouldn't Be"
Karl Rove continues to explain why his political action committee is not anti-Tea Party and will help elect the most electable conservative candidate. Rove also explains why he, as an adviser to former President George W. Bush, supported Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey in 2004. Rove says if Bush came out against Specter it would have hurt the administration's ability to get their judicial nominees through the Senate as Specter was chairing the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.
"They're off base here, they're being paranoid when they shouldn't be paranoid," Rove concluded.