The Washington Times - November 16, 2008, 01:49PM

Karl Rove is as pugnacious as ever.

In an interview with the New York Times Magazine, the former Bush White House adviser holds his thoughts close to the vest, dangling details of a note he sent to President-elect Barack Obama and then refusing to go any further.


“I sent him a handwritten note with funny stamps on the outside,” he told the Times’ Deborah Solomon.

“What kind of funny stamps?” Solomon asked.

“Stamps,” came Rove’s reply.

Rove also said that Vice President-elect Joe Biden has “odd combination of longevity and long-windedness that passes for wisdom in Washington.”

Read the whole thing here.