| ||Richard Viguerie, a pioneering direct-mail consultant, called for Republicans to purge from their ranks Rove and Ed Gillespie -- who helped found Crossroads and later moved over to Mitt Romney's presidential campaign -- as well as Romney advisers Stuart Stevens and Neil Newhouse. 'In any logical universe,' he argued, 'no one would give a dime to their ineffective super PACs, such as American Crossroads.' Rove didn't comment for this story, but Crossroads spokesman Jonathan Collegio attributed the mounting conservative grumbling to jealousy and said the political world hasn't heard the last of Rove or Crossroads.
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