Friday, January 30, 2009

Michael Steele – New RNC Chair!

Michael Steele, former Lieutenant Governor from the State of Maryland and current GOPAC Chair, has become the Republican Party Chair. Steele promises to be the hands-on Party Chair that Republican Grassroots activists have been waiting for. Charismatic, media savvy and in-touch with technology, Steele’s election to Party Chair is well-timed - 2010 promises to be a better than anticipate year for Republican candidates, given general resistance to stimulus plan, and economic trends that have small businesses and the middle class leery of the current Congress.

3 comments:

Chuck said...

I personally think we have a chance to make some noise in 2010.

Greg said...

What, now we go and find our own "magic Negro"?

This is a very, very sad day for America. The election of Steele proves that the Republican party will not go in the direction they need to for the sake of our country. They can expect to be in the minority for quite some time to come.

Are you a true conservative or just a kool aid drinker? If you are a true conservative then you would listen to what this other true conservative has to say about him.

http://preview.tinyurl.com/deacesteelernc

Steve Deace is so right about him.

He's a RINO. On that we can be clear. This proves that the Republican Party's move to the Left might be a permanent legacy of the Bush years.

Tina Hemond said...

Chuck, you and me both - to Greg (your icon links to tinyurl, just an fyi) I am personally offended by the term you used to define Michael Steele - cretin is the word that comes to mind and I normally do not call posters to this blog "names" - yet this is deserved. For you to question Michael Steele's conservative credentials prooves you know little about the man, sour grapes, perhaps, not sure who you were supporting, but it is the fact that fringe "right" groups have destroyed the party - it goes without saying the people such as yourself, who have no clue, will be told to get one - nicely - so, feel free to read my analysis of Michael Steele done today, and do some reasearch on your own, and get behind the movement, there's room for dialogue for all conservatives, not just a "select few". P.S., are you sure you're a conservative? The only reason I ask is that your term for Steele is similar to those used on the Huffington Post - that gave me pause - to rethink your visit.

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