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No time to change republican leadership

Re:  Michael Steele

Why are the democrats so interested in the republican party and who leads it?  I am getting a real bad feeling about this.  I think it is a very poor time for republican leadership to change.  Michael Steele has been welcoming to the tea party movement, and he will only be replaced by a RINO.  And who will benefit by this?  Don’t let us chip up in pieces at this point!

The DNC is sending out statement after statement declaring Steele wants to quit the war. THE DNC OF ALL PLACES. Yet, the republicans are falling for their trap in giving their statements credence.

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But we have to concentrate on November. We don’t need this Steele resign hullabaloo now. What the MSM and DNC is trying to do is distract from Obama and democrats’ failed and disastrous policies.

Listen to the Video Here.  And he is supposed to resign for this?  I don’t think so.

I hope we don’t get manipulated by the powers that be to divide us.  The democrats wouldn’t be happier, and the republicans?  Well, maybe they want to put in a bona fide RINO.

Careful.  Careful.

Posted:  07.05.10

http://legalinsurrection.blogspot.com/2010/07/harry-reid-curiously-quiet-about.html

http://cubachi.com/2010/07/02/michael-steele-should-not-resign/

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Dirty, sexy money

For the second day in a row, reporter Claire Shipman touted the story of an RNC staffer who submitted expense accounts after taking a donor to a strip club in Hollywood. Shipman’s piece featured a clip of CNN anchor John Roberts gloating, “It’s a story of dirty, sexy money” and of fellow cable host Rick Sanchez imploring, “Someone need to tell me how to spend $2000 at a topless club.”

Other journalist snippets included Chris Matthews chiding, “The latest embarrassment for the RNC during the reign of Michael Steele.” On Monday, after Shipman detailed expenses Steele reported including limo usage and private jet travel, she opined, “It’s the sort of spending controversy that sounds so, well, pre-recession.”



You have got to be kidding me.  “Dirty, sexy money.”  Isn’t it comforting to know that these “journalists” are so cncerned about republican money.  I do believe the money is from private donations, right?  Then what business is it of theirs?  They hate republicans.  You would think they would be happy to see republican money wasted.  But let me say this:  who would have thought the republican party would be associated with dirty sexy money?

And somehow they always mention Michael Steele’s name, when he was nowhere near the scene of this so-called bondage club.  I think it could be a racist attack on Mr. Steele.  It has to be because otherwise why would these “journalists” want to malign him in this way.

You would think they want you to believe it was Michael Steele who was at the club.  So this is a vicious racist attack on him.

And besides that, surely they don’t object to republicans using their own money to try to put a little life in this party of  no.   All they want to do is have a little fun.  🙂  🙂  Why, Meghan McCain may have even recommended it.  Loosen up, like, people.

http://currentcelebrity.onsugar.com/Quincy-Jones-Still-Partying-7610012

http://www.exposay.com/paris-hilton-celebrity-sightings-at-voyeur-in-west-hollywood-on-november-12-2009/v/34266/1/

http://www.wireimage.com/ItemListings.aspx?igi=426104&nbc1=17

But as far as I know, and as far as I believe, Mr. Steele is pretty much an upright guy, and I think these newscasters know he is.

Oh, wait, he did say drill, baby, drill.    🙂

I was a little upset with how much money Nancy Pelosi spent of TAXPAYER money for all her travels, food, and liquor while the country is in recession.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) has spent or authorized spending at least $3.2 million on trips, hotels, food, high-priced liquor, and military jet rides in the past two years.

You think maybe CNN and MSNBC could focus on all the tax money being wasted daily?  Well, no, they can’t, they won’t – until the republicans take the place over soon.  Then they’ll be all over it.

Posted:  03.31.10

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Michael Steele says “Fire Nancy Pelosi”

I like Michael Steele.  Lester Holt, NBC, interviewed him on the Today Show.

Holt was kind of worried about this website called “Fire Pelosi.”  He says, “If I click on to your Web site this morning, I see an image of Nancy Pelosi surrounded by flames. “Fire Nancy Pelosi!”  You’ve raised about $800,000 according to what’s on that Web site right now.” ….. Why target her?  Does this do anything to advance civil dialogue on Capitol Hill?”  [ 🙂 so typical, civil dialogue and bipartisanship – as long as it’s on their terms.]

To which Michael Steele replies, “I find it amusing now that everybody’s all of a sudden now this thing has passed, is interested in civil dialogue. I mean the reality of it is, no one paid attention to the American people for the past year. And the American people have been to the point of outrage on this issue.”

He goes on to say that “Nancy Pelosi owns this,  as much as anyone else. And I think that the fact, that the way she’s run the house, the way that a lot of the Republican leadership was not a part in crafting this bill in the House…..”  And for that reason “Pelosi’s got to get fired. And I’ve asked, I’ve called for that the first night this thing was signed. And I’ve asked folks to go to FireNancyPelosi.com and help me do it.”

Yes, I sure do like Michael Steele.


$1,014,465 collected so far.  There doesn’t seem to be a video of this interview, not yet anyway.  If I find one, I’ll put it up.  Transcript at Newsbusters.
Here we go, found it:

Posted:  03.23.10

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Paul Begala calls Rush Limbaugh “corpulent drug addict”

Newsbusters reports with video:

CNN’s Paul Begala, in response to Friday’s announcement that former Maryland governor Michael Steele had been named Republican National Committee chairman, said, “The real leader of the Republican Party in America today is a corpulent drug addict with an AM radio talk show, Rush Limbaugh.”

And what does that make the leader of the democratic party, I wonder?  Here’s an interesting and quite funny video of some prominent democrats, including Barack Obama, falling all over themselves to tell us all about their drug use.

Mr. Begala also added:

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is “very bitter, and divisive,” “Obama is stylistically much more like Reagan,” and that George W. Bush was a “spectacularly lazy president.”

And how bitter and divisive is that?

But at least Gov. Sarah Palin and George W. Bush are public figures and in politics.  Rush Limbaugh is a private citizen practicing his profession, the one he has had now for about 20 years, and isn’t it a bit of a stretch to elevate him to the level of the “leader of the republican party?”

Posted: 01.31.09

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Michael Steele to head Republican Party

Republicans

The Republican Party chose the first black national chairman in its history Friday, just shy of three months after the nation elected a Democrat as the first African-American president. The choice marked no less than “the dawn of a new party,” declared the new GOP chairman, former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele.

Uh – who is this Rush Limbaugh that President Obama keeps talking about?

Posted:  01.31.09

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