Friday, November 12, 2010

Steeles Race Card

Reason #2 why Steele must go ..

 ...  last week, in a radio interview with Rev. Al Sharpton, Steele ratcheted up the rhetoric, appearing to agree with Sharpton that if he is not reelected as RNC chairman, it will be because the GOP is racist, making “the
brother take the fall.”

Steele Playing to Racists

Sharpton said he couldn’t believe Republicans would even think of ditching Steele as RNC chair.

“You’d be the first brother run out after doing a good job. It would be interesting to see them have a historic win, and the brother takes the fall. Usually the brother takes the fall when they lose,” Sharpton said [...]

Reason #1:  Being no more incompetent than your incompetent predecessor is no  achievement., which leaves Steele with none.  Success props for the recent election gains go to Obama, Reid, and Pelosi for making people hate and fear Democrats, and to the Teaparty movement which produced the energy and provided the money that financed it. Doo-Dah.


Anonymous said...

Agreed with Sharpton = firing offense. Bu Bye.

Wabano said...

America first need to be de-nazified like it was after WW II.

We got rid of the nazi KKK and it's affiliates.

Life was a lot easier then...NEXT!

We need to be rid of communists and muslims!

They are the roots of all contemporary evils.

Communists have taken over the Democrat Party and
muslim scumbags have weaseled their
way into all these controlling federal agencies, army, police,
intel and judiciary, corrupting them to the core!

Cheesy said...

I suspect racism played a part in Steele being appointed in the first place.
"Good job" according to sharpton.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Steele was Lt. Gov of MD to Bob Ehrlich, and did nothing to make anyone think he wasn't conservative himself. During his Senate run against Ben Cardin, he showed a tendency to do the black shuffle and race pander to black voters, which I thought unfortunate and made me uneasy about his candidacy for GOP chair. Turns out he's just incompetent. Race has nothing to do with that.

Anonymous said...

Whether or not Steele is a good choice, you have to admit the timing alone of how he was put in on at the height of the Obama surge, made him look like a "token". "Hey black folks, we got us a negro leader too. Sure you don't wanna vote repub?" It was pretty pathetic.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

I forgot who was running against him, but it was some establishment throw-back more-of-the-same dick. Who the hell was there back then, they all were. I'm t6hrowing my hat in the ring right now. I'll be great.

Cheesy said...

I agree he's incompetent, so why put him there?
I was referring to 'racism' in the respect that If a black candidate for president were not running, neither would Mr. Steele have the chair of the GOP.
Just one persons observation.

Juice said...

Cheesy, I agree. Freaking Pubs always trying to play catch up and placate with the Libs and Lib media. Just like when they tried to push Colin Powell. It was like it didn't matter what their politics were as long as they appeared to be a Pub and "of color."
The Tea Party actually gave us Conservs. 'Bout time.

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