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Steele Delivers Clear, Common-Sense Weekly Address

February 7, 2009

RNC Chair Michael Steele delivered the weekly Republican Address this morning, and made a clear case as to why the stimulus was horrible legislation and why Republicans have better ideas.  It was a clear, concise message, that spoke in common-sense terms to the American people.  With eight years of addresses by Bush (not the world’s [...]

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And the New RNC Chair is: Michael Steele

January 30, 2009

Republicans elected their new RNC chair today, electing Maryland former Lt. Governor Michael Steele in the sixth ballot, defeating South Carolina RNC Chair Katon Dawson by a vote of  91 to 77.   Michael Steele brings fresh, outsider blood into the RNC.  Not being an RNC chair gives him a fresh perspective at leading our party [...]

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Arguments Against Michael Steele

November 17, 2008

As most people know, Michael Steele is running for the RNC Chairmanship position.  There are many people, including myself, who have been intrigued and excited by this idea.  Erick Erickson over at RedState has some counter-arguments to electing Steele as the RNC chair, and he makes some good points.  Whether or not they are disqualifying [...]

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Michael Steele for GOP Chair

November 12, 2008

With Newt taking himself out of the running for the position of RNC chair, Michael Steele becomes the obvious choice.  I have been a fan of Michael Steele since his run for Senate two years ago, and had hoped he’d be appointed to this position back in 2006.  I sincerely hope that the RNC has [...]

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Newt for RNC Chair?

November 7, 2008

Word has it that Newt Gingrich is considering a run for the RNC Chair position.  With our party out of power, having a party leader with real Conservative bona-fides, as well as someone who knows how to lead a minority party to a majority one, would be in the party’s best interests.  I’ll wait to [...]

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