Skip to comments.Want something worse than re-electing Obama? Well, here it is.............
Posted on 11/13/2012 1:08:28 PM PST by bestintxas
Michael Steele, the former chairman of the Republican National Committee, floated the idea of running again for the RNC chairman position on Sunday.
Asked directly if he would run again on C-Span, Steele said, "It's not a bad idea. I can go shake up the house a little bit more, what do you think?"
"Are you serious?" asked the host.
Asked when he would announce a decision to run, Steele said, "Oh, I've got time for that."
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
Give the job to West, that will work even better!
He gets booted out, calls us racists, and now wants back in?
I hear Keith Olberman is looking for work.
Politics is so much fun. ;-)
This is not good, but it is not worse that the re-election of Obama.
We found a young lady in Arizona on another thread involving vehicular assault who is more qualified for the job.
We don't need their kind around here.
Is the guy running Brietbart these days a Mittbot perhaps? Anyone know?
When the Chairman starts picking the winners and losers you get a debacle like we had last week.
I’m with you. It may have been said in jest — but nothing — NOTHING — is worse than re-electing Obama.
Best to make your criticisms in terms of specific failures on his part ~ rather than generalities. I think he did a great job bringing in Hollywood lesbian supporters ~ even Lindsay Lohan ~ somebody got a picture of her without bruises?
Once burned, twice shy.
Steele is a nonstarter . . . . . . . . but, so is anyone who isn’t a guaranteed, 24kt, dyed in the wool, honest-to-God conservative!
But, the GOP is such a crap organization, they won’t care what their former base thinks.
GO TEA PARTY!!
Mike is pulling your legs ~ he keeps a pulled leg box next to his fireplace in fact ~ tosses one in every now and then just to watch the fat boil and spark!
You simply make the RNC irrelevant to Republican politics and that gets rid of the worst of the GOP-e.
Sorry, but, there is nothing worse than re-electing obama.
There may be things equal to re-electing obama but not worse.
We can’t sink any lower than we already have.
His handling of the NY 23rd congressional district (the Dede Scozzafava screwup) was enough to disqualify him forever, as far as I'm concerned. He took a formerly conservative district, did everything possible to bash the conservative who was winning it, and with Dede's help apparently has given it permanently to the Democrats, or at least until the tides shift.
He did? Wow ~ I thought that was the regular district Republican Committee who selected skuzzifuzzy ~ http://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/17017/ny-23-scozzafava-tapped-as-gop-candidate/- that was as of July 22. All the other stuff came about LONG AFTER the Republicans didn’t run a primary or a convention to select a candidate to run in a special election ~ very Romneyesque if you ask me. Doug Hoffman was the candidate of that quaint New York party called The Conservative Party. Seriously that committee hadn’t had to worry about a candidate for ages The problem started when the local Republican Representative, John McHugh resigned to become an Obama lackey ~ take it out on that puke. Every other character in this clown show played a secondary roll and did not cause the problem.
One of the things political parties do is get behind their own candidates to the exclusion of outsiders.
Frankly, we'd be better off if we protected our party brand a bit more ~ this last year we had 16 known candidates for the nomination, and only 3 of them had been lifelong Conservative Republicans ~ the best kind BTW.
We should have controlled entry so that candidates who'd been Democrats, or Libertarians, or who'd accepted appointments from Democrats, or who were lead campaign folks for Democrats, or who made donations to Democrats, were FORCED to come across with some exculpatory representations, or stay out of our party and stick with their own kind!
http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1009/28942.html ~ this piece, full of Steele quotes on the matter, suggests your memory is faulty ~ so unless you’ve got something more, accept the fact that you were wrong about scuzzyfuzzy’s popularity with Steele ~ Think about it we want to FLENZE Preibus for, among other things, turning on Akin, the Republican candidate for Senate in Missouri ~ and somebody still has a grievance about the previous RNC Chairman who backed having a Republican win the office ~ according to this article either scuzzyfuzzy or Hoffman ~ because, as it turned out, there was this Democrat running and all of us wanted to beat him didn’t we ~ or did we? So many questions; so little time.
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