Mr. Steele starting off with a Bang.
Yesterday, the new Chairman of the Republican National Committee, former MD Lt. Governor Michael Steele, ordered a slew of top staffers and many of the folks working in the Political and Communications department to submit their resignations, most effective February 15th. Per The Hill; Top staffers at the Republican National Committee were told to submit their resignations today, with some being told they will not | Read More »
For RNC Chairman: Newt Gingrich.
A few weeks ago, Jon Henke at The Next Right brought up the idea of installing Mitt Romney in the Chairman’s chair at the Republican National Committee. I think it’s a worthy idea for consideration, not just because I supported Mitt for the nomination way back when (I love Palin, but I still believe the better ticket would have been Mitt Romney/Peter Pace), but because | Read More »
McCain Now Has To Follow Through …
So McCain has finally(!) seen the light on letting Obama and the Democrats off the hook for their enabling of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. I sincerely hope he fired whoever it was that told him it was a good idea to cower behind “Bipartisanship” and hope the issue goes away (sure does sound familiar, don’t it?). The only issue now is whether he would | Read More »
Palin’s Performance: Exceeded Expectations (By Quite A Bit) … But She Didn’t “Win”
I’m a tough grader. Palin did not win. But she certainly did not lose. I’ll be honest; I don’t believe Palin “mopped the floor” with Biden (who I actually think came off rather well) at all. What I do think is that she did good given that she was not as regularly opportuned with the last word as her opponent was. And personally I would | Read More »
Scorched Earth partisanship is the best way to pass the Bailout Bill
We have Democrats on record defending Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, some are even on YouTube. We have facts and figures on our side while the worst the Left can level is that Rick Davis’ firm had Fannie Mae for a client when he was no longer there. We have news articles dating from as far back as 1999 warning about the crisis that could | Read More »