Yes Michael, It Is Obama’s War.
But first… Michael Steele. Those who read this column regularly will know that I have had some reservations about Michael Steele’s leadership of the RNC. These misgivings had more to do with what I perceived to be a lack of leadership qualities on his part, rather than some of the other criticisms that were cast about out there. Lately, it seems that he can’t open | Read More »
OFA today launches I-pad/I-phone app
At the risk of being a pest and harping on the same subject, so be it. But I can’t get across enough to everyone what a peril the OFA has become. A couple of weeks ago I and Anita Moncrief got some major traction out of a series of posts we did on the subject. Mine was The OFA Peril-Ignore at our own risk. And | Read More »
Two of the greatest gifts to the Republican Party!
Barack Obama and Sarah Palin! Before you go into orbit and think that I’ve lost my mind, please bare with me and allow me to explain… Our Great Nation had been at-war for almost eight years, fighting enemies on two fronts, in far away lands. The Liberals in Washington had spent that entire time Bush-Bashing, demeaning our Military, and the MSM had been on an unrelenting | Read More »
Warning For The GOP From The Democrat’s Win In PA-12?
As the 2010 election cycle has been unfolding, it’s been obvious that this could be an historic year for Republican gains. No doubt, the driving force behind this has been the anti-Washington D.C. temperament that’s been developing among voters since the 2008 elections. Early indicators in this regard were last year’s Republican wins of the gubernatorial races in Virginia and in New Jersey. Of course, | Read More »
Why would a guy running for Senate with an R after his name donate to a Socialist?…
There is a Senate race going on in Wisconsin and as is usually the case there are multiple candidates and as Conservatives it behooves US to check out those running. It is not enough any more to take a person at their word because the Socialist in the White House told the American people he and the Democrats in the Congress were going to stop | Read More »
RNC Budget Cutting Could Hinder November Gains
As the nation’s chief Republican organization, the mission of the Republican National Committee (RNC) is to raise money for candidates and committees, disseminate the party’s message to a broad swath of constituents and to mobilize as many voters as possible to the ballot box. Given the heightened importance of 2010, with the short-term opportunity to shift the balance of power in Congress for the next | Read More »
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Keep Your Eyes on the Megaphone
On March 14, 2010, a Wal-Mart customer used the corporation’s paging system and—with an air of formality—politely asked all blacks to leave the premises. This set off a firestorm of criticism for the retailer, and even led to arrests. As a former employer of Wal-Mart, I have always been amused by the accessibility of the paging system. The system is ubiquitous, as the paging phones | Read More »
Why does Michael Steele still have his job?
Why do we need enemies when we have friends like these? Speaking to 200 DePaul University students on Tuesday, Steele basically stated that there is no reason for blacks to vote for the Republican party. "You really don’t have a reason to, to be honest — we haven’t done a very good job of really giving you one. True? True." For this, he was chosen | Read More »
If You Give Money to the Republican Party, You Subsidize Al Sharpton (Updated and Bumped)
I don’t have a problem with Michael Steele speaking to Al Sharpton’s National Action Network. The Chairman of the Party must sometimes go where they normally dare not tread. I have a huge problem using RNC donor money to subsidize the National Action Network. This is a flat out misappropriation of funds — a gross misappropriation of funds. One wonders the reaction if donors were | Read More »
SRLC: New Orleans and the Road to Victory
The theme of the Southern Republican Leadership Conference (SRLC) was “The road to victory begins in New Orleans.” Considering the history of the city, it’s oddly fitting for New Orleans to host SRLC. After Katrina, the Left and its media allies used the hurricane to paint the Republicans as incompetent, uncaring racists and the Republicans were too afraid to put the bulk of the blame | Read More »
An American Armada
I read an article by Malcolm Gladwell, “How David Beats Goliath: When Underdogs Break the Rules,” some months ago and have been thinking about it ever since. In it, Gladwell highlights an analysis of when Davids took on Goliaths in history. The Goliaths, the ones ten-times stronger in the fight, won the encounters over 70% of the time. But in instances when the Davids broke | Read More »
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Party Of Delusion, Not Inclusion – Intellectual Bankruptcy.
There’s a lot going on over in the Congress, and not much of it is good news for the DeMarxists and the Obama regime’s headlong rush to destroy this country using the economy. It seems that resistance to the administration’s policies is reaching new heights. Many Democrat lawmakers from both Houses are looking at the calendar, and then for which of the bright, young and | Read More »
Michael Steele Must Be Removed – Now
Unfortunately, this latest news from the RNC is really just the icing on the cake of ‘a long train of abuses and usurpations’ by Steele and the RNC and only goes to show that Michael Steele has no business leading Republicans into the most critically important midterm elections in recent American history. He sucks at his job, and he needs to go-NOW: Neil S. Alpert, | Read More »
Obama – Seventeen Minute Rambling Diatribe To Answer Tax Question.
It sounded like a 3000 page reply to a simple question from a ‘worker’, you remember that word… it’s a favorite of the left. If this was a set-up it was a good one. The question was bluntly placed and Obama launched into a seventeen minute ramble that somnolized everyone in hearing range. Sounding like a caricature of his campaign, he went right into his | Read More »
Reviewing the December Fundraising Numbers.
It’s that time again. Short version: RNC above DNC, DNC took a big cash on hand hit, NRSC over DSCC in the biggest shocker, NRCC/DCCC more or less the same, DCCC has a big CoH advantage, and blessed if I know how much any of this means, post-Citizens’ United and post-Brown. Raised CoH Debts RNC 6.84 8.42 0.00 DNC 4.54 8.67 4.69 NRSC 4.10 8.30 | Read More »