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May 11, 2009

RINO Michael Steele Responds To Obama's Speech

RNC Chair Michael Steele responds to Barack Obama's joking at last night's White House Correspondents Dinner. Obama mocked Steele for his "urban" slang and Steel responds.

What Obama said about Michael Steele:

Obama Screams "Wazzup" To RNC Chairman Michael Steele!


And Michael Steele responds when asked about this happening:



Wild Thing's comment........

I am convinced Steele is riding two horses. I’m tired of these RINO’s. too much of a jack-ass to be head of the GOP.

Michael needs to go, he is not only a RINO, but he does not have the makeup to be a leader. He is far too anxious to be liked by Obama.

Three times I have listened to when he did Bill Bennet's radio show on a Friday and all three times he said " Obama is a good man and a man of honor." Word for word and there is no way Obama is either of those two things.

If the GOP wants to win again, wants to be back in power, then the first step is to have Michael step down.

Posted by Wild Thing at May 11, 2009 05:50 AM


I agree Chrissie...he's gotta go...had that been me...I would have excussed myself and left...I like a good joke but "wanting kidneys to fail" and "should have pulled out sooner" is to much for me.

Posted by: James M at May 11, 2009 06:21 AM

Why is Michael Steele at all of these democrat functions. Since when is an invitation extended to the GOP chair ?

I'm waiting to see what Rush has to say about Wanda Sykes comments too. Hopefully Rush will stomp her like the cockroach she is.

Steele is friendly with the enemy. He has our playbook. It time he made the split complete and joined the Soutpiel Puppet along with that anal clown, Colon Powell.

Posted by: Mark at May 11, 2009 08:00 AM

Michael Steele is just another Rino argument for the need of a third party, a Conservative party.

Posted by: TomR at May 11, 2009 11:47 AM

I reckon the GOP still doesn't want the conservative vote preferring to heal that rift that separated the party of Lincoln by unofficially rejoining the Democrat-Republicans. They have abandoned the admired qualities of the GOP, strongly anti-Communist, the willingness to intervene in foreign disputes and economic policies that effectively rendered null the remnants of the FDR New Deal. The Reagan administration was committed to opposing what they perceived as overly liberal steps taken by the courts in the direction of abortion, civil rights, and school prayer. Everything the RINO's support. Gingrich and both Bush presidencies have left us betrayed and broken. Step down Steele or totally destroy the GOP, I'll not support you or any RINO in favor of a third party candidate!!!

Posted by: Jack at May 11, 2009 02:31 PM

The GOP has a split personality going back almost to the begining. On one side are the principled party members. These started out with Lincoln in the Radical Republican party. Now called the conservatives, who knew? The other side joined in the long period after the civil war because the Republicans were the wining party. Now called the Country Club Republicans or Rinos they joined for special interest lobbing purposes.
The party split became visible in the Taft administration with the Taft (Country Clubers) catering to the large press barons, introduciing the income tax and half of a dozen thing wanted by the big business lobby. Teddy Roosevelt responded by creating a third party and running against his former Vice-President at the head of the Bullmoose Party. This resulted it the very first Liberal President, Woodrow Wilson and the country has been suffering ever since. Let us keep in mind that most of the time backing for a third party campaign is from outside the party.
We need to build the future Pat Thoomes at the grassroots first.

Posted by: Avitar at May 11, 2009 06:12 PM