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By Carole on Aug 19, 2010
In the latest chapter of the 'Did the Obama Administration Try To Bribe Joe Sestak?' story, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele has called on the Justice Department to investigate. In a letter to the Attorney General, Mr. Steele calls for an immediate investigation so that voters "can have full confidence that our elections are not tampered with and that those in the highest positions of power do not for political purposes abuse the office with which they are entrusted."
By Carole on Aug 6, 2010
Proving once again that our official "expecters" don't have a clue, today's eagerly anticipated Labor Department reports showed the unemployment rate still at a devastating 9.5%. As if that weren't enough bad news, the economy shed more jobs than expected in July - 131,000.
By Carole on Jul 3, 2010
With just four months before the mid-term elections, there are few foreseeable mistakes that could derail the expected Republican resurgence. RNC Chairman Michael Steele is one of them. Proving that yet again - Mr. Steele's latest captured-on-video comments about the war in Afghanistan.
By Carole on Jun 22, 2010
The Republican National Committee just launched a new web video designed quite effectively to look like a television network promo and designed even more effectively to illustrate how President Barack Obama's administration has fallen very short of his lofty campaign promises. Titled Obama's Chicago Network, the video previews the summer lineup of "shows" including Dancing With The Law, The Colorado Hills, Job Or No Job and I'm A Politician Get Me Out Of Here. And just before you fool yourself into thinking it's all just a silly joke, the tagline reminds us all "It's not TV, it's reality."
By Carole on Apr 5, 2010
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele is proving once again that he is not the right man for his job. While the latest controversy over inappropriate spending at a strip club will probably fade quickly, Mr. Steele's choice to play the race card in an interview about his own job performance shows he is either completely out of touch with his party or he is reverting to typical politician behavior when cornered. Either way, the GOP deserves better.