Skip to comments.Steele out, Priebus in. Buh bye RINO!
Posted on 01/14/2011 2:46:40 PM PST by donjuanluis07
Mike Steele, the troubled RNC chair, stepped down from the RNC in the fourth round of the voting on Friday. Reince Priebus won the RNC chairmanship in the seventh round after being the leader all day.
Both [TheHill.com] and [Washingtontimes.com] have the details. Check out our previous post on RINO Steele. Check back for more blog update coverage.
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One RINO replaced by another RINO???
Reince Priebus! what is the 10-4 on Preibus?
>>>One RINO replaced by another RINO???
based on what evidence??
Steele did make a very graceful, conservative, emotional speech on his way out. Just watched it on CSPAN. I wish Mr. Priebus all the very best. Wash-out ALL RINOs.
Will the guy run up the debt on our FUND-RAISING arm? Will he put TWO strip clubs on the credit card? Will he try to circumvent campaign law, and possibly put the himself and the party in a Congressional investigation?
So is it “i” before “e” except after “r” unless it’s after “pr” then?
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New RINO, same as the old RINO
He’s Haley Barbour’s boy.
Haley just got a leg up on the presidential race...I don’t know how much it will help him.
Prius won! Great Another ultraliberal RINO who supports socialism!
So, you’ll blame him for the actions of his employer?
Are you responsible for the actions of your employer?
Steele may not have been a bad guy, but he had no fire in his belly. I hope his replacement (whom I’ve never heard of until right now) has a little more. Make that a lot more.
our side won a huge victory... so we fired all our people ...
their side had a huge loss and rehired their leaders...
did I miss something?
Not one penny from me until they start electing the right people. I am really tired of them being on the wrong side of the fence.
Take a closer look. A lot of the RINOS are still there.
Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP
Reince Priebus talks with members during the Republican
National Committee meeting on Friday in Oxon Hill, Md.
Priebus was selected as RNC chairman after seven rounds
Updated at 5:23 pm Wisconsin's Reince Priebus was elected RNC chair with 97 votes.
His victory came after seven rounds of voting and plenty of wrangling behind the scenes. Priebus, chair of the Wisconsin Republican Party, is a staunch conservative who's regarded as a rising star in the party
If Priebus raises some money, and keeps the RNC out primary races, it's really all you can expect.
Steele or Cino would have been worse.
Never heard the name Reince in my life. What mother calls her son Reince?
Sure we will hear more.