Skip to comments.We must have Michael Steele at the RNC!
Posted on 01/12/2009 8:06:34 AM PST by thinkingIsPresuppositional
Here are a couple of reasons why throwing your support behind Micahel Steele is FAR more important than wasting another moment explaining why Chip Saltsman didn't "do anything wrong."
Someone who wants to restrict our right to keep and bear arms is not merely to be disagreed with. It is an outright abandonment of the Constitution that I swore to uphold and defend. Michael Steele is a usurper of our freedoms. Screw him and his ilk.
I am an absolutist in regards the Constitution.
I sat for dinner with him about 6, or 8 years ago, and I consdered him to be quite lukewarm. I don’t believe he is a strong 2nd amendment guy, or strong on moral issues, but I could be wrong. I just remember not being thrilled.
I agree. The problem is that it’s the left which defines what a morderate is. A moderate is radical-lite. Average Americans are uninformed and incredulous when they hear the truth. Most people hold conservative values. I mean heck, even BO ran on tax cuts! People crossed their fingers and hoped he could do better on the economy.
I’m not really up to speed about Steele. When Hannity seemed to promote him, I trusted the Han-Man. Silly me.
Hannity also carried water for the Jerkinator.
I know it was a special CA election, but McClintock later claimed that there was a point in which he was closing in on the Jerkinator very quickly. If Hannity had given McClintock as much time as he did Ah’nuld at that point, then CA could be a red state now.
[For those wondering what I’m up to these days, I won’t be posting much for a while. I left some details in my profile. God bless everyone for fighting the good fight!]
That kills the deal for me. We don’t need more anti’s on our side.
Bump! Bump! Bump!
BTT and reread #13
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