Monday, April 5, 2010

GOP Leader Michael Steele has Something in Common with Obama-HE'S BLACK

GOP party boss Michael Steele said Monday he and President Obama share the same burden - they both get held to a tougher standard because they're black.
"The honest answer is, yes," Steele said on Good Morning America. "Barack Obama has a slimmer margin. A lot of folks do." That, said Steele, is "just the reality of it."

Of course it is. The GOP has people like Sarah Palin, Michael Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and Ex-Vice President Cheney constantly pointing fingers at The Democratic Party and President Obama directly and sometimes its with hateful words. These same attackers are not leaders in their own party, but are seen as leaders by the media. Not a name I just mentioned is/was a strong leader and all of the names I just mentioned believe that they are a better for their party than Michael Steele questioning Steele’s leadership.

Now the GOP is going after Michael Steele about lavish spending of the Republican National Party and two sex-themed incidents that rocked the RNP last week. But the real issue here is the GOP took a hit with the  Health Care Bill. The GOP was wasting tax payers’ money campaigning against the Health Care Bill instead of working on the problem. GOP members were laying in the cut, hoping the HCB would fail, so the GOP can run a ‘Fail Promise’ campaign against Obama and the Democratic Party in the upcoming elections.

Your team lost. Look at your teammates Steele. Did you really think you can win over America with a starting five of Palin, Beck, Limbaugh, Cheney, and yourself? Did you really think your TEAMmates had your back? Honestly, that looks like a team that is not going to work together. That is a team of egos, hatred at times, and if anyone on this team was the United States Commander-in-Cheif we would be in worse shape as a nation. Our nation is slowly raising the bar with our race relations with Obama being president.

This isn’t the first time Steele brought up the race issue. In February, he drew some GOP hackles when he suggested in an interview with the Washingtonian magazine that some of the criticism he was getting was motivated by racism.

And last May, Steele was guess hosting Bill Bennett's radio show when he declared that Obama got a pass from the media during the Democratic primary because "the press fell in love with the black man running for the office."

Steele in this country, RACE MATTERS.
Newsflash Republicans, Steele is not your party’s problem. It’s bigger than that.

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