Monday, February 2, 2009

Steele and the dreaded M-word

My latest at Pajamas Media:
You knew the contest to become chairman of the Republican National Committee was getting ugly when they started throwing around nasty slurs like "moderate."
Michael Steele got tagged with the dreaded M-word as part of a vicious guilt-by-association smear. He sustained more damage from his acquaintance with RINOs like Christie Todd Whitman than Barack Obama suffered for hanging out with unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers.
After Steele survived a bruising six-ballot battle Friday for the GOP chairmanship, Liz Sidoti of the Associated Press made sure to cast the election in ideological terms, dubbing the former Maryland lieutenant governor "the most moderate candidate in the field."
In truth, Steele is a committed pro-life Catholic who proudly calls himself a "Reagan Republican," and ideological differences had relatively little impact on the RNC's choice. . . .
You should read the whole thing.

1 comment:

  1. As a fellow Roman Catholic, who actually attempts to adhere to the Magisterium, I am so excited about the Steele pick.

    On top of everything he is dynamic, articulate and will not cede ground to the Left.

    We can just continue to cede certain states, with certain concomitant demographics in the country...

    If we can at least go on the offensive in certain blue states, and make the Dems work for those that will free up more Rep resources for battleground areas!

    I used to love when he filled in for Hannity, LOL..."Alan I am your worse nightmare"