and her friends
You forgot one key logo - a black dude crying in the corner because his racial paranoia has convinced him that people are judging him harshly due to his skin color.What a ^#&*(@ing clown. Shut up and get out, Steele.By the way, have you seen the number of big donors and big GOP organizers who are bailing out? Thank God. Hopefully this and the Tea Party will spell the end of central command of political parties.
Here's one I didn't know: "the DNC has spent lavishly on parties, travel, hotels and limos -- including $6,000 at a D.C. club with stripper poles and go-go dancers."Like I said, I hope the Internet and blogs and the Tea Party puts an end to central command of political parties. That link as has the context for Michael Steele whining about racism.
You can add Clarence Thomas to the list. Since he feels he was the victim of a high-tech lynching.
I deleted that comment because I thought it too confrontational and pointlessly antagonistic. Instead, let me ask this:What's the point here? What's the plan and the end goal? It seems to me like these blanket accusations of "Racism!" are like firing shotgun pellets into a crowd."Good job, Joe! You got the one you were aiming for! And the 37 around him, too. Say, they look pretty pissed!"The polling data seems to indicate the whole idea is backfiring badly. And why shouldn't it? My friends, Dean and B-Daddy, are both big time Tea Party members and they are not at all pleased with the accusations. They've been involved from the beginning and have seen zero evidence of racism.If there's a plan for success here from people like Michael Steele, I'd like to see it. It's a mystery to me. In the meantime, I'm not donating a penny to any organization Steele manages. The guy is an idiot as far as I'm concerned.
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