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Sunday, March 15, 2009

I Was So Very, Very Wrong

A while back, I said that I thought that then President George W. Bush made a terrible mistake when he passed over Michael Steele for the chairmanship of the RNC. While I still think that there just isn't any good reason for Mel Martinez, in general, I was clearly wrong in thinking that Steele would be anything other than a disaster.

I cannot apologize enough for having ever suggested that Steele had a spine or any sort of delaying mechanism between his brain and his mouth. It is clear that the most dangerous place in America is between Michael Steele and a live camera feed that he can embarrass himself on.

Right now the only thing keeping him in a job in the hope that the GOP might eke out a narrow win in the 20th Congressional District of New York and the face that the second highest vote getter during the RNC election used to belong to a white-only country club.

1 Comments:

At 3/19/2009 09:38:00 AM, Blogger Blair said...

This is how out-of-hand things are getting. A glimpse into the relationship between government and business in the year 2009:

If your company is a failure, but in the financial or insurance sector, the government is waiting to prop you up with billions of dollars in taxpayer money.
http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/articles/djf500/200903161718DOWJONESDJONLINE000529_FORTUNE5.htm

If your company is successful, but selling a popular product and creating jobs, the government is going to come down hard and tax the bejeezus out of you.
http://www2.tbo.com/content/2009/mar/18/na-crists-tax-plan-doesnt-hold-water/

Gotta love it when government begins distributing the wealth.

BP

 

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