This morning, the suit and tie Republican conservative blog, The Daily Caller, strikes another blow at Michael Steele and at the Republican National Committee. (RNC) under his management. The Daily Caller was the blog that broke the RNC sex club scandal, and now it raises the question of criminality at the RNC. In a headline the Daily Caller shouts, "Former RNC official: Steele struck a deal with Michigan GOP to increase fundraising numbers, possibly to circumvent federal funding limits." (!)
Coburn, according to CNN, was quoted as saying, in reference to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, "Come on now, she is a nice - how many of you all have met her? She is a nice person. Let me give you a little lesson here, I hope you will listen to me. Just because somebody disagrees with you doesn't mean they aren't a good person."
There may not be any more hypocrisy than many reports coming out about the Tea Party. The Tea Party, a group of individuals running around the country claiming this and that, have hammered the point at every stop about being fiscally conservative. That is all fine and well, but they aren't practicing what they preach.
The group, however, has reportedly paid Sarah Palin $100,000 for her bumper sticker filled speech, and paid $18,000 for a private jet for the prolific speaker. Is this fiscally conservative? Please, do not go around the country telling people about wasting money, and then pay a political cheerleader that outlandish amount of money to speak. It defies all logic, and sits in all that is hypocritical.
My favorite Republican National Committee Chairman ever, Mr. Michael Steele, Esquire, said he won't resign, won't step down, folks can call for him to do so, but he understands "that he and other African-American leaders such as President Obama have a slimmer margin of error because of their race." The squire tosses the race card on the table.
In 2006 they protested at the funeral of Lance Corporal Matt Synder's funeral, with sign's that CNN reports said, "You're going to hell," "God hates you" and "Thank God for dead soldiers." Synder's family then filed a lawsuit for the alleging privacy invasion, intentional infliction of emotional distress and civil conspiracy. The family won the case, but recently it was appealed by a higher court, and the deceased soldier's family was ordered to pay the group of protesters $16,000 in court fees.
From antibiotics to crammed factory farming in the grossest conditions imaginable, our food’s journey to our tables is nothing short of vomit-inducing. In fact, most people (myself included) are either turned off meat forever or temporarily after witnessing footage from the meat industry—or even simply a movie like Fast Food Nation. We know what we eat is pretty damn disgusting, but given the choice to eat or not eat, we eat, don’t we? And given the choice to eat cheaply or to eat expensively, well, most of us opt for cheap out of necessity.
Give the RNC no money? What is he trying to do? Shrimp of life style of the Chairman and staff of the RNC?.
From ABC News: "The Republican National Committee inadvertently distributed fundraising mail earlier this month with a return number that leads to a phone-sex line offering to connect callers with "hot horny girls ... students, housewives, and working girls from all over the country We love nasty talk as much as you do," a woman's voice says on the sex-line's audio recording. The mail piece was produced by Burch Munford Direct, a direct-mail firm frequently used by the RNC, the committee's communications director, Doug Heye, said. The firm "will not be used for the foreseeable future," he said. The mix-up occurred when the direct-mail firm replaced the RNC's "202" area code with an "800" area code, Heye said."