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Dustin Ingalls

I think DBL is pretty much spot-on. As a Democrat, I welcome Sarah Palin being elevated to anything official--RNC Chair, presidential nominee, etc. I just salivate at that field-day.

The Interesting Times

Personally I dont think Palin would be interested in the job. In my opinion it seems more like shes trying to position herself as the new William F. Buckley, Jr.

DBL

The RNC chair isnt the leader of the Republican party, but the leader of the Republican National Committee. The RNC not only doesnt set policy. Policy isnt even considered. The party chairman has two jobs, raising money and getting Republicans elected. It is not to appear on talk shows, say controversial things, and be the face of the party.Tim Kaine understands this. Hes largely unknown and doesnt say controversial things. Thats what you want in a party chair. Sarah Palin could do a good job of raising money and contrary to Elenas assertion she could be at least as effective in getting candidates elected as Barack Obama will be this fall. She can get out the Republican vote, just as he can get the Democratic vote out, and her unpopularity can be minimized by the events she holds.Sarah Palin has, however, created a Sarah Palin brand. She isnt going to suppress that for the partys brand. Republicans think Michael Steele talks too much and shell be even more controversial.She can be a GOP asset, but not as the RNC chair.

Anonymous

He is supposed to be a leader of the Republican Party yet he cannot even get his words to align with the partys views. While he is certainly entertaining, he is failing to raise the needed funds or provide strategic guidance the way that Dean did for the Dems in 2010. He needs to step down...but he wont. He is too busy fighting for his job, and he just kicked off his speaking tour – the 2 Legit 2 Quit tour, to be exact. VERY FUNNY....read about it here:http://www.dailygoat.com/2010/07/michael-steele-fights-rnc-chairman-job-kicks-2-legit-2-quit-tour/

charlie krakau

steele and palin are nut jobs and dont reflect well on our party growth. nut jobs dont set well with independents

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