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November 30, 2010


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When was the last time hes said something dumb? The momentum isnt there. Besides, hes got a supporter in Palin, and not even half want him out.

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From my political conversations with conservatives, it seems that the general feeling among conservatives is that the Republicans did well this year in spite of, not because of, Steeles leadership.


Count me as someone who supported Steele last year and who now wants him ousted. I think, more than anything, his Honest Injun comment finally drove it home for me. Way to be unnecessarily racially insensitive when one of the great benefits of your candidacy was demonstrating that the GOP was colorblind when it came to race.


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