Breakfast with RNC Chairman Michael Steele is very encouraging!

Hi Everyone,

Just got back from the breakfast with Michael Steele in Macomb County and I have to say...I think he gets it! He seems to understand that they lost in 2006 and 2008 because they did not stick to the conservative principles they ran on. He understands that the Republican Party needs to embrace limited taxation and limited government and not try to be the moderate party that supposedly makes everyone happy. He seems to have learned the recent lessons of the last New York and New Jersey elections. I have to say that I am quite optimistic that their platform will go back to being the platform of conservative principles!

Angie

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Comment by Deb O'Hagan on November 13, 2009 at 3:30pm
Michael Steele also recognized and addressed the high school republican groups in attendance! He told them not to wait until someone said it was okay to act. Take action and be leaders! He told the rest of us to guide them but get out of their way! Michael Steele also spoke of nameless leaders among us, those without a title or name recognition yet lead people in the right direction. Sharon and Maribeth came immediately to mind. Without them and many others we wouldn't have RWU and I will be forever grateful! thank you :-)
Comment by Sharon Lollio on November 13, 2009 at 2:53pm
Good post Angie and good take on Chairman Steele's message. I hope it was the true and heartfelt direction he plans on taking this party. I liked his comment that if you are a liberal - there's the door. He compared it to going over to someones house for dinner and not liking what's being served. Well, we're not going to cook you something else to eat! You don't like what we're serving go someplace else. I hope we can interpet that to mean we are going to Ronald Reagan's house for dinner and not Dee Dee Scozzafava's.

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