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The Truth about Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele

Saturday, February 7, 2009

After observing closely to two videos presented side by side, between President Obama and former Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, the newly appointed Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele, I felt that it is fitting at this time to better inform my readers as to what really makes Michael Steele tick.

First, he magnifies the same old Republican position of doing nothing for the people. He truly believes that people need to fend for themselves. He represents the Conservative Party to a tee.

Let's now look at some of the issues and highlight how Steele thinks, and how opposite his thinking is compared to President Obama.....

1st - Stem Cell Research - Opposes embryonic stem cells research and compares it to the Holocast in 2006. He doesn't want change from Bush policies.

2nd - Economic Stimulus - He believes the people do not need help. In his thinking, people need to fend for themselves, without government help. He believes that small business need to police themselves and do what they need to do to survive. (If that were true, then why are so many small businesses going under - which means loss of jobs?) He wants no change.

3rd - Immigration - He doesn't want any change from policies of prior President Bush. He thinks government has the border problems controlled. Therefore, he wants no change.

4th - Abortion - He is totally anti-choice. He believes that a woman does not have the right to abort once becoming pregnant. Anti-choice people believe that abortion is murder. Maybe he needs to read the fourteenth amendment along with Roe vs. Wade as the decision overturned all state and federal laws outlawing or restricting abortion that were inconsistent with its holdings. Roe v. Wade is one of the most controversial and politically significant cases in U.S. Supreme Court history.

Roe v. Wade is the historic Supreme Court decision overturning a Texas interpretation of abortion law and making abortion legal in the United States. The Roe v. Wade decision held that a woman, with her doctor, could choose abortion in earlier months of pregnancy without restriction, and with restrictions in later months, based on the right to privacy.

5th - Federal Gay Marriage Amendment - during his entire career, he opposed a federal government amendment banning gay marriage, but he switched upon taking office. He now supports the amendment. He wanted change before, but doesn't want change now. Woops... he didn't think I'd catch that one...

6th - Gun Control - He doesn't like gun laws.. He may have been in the crowd to buy guns before President Obama went into office. He wants no change.

7th - Energy - He wants to repeal the 18 cent federal gas tax. How much do you thing that would save Americans.. How about a $1.50. Now is that real change. He wants none.

The decision by the Republican party to have this man represent their views further magnafies the fact that the Republican party is so 'out of tune' with the problems of the American people in this day and time. But, all people have 'the freedom of speech'. What you will hear consistantly from the other side, (the righties), is that they will refuse to admit that the Republican thinking is not working, or hasn't worked for the last 8 years. They believe that this country is strong.. And if they don't they cannot come up with good answers to help the American people get back on their feet. The only answer by Republicans, is that 'people can do it for themselves'.


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