Let's give credit where credit is due.This is a referendum by the American people against the Obama administration and the radical agenda of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid.
Dear,I am writing today with an important piece of frontier wisdom:
Keep your powder dry!
To you as an RNC member that translates "Make no commitment or promises to any candidate for RNC Chairman to quickly."
The day after tomorrow is the day that you as a member must begin to focus on the question, "Who has the right stuff to lead the Republican party in the 2012 election cycle?"
1) The GOP has experienced some upheavel as the Tea Party movement has challenged the party establishment; therefore, the next leader must consider the implications of a solid presence that refuses to accept the status quo and prepare to work with them to build towards 2012.
2) As a member of the RNC you have a moral responsibility to the people of your state and country as one of only 168 electors, to select the best person to lead our party in the 2012 election cycle.
3) In the wake of an historic election, when the votes are counted many will be jockeying for position to take credit for the victories. Let's give credit where credit is due.This is a referendum by the American people against the Obama administration and the radical agenda of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid.
4) Is the Republican National Committee influence being diminished to third party groups? Is the role of the RNC changing? It will take strong leadership to address this very important question.
America is alive and well because of the resurgence of energy in the election process.
2012 will be a tremendous opportunity if the RNC is poised to take advantage!
There is no hurry in making a committment! It is critical to elect the right person!
Another couple interesting reads.
Not So Fast, Michael Steele
A candidate for RNC chairman emails members that Americans--not just Steele--are to thank for the GOP's gains