Michael Steele Tells GOP He Refuses To Stop Embarrassing Them Because Of Something About 'The Streets'
Oh shit, yo! You know who simply did not care for Michael Steele's"seniors' bill of rights"? Well, yes, of course: seniors. But also Republicans, who had to call a Secret Republican Meeting for purposes of going around the room, counter-clockwise, and everyone saying one thing they hate most about Michael Steele. The most popular answer: any time he involves himself in policy, in any way. Upon hearing this, Steele responded with his famed composure: "And at one point, Steele, a Washington native, said that his upbringing in the 'streets' made him a fighter and that he was determined to continue fighting and aggressively defending the party."
John Boehner, John Kyl, and Lamar Alexander and some other haters cornered Michael Steele in a proverbial rainy, menacing-looking alley—an alley on one of the streets, somewhere!
The plea was made during what was supposed to be a routine discussion about polling matters and other priorities in House Minority Leader John Boehner’s office. But the session devolved into a heated discussion about the roles of congressional leadership and Steele, according to multiple people familiar with the meeting. [...]
Elected Republicans urged Steele to focus on the governors’ races in New Jersey and Virginia and other political matters, such as fundraising, rather than on attempting to establish party policy. [...]
The RNC, according to one source, was planning to roll out more policy initiatives.
Policy initiatives do not just "roll out," as it were. They are rolled out by HIP HOP ITSELF. What does everyone want Michael Steele to do, un-grow up in hip hop??