The Man of Steele

posted at 7:07 am on November 3, 2006 by Bryan

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Masa Turner,sir, they are leaving your Plantation and the makes you sick!

seejanemom on November 3, 2006 at 7:10 AM

Almost makes me wish I lived in Maryland so I could vote for Steele.

E L Frederick on November 3, 2006 at 7:21 AM

Awesome interview, Michelle!
I’m excited and proud to say that I gave some $$ to Steele’s campaign, because I can’t vote for him down here in Texas!

Onward to victory, my brother Michael–you’ve got the power!

(BTW, that Esquire Magazine comment about Steele, Swan and Blackwell being the “lawn jockeys” of the GOP has got to be the Libs’ worst one yet. Slime. They’re what we call “white trash” even though they may live in a million-dollar Park Avenue trailer!)

Jen the Neocon on November 3, 2006 at 7:35 AM

Almost makes me wish I lived in Maryland so I could vote for Steele.

If you hurry, and grab your “Hillary Clinton Carpet Bagger’s Kit”, you can make it to Maryland by the weekend!

seejanemom on November 3, 2006 at 7:36 AM

I have not seen anything like this on the other side, a group of prominent Republicans having a press conference saying that they are voting for a Democratic candidate. The MSM blackout on Steele is one of THE most telling factors in the bias in this election cycle. GO Michael !

bbz123 on November 3, 2006 at 7:38 AM

I knew about the credit report dumpster diving and the sambo thing but… lawn jockeys, WOW. Just WOW!

How many people had to approve that statement for it to be the first line in an article in Esquire? I am now motivated to go down to my local library to actually see it in print.

Mr. Steele is clearly so articulate, so smart. Can you imagine what his friends and family think of that kind of filth! Quick, get me to a DMV in Maryland so I can “motor voter” myself onto his team.

Babs on November 3, 2006 at 7:46 AM

bbz123, there are plenty of Steele signs planted all over my part of Maryland, so about the only place you don’t see his name much is on the MSM.

Retread on November 3, 2006 at 7:49 AM

I had the TV on in the backround the other day, and heard this snappy reparte going on between (apparently) candidates for something or another.

Turned out to be Steele handing Cardin his head….lol…AGAIN….

Great sounding candidate. Deserves to win and would if he wasn’t a drive-by media victim. Hope he pulls this off.

Left_Behind on November 3, 2006 at 7:50 AM

The Real Deal vs. and the Empty Suit… Go get ‘em, Mr. Steele!

The Dems are going to be awfully surprised when they realize that African Americans have figured out their game.

Pablo on November 3, 2006 at 7:51 AM

That was awesome, I’m sure the racist democrat bastards are furious their ugly lies and smears are failing to scare great Americans.

JackM on November 3, 2006 at 7:57 AM

The MSM blackout on Steele is one of THE most telling factors in the bias in this election cycle.

For real.

By what journalistic standard – how in hell – is this not newsworthy?

Stephen M on November 3, 2006 at 7:58 AM

“The Dems are going to be awfully surprised when they realize that African Americans have figured out their game.”

Nothing a Lefty hates more than one of their slaves leaving the plantation and refusing to be called “Toby”. If given the chance I’m sure the Left would love to whip him and hang him–they’ve done so verbally. Your typical Leftist racist (redundant I know) thinks all things should be determined by the color of the skin–including thoughts and politics.

Faith1 on November 3, 2006 at 7:58 AM

Steele holds his righteous anger very well; a better man than I would be, given the situation. He truly stands a real chance for opening a constructive dialog within the ethnic communities about their values vs. their politics.

Mind you, don’t think for a minute that Steele won’t buck the GOP leadership a lot if elected and I know I’d disagree with him on a number of issues. But he certainly would be a great addition to the Senate.

Mike O on November 3, 2006 at 8:07 AM

There are Democrats with values that are finally seeing the lies of their party for what they are. This is powerful stuff. As someone who used to vote Democratic, I can relate.

Michelle, that was really good work. When is your show on Fox going to premier? 8-)

Hening on November 3, 2006 at 8:09 AM

I think this guy is going to win. I sure hope so.

The “lawn jockey” line was horrific, and should be a wake-up call to African Americans as to what the Democratic party think (and has ALWAYS thought) of them.

brazilnut on November 3, 2006 at 8:11 AM

This guy just exudes class. The possibility of a paradigmatic (sp?) shift in the african american vote as we begin the run up to ’08 is fascinating.

cms on November 3, 2006 at 8:26 AM

I am sooooo glad that I get to go vote for him on Tuesday! It makes moving to Maryland worth it. Considering that I live in Baltimore City, I feel like this is the only race where my vote might actually count (since it’s statewide, not district).
Ok, question betraying my youth/ignorance: what’s with the lawn jockey thing? Are lawn jockeys sposed to be African American or something? I don’t think anyone has them anymore, so I’ve never seen one.

tikvah on November 3, 2006 at 8:30 AM

tikvah – Lawn jockeys were always black up to about 2 decades ago when people went out and painted their statues white. So, to call an African-American a lawn jockey is a terrible slur.

Babs on November 3, 2006 at 8:42 AM

If you hurry, and grab your “Hillary Clinton Carpet Bagger’s Kit”, you can make it to Maryland by the weekend!

seejanemom on November 3, 2006 at 7:36 AM

Nah, said almost. I’m enjoying it down here in the south.

E L Frederick on November 3, 2006 at 8:51 AM

I REALLY want this guy to win. I am praying that God will bring him forth into leadership, that he will come to power for such a time as this.

debi118 on November 3, 2006 at 9:10 AM

I have to say that this race is the one I will be watching the most. I want Steele to win so badly! Not only for the obvious reasons, but because they thought he didn’t have a chance at the beginning and he is just so intelligent.

I want this to be a slap in the face to the Democrats who take the black vote for granted and I want this to send a message to the black community that we open our tent and and our arms to them. There are more issues we agree on than we don’t. Lower taxes, great economy, and social issues are color blind. The Democrats have used you for too long. It’s time for CHANGE.

Rightwingsparkle on November 3, 2006 at 9:18 AM

It really is an awesome thing to see these minorities that have been lied to by the Democrats for so many years finally coming around to see how they are being treated. A win by Steele would be huge for conservatives and hopefully would start a major change in the voting habits of the black community.

I also look forward to the change in approach that more black leaders would give to the Republican party. For far too long Democrats were just given the black vote because Republicans never tried to get it. Now all of that can change.

Benaiah on November 3, 2006 at 9:23 AM

Democrats were the party to fight against civil rights legislation. Many more Republicans supported this legislation than Democrats. The Democrats also are the party of KKK alumni Robert Byrd, who has now been a senator for half a century. I’ve always believed that for Christian blacks, the natural fit was the Republican party. Perhaps we’re seeing a monumental shift away from black Democrat support. I hope it’s so, but I’ve been disappointed before.
Go Michael Steele. We’re praying for you.

liberty on November 3, 2006 at 9:24 AM

What softball questions.

Why didn’t she ask Steele, “Why do you make fun of Ben Cardin over and over again both in every debate and public media appearance that you have together?”

Christoph on November 3, 2006 at 9:48 AM

What softball questions.

Why didn’t she ask Steele, “Why do you make fun of Ben Cardin over and over again both in every debate and public media appearance that you have together?”

Christoph on November 3, 2006 at 9:48 AM

From where Steel sits Cardin must look funny. You can’t fool all of the people all of the time.

sonnyspats1 on November 3, 2006 at 9:58 AM

I am sooooo glad that I get to go vote for him on Tuesday! It makes moving to Maryland worth it.

I’m jealous. I have become more and more a fan of him since seeing his ad right here on Hot Air. He seems to have an answer for everything and a charisma that has even attacted all those Dems.

He’s endured all the racist slurs with the utmost of class, practically ignoring them so that they do not get in the way of the real issues. And he’s just… eh, I just really hope he wins. This is definately a David vs. Goliath political story.

Esthier on November 3, 2006 at 10:03 AM

It is great to see the support Mr. Steele is getting from the blacks in Maryland. It is so important the blacks realize they do have a choice, they can vote for the man or woman of their OWN choice, not some party duffis being forced fed to them.

Wade on November 3, 2006 at 10:16 AM

As a former resident of Prince Georges county. I always assumed maryland was beyond repair. I could never quite get the connection of the common sense approach to life all marylanders have and their insistant upholding of leftist ideals. Perhaps this is a tipping point for maryland en route to a common sense approach to politics to match the typical marylanders approach to other areas in their lives.

chow on November 3, 2006 at 10:21 AM

That was my favorite Vent ever. Those comments so frighten Dems and the MSM that most people will never see them in the country, thus again showing the racism of Dems and the MSM by refusing to broadcast the opinions of blacks that don’t agree with their positions. Hopefully, Marylanders have heard the endorsements and will be out in force to vote for Steele.

There was gem after gem in that interview. This is a historic campaign and opportunity.

I have a coworker that lives in DC. She raised three sons by herself and is devoutly religious, patriotic, for school prayer and school choice, and pro-life. She is Democrat and, like other blacks, is realizing that Dems don’t support her values and, in fact, actively counter them.

I wish I lived across the Potomac so I could vote for Steele. My brother and his fiance do and will be voting for
him.

What an awesome, articulate, principled person Michael Steele is! Go Steele!

januarius on November 3, 2006 at 10:25 AM

Damn, that last speaker had an interesting presentation; I’ve never seen anyone switch gears that fast between two languages..he must be something to see when he really gets going.

austinnelly on November 3, 2006 at 10:31 AM

Contrast Steele’s straight talk with what comes out of the mouths of other prominent black leaders – Charlie Rangel, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, et al. No wonder the Left sees him as such a threat to the liberal status quo.

infidel4life on November 3, 2006 at 10:51 AM

That was one of the best interviews I’ve ever witnessed. Michelle, nice grab.

When do we get to see Steele and Obama debate? We always hear about Obama’s “Jesus-like” demeaner, but Steele will take him to task. It’s gonna be nice to have him in the Senate.

Editor on November 3, 2006 at 11:34 AM

Steele’s a class act. Nice interview Michelle.

p0s3r on November 3, 2006 at 11:40 AM

Michelle and Bryan ,
How did you get the bus to wait and block the view of others …so you wouldnt be distracted, or worse, rudely interupted?
Was mikey the pusher around?

shooter on November 3, 2006 at 11:44 AM

Love it when a plan comes together. When Ken Mehlman became head of the RNC, if my memory serves me right, the first place he visited was Prince George’s County. At his side was Michael Steele and the talk was an address to a largely African American crowd asking them to come back to the Republicans. Couple this with faith base initiatives, school choice, Laura Bush’s projects on focusing on inner city boys, Bush’s initiative on helping the children of men and women incarcerated in prison, and many other below the radar screen deeds and policy shifts, the result is the old inner city welfare state run by Democrat machines is being taken apart. Now the public school teachers and social workers involved in this machine, aren’t likely to switch their allegiance anytime soon, but the real people in those communites and importantly the real leaders (clergy, private school teachers, small businessmen and women, etc..) are quite open to the ideas (and money) the Republicans are bringing them. I can’t help recall finding myself on the South Side of Chicago a few decades ago, it was a Sunday, and Jesse Jackson’s caravan sped past me on his way to chuch. The Lincoln limousine Jackson was riding in had flags on the front bumpers, I couldn’t make them out, but it was if I were in some third world banana republic and Jesse was the head of the Junta. And he was. But every year PUSH and HELP and all the other organizations he uses to get rich kept saying to the community we are Pushing we are Helping you. Yet every new year the South Side of Chicage was the same old South Side of Chicago or worse. Finally, and I mean finally!!the Republicans and the local leaders are starting to push back and real help is at last on the way. I wonder if some of Rove’s confidence is in part due to the Steele factor. It isn’t only Maryland where all of this is ignored by the press and the Democrats are terrified. A place like the inner city of St.Louis also has pastors jumping boat and swimming over to the Republicans—might just put Talent over the edge.

itomania on November 3, 2006 at 11:46 AM

I certainly hope Michael Steele wins. He is the better man.

Though in honesty his comment agreeing with “the democratic party cast looking more like 1856 instead of 2006 was disappointing”. Hopefully that is not an indication he favors affirmative action and quotas.

MarkB on November 3, 2006 at 11:52 AM

I will be watching Maryland’s Senate race closely next Tuesday. Go Steele! He is what the whole political system, not just Republicans, need to turn around how Congress works. I wish that all of the Hispanics and other minorities that the Democrats so openly court for their votes, especially out here in California, could see what their party has done to one of their own who has seen through the smokescreen of the Democratic retoric.

ic1redeye on November 3, 2006 at 11:55 AM

I am excited about the prospect of Steele becoming a Senator and traditionally Democratic blacks voting for him. Conservative values such as self-government, family values, and promotions based on merit will do more for impoverished black neighborhoods than any amount of government hand-outs.

JasonG on November 3, 2006 at 12:12 PM

We miss you RIGHTWINGSPARKLE!

seejanemom on November 3, 2006 at 12:16 PM

As sure as the sun rises in the east, I’m voting for the Man of Steele.

I’ve been involved somewhat in the black christian community in Baltimore (not overly so, but I did play hammond in a church for a short time) and I can tell you that they are strong, faithful Christians. Color has divided us for too long.

Go Steele!

RiverCocytus on November 3, 2006 at 12:23 PM

Esquire is a popular read at work… I’ll have to look up that article. Maybe dog-ear that page… For a Monday and Tuesday morning surprise.

RalphyBoy on November 3, 2006 at 12:27 PM

Almost makes me wish I lived in Maryland so I could vote for Steele.

I’m excited and proud to say that I gave some $$ to Steele’s campaign, because I can’t vote for him down here in Texas!

Ditto!

“Rightroots” has an ad about a third of the way down on the left side of the home page. They make it easy to give a small contribution. There is still time to make a difference.

Also if enough of us use the “DIGG” link at the top of this column we can get this vent viewed by a much larger audience

roydee43 on November 3, 2006 at 12:28 PM

I cannot wait to cast my vote for PRESIDENT STEELE

mattshu on November 3, 2006 at 12:29 PM

What a class act. You know, he may be Maryland’s Senator (hopefully!) but the Senate is (or at least should be) more US minded than their particular state minded. It will be such an honor having this man serve us all in the United States Senate.

wytammic on November 3, 2006 at 12:30 PM

Outstanding Vent! Great job on the interview Michelle.

Proudandugly on November 3, 2006 at 12:37 PM

This vent should be shown on Fox News. The interview is done as well or better than the MSM could produce. Bravo Michelle for a great video.

George on November 3, 2006 at 12:39 PM

That a black man that’s as qualified for public office, any public office including the Presidency, as Michael Steele is, is attacked as a slave for being a conservative rather than a liberal is absolutely reprehensible in this day and age.

I hope he wins so BIG on Tuesday and completely wigs out his opponents. Good for his faith-based supporters for standing up for him! Only wish I could vote for him myself.

Maybe another year! May God bless him.

Webutante

Webutante on November 3, 2006 at 12:41 PM

Why didn’t she ask Steele, “Why do you make fun of Ben Cardin over and over again both in every debate and public media appearance that you have together?”

Maybe he isn’t. Maybe Cardin is a walking punchline/empty suit that naything anyone says around him just ends up being funny.

urbancenturion on November 3, 2006 at 12:45 PM

Contrast Steele’s straight talk with what comes out of the mouths of other prominent black leaders – Charlie Rangel, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, et al. No wonder the Left sees him as such a threat to the liberal status quo.

infidel4life on November 3, 2006 at 10:51 AM

Very true. Steele is not part of the liberal machine that insists on keeping minorities down and completely reliant on the government for everything. He is a great example of what anyone can accomplish (with some determination and hard work).

I also wish I lived in Maryland for this election so I could vote him too.

Rick on November 3, 2006 at 12:48 PM

It’s neat you could get that interview, Michelle. Very professional job. I’m sure my arm would have gotten tired, holding that mic, but yours was strong as Steele. I hope he wins and becomes an effective Senator.

Kevin on November 3, 2006 at 1:01 PM

This vent should be shown on Fox News. The interview is done as well or better than the MSM could produce. Bravo Michelle for a great video.

It is not Fox News – but digg does have a lot of viewers.

Go “digg” it before the moonbats “bury” it. I think it only takes 40 or 50 “diggs” to make it one of the top 5 on the home page.

roydee43 on November 3, 2006 at 1:01 PM

Very true. Steele is not part of the liberal machine that insists on keeping minorities down and completely reliant on the government for everything. He is a great example of what anyone can accomplish (with some determination and hard work).

I also wish I lived in Maryland for this election so I could vote him too.

Rick on November 3, 2006 at 12:48 PM

And also, it seems obvious that he doesn’t see himself being held down as a victim of white oppression. This man is going places, IMHO.

infidel4life on November 3, 2006 at 1:09 PM

Steele is a great politician, and a refreshing Republican. I pray that he’s elected over that buffoon, Cardin.

But can we spare a moment to lament the fact that we’ve all been forced leftward into the fever swamp of identity politics? The rhetoric from the PG County community leaders simply assumed that “us” and “we” means black folk. Even the great Michelle Malkin seems to have bought into and accepts this meme.
This country will never get beyond racial division if we continue to just assume that people of a certain color act, think and vote as a monolithic bloc.

Styopka on November 3, 2006 at 1:16 PM

Steele is for Affirmative Action and a few other liberal failed ideas. He’s not the super-conservative in all areas that we’d like him to be—but a huge leap in the right direction for Maryland.

jdpaz on November 3, 2006 at 1:27 PM

I’m jealous. I have become more and more a fan of him since seeing his ad right here on Hot Air. He seems to have an answer for everything and a charisma that has even attacted all those Dems.
Esthier on November 3, 2006 at 10:03 AM

-Aww, I’ll pull the lever for you too Esthier!

tikvah on November 3, 2006 at 1:59 PM

What an AWESOME man! I don’t care what color he is, he is a man of integrity, of values and of principle! I pray that the people of Maryland will finally SEE!! Good Luck Mr Steele and may God Bless you! I do hope we see alot of you in Washington! Our country needs more men like you!

SWEt on November 3, 2006 at 2:02 PM

The MSM blackout on Steele is one of THE most telling factors in the bias in this election cycle.

All the more reason why it needs to be easier to email these videos to my as yet still liberal sister!!!!

Obama for first black president? Hell, I like THIS guy!!! Did anyone else see Stanley Crouch’s column at Townhall? Obama is not “black American,” he’s “African-American.” His mother is white, and his father is Kenyan. As Crouch pointed out, his ancestry has no connection to slavery. [This is the kind of heirarchy of victimology that the libs live by. Apologies to Mr. Crouch who is no liberal.] Contrast this with Mr. Steele’s mother who had to “scrub the floors for many.” (cf. Stevie Wonder) Why hell’s bells! That makes Michael Steele a victim! How dare they impugn him!! The horror! (oh, oops, I forgot, he’s not playing the victim card.) ‘Scuze me, I used to be a liberal. Some habits die hard.

smellthecoffee on November 3, 2006 at 2:21 PM

Excuse me for being shallow. The footage of Michelle standing on tippy-toe to get the microphone near Steele was just too funny. Can someone get her a box to stand on next time?

Michelle is probably taller than me, so I laugh with, not at. Still, it was funny.

I enthusiastically agree with all the previous comments about how this interview should be all over CNN and the rest of the MSM. The endorsement of Steele by a bunch of Democratic black pastors is a watershed event in American politics even if he doesn’t win. Can you imagine the fuss if a few prominent white Southern Baptist pastors were to endorse a leading Democrat? But of course, black conservatives operate under different media rules.

Anton on November 3, 2006 at 2:51 PM

Ok, I’ve seen this Vent and I’ve seen the Ham Nation interview with Steele, and this suggests that some car pooling was going on yesterday, and raises an important question:

Is Bryan Preston the luckiest man in the world (i.e. got to be in the same car with MM and MKH at the same time)?

thirteen28 on November 3, 2006 at 3:11 PM

A copy from a blog I wrote, because I believe it.

Steele is one of the most important races the Republicans have had in the past 30 years. When he is elected, people will notice that our conservative gate is open (always has been), and the minority Democrats will begin to walk through those gates. And we welcome them and their families. They can be free, reach their potential, achieve for themselves what the Democrat leaders have arrogantly kept for themselves. The minorities will learn that we (conservatives) want them to be educated, successful, with strong family values…we care for them, and are saddened that they have been kept down by the repressive, arrogant, racists, liberals. We value who they are, and who they will become…not for their votes, and not to expand our bureaucratic power. Our (Conservative) power comes from freedom and education.
Esquire call Steele a lawn jockey, after next week Cardin will be lucky if Steele hires him to cut his lawn.
Despicable Liberals

right2bright on November 3, 2006 at 3:25 PM

It is sad to learn he supports affirmativie action.

Steele agreed he is better than the alternative.

MarkB on November 3, 2006 at 3:36 PM

“Fresh Air,” as we know, is the name of an NPR program. But this edition of Vent on Hot Air was the freshest breath of air I’ve seen in a while.

Jeremayakovka on November 3, 2006 at 4:21 PM

I’m a very lucky man indeed, but MKH had her own transportation yesterday.

Bryan on November 3, 2006 at 4:59 PM

What softball questions.

Why didn’t she ask Steele, “Why do you make fun of Ben Cardin over and over again both in every debate and public media appearance that you have together?”

Where did this one come from? Is the DNC reading this site?

When the MSM ignores this campaign, it only drives people to the Net to see it here. They are too arrogant to reverse course now. Besides, it would hurt their party.

African American and Hispanic clergy and civic leaders are embracing an African American Republican candidate on the issues and personal trust. This apparently is due to a special quality Lt Gov. Steele has at building bridges across the aisle. Can you say Presidential? If he wins he will be VP choice #1, if he doesn’t decide to run himself.

His opponent is a typical country club empty suit – standard issue Clinton pinch hitter. Anyone remember Maynard Jackson, an African American who was going to run the DNC until Hillary and Bill forced in Terry (Chinagate) McAuliffe?

Michelle and HotAir are making history this election. This is incredible footage. The MSM is crumbling like the Berlin Wall.

revolution on November 3, 2006 at 5:44 PM

Hot Air / Michelle’s interview this refers to was just on Andrew Wilcow’s program, WABC in NYC carries it. I happen to be in my car returning from food shopping at Trader Joes and behold I hear the interview, sounded familiar, and Michelle got the credit. Not the whole interview though. Andrew is subbing for Mark Levin tonight. Mark is with Sean Hannity, I think in Milwaukee. Andrew is good too.

StuLongIsland on November 3, 2006 at 6:45 PM

Excellent interview, Michelle!

Steele has been running a very, very smart campaign. I’ve a feeling that Cardin’s numbers are going to slip over the weekend as he tries (badly) to play catch-up.

Your and MKH’s interviews dovetail very, very nicely. You have a knack for Mr. Steele’s politics, while Mary Katharine has a gift for bringing out out the humanity.

A most formidable combination!

Jack.

Jack Deth on November 3, 2006 at 8:01 PM

I watched this vent in the morning. I was really excited. This is a historic in all sense. I coined this terrific event in one sentence, “Henceforth, we shall be one people destined to progress forever.” This is basically what happened here.
Michelle, accept this little words. You might not hear it again till you leave this earth, “I really..” Excellent Job.

Ouabam on November 3, 2006 at 8:31 PM

Mark Levins radio show is now giving the Interview a
plug. He’s a sub for Mark and I didn’t get his name
but he’s doing a great job in the discription.

Texyank on November 3, 2006 at 9:24 PM

This old black Reagan Republican is rejoicing!

MSM is not needed anyway, real revolutions spread by word of mouth.

I have a dream…

.

The Machine on November 3, 2006 at 9:26 PM

Great Vent, especially the period immediately preceding the election. Michelle really knows how to make a difference!

Almost makes me wish I lived in Maryland so I could vote for Steele.
E L Frederick on November 3, 2006 at 7:21 AM

Me too!

omegaram on November 3, 2006 at 9:44 PM

How will the religious leaders react to a Senator Steele voting for conservative judges?

How will they react to a Senator Steele’s voting for a hawkish foreign policy?

I regret the honeymoon will be quite brief if he wins.

mylegsareswollen on November 4, 2006 at 1:17 AM

Powerful voices! Let’s hope their people are listening!
Good luck Tuesday Michael Steele..we are all rooting for you!

MM, you just keep getting better and better on that side of the mic! The MSM doesnt know what they are missing..we do!

labwrs on November 4, 2006 at 10:55 AM

mybrainisswollen, you mean he might actually vote for a judge who recognizes that freedom OF is not freedom from religon? A judge that recognizes the value and precedence of the traditional family unit? A judge that agrees that the state has authority over education and that a voucher system is not a Constitutional violation? I think the clergy will be happy with that.

Mike O on November 4, 2006 at 11:11 AM

freedom of religon not freedom from religon (not awake yet :)

Mike O on November 4, 2006 at 11:13 AM

Almost makes me wish I lived in Maryland so I could vote for Steele.
If you hurry, and grab your “Hillary Clinton Carpet Bagger’s Kit”, you can make it to Maryland by the weekend!

seejanemom on November 3, 2006 at 7:36 AM

Instead of being faux offended, you could instead rejoice that Steele has appeal enough that many of us who live in different states not only wish we could vote for him – we wish we had him in our own states.

If there were more politicians like him, we might still have a chance to survive.

In the meantime, I will look with enthusiasm for the inevitible Steele victory as a victory for truth, honesty, and integrity in the Senate.

He would also make a hell of a good choice for President.

Emmett J. on November 4, 2006 at 12:52 PM

Steele for President, 2008!

Enoxo on November 4, 2006 at 1:13 PM

Just heard his interview on Fox Sunday.
Best line, something to the effect of “The Washington Post will just have to eat it as the print STEELE WINS on Wednesday morning”.
The man understands everything about who and what he is up against and has squared up to face it.
Cannot have enough people like him.

fng on November 5, 2006 at 10:15 AM