With their party in rapid decline, the Republican National Committee voted in closed-door session in Washington D.C. today to forgo all five candidates who have been fiercely vying for the party chairmanship, and instead just hand over the reins of the party to talk radio host Rush Limbaugh, according to various tweets Twittering today.
Ken Blackwell, political gadfly and a long shot for the chairmanship, promptly accused ACORN of registering dead Republicans. He sought to throw out the votes of all black RNC members, which were none.
One RNC member who voted for Limbaugh confided, “Obama sat down with us like a gentleman and suggested that in order to make progress together, we shouldn’t listen to Rush Limbaugh — so it made natural sense.” Read More
Right now, The Republican National Committee is convening in Washington in desperate search for new leadership. The one thing they can agree on, according to The Washington Post, is that they are looking for a way to get away from Ex-Decider George W. Bush.
As I have previously pronounced in endorsing his bid for RNC Chair, Ken Blackwell is an embarrassingly bad politician. But when it comes to crippling elections with tenacious scheming through the courts, the media, and arcane state election law, Blackwell can be something of a mastermind. Ken Blackwell’s administration of elections in Ohio could be compared to Kafka, but even Franz Kafka helped bring about worker’s compensation. Read More
We have obtained an exclusive copy of the personal letter former President Bush left for President Obama in the desk of the Oval Office.
Ken Blackwell, my personal muse, ex-Facebook friend, and endorsement for RNC Chair, defended rival candidate Chip Saltsman for distributing “Barack the Magic Negro” on his holiday mix CD.
BLACKWELL: “Unfortunately, there is hypersensitivity in the press regarding matters of race. This is in large measure due to President-Elect Obama being the first African-American elected president. I don’t think any of the concerns that have been expressed in the media about any of the other candidates for RNC chairman should disqualify them. When looked at in the proper context, these concerns are minimal. All of my competitors for this leadership post are fine people.”
How offensive is “Barack the Magic Negro”? A year or so ago, a student of mine in my documentary class decided to make his film about that song, playing a recording of Rush Limbaugh’s show to other black people like himself, and capturing their reactions. While many interviewees were speechless, their faces can be best described in three letters: WTF? Read More