South Carolina slaveholder Katon Dawson was this close to becoming the new RNC chairman, but the yankees rallied ’round Maryland black person Michael Steele, who has since brought disgrace to the white party by talking about hip hop and websites. THIS WON’T STAND. Dawson is now orchestrating a “no confidence” vote against this vaguely African fellow, Michael Steele, while Dawson’s North Carolina ally has demanded Steele stop talking about the rap music.
Dawson — this confederate goon who so hated the idea of black and white children attending the same school that his opposition to desegregation led him to politics — made it all the way to the sixth ballot during the excruciating Republican National Committee election of Michael Steele as chairman. Dawson is also known for his long membership in a whites-only country club.
With these three credentials (being a white racist from the South), Dawson obviously deserved the RNC throne. And having spent a full five weeks on the job, Michael Steele has obviously been an unmitigated disaster. Why, he hasn’t even won any elections for the Republicans yet, during these five weeks in which there has not been an election.
(Also Steele said something mean about swollen shit pustule Rush Limbaugh on this black person’s CNN show, which was racist and quickly led to both Steele’s pathetic apology to the AM radio performer and the cancellation of the black person’s crappy show on CNN.)
So, guess what? There is a special election coming up at the end of the month, for some congressional seat from New York. And whether or not the Republican wins, Dawson is forcing a no-confidence vote on Steele. Incredible! (Do not believe the weak, tardy denials.)
And last week, North Carolina GOP “national committeewoman” Ada Fisher wrote a scathing idiotic letter demanding Steele step down right now.
“I don’t want to hear anymore [sic] language trying to be cool about the bling in the stimulus package or appealing to D.L. Hughley and blacks in a way that isn’t going to win us any votes and makes us frankly appear to many blacks as quite foolish,” Fisher wrote.
Fisher, who is one of three black members of the national committee, backed South Carolina GOP Chairman Katon Dawson, whom Steele edged out in the final round of voting to win the chairmanship in late January. She has voiced repeated opposition to Steele, sending dozens of e-mails to committee members even after Steele won election slamming him for any number of chips that have fallen awry.