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A small number of readers have e-mailed to complain that I criticize the GOP too much. The vast majority of readers, however, have been disgusted with the Beltway Republican (un)leadership for a long time. And the rejected RNC solicitation forms keep coming in. There are so many that I’ve created a whole new blog category for them.

Here’s today’s entry from reader Mike:

I’m sure the latest race-card lamentation of Michael Steele will result in another avalanche of rejected RNC donor forms.

How much longer will the hemorrhaging continue?

Speaking of the Stupid Party, left-wing radical Republican Dede Scozzafava is writing a memoir.

Wonder if she has asked her Beltway cheerleader Newt Gingrich to write the forward.

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Touche’:

White House press secretary Robert Gibbs had some choice words today for Michael Steele after the RNC chairman said that being black gives him and President Obama less margin for error as public figures.

“That’s a fairly silly comment to make,” Gibbs told reporters. “I think Michael Steele’s problem isn’t the race card, it’s the credit card.”

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)