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    As it stands now, he's presiding over the dissolution of the party, but if the "smart" guys at the top like him, their call.

    I would miss him, though, for alphabetical reasons: if you remove all the vowels from Reince Priebus you get RNC PR BS. That's priceless.
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    Demonstrably. Her party kept the White House and gained seats in the Senate and House. If he gets blamed for GOP losses then Rep Wasserman Schultz gets the credit for the Democratic gains.
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    Not saying all republicans are racist but all racist are republicans. For all his faults Michael Steele delivered the biggest republican landslide in history but was immediately fired. RP can't run a goat rodeo and keeps the job. Good job GOP. That's tripping over your d**k
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    Steele was exactly the face of the party repubs needed. Black, to show they are no longer the party of rich white guys, somewhat charismatic, smart and knew how to make crazy policy sound moderate. Why they got rid of him, other then race, is beyond me. Thank heavens they did. Despite the "landslide" victory, that was based on electoral votes, a couple states going another way could have meant president romney. Steele might have been able to help pull that off. He was a good stratergist.
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    He was put there by the globalist bankers, to keep Dr. Paul out, and to stay the course of the take over. The dumb GOP is handing it to them on a silver platter.
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    When the country erupts into civil war, him and the rest will look good with a noose around their necks. Tyranny has it's consequence.
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    QUOTE FROM THE ARTICLE: "And Priebus had a simple mandate, which he fulfilled: get the party back on financial track, and don't be embarrassing"

    perhaps Obama and the Democrats could learn something from Priebus based on the above quote from the article.

    I for one am sick of both parties!!! I agree with Sean Hannity....I am not Democrat nor Republican but CONSERVATIVE!

    the Republican party is ignoring their conservative BASE.
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    The democrats don't need to get on financial track, see, they didn't spend more money than they took in like the GOP did. What I find funny is that the 'party of responsibility' can't even balance their own campaign budgets... heck, they declared BANKRUPTCY in my state and defaulted on a bunch of loans. Can't make up that kind of hypocrisy.
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    QUOTE FROM THE ARTICLE: "And Priebus had a simple mandate, which he fulfilled: get the party back on financial track, and don't be embarrassing", well at least he's got the party back on financial track, next step....don't be embarrasing....{or maybe embrace you're embarrasingness}....
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    yes, they are pandering to the far right radical evangelicals...the people who are so aout of touch with society thta they are bringing this entire party to destruction...

    cults tend to have that effect...destruction of those sucked into it and even those around the weak minded few that got sucked in...kind of like a mega swirley for the losers of the world...
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    @AceLuby actually i was referring to the massive debt Obama has amassed since his term in office and the comment he made that they don't have a "spending" problem. if we spent in our homes like he has in his terms in the white house...we wouldn't have our homes.
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    @woodtick57 they are "pandering" to the right....in what world are you living in?!?! Mitt Romney was not "right" he was a "moderate"..... they have run moderates the last two times and "lost".... great path to stay on and their "base" will just do as they did this last election and stay home.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix LOL! They're both terrible, but you can't even admit it because you're just a shill for the GOP!
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    @martydotcom I know the Politix kids will call this a sexist remark but there is no excuse for someone making the money Wasserman makes in looking like she looks. The woman consistently appears as though she's just emerged for a lengthy dumpster dive.
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    The GOP is not making many good decisions these days. Check that, they aren't making ANY good decisions these days. 2014 promises to be a disaster. Can't wait.
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    They have no one. The party has been taken over by the extreme rich who have put these imbeciles in key positions and no self-respecting qualified person will take the position of Lackey to the Rich Man. I keep hoping that the Teabaggers will figure it out and rally outside these billionaire's compounds with their assault rifles demanding the rich man to come out and answer for his manipulation but unless Rush Limbaugh or Fox news tells them to, they'll never figure it out.
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    I don't know if the political losses can be blamed on him.
    The G.O.P. had some really stupid, foot in the mouth local candidates this past year. Candidates who would have been relatively irrelevant on the national level if it wasn't for the incredible level of their incredibly stupid remarks.
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    Added of course to many stupid remarks by their Presidential candidate whose breath must have smelled like Dr.Schols.
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    Remarks may have been stupid, but if you look beyond akin and murdocks stupid remarks the substance of their policy is not that different from that advocated by ryan.
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    Somehow, Reince Priebus and Kathleen Sebelius are related aside from having names that are reminiscient pf scalp or genital maladies.
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