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Author:  Debra [ Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:37 am ]
Post subject:  Submit and Vote on RNC Debate Questions

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Michael Steele angered some social conservatives earlier this month when he stated in an interview that he personally opposes a federal marriage amendment.

I didn't know this was Steele's position on the marriage amendment. That is one question we need to ask the other candidates. Here is the link to submit and vote on questions for the RNC Debate: http://www.rncdebate.org
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PRESS RELEASE FROM AMERICANS FOR TAX REFORM
Contact: John Kartch ( jkartch@atr.org or 202-785-0266)

ATR to Host Debate for RNC Chair Candidates

WASHINGTON, D.C.--On Monday, January 5 at 1:00 p.m. Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) will host a debate with candidates for the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee. The event will take place at the National Press Club located at 529 14th St. NW, 13th Floor, Washington, DC. Five of the major candidates have already confirmed their participation.

“We are working with bloggers and other activists to develop the questions to be asked during the forum, and we encourage everyone to visit rncdebate.org in the coming days to submit and vote on questions,” said Grover Norquist, president of ATR. “The event will be open to C-SPAN and streamed live at rncdebate.org.”

The event details are as follows:

When: Monday, January 5, 2009 from 1:00 pm – 3:00 p.m. EST.
Where: National Press Club (529 14th St. NW), 13th Floor, in the combined Murrow, White, and Lisagor Rooms
Who: Saul Anuzis, Chairman, Republican Party of Michigan(confirmed); Ken Blackwell, former Secretary of State, Ohio (Confirmed); Katon Dawson, Chairman, Republican Party of South Carolina (Confirmed); Chip Saltsman, Former Chairman, Republican Party of Tennessee (Confirmed); Michael Steele, Chairman, GOPAC (Confirmed); Mike Duncan, Chairman, Republican National Committee (Invited); Tina Benkiser, Chairman, Republican Party of Texas (Invited); Jim Greer, Chairman, Republican Party of Florida (Invited).

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Americans for Tax Reform is a non-partisan coalition of taxpayers and taxpayer groups who oppose any and all federal and state tax increases.
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http://www.onenewsnow.com/Politics/Default.aspx?id=354286
Republicans should 'right' their course
Jim Brown - OneNewsNow - 12/16/2008 8:30:00 AM
One of the men hoping to head the Republican National Committee says the GOP cannot expand its influence unless it promotes a conservative fiscal foreign policy and social agenda.

A crowded field of candidates is vying to become the next Republican National Committee (RNC) chair. Among those who have announced they will run for the top job include former Mike Huckabee spokesman Chip Saltsman, Michigan Republican Party chairman Saul Anuzis, South Carolina GOP chairman Katon Dawson, and former Maryland Lieutenant Governor Michael Steele.

Current RNC chairman Mike Duncan and former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell are in the race as well. Blackwell says Republicans simply need to realize that in a two-party system, Democrats have been the party on the left, and Republicans the party on the right.

"When we are true to our principles, we win. When we move away from our principles, we lose," Blackwell contends. "During this period of traveling in the political wilderness, I hope we find our soul and get back on the course, and that course is the right course, and the right course is to the right."

Michael Steele angered some social conservatives earlier this month when he stated in an interview that he personally opposes a federal marriage amendment. But Steele, who argues the issue of same-sex "marriage" should be decided by the states, says if he becomes GOP chairman, he would support a federal marriage amendment because it is in the party platform.

Author:  justgrace [ Wed Dec 17, 2008 7:44 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Submit and Vote on RNC Debate Questions

What are the pros and cons of a "federal" vs. a "state" marriage amendment? Didn't Mike support the Federal Marriage Amendment?

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