The Obvious Choice to Lead the GOP… Howard Dean …Update: Michael Steele Wants In

Dr. Dean will be out of a job soon. He is not planning on leading the DNC in the future. As Chairman of the Democratic National Committee Howard Dean brought results.

The GOP went from 231 House seats in 2004– to 202 House seats in 2006– to 175 House seats after the 2008 election.

The GOP went from 55 Senate Seats in 2004– to 49 Senate seats in 2006– to possibly 43 Senate seats in 2008.

Who was leading the Democrats during this time?…
Howard Dean. Democrats attacked the GOP like the GOP attacked terrorists.
It was a war– a focused, vicious, and relentless bloodbath.
And, Howard Dean was the man in charge.
Does the GOP have anyone like Dean?… Someone who can bring the media and George Soros to our side?
Maybe Howard Dean is the answer then.

So now it’s your turn…
Who do you think should lead the GOP come January when “what’s his name” steps down?

Who Should Lead the GOP?
Newt Gingrich
Michael Steele
Howard Dean
What’s his name. He’s doing a good job.
  
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The GOP needs someone who is smart, creative, focused and relentless… with a bit of junkyard dog inside.
The GOP needs someone who is able to work around the mainstream media.
They need someone who know’s how to play offense.
Michael Steele or Newt Gingrich are both terrific candidates.
Lets hope and pray for the good of the country that the GOP can find someone to replace “what’s his name.”

More… Laura Ingraham offered advice to the party on O’Reilly.

UPDATE: Steele In— Newt Behind Him, via FOX News:

Michael Steele, former lieutenant governor of Maryland, has decided to run for the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee and is in talks with Newt Gingrich to win the former House speaker’s endorsement, FOX News learned Tuesday.

Steele declined to comment, but a source close to the situation said Steele would announce his candidacy as early as Thursday.

The source also contradicted a report in Tuesday’s Washington Times that Steele and Gingrich were competing for the RNC post.

“There is no fight,” the source said. “This tension between Michael Steele and Newt Gingrich is totally fabricated and, in fact, Gingrich and Steele are working together to create a new strategy for the direction of the GOP.”

In a statement issued by the former House speaker, Gingrich said he was not interested in seeking the post of Republican Party chairman.

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