Michael Steele Must Go ... Admits to Being "Pro Choice"
Matthew Archbold reports at Creative Minority Report. Steele's role in founding the Republican Leadership Council should've been a dead giveaway. It certainly raised doubts in my mind:
The fact, alone, that Steele founded the Republican Leadership Council along with Danforth and Whitman is enough to disqualify him from the RNC job, in my mind, on the basis of poor judgment and questionable political alliances. Both Danforth and Whitman have stated on numerous occasions their desire to see the GOP scuttle those "divisive wedge issues" like abortion and marriage.
With Whitman and Danforth both clamoring for the GOP to ditch social conservatives, to then place one of their close political associates, with whom they co-founded the Republican Leadership Council, at the head of the RNC is not a good political bet for those of us who are concerned with cultural issues.
Previous Pro Ecclesia posts on this subject:
Deal Hudson: Give Michael Steele the Benefit of the Doubt
CBN Reporter David Brody Attempts to Rehabilitate Michael Steele's Pro-Life Credentials
Creative Minority Report Asks: "Is Michael Steele Pro-Life?"