Thursday, February 19, 2009

Steele planning "off the hook" PR campaign to promote GOP to blacks, hispanics, & one-armed midgets

Yo, boyyyyyyy!

Michael Steele say they ain't nuthin' wrong with the GOP that a little hip-hop messaging won't cure.

For realz.

Newly elected Republican National Committee Chairman Michael S. Steele plans an “off the hook” public relations offensive to attract younger voters, especially blacks and Hispanics, by applying the party's principles to “urban-suburban hip-hop settings.”
Steele fixin' to throw down a media campaign he say gonna "surprise everyone."

“We need messengers to really capture that region - young, Hispanic, black, a cross section ... We want to convey that the modern-day GOP looks like the conservative party that stands on principles. But we want to apply them to urban-surburban hip-hop settings.”

But, he elaborated with a laugh, “we need to uptick our image with everyone, including one-armed midgets.”
Last month, the RNC gave Steele the stripes as its first-ever African-American chairman.

And my boy ain't wastin' no time establishing his bona fides as the GOP's Head Nigga in Charge.*

Top party officials and officeholders have suggested that Mr. Steele name as deputy chairman someone who can run the national committee's vast operations in fundraising, communications, candidate recruitment and training, and voter identification and targeting.

“I can run this organization just fine,” Mr. Steele told The Times. “There will be no deputy chairman, period.”

Still, the talk among some prominent senior Republicans was that Mr. Steele would need someone with “more experience” to provide guidance and organization. Reminded of this, Mr. Steele told The Times: “People who said I can't make the trains run on time never gave a reason. I say to them, 'Stuff it.' “

And you know who else need to stuff it? All them suckas think the GOP base ain't gonna be down wit dat s***t.

Take that, beyatch!

Yup, yup! Know what I'm sayin'?

* Head Nigga in Charge

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