Friday, January 30, 2009

Michael Steele picked to lead GOP

Former Maryland Lt. Governor Michael Steele was chosen to resurrect the Dead Old Party, having asphyxiated itself by tying a John McCain around its neck late last year. Efforts to revive the party by Sarah Palin were unsuccessful when she choked on a Katie Couric.

The Man of Steele is the first black leader of the Republican Party, which will irritate the racist, liberal wing of the party found in the NY-DC corridor. He has a difficult task ahead of him as the party looks to find its conservative values, which were lost in Hurricane Katrina and haven't been seen since.