McConnell and Steele apologize over "The Evil Empire" slideshow.

There are certain times when in the face of positive change and impending victory, someone will step up to the plate who is so inept, so ignorant in his actions as to be the undoing of all that has been achieved. One such idiot would be Mitch McConnell. Here is a recent article about McConnell concerning his disenchantment with his own party.

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate's top Republican says he didn't like a recent GOP appeal to party donors that was based on stoking fear and negative feelings toward President Barack Obama and other Democrats.Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky says he doesn't understand why anyone thought such an appeal would help the GOP.
 The pitch last month to Republican fundraisers included a direct call to exploit "extreme negative feelings" toward Democrats. In the presentation, Obama was depicted as "The Joker" and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as Cruella De Vil.
McConnell tells ABC's "This Week" that it's up to the Republican National Committee to hold someone responsible for the controversial appeal. He says, "I don't like it and I don't know anybody who does."
McConnell's response it typical of the lame Republicans who litter the halls of Congress these days. RNC Chairman Michael Steele is no better. He gets on television and makes a lame excuse about the slide-show presentation depicting members of Obama's administration as cartoon and movie characters. Steele called the photo "Inappropriate". Thanks Michael for your pussy response.

McConnell and apparently even the mighty Michael Steele are incapable of showing even a small amount of balls and telling it like it is. All you need to do is say "Yes. We used this humorous slide show at one of our gatherings. Get over it. You clowns do the same thing, so don't take the moral high ground with us."

After stunning victories in New Jersey, Virginia, and Massachusetts the Republicans are once again falling apart and turning in to a bunch of spineless worms in the face of adversity. Stop apologizing for making a joke. Don't offer your apologies for anything less than a blatantly disastrous statement.(You know like the one's Harry Reid and Joe Biden make all the time.)Stand up for yourselves and show the American people you are ready to lead.

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