February 27, 2009
Despite any minor conservative attributes, Bobby Jindal, Sarah Palin and Michael Steele don”t possess any extraordinary qualities or demonstrably different principles from countless other Republican governors, congressman and senators. In an era when Americans are screaming for change, Jindal, Palin and Steele don”t exactly represent a big departure from the Republicanism of the last eight years or even enough of a noticeable difference from the current administration. What the GOP seems to be trying to offer is not a new path, a renewal of principles or any new hope “ but affirmative action “ as they push female and minority leaders to the forefront to play identity politics in combating America’s first black president.
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