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Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

NRCC Enjoys Hannity
Sean kicked off the show talking about the great time he had at last night’s National Republican Congressional Campaign Committee fundraiser, a party that successfully raised $7 Million for GOP candidates. “I can tell you that there are a lot of conservatives who feel like I do and like you do,” a happy Sean shared with the audience, “there were a lot of wonderful people at last night’s dinner who’ve been fighting against the stimulus, cap and tax and health care.” Many in the NRCC have been emboldened by the bold anti-democratic steps that Congressional Democrats took to pass Obama Care and now is a great time to move forward on Conservative Victory 2010.

Chairman Michael Steele
GOP Chairman Michael Steele joined Sean on the NewsMaker hotline to discuss the next steps for Republicans. “We’re asking everyone to help us fire Nancy Pelosi in November,” urged Steele. “You touched on your speech last night Sean, “praised Chairman Steele, “you talked about a new Conservative Republican party and or opportunity is to act like a Conservative party.” Take a look at the latest efforts to win 40 seats in 2010 and “fire Nancy Pelosi” by visiting firenancypelosi.com.

Mitch McConnell: What Are The Options?
Sean was joined by House Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell to talk about what options are left in the fight against Obama Care. “Is there realistically a way you can stop a lot of this bill,” asked Sean, “are there a lot of challenges?” McConnell replied, “The damage was done yesterday with the signature on the bill so the only way to really change the bill is to change the makeup of the Congress which we’re hoping to do in November. Despite the best hopes of many, it seems the best way to fix the damage that’s been done by Obama Care is to push for a Conservative Victory 2010.

Show Guests

Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell, the longest-serving U.S. Senator in Kentucky’s history, is the Senate Republican Leader in the 111th Congress. Elected to that position unanimously by his colleagues on November 18, 2008, he is the 15th Senate Republican Leader and only the second Kentuckian to lead his party in the Senate. The first, Alben Barkley, led the Democrats from 1937 to 1949. Leader McConnell previously served, again by the unanimous vote of his colleagues, as the Republican Leader in the 110th Congress and the Majority Whip in the 108th and 109th Congresses. McConnell also served in leadership as chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee during the 1998 and 2000 election cycles. McConnell currently serves as a senior member of the Appropriations, Agriculture and Rules Committees.

Michael Steele

Michael Stephen Steele (born October 19, 1958) is an American political figure, currently serving as the chairman of the Republican National Committee . He is the first African American to chair the Republican National Committee and the second to chair either major U.S. party's National Committee after Ron Brown , who chaired the Democratic National Committee . [2] Steele was also the first African American to serve in a state-wide office in Maryland , as the Lieutenant Governor of Maryland from 2003 to 2007, where he chaired the Minority Business Enterprise taskforce and actively sought expanded affirmative action policies in the corporate world. He was the first Republican elected to the office. From 2003 to 2005, Steele and Lt. Gov. Jennette Bradley of Ohio were the highest-ranking elected black Republicans in the United States. Steele held this distinction solo from 2005 to 2007 after Bradley resigned to become Ohio State Treasurer. Steele ran for a... More >

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