Steele vs. ‘Disloyal’ Scozzafava

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Tuesday, January 05, 2010 at 4:00 pm

In his quick-turnaround book “Right Now,” Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele is notably less kind to former House candidate Dede Scozzafava than he was during the NY-23 special election. His post-election annoyance with the activists who forced Scozzafava out of the race doesn’t make it in. After the jump, from page 26:

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Steele Couldn’t Have Finished His Book Before November 4, 2009 | The Lie Politic
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[...] this book before” he took over the RNC on January 29, 2009. On Tuesday, I noted that Steele makes an early, score-settling reference in the book to the special election in NY-23 and the gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia [...]


Steele says he wrote his new book ‘before’ he ‘became chairman.’ | Pure Politics
Pingback posted January 10, 2010 @ 1:21 am

[...] to events that have happened after his election. For instance, Steele’s book talks about the NY-23 special election, an Obama administration cost estimate that was made public in September 2009 and Sen. Arlen [...]


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