First comes the “off the hook” public relations offensive to attract younger voters, especially blacks and Hispanics, by applying the party’s principles to “urban-suburban hip-hop settings.”
Translation: convince young minority city-dwellers that the party of rich white Southerners really has their best interests in mind.
Then Mr. Steele will “surprise everyone” by updating the party’s image using the Internet and advertisements on radio, television and print. Very avant garde stuff.
But he wouldn’t elaborate too much, saying he would be an idiot to give his opponents too much information. Don’t be silly, Michael. You’re already an idiot.
But, we’ll give you one thing. If there’s anyone who knows the Republican Party needs to shake things up and reach “beyond our comfort zones,” it is this man of Steele.
“We need to uptick our image with everyone, including one-armed midgets.” How can you argue with brilliance like that?