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Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele lays out his vision for the future of America in his new book: "Right Now – A 12-Step Program For Defeating The Obama Agenda".
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An outspoken critic of the president, Steele says he is reaching out to town hallers, tea partiers, independents, and anyone who is simply "fed up with a federal government drunk on power." He invites his followers to join the effort to bring back core conservative values and revive the right to build a life free of government intervention.
Actively opposing Obama's "Reign of Error," the book calls to take back National Security, and limit government spending on healthcare and education.
Both President Obama and Michael Steele share the historic honor of becoming the first African Americans to fulfill the roles of president, and RNC chairman, respectively. But that is where their similarities end.
Democratic opponents of Steele argue that he offers a lot in the way of criticism but little in the way of new policy or ideas.
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