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Ben Stein: Steele Must Go

Sunday, 11 Apr 2010 04:13 PM

Conservative commentator Ben Stein's message for Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele is short and sweet: Resign.

Steele, who has come under heavy criticism lately for his leadership of the RNC and questionable spending practices, admitted Saturday night in a speech at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans that he has "made mistakes."

But in a commentary Sunday for CBSNews.com, Stein said he can't keep donating money to the Republican Party as long as Steele is in office.

"Stories are pouring out of the RNC to the effect that Mr. Steele is demanding the Committee get him a private jet. ...

"Mr. Steele is running up fantastic tabs at super-expensive hotels and restaurants, including some near me in Beverly Hills. Just recently it was revealed that the RNC had been billed nearly two thousand bucks for 'entertainment' at a West Hollywood strip club called Voyeur. ...

"The GOP is not the party of small town virtues and verities if it has multi-thousand-dollar bills for meals and drinks at The Beverly Hills Hotel and the Voyeur Club."

To read the full CBSNews.com story -- Go Here Now.

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