Eric Dondero Rittberg wrote:
> In the 15 years of the RLC's existence I can only think of one time
> where an RLCer has advanced to such a prominent position: And that was
> Shawn Steele taking over as California GOP Chairman in the 1990s.
> Jon Henke really is making us all proud here. We should be shouting
> from the rooftops about his appointment.
While I agree that it's great to see an RLCer advance in the GOP, I
would expect mainstream GOPers -- especially the "militant Christians"
(Bill O'Reilly's term for those who think that anything Christians find
sinful should be banned by law) -- to actively fight against such
advances on our part. Thus, publicizing them may be counterproductive.
The "militant Christians" have achieved a lot of their gains -- both in
winning public office and in winning control of the GOP -- by running
"stealth candidates" (candidates who don't talk about their MC views
until they win, and maybe not even then). I think the RLC should start
running "stealth candidates" too, especially for party leadership jobs.