Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele made a stop in Wichita on his “Fire Nancy Pelosi” bus tour Monday, exhorting about 200 enthusiastic Republicans to work to elect Mike Pompeo in the 4th Congressional District.
“This is your moment, this organic movement that we’ve witnessed coming from the people over the past year,” Steele said. “It’s not manufactured in some board room or in some Fifth Avenue marketing firm. It comes from moms and dads, grandmas and grandads who are fed up, who have had enough.
“They’re done. They’re sick and tired of being sick and tired and they’re looking for quality leadership … that’s going to charge ahead with the people.”
Steele made about a 15-minute speech outside the Woodlawn Avenue campaign headquarters of Pompeo, a Republican national committeeman. Steele is on a national bus tour campaigning for his party to retake Congress from Democratic control and unseat the House Speaker, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
The message dovetails closely with Pompeo’s campaign; he almost never makes a speech or issues a public statement without some reference opposing the “Obama-Pelosi agenda.” Read More