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Poor Reince...RNC chairman mulls second term as party begins major review

Washington (CNN) – As a major review by the Republican National Committee of what went wrong, and right, in the 2012 election gets underway, we may soon learn if the party committee's chairman will run for a second term.

RNC officials tell CNN that by the end of next week Reince Preibus will probably make a decision on whether he runs or not for another two years as chairman of the party committee. The RNC will hold its election for chairman in January.

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Nominate Dan Kaiser for RNC

Nominate Dan Kaiser for RNC chairman.

He's gotta go! As one poster put it:

Reince Priebus - just remove the vowels – RNC PR BS

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know Peace." - Jimi Hendrix

Run ALL of the party insiders

Run ALL of the party insiders out on a rail.

Send him off.

I regard the poor man, in his present condition, as so much wasted raw material. Cut up and properly canned, he might be made useful to fatten the natives of the cannibal islands and to improve our export trade in that region. I shall recommend legislation upon the subject in my first message. My campaign cry will be: "Dessicate the poor working-man; stuff him into sausages."
- "Mark Twain as a Presidential Candidate," New York Evening Post, June 9, 1879

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

I think the GOP will run him out of town.

He has no business being there anymore. Stuff is leaking out daily to media and people know how he led the cheating and lied, etc.
I still think that poster on the DP called "The Shazad" was him.

The establishment running one

The establishment running one of their own out of town, not likely.

Southern Agrarian

They are ready to blame anyone and everything on their loss.

I see it happening very easily.

I think they need a bit of convincing first.

Seeing as he's a Romney shill, and he'll never work for him in politics again, he could be pressured enough to hand it off to someone else, yes?