I’m with Jennifer Rubin. Katon Dawson’s long membership in a country club that excluded blacks and Jews from being members should disqualify him from serious consideration as chairman of the RNC. This is not the direction the Republican Party needs to go in after a second-straight electoral thumping. According to the State newspaper, Dawson resigned from the club — but only in August of this year, just a few months before he launched his candidacy for chairman — even though he had been a member of the club for 12 years. I know I find this deeply offensive, and can only imagine how moderate voters would perceive it, let alone the growing minority popuation. It’s time to give Dawson a taste of his own medicine.
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