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November 4th, 2009
10:41 AM ET

Steele: 'We're listening'

It was a big night for the GOP. The governors' mansions in Virginia and New Jersey going from blue to red – two states President Obama carried just one year ago.

What does that mean for 2010? Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele spoke to our John Roberts on Wednesday's "American Morning.


Filed under: Politics
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  1. Mitt

    CNN, stop wrecking your credibility! You have no idea about how low you have stoop just to compete for ratings.

    November 5, 2009 at 8:35 am |
  2. WayneP

    I can't tell if John Roberts is an anchor or a mouthpiece?! I really enjoy watching the morning show, but would like a little more objectivity. Frankly, every controversial "left vs right" issue covered by John sees him adopt attitude and language of opposition when interviewing someone on the right – to the point of actually going after their credibility with off-topic issues.

    I think it would be wise to have representatives of both sides of a controversy appear on a segment rather than John Roberts constantly filling the role.

    November 5, 2009 at 8:30 am |
  3. Bernadette Loesch

    As usual Steele has it all wrong. Least we not forget that it was his party in Congress who said that 'they were going to take their time' to study the Health Care Plan. They then changed the wording to reflect the contributions they accepted from the Insurance Industry to deal and delay. Pres. Obama started in office by calling both sides of the Senate and House to the White House to ask for cooperation in bringing forward his agenda. The GOPers outright refused is offer of bipartisanship! Cooperation, can that be defined by one lone Republican, Olympia Snowe coming to the table with a 'trigger option'? The most important election result was the ousting of the Republican upstate New York. The others who 'won' the gubernatoral races will now have to show results ASAP or shut up.

    November 5, 2009 at 7:25 am |
  4. todd

    Looks to me like CNN is trying to make some News happen on this issue. Come on with this are the Dem's in Denile junk. Trying to make an issue out of a molehill and ignore important issues is Fox news job.

    November 5, 2009 at 6:08 am |
  5. Mitchell

    Obama and the democrat controlled congress excesses, their head long train wreck toward higher taxes, less freedom, more government control, socolism, taking over businesses and banks, the government run health care dream, bankrupting america etc. etc. etc. This is NOT the change I voted for. They work for the people but don't care what we want or don't want. They scare me on so many levels. I am not a mindless sheep and I intend to vote for whoever will take them on and put a stop to this madness.

    November 4, 2009 at 3:52 pm |