Leading political analyst, Michael Steele, has introduced a new forum online called, “Steele Forum” where Americans can participate in open discussions about the political issues currently existent in the country
Online PR News – 05-October-2012 – 10/3/2012, Springfield, MA – Springfield, MA Michael Steele, a renowned MSNBC political analyst, has recently launched an open forum for political discussion across America. Steele, a self-described "Lincoln Republican," introduced the new internet medium as a place where people can easily share their views regarding the upcoming November election.
A representative for Michael Steele characterized the new online scene as a playground where adults can express themselves freely. "The new forum is like the playground from your childhood—a place where you can be yourself, express your opinions, and converse with others about their ideas. The Steele Forum welcomes people with any and all political ideologies. The presidential election in November is creeping up quickly, and it's important that all Americans express their views, while considering the opinions of others."
Mr. Steele is the CEO and President of "The Steele Group," which works with both individual and institutional clients to help design their complete business development, networking, investor, and communication strategies. Recently, Michael Steele served as the Republican National Committee Chairman from 2009-2001 and was also the elected Lieutenant Governor of Maryland in 2003. His engaging style, combined with his experiences as the first African-American elected to statewide office in the state of Maryland has brought him great national praise. He is a regular columnist for The Root and his writings have appeared in several prestigious publications like The Washington Times, Wall Street Journal, Townhall.com and many more.
Michael Steele is pursuing a battle against Obama's socialist vision; the unprecedented government expenditure and borrowing, combined with the presence of an overbearing and colossal government has created an outrageous debt that his country has never seen before. Steele's book, Right Now, makes a firm stance against Obama's agenda and America's "conservatism-lite" and instead, stresses need for the return of America's grassroots and basic conservative principles.
It is no secret that Americans are skeptical of the current 'political solutions' being employed and are not confident with the way this country's administration is handling the issues at large. A majority of voters demand answers and detailed progress reports on the challenges that both the Republican and Democratic parties face. It is absolutely necessary for the two conventional parties to effectively communicate with voters in any way possible in order to dissolve party lines to pull the masses together through a common vision which can speak for the prosperity of America. The solution to this issue may very well be the Steele Forum in which national political conversation can lead way for a new and fresh direction for the country.
To learn more and to get involved, visit http://www.steeleforum.com/