More evidence that the Republican Party is splintered, as it tries (unsuccessfully) to hold on to the tea partiers, social conservatives and fiscal conservatives:
The head of an influential social conservative organization urged members and supporters Wednesday to stop donating to the Republican National Committee and instead contribute to its own coffers or to candidates with like-minded goals.
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, made the plea in his "Washington Update" column posted on the organization's Web site following the revelation that the RNC paid for a night out at a risque Hollywood nightclub.
"I've hinted at this before, but now I am saying it — don't give money to the RNC," Perkins said in his column. "If you want to put money into the political process, and I encourage you to do so, give directly to candidates who you know reflect your values.
This mainly is in reaction to Steele as the head of the RNC, in the wake of the scandal showing that the RNC reimbursed some consultant for his "meals" at a bondage lesbianish sex club thing.