The choosen Judith's Blacks who represent self hatred take on their oppressors role to feel viable and necessary to continue to feel different, act different, and be the the pallbearers of a message of inferiority to those that they identify with. These republicans overseer of the entitle race psychologically convince themselves that they are different in the rhetoric that they portray to be accepted by the status quo of a false image of who they are. Think of any policy, and Thomas will more than likely rule on the conservative side, whether it's affirmative action, the use of firearms, free speech, or gay rights. Thomas has even argued that the executive branch has broad authority under the Constitution and federal statutes.
Many Democrats probably wondered where in the world he came from, however, Michael Steele made a name for himself when he became the first African-American chairman of the Republican National Committee. Before becoming chairman of the RNC, Steele was the first African-American to be chair of any state Republican Party.
Steele is the founder of the Republican Leadership Council, a fiscally conservative and socially inclusive political action committee. Though Steele has aligned himself to the right, there's one politically flawed policy he reportedly supports that most Republicans oppose: Affirmative Action
Though he's a freshman congressman, Tim Scott (R-S.C.) wasted no time in making his presence known when he threatened to impeach President Barack Obama, if he decided to raise the country's debt limit without a congressional vote. He also accused the president of trying to usurp the government.
Scott strongly opposes the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and has proposed his own alternative health care bill that would limit non-economic damages and reform Medicare. Additionally, Scott strongly supports cultural assimilation, which would make English the official language in the government, and force immigrants to learn the English language.