Michael Steele Invites Political Math To Washington DC


I’m pretty excited, it should be fun.

I’ll keep as much as possible updated via Twitter (@PoliticalMath) and the blog.


  1. cmob says:


    I saw the video today for the fist time. Keep up the good work.

  2. Augustine 25 says:

    Congratulations! I loved the example where you knocked the pennies off the table to show actual job losses. LOL

  3. George P. says:

    Awesome work on the Videos, I found them on You tube and added them to one of my Blog Posts. I really think this is what modern Conservatives really need, quick, sensible economic lessons on the TRUE cause and effect of Liberal Policy.
    We as the younger generation need to bring this message to as many people as we can. I really believe that the country, as a whole, is Center Right, but they really don’t know how LEFT the country is headed.
    I’m going to add a link to you on my blog.
    Keep up the good work and good luck in Washington.

  4. politicalmath says:

    How do you know I’m part of the younger generation? I could be as old as… umm… 34. That’s old, right? (Thank you)

  5. George P. says:

    I suppose it’s subjective, I am 25, but I consider myself young because most Politicians AND media commentators are 45+ lol.

  6. Nathan says:

    Congrats, enjoy the time with the RNC.

  7. LisaM says:

    Great job Matt. I am so impressed. Please keep up the amazing work and videos!

  8. Sir Omer says:

    I’d love to see a few posts on the costs involved in the healthcare debate.

  9. Hawki88 says:

    Thank you! Mere words cannot convey the extent of my gratitude for what you are doing with this blog and your videos! I look forward to more.

    I’ve spent some time investigating the statistics published by the National Health Interview Survey that are being used by the CDC, the media and anyone else imaginable to justify “healthcare reform”.

    In my opinion there is some analysis missing from survey report:

    1. Number of people not covered by insurance by choice; i.e. can afford insurance and choose not to be covered.
    2. Number of people who qualify for current public insurance options but don’t have it, and reasons for not having it – don’t know about it, choose not to have it, etc.
    3. Citizenship and legal residency status of the people included in the survey.
    4. An explanation of why certain limited insurance coverages are counted as “uninsured” in the report.

    I am very interested in your perspecitive.

  10. Hey Matt.

    I jsut wanted you to know that we discovered your videos this morning on youtube.

    I have just posted a story on the first video. WE get about 20,000 uniques per day and some of them will be likely showing up here.

    Absolutely terrific work you’ve done.

    Here’s my post:


    The National Debt Road Trip (Video Warning: Not For The Faint-Hearted Nor Those Who Prefer To Hide From The Truth)

  11. Kelly Adams says:

    Awesome! I can’t wait to see more!

  12. Eric Morris says:

    It is very exciting to see grassroots movements like this happening in the GOP. Good luck, I along side the people at truthbucket wish you all the best.