RNC Chairman Michael Steele just declared that “The era of apologizing for Republican mistakes of the past is now officially over.”
Over? When did it ever begin?
The way I see it, the GOP has a lot to apologize about; we haven’t heard nearly enough contrition from Republicans to even begin to make up for it.
Heck, I think Michael Steele alone has a fair amount to apologize for; I mean, wasn’t he doing such a poor job that the RNC took away much of his power as Chairman?
UPDATE: As Steele spins out all that happy talk about the Republican Party, keep this in mind:
Today in an interview with Fox News, Steele suggested that if too much of his power is taken away, he may resign:
They can contemplate all they want to, but the reality is if they want a figurehead chairman you can have a figurehead chairman, but it won’t be Michael Steele.
Steele’s threatening to quit, yet we’re supposed to believe the GOP is doing just fine? Please.