Say What? (UPDATED)

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.


One comment

  1. p of v · May 19, 2009

    I hope he stays for a long, long time. He’s so misguided that as long as he’s at the helm, democrats have absolutely nothing to worry about.

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