In June of 2008, I attended the Iowa GOP picnic before the State convention. One of the people milling around was then-RNC Chairman Mike Duncan. He was a nice man, but basically unknown. Some of the people I talked to that night said they wished Republicans had someone who was better known as the leader of the national party.
I wonder what they think about that now?
Thanks to his criticism of Rush Limbaugh, and his recent comments concerning abortion rights, RNC Chairman Michael Steele is now a household name. And that’s not a good thing.
On Friday, Steele sat in for Bill Bennett on his radio show. Domenico Montanaro of NBC News has a quick rundown of the show. While Steele is trying to paint himself as a victim of the liberal media, it is apparent, he is his own worse enemy.
In the past few days conservatives have begun to grumble.
Mike Huckabee, Tony Perkins, Ken Blackwell have all been critical. Star Parker has even come out and said that he should resign. You can read Parker’s column here.
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