Michael Steele Opines on Arizona Immigration Law
What could go wrong?
3:14 PM, Aug 24, 2010 • By JOHN MCCORMACK
As far as Steele's statements go, this one scores pretty low on the gaffe-o-meter. His point is true enough--the "entire" party doesn't support the law. But the vast majority does. The average Republican may have liked a defense--or a simple explanation at least--of what the law actually does, not just a defense of federalism.
Of course, the average Republican would probably like it if Steele would just stop doing interviews altogether for the next two months. The problem with Steele, as I've said before, is that he doesn't really want to be RNC chairman--he wants to be a pundit or a strategist. I think he'll get his wish after the midterm elections.
In related news: the RNC is down to $5.5 million in cash-on-hand.