Oops….I did it again!

I have to wonder about this guy.  Is he simply following the latest GOP strategy of claiming to have not been  there so they are not responsible – or is he just stuck on stupid?

Is this strategy working for the GOP ?




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4 responses to “Oops….I did it again!

  1. lillacluvr

    There was one time I actually agreed with Michael Steele. That was last week when he said that if the GOP leaders do not like what he is doing as RNC Chairman, then they can fire him. Until then, they can just shut up.

    Personally, I would like to see Mr. Steele be in control of the RNC for a long, long time.

    He is the gift that keeps on giving.

  2. Zippy

    “I wasn’t chairman of the party at the time.”
    At first this was hilarious but then I think, short memories. Near as I can tell, Steele is relying on the new Republican base to not remember something that happened last year.

    Focus on the Dem scandal of the day! Don’t look back!

    Whether that will work for a majority remains to be seen. Question: If Vitter the Shitter wins, does that mean the good people of Lousiana are cool with adultery, a misdemeanor offense (prostitution) and. . . ick . . .so long as he does the Republican dance?

    I know the mostly-Democratic district of William Jefferson barely returned him in the primary, but swing voters promptly handed him his backside.

    Consider how common corrupt is in Lousiana, if Vitter wins, is that a statement that they’ll put up with disturbing personal conduct, so long as you’re not taking bribes?

    • lillacluvr

      I suspect the good people of Louisiana do not really care about the morals of their politicians, they only care if and when they are made public.

      But, I’m sure the fact that Vitter’s wife stood by him and looked like the dutiful Stepford wife him made somewhat of a difference to save his political neck.

      Personally, my husband would have been handed his backside by me – and in public. LOL

  3. itolduso

    Michael Steel is a good example of what is wrong with the RNC.

    Corruption is consistent with Louisiana politics, dating back, to at least, the Huey P Long days