My take on Michael Steele’s tenure in the Guardian. At one point, I compare his taking credit for the 2010 election successes in spite of his PR disasters to Bill Clinton’s taking credit for the dot-com boom despite his tax-raising economic policies. It worked out better for Clinton than for Steele. Steele will at least get this much revenge, however: there is sure to be commentary noting that the Republican National Committee ousted its first black chairman on Martin Luther King Day weekend.
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