Michael Steele attacked his critics on ABC radio today (and since those critics would include me), I figured I should post what he had to say:
“I tell them to get a life. That’s old Washington, that’s old ways, and I don’t represent that, and that kills them,” Steele told ABC News Radio in an interview today.
“I’m telling them and I’m looking them in the eye and say I’ve had enough of it. If you don’t want me in the job, fire me. But until then, shut up. Get with the program or get out of the way.”
Meanwhile, Steele also gave himself a “solid B” grade as chairman.
UPDATE: By way of context, Steele was responding to this Washington Times piece about how big donors are refusing to contribute to the RNC because of Steele’s paid speeches and book tour that are seen as a distraction.
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