Commentary: Michael Steel must free GOP
WASHINGTON -- When you're Michael Steele, there's no waking up and thinking: Ahhhh, at least the worst is over.
Whatever the week, Monday is the start of another very bad one. No exception to the trend, this week began dramatically.
First, Steele's chief of staff, Ken McKay, resigned in another RNC stab at damage control in the wake of profligate spending and that whole bondage-stripper thing.
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