Once you put Michael Steele in charge of your organization, you face a lot of tough questions. One a lot of Republicans are now asking is whether they may have to keep Steele at the RNC because if they fired him he still wouldn’t shut up and it would probably get even worse. “If he were thrown overboard you can guarantee he’d be out there slamming a lot of people and saying a lot of things. It’s best to let this one simmer down,” one GOP strategist who works with the RNC told our Christina Bellantoni.
Josh Marshall is editor and publisher of TalkingPointsMemo.com.