It is time to lay off of Steele and refocus on the goal at hand.
"I think what we ought to do is focus on Democrats. We have a real chance to elect [House Minority Leader] John Boehner as speaker and to elect [Senate Minority Leader] Mitch McConnell as majority leader."
Though I am annoyed to a certain extent with Michael as is with many conservatives and Republican insiders, we all share a common goal that we can't stray away from. In less then six months Republicans have a chance to politically cripple Barack Obama and limit any further damage he can cause going forward in the 2012 election. The media and liberals would love for the Republican Party to start openly putting Republican vs Republican in regards to Michael Steele pro or con. I'm not saying that Republicans need to not question Steele's motives and actions. I am saying that Republicans need to not air their distrust or disdain for Steele out in the open like Steele did himself on Good Morning America. The left is trying desperately to tar and feather the Tea Party movement in an attempt to shield Democrats from the backlash that is brewing over Obamacare. The left will take any unknowing help it can get in creating the template of a "GOP Meltdown". As I stated before, now is not the time to deal with Steele. Republicans need to keep their eyes on the prize and not be duped into Republican infighting. I agree also with Gingrich when he said "Steele should remain in his post heading into the crucial round of elections this November". The November election is bigger then Steele, it's about the fate of our country. We can't lose focus of that.