Send in Palin
[Guest post by DRJ]
Earlier today, Hot Air linked an NRO post by Kevin D. Williamson suggesting the GOP replace Chairman Michael Steele with Sarah Palin:
“Re: Steele and the RNC: Allow me to chime in with my usual observation on this subject: This is a job for Sarah Palin. Palin would be a much better RNC chairman than presidential candidate or freelance kingmaker. She’d raise tons of money and help recruit good candidates, i.e., she’d excel at doing the things Steele should have been doing instead of appointing himself Republican pundit-at-large.”
Williamson concedes Palin is polarizing but “these are polarized times. And it’s one thing to have a polarizing party chairman, another to have a polarizing candidate.”
I think he’s right, although I doubt she’d take it if she wants to run for President. What do you think?
UPDATE BY PATTERICO: Let me get this straight: Steele makes too many gaffes . . . so let’s get Sarah Palin?