Should Michael Steele apologize for calling rival an idiot?

Throughout Michael Steele’s tenure as GOP chair he has been forced to apologize for things he has said. He tends to respond quickly and this seems to get him into hot water. Recently during a phone interview on Baltimore radio Steele was questioned about the conference call he had with fellow GOPers announcing his intention to run again. Jim Bopp Jr. who plans to run against Steele said that Steele played the race card at the end of the call. Steele responded by calling Bopp an “idiot”. Some of his comrades are calling for an apology. Should he or is this just politics in action?

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  • Mo Rage  On December 21, 2010 at 9:27 pm

    Yes, Mr. Steele should, without question, apologize for calling this man an idiot.

    And he should be embarassed, too, but I don’t think he’s either that bright or that mature or both.

    And then, finally, he should refrain from these kinds of responses in the future. The man is chronologically an adult. He should show that by responding like one instead of sounding like a rather socially undeveloped 15 year old.

    • elogam  On December 22, 2010 at 11:11 pm

      >>He should show that by responding like one instead of sounding like a rather socially undeveloped 15 year old.<<

      Says the man who CONSISTENTLY insults any and every person who has a view that is different from him. Glass houses, Mo Rage, glass houses….

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