Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said yesterday on the subject of RNC chair Michael Steele:
“Anytime the chairman of our party becomes a story, that’s a distraction for our candidates. I would encourage the chairman to do things that make it easier for candidates, like raising money, updating the technological base of our party and focusing on getting Republicans elected.
“I’m not going to give advice about his career, but I’m going to give advice on how to lead the RNC at this point,” Romney concluded, according to UnionLeader.com.
Romney also noted that on his 19-state book tour, he is seeing “a growing passion and intensity on the grassroots level” prompted by outrage over the huge federal deficit and “too intrusive a government.”
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