The Washington Times - March 3, 2009, 08:32AM

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele has apologized to Rush Limbaugh, saying he was “inarticulate” when he referred to the radio talk-show host as an “entertainer” and “incendiary,” Politico is reporting.

Steele’s apology to Limbaugh follows that of Rep. Phil Gingrey, a Georgia Republican who had criticized Limbaugh.


Democrats say this shows that Limbaugh is the leader of the GOP.

How did Rush Limbaugh become the leader of the Republican Party?  He’s never held elected office.  He’s never run a political campaign.  He’s never made a policy decision.  He’s never … oh, I see.  Never mind.

What Rush should do now is start a book club, like Oprah, to keep the momentum going.

Could this mean a “Limbaugh for President” campaign in 2012?  Maybe, but I think Rush wouldn’t want to take the pay cut.