Former RNC chairman Michael Steele, who can be found on camera more often than a lens, is once again crying out about other people spending too much time promoting themselves.
“One of the distractions, quite frankly, in this whole narrative week was everyone talking about themselves and not Mitt Romney,” Steele said of the Republican convention while on MSNBC this morning. “The campaign signing off on this in speeches that had, the first 20 minutes in some cases, and Mitt Romney’s name is not mentioned.”
In a separate interview yesterday Steele said he was "tired of seeing the faces [of politicians] plastered on television screens and on billboards." He said he wanted to see them "in the neighborhoods and the communities of this country."