The Hardest Working Man In The GOP

Michael Steele is at it again:
RNC Chairman Michael Steele -- beyond his day job, the paid speaking engagements, and sometimes filling in for conservative radio host Bill Bennett -- also had time to a write a new book, "Right Now: A 12-Step Program for Defeating the Obama Agenda," which he discussed on TODAY this morning. In the book, per the AP, Steele directly or indirectly takes several post-Reagan Republican leaders to task. He criticizes Bush 41 “for raising taxes two years after President Ronald Reagan left office, though Steele ignores the fact that Reagan raised taxes too”; Bush 43 “for not vetoing any spending bills during his first five years in office”; and McCain “for backing censorship of political speech through the McCain-Feingold campaign finance law.” (One GOP pol who escapes criticism -- or any mention -- is Palin.) Correct us if we’re wrong, but didn’t the GOP experience its greatest gains as a political party AFTER Reagan? When Reagan came into office, the party was still largely a presidential party. Over the last 20 years, the GOP became a competitive party at every level of government. Isn't the "Reagan" defense too easy of an excuse?
Well, I think that it is good that Steele is not afraid to speak his mind despite saying some negative things about his own political party. However, my guess is that the top brass in the GOP won't like what he has to say -- and that likely won't help Steele's own approval within the Republican party.

Exit question: seriously -- what doesn't this guy do? RNC. Radio. Speaking. Books. What's next, his own TV show?