So says National Review Online blogger Kevin D. Williamson in a post titled "An Idea for the RNC: Dump Steele, Hire Palin."
Re: Steele and the RNC: Allow me to chime in with my usual observation on this subject: This is a job for Sarah Palin. Palin would be a much better RNC chairman than presidential candidate or freelance kingmaker. She'd raise tons of money and help recruit good candidates, i.e., she'd excel at doing the things Steele should have been doing instead of appointing himself Republican pundit-at-large.
A Chairman Palin would help set the right tone for the Republican party without having to get herself entangled in the minutiae of policy-development, which has not been her forte. Sure, she'd be polarizing, but so is Barack Obama, and these are polarized times. And it's one thing to have a polarizing party chairman, another to have a polarizing candidate.
I guess the upside of hiring Palin is the idea that if she were given a four-year gig as chair it wouldn't matter if she ended up doing poorly because she'd be gone in about two years anyway. Also, her first order of business could be formalizing Fox News' role as the communications arm of the party -- after all, she's already on network's payroll.