Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele called Rush Limbaugh Monday and apologized for describing the talk show host as an “entertainer” who makes incendiary, ugly remarks. Limbaugh had blasted Steele on the air for the comments, saying Steele is off “to a shaky start” as RNC chairman. Meanwhile, Democrats are loving the dustup. Gov. Tim Kaine of Virginia, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, said that Steele’s reversal and apology prove “the unfortunate point that Limbaugh is the leading force behind the Republican Party, its politics and its obstruction of President Obama’s agenda in Washington.”
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