Official Republican Negro Michael Steele had a very bad, not so good, what’chu talkin’ ’bout Willis week this past week and many Very Influential Conservatives like Bill Kristol and Erick “Son of Erick Erickson ” Erickson and Daddy’s Little Deferment were all, “RNC Chairman, please” and so conservatives are already looking for Michael Steele’s replacement even before his body lies a moulderin’ in the grave.

Since the RNC Chairman’s job is to be responsible for :

“…communicating through the media, to convey the party’s position and its ideas and opinions on policy and current events.”

…we think Kevin Williamson (not the guy who did Dawson’s Creek, but this guy) has a really super awesome bitchin’ idea and everyone should listen to him a lot :

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.

Anybody disagree?

Hey, not me. I mean, sure Sarah Palin can be a bit polarizing but it would make a great deal of sense to keep Sarah Palin from getting “entangled in the minutiae of policy-development” whosie-whatsis when her strength (her “skill set” if you will) is getting entangled in the English language:

Throw in a private jet, some bendable straws, a Fashion Bug shopping spree, and maybe a consulting contract for Levi ” The Palin Impaler” Johnson’s babymama and you might have a deal, so Republicans should totally do this on the 4th of July to save America. And the troops.

Also. Too.