Posted by | September 10, 2009 16:40 | Filed under: Top Stories

RNC Chair Michael Steele accused President Obama of using Ted Kennedy’s letter as a “political tool” and called it “bad form.”

“I’m sorry, but I just felt a bit unnerved by it, in the sense he just passed,” Mr. Steele told The Washington Times’ “America’s Morning News” radio show on Thursday.




“His wife was still clearly emotional,” Mr. Steele said. “I just thought that was bad form. We all understand and appreciate the role Sen. Kennedy has played in this debate and the passion he brought to health care. I just thought that was a little bit much for me, so soon after his death, using that as a political tool.”


But Steele is ignoring that when Kennedy wrote the letter in May, he requested it be delivered upon his death.

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