Although reporters tweeted that they were bracing for Michael Steele's ouster at the RNC--some even greeting the final vote with hallelujahs--his two years at the helm of the Grand Old Party provided much fodder for pundits. Should his replacement, Maria Cino, fail to provide moments too-good-not-to-share, he will be sorely missed. Below, are some highlights from what Steele called "a good two years:"
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