WASHINGTON -- The town is abuzz after drop-dead gorgeous Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman announced he is going to retire his tiara at the end of the year.
The White House is already searching for a replacement to lead the party into the 2008 presidential campaign cycle, sources tell I Miss Fafblog, Spot.
Our tippy-top sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Mehlman "was giggly and happy...with bangs," and that there is no dissatisfaction with his performance in the midterm cycle, discounting rumors that the newly-coiffed former chairman and his boss W weren't very "snuggly-wuggly" anymore.
Who's to replace the outgoing Mehlman? One name that keeps poppin' up like Crescent Rolls is Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele, who after losing his U.S. Senate race has been keeping "an amazingly low profile, just like his governorship." Holding his own in a field of newcomers, Steele was selected as the most exciting Black male and as the man most big donors would like to spend an evening with. Don't even bother lookin' further, Repubs, they don't come any hunkier!