Apparently, Lanny Davis and former RNC Chair Michael Steele are setting up a less-populated rival to our firm, Purple Strategies.
Their offering is imaginatively called Purples Nation Strategies or Purple Nation Solutions, depending on the news report you read.
We wish them well and hope they provide their clients with more effort and creativity than they displayed in launching their firm.
Someone stole my sitcom treatment. RT @HowardKurtz: Michael Steele, Lanny Davis forming purple firm, urging parties to tone down negativity.— Sasha Issenberg
Lanny Davis/Steele are perfect spokesmen for bipartisanship cause. Cld anyone demonstrate more clearly that it’s a fool’s errand?— Greg Sargent
.@Michael_Steele lists Gingrich/Clinton in the 90s as example of bipartisan comity http://t.co/L7T1yA1u #um #impeachment— Jonathan Strong
I’m not a big stock picker, but I tend to go with companies that haven’t hired Lanny Davis and Michael Steele— amoref7
lanny davis + michael steele teaming up is kind of like some alternate universe crappy superhero team http://t.co/14FXqOYz— Oliver Willis
“Is New York’s stop-and-frisk policy tough on crime or tough on civil liberties? We’ll ask Lanny Davis and Michael Steele — after this.”— Alex Burns
Every time Lanny Davis and Michael Steele are introduced from “Purple Nation Strategies,” I’m going to think “Purple Nurple Strategies”— Michael Roston
This should be hilarious: http://t.co/8zzK866t— laura olin
Also known as “Hey, Look at Me!” Inc. RT @BuzzFeedBen Off-Message, Inc. http://t.co/KKjAarw2— Joel Sawyer
Next: US-Al Qaeda anti-war pact. RT @HowardKurtz: Michael Steele, Lanny Davis forming purple firm, urging parties to tone down negativity.— Tim Ervolina
Theory: Lanny Davis/Michael Steele consulting firm a sham set up by cable networks to discredit bipartisanship— Alex Burns