Friday, July 10, 2009

McCain Campaign

I have been saying since the election that McCain's campaign advisor's did not serve him well. First you have the article in Variety, where Nicole Wallace and Steve Schmidt were fingered as the "source". Now you have this... just more evidence of to support my theory.
But on the subject of linking Obama to ex-Weatherman Bill Ayers, it turns out that Palin hadn't gone rogue. Balz and Johnson answer this question pretty definitively. They've obtained an e-mail from campaign adviser Nicolle Wallace sent to Palin on the morning of October 4rd, with an attached New York Times article about Obama's relationship with Ayers.

Turns out that the McCain campaign was a week away from running an ad linking Obama to Ayers. The e-mail from Wallace, according to Balz and Johnson, reads as follows: "Governor and Team: rick [Davis], Steve [Schmidt] and I suggest the following attack from the new york times. If you are comfortable, please deliver the attack as written. Please do not make any changes to the below without approval from steve or myself because precision is crucial in our ability to introduce this."
Something tells me Palin's book will be very interesting...if she decides to spill the beans.

And anyone who hires those two tards to manage their campaign
after all this coming out, deserves to lose.

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