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Mehlman, Rove Boost McCain's Campaign


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Michael
- 3806 days ago - politico.com
John McCain is getting much more than President Bush's endorsement and fundraising help for his campaign. He's getting Bush's staff. Mehlman and Rove are now informally advising the campaign.



   

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Michael Sandstrom (306)
Thursday May 15, 2008, 5:39 pm
The luck of the Irish. Things are shaping up to fall into place in the general election. McCain is really in a win win scenario.

Either Obama is the nominee, and the Bush attack dogs rip him to shreds in the general election, or Clinton gets the nomination from Obama, and a large percentage of Obama supporters lose interest and stay home, giving McCain the Whitehouse.

Look at what Clinton has been able to do to Obama recently. Imagine the GOP attack machine on him. We aren't gonna buy his, "Cmon guys! I answered like, 8 questions!"

That was such a pathetic display that I, among millions of other Americans, were wondering how the hell this empty suit has made it this far.

President John McCain. You had better get used to hearing that.

"People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf" --George Orwell
 

Joycey B (750)
Thursday May 15, 2008, 5:57 pm
Noted. Thanks Michael.
 
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