Silly me. I thought this campaign was about the direction that voters want this country to go in- hence a discussion and debate on the issues.

Not so, says Camp McCain.

From The

McCain Manager: ‘This Election is Not About Issues’

Rick Davis, campaign manager for John McCain’s presidential bid, insisted that the presidential race will be decided more over personalities than issues during an interview with Post editors this morning.

“This election is not about issues,” said Davis. “This election is about a composite view of what people take away from these candidates.”

Davis added that issues will no doubt play a major role in the decisions undecided voters will make but that they won’t ultimately be conclusive. He added that the campaign has “ultimate faith” in the idea that the more voters get to know McCain and Barack Obama, the better the Republican nominee will do.

Um, McCain’s been in Washington for 26 years. This is his second time running for President. Don’t you think they already know McCain?


Karl Rove never wants to be let out of the fun.

Rove: Palin A “Campaign Decision” Not “Governing Decision” (VIDEO)
| September 2, 2008 03:20 PM

In a Washington Post interview, Karl Rove admits that the Sarah Palin pick was “not a governing decision but a campaign decision.” Of course, he says Joe Biden was too.

Um, Joe Biden was a pick for January 21, 2009.

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