Did he even have a voice in the decision-making process, passing up on his pal Mr. Leiberman?
(((( And in Newsweek's issue "44", they call her a Diva, omigod, they basically say she wanted to do it her way....it was sickening to read Meacham & Co.'s slanted views. Horrible stuff. ))))
But no. McCain is doing nothing. And the silence is deafening.
Out, not with a bang, but a whimper.
And are they so 'anonymous'? I worked with (some of) those volunteers and staffers of McCain's. Never liked them. Never liked staffers and never hope to see 'cliques' who are jealous of the likes of people like Palin anyway. When grapes are sour, fingers point. It is human nature. Sure is. THEY WILL NOT WORK FOR "TEAM SARAH" IN 2012.
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Make Friends With Your Friends -When Ronald Reagan lost the GOP nomination to Gerald Ford in 1976, he wasted no time becoming the 1980 frontrunner by setting up his own PAC, and raising money for other GOP candidates around the country. You could start by helping Republican candidates raise money in the 2010 midterms, a strategy that would keep your name in the headlines and at the same time, allow you to put a few favors in the bank, which any good pol knows can be drawn on later. "The more candidates you raise money for the more supporters you have down the line," says Keith Appell, a Washington, D.C.-based conservative public-relations consultant.
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