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Mark Salter, the late Arizona Republican's former chief of staff, called on voters to "resist" for the country's sake.
While many Republicans are team #NeverTrump, few have actually said they'll support a Democrat instead.
Ted Cruz wanted to be on television. That's pretty much it, in terms of any effective result that he achieved. In fact, it was so obvious that the worst invective against Cruz continues to come from his own party.
Banned from attacking Ayers? Not at all. Palin's assault was scripted by the very "elitists" and the "brainiacs in the GOP machine" she continues to malign.
In case anyone hasn't noticed, Arizona Senator John McCain has been making a fool of himself lately, on a weekly if not daily basis, his rants seeming to be fueled by an unhealthy mix of anger and envy, with not insignificant hints of racism and misogyny thrown in for good measure.
Contrary to what she has promulgated afterwards about believing in victory until the end in 2008, Sarah Palin, according to John McCain advisors, had long believed the loss was inevitable -- she had clearly set her sights on 2012.
Ben Smith observes: "In retrospect, I wonder if would have sold better without the misleading stunt marketing, and with Mark
One week ago, Salter emailed Politico's Ben Smith: "Sorry. Been asked not to comment, and am happy to oblige." But we're
--------- My whole take on the anonymity of the author is that in all likelihood, the identity is being kept a secret because
Headlines recently declared "Sarah Palin's Speeches Were Ready but Never Seen -- Until Now." While Palin did not deliver her concession speech on election night, she did deliver most of it eight days later.
The morning after John McCain's defeat, Mark Salter, McCain's closest aide and biographer, sipped coffee in the courtyard
Six years ago, John Edwards was looking ahead, and with good reason. No Southern politician seemed to have a more glorious future.
2008-10-30-mccainpull.jpg I'm not one to kick a man when he's down, but I feel compelled to share a cautionary tale of my own firsthand experience with the Straight-Talk Express. That hell-bent freight train rolled over me a couple years ago and I haven't felt the same since.
"I see the bias for Obama all over," he said, and let that hang there. His office TV was muted, but his crazed beeper was
His campaign seems based on one idea alone: because of who he is -- not what he has done as a senator, not what he wants to do as president, but who he is -- John McCain should be president.
No matter what one thinks of the McCain campaign -- and no matter how the election turns out -- this interview presages the must-read books that are sure to come from McCain campaign staffers around this time next year.
According to MSNBC's David Shuster, McCain Aide Mark Salter has confirmed that last night John McCain spent two or three
But this is the second time in as many weeks that the presumptive Republican nominee's aides have been caught exploiting
It's McCain's campaign, not Steve Schmidt's or Mark Salter's or anyone else's. We might joke otherwise, but John McCain does take credit for his bizarre ads.