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Sunday, January 14, 2007

 

Battle of the campaign advisors: Dodd vs. Edwards

posted by Nonpartisan at Sunday, January 14, 2007 permalink View blog reactions
Hey fellow Deaniacs, remember the guy who said this?

[Dean] kicks up so much dust to make sure voters never ask, "Is this man ready to be leader of the free world?" Once the campaign is on that turf, and not the Internet and fly-arounds, that’s when we will show our real strength.


Or this?

[Dean]'s tapped into an angry, motivated constituency who, for one quarter at least, pulled out their checkbooks.


Yes, folks, Jim Jordan has now signed on to work for Christopher Dodd.

Compare Dodd's choice with this guy:

We don't need another commission. What we need is action. What we need is pressure. What we need is enforcement and action.


David Bonior, that's who. New campaign manager for John Edwards.

Who do you think made the best choice?

 


Discussion

A lot can be learned about people by the quality of the people they surround themseves with.

Remember, the White House is really run by the staff selected by the President.

I'll take the likes of Edwards' staff over the Dodd crowd any day.

 

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