November 2, 2008

WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN:

Was McCain's "Wright" Strategy Wrong? (David Brody, November 2, 2008, CBN)

Jeremiah Wright has been Obama’s biggest hurdle in this entire Election. Why the McCain campaign didn’t bring him up early and pound it day after day is beyond me. I know some wanted to do this but it never happened. In essence, they let him off the hook and they could pay dearly. The campaign had an opportunity to roll Wright, Ayers, Rezko and any other past Obama associations into a character and judgment issue. They didn’t.

John McCain talks about running an honorable campaign but he’s already been saddled with the reputation that he’s run a very negative campaign. If he thinks he’s going to get brownie points for not running ads against Wright, I think history will judge it differently. It may have been a big campaign blunder.

Posted by Orrin Judd at November 2, 2008 5:56 PM
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