|Man Without Qualities|
Sunday, September 05, 2004
The Kerry campaign and other Democrats have been arguing that illegal - indeed, criminal - co-ordination of the Bush campaign and the Swiftees could be all but deduced from a single attorney having them both as clients. But, come on - everyone knew the Democrats were just joshing, right?
Now the New York Times reports:
Among the better-known former Clinton aides who are expected to play an increasingly prominent role [in the Kerry-Edwards campaign] are James Carville, Paul Begala and Stanley Greenberg, campaign aides said. .... Mr. Greenberg, who was Mr. Clinton's pollster in 1992, resigned Tuesday as the pollster for independent Democratic groups that have been running advertisements attacking Mr. [Bush*] so that he would be permitted, under the law, to play a more prominent role in advising Mr. Kerry's campaign.
[The Times commits what seems to be a bizarre typographical error here. The sentence actually reads: Mr. Greenberg, who was Mr. Clinton's pollster in 1992, resigned Tuesday as the pollster for independent Democratic groups that have been running advertisements attacking Mr. Clinton ...]
Stanley Greenberg sits on Democrats.com's advisory board and is otherwise up to his neck in strategic decision making for anti-Bush 527's.
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