Schadenfreude Watch: 10.24.08


We’ve written about the McCain campaign and, by extension, the Republican Party coming apart at the seams before, so let’s just make it a regular feature. Today, here’s Politico:

One well-connected Republican in the private sector was shocked to get calls and resumes in the past few days from what he said were senior McCain aides – a breach of custom for even the worst-off campaigns.

“It’s not an extraordinarily happy place to be right now,” said one
senior McCain aide. “I’m not gonna lie. It’s just unfortunate.”

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