In the wake of the events in Pakistan, Romney flak Hugh Hewitt took aim at his man's New Hampshire rival on his radio show:
If Hewitt is going to argue that he'd rather have a president and commander in chief who has executive experience, or that McCain's national security bona fides don't make up for his faults in other areas, that's one thing. But to insult McCain's foreign policy credentials because you disagree with his vote against the Bush tax cuts is just plain silly. And I don't think it's a wise tactic for Romney surrogates to employ (and let's face it, that's basically what Hewitt is at this point, and he gets paid in book royalties).
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