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Character Counts
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Pete Wehner makes a great case for why Obama’s terrible past associations actually matter. In particular, this sentence is good advice for McCain: “There is a responsibility to make this case in a calm,  responsible, factual way. We believe it’s important to explain why Obama’s  radical associations bear on the question of his character, and why Obama’s  character bears on the question of electing our next President.” I’ve been making the same point in almost the same words in a slew of radio interviews over the past week. (I usually say a “calm, sober, reasonable, but firm manner.”) Let’s hope McCain listens.

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