ie MoveOn.org around Hillary’s neck was one goal. Project their candidate as the leader of the party against the liberal extremists in and out of Congress was another goal. First were the swipes in radio interviews. Then the NY Times ad. Now a web ad
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“is how the game is played.” So who got the most mileage out of this week– the leader of the surge strategy (McCain) or Rudy? Close, but media saturation and focused messaging works so based on execution of a communications plan I’d give it to Rudy. Now beginning with the actual debate McCain will get plenty of attention and rightly so. For now, Thompson and Romney seem to have gotten out maneuvered and are struggling to maintain visibility in the anti-MoveOn.org campaign.