Mitt Romney’s S.C. Campaign Manager Can Read October 18, 2007Posted by fitsnews in 2008 Presidential Primaries.
FETCHING COFFEE, DRY CLEANING MAY ALSO BE AMONG HIS WEIGHTY RESPONSIBILITIES
FITSNews – October 18, 2007 – When our story from yesterday about John McCain taking the Smack Talk Express to Mitt Romney ended up on Time Magazine‘s website (they love them some FITSNews, apparently), we couldn’t help but notice how Romney’s national spokesman Kevin Madden reacted to McCain’s charge that his candidate was too “inexperienced” to be president. In case you missed it, it actually wasn’t all that bad. Here’s what he said:
Governor Romney has run a state and balanced budgets, while other campaigns have only run a Senate office on Capitol Hill or have mismanaged their campaigns to the point that they are mired in debt.
Of course, as we perused this morning’s edition of The (Columbia) State newspaper, we noticed our good bud Aaron Gould Sheinin also opted to write about McCain’s verbal jab. And boy was it ever deja vu all over again. That’s because Sheinin got his Romney reaction from S.C. campaign manager Terry Sullivan, which was interesting only insofar as it was the same exact quote:
Governor Romney has run a state and balanced budgets, while other campaigns have only run a Senate office on Capitol Hill or mismanaged their campaigns to the point that they are mired in debt.
The only remaining question is whether or not Romney’s “S.C. campaign manager” also fetches coffee, picks up the dry cleaning and fixes paper jams. Because those paper jams are pretty friggin’ annoying. Seriously, Romney could have hired a dental hygeniest’s assistant from Lexington County to “run” his S.C. campaign and chances are that person could read just as well as Terry Sullivan. In fact, we’re working on an major investigate piece right now focusing on Terry’s relations with the various Domino’s Pizza drivers in the Greater Columbia Metropolitan Area. Is he a good tipper? Stay tuned, people …