Skip to comments.While Congress and the president were away, Terry McAuliffe and the DNC came to play
Posted on 09/11/2001 5:52:35 AM PDT by prognostigaatorEdited on 09/03/2002 4:49:18 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Sept. 5 ó I thought August would be a languorous time on the White House beat. It turns out that the Democratic National Committee had plans for me and the rest on the Bush beat. While President Bush and Congress were away, the DNCís top man, Terry McAuliffe, decided it was time to play politics, by stepping up a public-relations campaign over the Internet. He hired three former Clinton staffers to run his press shop, put them to work unearthing the e-mail addresses of all the White House press corps and lined up a stable of Democratic experts primed to spin on almost anything.
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Seems they've gone into withdrawl over the loss of their federal teat buffet from the Clinton years.