Over the coming months, candidates will begin to ‘declare’. Some have already signaled their intent to do so, by setting up PACs (political action campaigns) and by forming ‘exploratory’ committees. Heady times are ahead for the PR shops, with an elegant abundance of clients to go around. A great deal of air-time and print inches will go towards debating which candidates will make the short list. By the time the shortlist has pulled itself together, we will have all possible information on every potential candidate. The good, and the bad, and the ugly.
More telling is the hiring of a communications director, Craig Crawford, and Kristian Todd (wife of Meet-The-Press-Chuck). The Webb camp, relatively quiet since November, recently issued a statement that the former Senator has had knee replacement surgery, due to a Vietnam-era combat injury. Why did Webb suddenly require surgery for a decades-old injury?
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Does PR Still Have A Role To Play In Politics? I pose this question in good faith. The past few months have been very difficult in the political world. There has been […]
People who say Islam is a religion of peace do not know what they are talking about. Whenever I hear someone utter that idiom, I instantly know that they are devoid of clue. How can a religion which is in the middle of a civil war between Sunni and Shiites be a religion of peace?