Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Drudge Report: He's In!

McCain announces on CBS 'LATE SHOW' tonight he is running for President, says source that sat through taping... He was sitting in the chair when he told David Letterman and the audience. He was wildly applauded... Show set for broadcast at 11:35 PM ET... MORE...

7 Comments:

Anonymous john petain, chief collaborator said...

Any chance his pal Teddy the Swimmer could drive him home from his Letterman appearance?

6:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also, Hottie Bandits Strike Georgia Bank...

7:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe he can tell Letterman how much fun a second losing campaign is going to be?

8:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rudy doesn't seem to be clear on anything, sorta like Romney.

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0207/2957.html

9:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rudy must be doing something right. Here's the latest poll numbers this morning:

http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1594847,00.html

Rudy surging at 38%
McCain slipping at 24%
Newt not running increasing to 12%
Mitt running hard trailing at 7%

9:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does the Iowa McCain team have an explanation for this?

Thursday, March 1, 2007 10:21 a.m. EST
Sen. John McCain Spurns CPAC Invite

Sen. John McCain is the only Republican presidential candidate to spurn an offer to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference, the nation’s premier gathering of conservatives.

And McCain further miffed sponsors of the event, which begins Thursday at a Washington, D.C., hotel, by attempting to schedule a private reception for conference attendees without seeking approval of CPAC organizers.

"It was a classic McCain move, dissing us by going behind our backs,” declared William Lauderback, executive president of the American Conservative Union, a principal sponsor of the CPAC.

Conservative activists speculated that McCain rejected an offer to speak at the conference because he "did not want to be seen on television ‘pandering’ to Republican ‘right-wingers’ but wanted to court those same activists at a reception at the same hotel,” the Washington Times reported.

The CPAC has been considered a key event for conservative candidates ever since the first gathering was held in 1974, with Ronald Reagan in attendance.

Organizers expect more than 5,000 people to attend this year, including many college students from across the country. Craig Shirley, a Republican activist and Reagan historian, told the Times that skipping the CPAC is a mistake for a Republican candidate.

"Any GOP politician who doesn’t understand this and the importance of this conference doesn’t understand conservatism.”

© NewsMax 2007. All rights reserved.

10:02 AM  
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