Democrats are apoplectic about the McCain campaign’s distortions, distractions and outright lies. It’s the old Rovean, Swift-Boat strategy: say anything, no matter how outrageous, until it sticks.
Let’s not get too huffy. Bev Perdue’s campaign showed that Democrats can play the game.
Pat McCrory’s campaign took a predictable shot at her: Return the money you raised from DOT board member Louis Sewell.
But the Perdue campaign fired its own salvo: McCrory was in bed – or, more precisely, on the golf course and in the doctor’s chair – with Jim Black.
You think that’s a stretch? Well, Under the Dome gave Perdue’s attack more play than McCrory’s.
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