In September of 2006 I told the Washington Post's Mary Ann Akers that I had decided to no longer report on staffers and instead focus on elected officials and high-level political appointees.
Recently, a surprisingly large number of tips have come in about every corner of one of the Presidential campaigns. If even a handful of these flesh out as accurate, there are more than a few closet cases working for this campaign.
I wonder how the wingnuts would react if these haters are exposed.
Which campaign? Well, Ron Paul is still looking for delegates to play on the useless platform committee. Huckabee and Romney each have delegates and are positioning themselves for a run in 2012 or 2016. And McCain becomes more anti-gay every day. He's flip-flopped on the Federal Marriage Amendment and he knows better than to think a policy that discharges Arabic translators from the military when there is a shortage is just stupid (and during a time of war in the mid east no less).
So, readers, I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments. Is it time to revisit the rule?