McCain Campaign Wusses Out At Prospect Of Media Boycott

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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It was another battle in the war between the press and the McCain campaign today when the McCain people, who live in fear that Sarah Palin might be forced to give an unscripted answer, refused to allow "any editorial presence—no reporters or producers—to go with a network pool camera to take pictures of Palin meeting with Afghan Pres Hamid Karzai, Colombian Pres Alvaro Uribe, and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger." After the press threatened to not show any images of Palin meeting foreign leaders for the first time ever, the McCain campaigned backed down and allowed a producer in. How are these folks going to stand up to Russia when they can't even stand up to CNN? What a bunch of pussies.

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