As you've heard, John McCain has reportedly staked his entire campaign on a long-shot comeback in Pennsylvania. How's that going so far?
Apparently McCain drew less than 500 people to a rally in suburban PA two days ago. Then he went to Western PA and flubbed the attack lines against John Murtha's comments so that the sound bite was completely incoherent.
On Monday he drew crowds of about 2000, then 15 people at an airport rally (yes, that is correct–no zeros), and then his third rally of the day was described as "sparsely attended."
Ouch. But you know, the problem might not be McCain himself so much as his choices of venue.
He could really learn a lesson from Sarah Palin in that department:
Tags: John McCain, Pennsylvania, Sarah Palin