In my opinion, the choice could not be more clear:....Between one candidate, John McCain, who has always put the country first...and one candidate who has not.John McCain:
Today, we are all Georgians.The Washington Post:
Sen. John McCain's top foreign policy adviser prepped his boss for an April 17 phone call with the president of Georgia and then helped the presumptive Republican presidential nominee prepare a strong statement of support for the fledgling republic.And finally, a nice bit of understatement from Matt Yglesias:
The day of the call, a lobbying firm partly owned by the adviser, Randy Scheunemann, signed a $200,000 contract to continue providing strategic advice to the Georgian government in Washington.
If it were actually the case that we are all Georgians this would obviously be no big deal, but in the real world it’s a bit of an issue when an influential member of a major presidential campaign is an agent of a foreign government.