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WASHINGTON (CNN) - CNN Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley weighs in on whether Arizona GOP Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign is undergoing an identity crisis, following the departure of several top-level aides.
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Be kind, Candy, be kind. The name Candy means "pure." I named my daughter Candy for that very reason. Got to be a nice person with a name like Candy.
The Best Political Team on TV? Ugh. (And thank goodness for PBS).
Candy Crowley, like a lot on CNN, adds nothing to public political discourse in this country.
She, like most TV "news" casters, seems to sit around all day, waiting for the campaign to bring her a boxed lunch and the spin of the day.
There is NO analysis on where a candidate, McCain or anyone else, stands on the issues. NO fact checking of the claims made during debates and speeches (Every time a politician says "Everyone thought Sadaam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction before we "had" to go to war" - google Hanz Blix.) NO context for today's news (Who decreed the nomination was "McCain's to lose" anyway?)