Does Bhutto's Death Help McCain?
Obviously it's a bit callous, but there's little doubt
it focuses people's attention on international affairs, at least until the next good-looking blonde goes missing.
Benazir Bhutto had been assassinated in Pakistan and the political conversation in America had changed.
Which means at least for a little while Republicans here were not thinking about which presidential candidate was tougher on immigration or which had the best Christian conservative credentials.
Labels: Bhutto Assassination, John McCain