Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign has gone through its second shake-up in a year. Responding to Republican concern that his candidacy was faltering, McCain put a veteran of President Bush's 2004 campaign in charge of day-to-day operations.
The elevation of Steve Schmidt -- who worked closely with Karl Rove -- at McCain's headquarters represented a sharp diminishment of the responsibilities of Rick Davis, who has been McCain's campaign manager since the last shake-up nearly a year ago. The move is the latest sign of increasing influence of veterans of Rove's shop in the McCain operation.
Yet they right keeps trying to claim that McCain represents change.
Not only do they lie all the time, they lie badly.
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