McCain sent a letter to Daves, asking her not to run the ad, which he called "offensive."Bad Cop:
"I have been committed to running a respectful campaign based upon an honest debate about the great issues confronting America today. I expect all state parties to do so as well. The television advertisement you are planning to air degrades our civics and distracts us from the very real differences we have with the Democrats," McCain wrote.
"We need to run a campaign that is worthy of the people we seek to serve. There is no doubt that we will draw sharp contrasts with the Democrats on fundamental issues critical to the future course of our country. But we need not engage in political tactics that only seek to divide the American people," he wrote.
“He (McCain) would prefer that we not run the ad. ‘And how did you respond?’ Well, I didn't,” Daves said.Standard Right Wing Smear tactics, allow the standard bearer to take the high road while the surrogates do the dirty work.
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Daves argued the ad is about statewide issues, not presidential politics.
“Some people want to make this about Obama, but it is about these two candidates (Perdue and Moore) who are accountable to the voters of North Carolina,” she added.
Say all you want about the slugfest going on in the Democratic Primary contest, at least they have the courage to do their own dirty work!