McCain's Top Foreign Policy Adviser Paid Big $$$ by Georgia
There were a couple of weeks in May that were rather embarrassing for the McCain campaign. The presumptive Republican nominee had developed a reputation as a politician who had little use for high-priced DC lobbyists, but it quickly became obvious that his entire campaign operation was being run by ... high-priced DC lobbyists. In one eight-day stretch, McCain had to fire five lobbyists from key campaign roles because of their lobbying clients.
And that was before Randy Scheunemann was added to the mix. He may very well prove to be the most problematic of them all: