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The man behind the curtain

I am still interested in the story about the GOP's strategy for the midterms, namely to avoid the issues and spend millions attacking Democrats on "personal issues and local controversies." Josh Marshall has a post on the guy who's going to be running this attack campaign, Terry Nelson. He's been involved in two big GOP scandals (that we know of): the New Hampshire phone-jamming case and the Tom DeLay money-laundering scandal.

Marshall ends by warning,

Everything is on the line for these guys. So be prepared for literally anything over the next sixty days.


It sounds like Lee Atwater back from the nether world.

Does he avoid sunlight, sleep in a coffin during the day, and not have an image in a mirror? Does he need a wooden stake through the heart?