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Via TPM. In Indiana, three dozen McCain volunteers walked out of a call center over—shall we say—creative differences. Their job was to call prospective voters and read from a script provided by the McCain campaign. But once they got a look at the script, they said no thanks and left, complaining the the prepared talking points included several BS statements about Obama—that he wasn’t tough on crime and that he voted against protecting children.
To quote the TPM piece: The script asserted that Obama was “dangerously weak on crime,” “coddling criminals,” and “for voting against ‘protecting children from danger.'”
You can read the rest of the TPM piece here.