It’s not surprising as to why Jerry Brown would want to limit television advertising in the Governor’s race and why Meg Whitman would not. But see here how she responds to Matt Lauer’s questions about “ending the negativity.”
(Yes, you had a tough crowd but it’s not necessarily your answer that was the problem, Meg. It was the way you answered.)
She’s surprisingly tongue-tied considering how late we are in this campaign, IMO.
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Oh well, at least television stations and all those consultants made money off of her campaign, so it’s not a total waste…
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