Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Half Communicator 

Here is an example of a person trying to communicate just enough to be appointed Senator of New York but not too much. The result has not been pleasant for her or for her chances of being appointed. She is hoping her famous name of Kennedy will carry her through, but if the media have a say, it won't. She is learning that lack of transparency and preparation are fatal on the campaign trail, even if it isn't formally a campaign. The governor has said that he won't decide right away, but it looks as if she might self-destruct before the governor has to make a choice. That would simplify matters for him.

One wonders what Caroline's advisers are telling her.


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