After losing a press secretary over the Amensty Bill, Mc Cain's two top aides must have figured out that Mc Cain is a RINO with no sheep's clothing. This is another sign that Republicans are in no mood for another left-leaning, open border President. That's what Democrats are for. Mc Cain's poll rating has dropped from 26.4% in February to 16.3% most recently. The Amnesty Bill was a disaster for him and front-runners Giuilliani and Romney should take heed.
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John McCain jettisoned two top aides Tuesday, the one-time Republican front-runner struggling to right a presidential bid in deep financial and political trouble.
Campaign manager Terry Nelson and chief strategist John Weaver offered McCain their resignations, which the Arizona senator accepted with "regret and deep gratitude for their dedication, hard work and friendship."
Other senior aides followed the two out the door, and the campaign announced that Rick Davis, who managed McCain's 2000 bid and the current campaign's chief executive officer, will take over.