That nominee, businessman Keith Fimian, is planning a “huge presence” at the event, campaign manager Zack Condry said.It turns out that "huge presence" was simply Keith walking up and down the line shaking hands with people waiting to get into the event. Not only did he not get to give that speech he was hoping to give, but reliable sources say that the Republican leadership never even gave him much consideration as a potential speaker. So much for the GOP having confidence in Keith Fimian.
He said he would love to get his boss a speaking role alongside Palin, adding that they are both fresh faces.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Even McCain Doesn't Have Faith in Keith Fimian
I'll be posting more reaction tomorrow about the political pep rally that George Bush, err... I mean John McCain, held in Fairfax this morning, but I did want to point out something that I found to be quite interesting. You see, Keith Fimian's campaign was quite excited about the McCain campaign holding a rally in the 11th Congressional District because he's way behind in the polls and needs something big to happen soon if he wants to win in November. They even told a reporter for The Hill that they were planning something big for the rally and hoped to get a speaking spot.
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