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Commentary: Don't blame campaign aides for GOP woes

6:52 PM, Mar. 20, 2013
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If there was any villain at the just-completed Conservative Political Action Conference, it was the generic figure of the Republican political consultant. Overpaid, unprincipled, always on the lookout for the next client - or easy mark - the consultants, to listen to a number of CPAC speakers, have helped bring the Republican Party to its current low state.

Democratic consultant Pat Caddell got the ball rolling with his remarks at a CPAC session titled "Should We Shoot All the Consultants Now?"

"The Republican Party," Caddell said, "is in the grips of what I call the CLEC - the consultant, ...

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