As everyone has no doubt heard, John McCain stopped by the White House to pick up the president's endorsement. As Dan Froomkin noted, however, some were far more interested in publicizing the meeting than others.
You'll never guess who was the most excited about yesterday's endorsement.
As of this writing, there's no mention of it on the home page of McCain's Web site. There's no mention of it all on the Republican National Committee's home page. In fact, I can't find any mention whatsoever of the event on either Web site at all. (It's like: Bush Who?)
But on the Democratic National Committee Web site, the lead headline blares: "Bush Endorses John McCain as His Successor."
"Since the event was held in the middle of the afternoon we fear that some Americans may miss George Bush's assurances that John McCain would continue the Bush Administrations failed economic and foreign policies," the DNC explains. "As a public service we've posted a video of the press conference for voters to see."
I wonder why that is?