Yet another town-hall meeting isn’t doing the trick. Neither is dropping in on a former Republican president. So just what can John McCain do to draw attention away from his showy Democratic rival?
Pick a running mate, perhaps.
Speculation swirled Tuesday that McCain might name his vice presidential partner within the next few days — right in the middle of Barack Obama’s overseas tour.
McCain aides were not helping tamp down the speculation with their comments, often made late in the afternoon, of “no announcement today.”