By contrast, she does not know Hayworth, and owes him nothing (especially with all his political buffoonery).
On the day of the funeral, Hayworth pounded McCain in a press release once again for being soft on the border.
Hayworth wondered, mentioning two of Robbins' starring vehicles.
And Hayworth's close ties to convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff should make him easy prey.
In mid-March, conservative Rasmussen Reports pollsters said Hayworth trailed McCain by seven points.
In the second place, the Hayworth campaign is exploiting the Krentz death to “score points and raise money.”
Hayworth has Rush Limbaugh—not as an endorser of his candidacy, at least not yet, but as a longtime McCain detractor.
Hayworth is attacking McCain for being a border-enforcement wimp who is partly to blame for the Krentz killing.
Internal polling by the McCain campaign in January had the incumbent leading Hayworth by 20 points.
Polls aside, it's very clear that McCain is taking Hayworth's candidacy seriously.