Clinton's latest campaign filings reveal how a sprawling, top-heavy campaign organization splurged on posh hotels and pricey consultants but still struggles to define its message against Obama, a charismatic opponent whom Clinton's camp now calls the front-runner.As I said, not wise spending habits.
The $95,000 charge came at the Hy-Vee store in West Des Moines, a grocery and deli chain that is a fixture in the state, on Jan. 1, just two days before Obama stunned Clinton by beating her in the Iowa caucuses.
Friday, February 22, 2008
Speaking of Candidate Spending Habits
The New York Posts noted teh Clinton Campaign spent $95,000 at a deli in West Des Moines Iowa. The NY Post notes: