Losing campaigns always are victim of press stories about their losing:
Turmoil continues in McCain Campgain
It seems none of the competing advisers working on Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign can actually agree who is in charge. The New York Times reports "it is becoming clear that his campaign is once again a swirl of competing spheres of influence, clusters of friends, consultants and media advisers who represent a matrix of clashing ambitions and festering feuds... His orbit remains filled with people who have been demoted without being told they are being demoted."
The cure is always the same: START WINNING. Then all of sudden everything fixing itself. It's a shame that our nation's future is often decided by which stories get into the media echo-chamber, whether they are accurate or not they must be dealt with.