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Corker/Ford Confrontation: October Surprisingly Bad Campaigning

So, Harold Ford, the Democrat running against Bob Corker for the Tennessee Senate seat has, by all accounts, run a really good campaign.

Until today, it would seem, when he crashed a Corker press conference in his campaign bus and proceeded to try to have it out with his opponent. He came off pushy, petulant, and-- Corker's right-- desperate. Here's the video:


Instapundit has a round-up of links with plenty of reaction. What was it someone said about the Democrats never missing an opportunity to miss an opportunity? The RCP average has Ford up four and yet he's pulling stunts that will make the nutroots applaud. And, as we all know, things that make the nutroots applaud are not the same things that make you a palatable Democrat in Tennessee.  

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