John McCain's senior adviser Charlie Black suggested that a terror attack before Election Day would help his candidate. Hey why not fake an attack - anything goes when you're looking for power, right. Hmm, no, sounds a bit like Wag the Dog.
It's good to know what goes through a senior advisor's head, so that any exaggerated threats can be analysed on the political radar screen by observers. But what a decent and totally ethical campaign deflection suggestion Mr. Black - if only more people would see the good that can come from monstrous and cowardly attacks on innocent people. By the way, up to the time of this post Mr. Positive still had his job.