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Engineering Ohio for 2008

Karl Rove walks fast, says he and John McCain got over the hurts of 2000 by campaigning together in 2004, and says Ohio will make it three in a row as the crucial state in the presidential election. Rove entertained the Ohio delegation at this morning’s breakfast with a blend of funny stories and the story of Bud Day, a Vietnam vet from South Dakota who says John McCain saved his life. But Rove wasn’t taking questions from reporters on any issue — not Sarah Palin, not even on how the GOP plans to win Ohio. As he waited for the elevator doors at the Radisson Plaza hotel to close, Rove did give a one-word answer to the question: Did he campaign to keep Joe Lieberman off the ticket with John McCain? “No.”

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