"Then, Eness-Potter got a glimpse of what may become the positive side of
Clinton’s message: “During Bill Clinton’s administration, the Clintons helped to
create 100,000 jobs in Iowa. After hearing this, is your opinion of Sen. Clinton
higher or lower?” The caller went on to ask a few questions about Clinton’s
campaign platform, asking whether specific campaign promises, as worded by the
campaign’s pollster, make Jason more or less likely to support her.
survey didn’t end there. As Eness-Potter’s patience continued to wane, the
caller started into the negative questions about Clinton’s opponents. Although
he cut the caller off fairly quickly after he saw where the caller was headed,
he recalled two questions — one about Sen. Barack Obama and the other about
former Sen. John Edwards — that were particularly memorable."
This is dirty.