The McCain campaign canceled the candidate's scheduled appearance on "Larry King Live" because of campaign spokesman Tucker Bounds' Monday meltdown in an interview with CNN's Campbell Brown:
Granted, Brown was hostile and badgering in her treatment of Bounds, but no more so than Sean Hannity would be if some Democratic spokesman came on "Hannity & Colmes" and was as stupidly unresponsive as Bounds was.
The audience for "Larry King Live" was not responsible for either Brown's hostility or for Bounds' ineptitude, and it was a bad decision to pass up a primetime TV appearance because of what happened Monday night on another show. This is no time for the cut-off-your-nose-to-spite-your-face approach.
(Cross-posted at AmSpecBlog.)
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