Mitt’s top strategist, Stuart Stevens (whom many blame for Mitt’s disastrous campaign and loss, but really there’s so much blame to go around) is kind of like those Japanese soldiers who fought on in the Pacific long after WWII was over. But at least they had the excuse of not knowing the Allies had won.
Stevens is still fighting over Pinocchios, specifically the four that Mitt got from WaPo‘s fact checker Glenn Kessler for his ad claiming that Chrysler was moving American Jeep jobs to China.
In response to Stevens’ request for fewer wooden puppets, Kessler is sticking with his original four, the most you can receive.
Maybe Stevens would have done better last November if he’d focused more on his own wooden boy and less on Kessler’s.