That decision earlier this summer was probably the biggest mistake of Sen. Obama’s campaign.  They’ve finally corrected it.

After a year of telling his supporters not to contribute to 527 groups and encouraging Democratic strategists not to form them, Marc Ambinder reports Obama’s strategists “have changed their approach.”

“An Obama adviser privy to the campaign’s internal thinking on the matter says that,with less than two months before the election and with the realization that Republicans have achieved financial parity with Democrats, they hope that Democratic allies — what another campaign aide termed ‘the cavalry’ — with come to Obama’s aid.”

Will it be too little, too late?  The McCain campaign has been raking it in since the senator announced Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate.  Unfortunately, at this point, it looks as though Sen. Obama’s campaign was sacrificing parity for principle.




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