The Katherine Harris Campaign: Not A Holy Place
This is the great advice Dr. Dale has been giving Katherine Harris.
When news broke about Mr. Wade, the Harris campaign was in turmoil. Ms. Harris, increasingly critical of her staff, turned more frequently to Dale Burroughs, a spiritual adviser to the campaign and founder of the Biblical Heritage Institute for the Behavioral Sciences, a Christian counseling service.
Ms. Burroughs told Ms. Harris that the campaign was not a "holy place" because women were dressed provocatively and the men swore and drank, according to Mr. Rollins. Mr. Ingram, the Harris spokesman, says Ms. Burroughs's role in the campaign has been exaggerated. Ms. Burroughs didn't return calls seeking comment.
Be gone demons!
This might explain why Harris fired Ed Rollins.
In private, Mr. Rollins recalls Ms. Harris saying God told her to stay in the race -- God wanted her to be a senator.
The strategist says he responded: "Maybe God wants Nelson to stay a senator and that's why he's encouraging you to stay in."
Harris's new staff of Christian Right loyalists changed the locks on the Tampa headquarters. I wonder if they performed and exorcism.