Former Bush, McCain Adviser "Very Disappointed" By Mark Levin's "Jaw-Dropping Hate Language" - Video
Here is video of former Bush and McCain adviser McKinnon on MSNBC talking about Chicago's failed Olympic bid.
McKinnon said "I think the Chicago incident was bad political instincts and bad political judgment but I was disappointed that it didn't come to America, and I think it is patriotic that we should have supported that move." He went on to say "I was very disappointed to see talk show hosts like Mark Levin coming out with jaw-dropping hate language about the president..and reveling in the presidents failure."
NOTE: Mark McKinnon is one of the reasons Barack Obama is President. He advised McCain NOT to use Obama's association with Rev. Jeremiah Wright in ads over the summer and fall of 2008. It absolutely was a relevant issue because of what it says about Obama's character and personal belief system that he would listen to Wright's anti-American diatribes for 20+ years. Conservatives should not listen to McKinnon's views on what should be said or not said.