Charlie Black, lobbyist and adviser to Sen. John McCain's campaign, has apologized for his statements suggesting that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee would stand to gain from another terrorist attack on American soil. Rescinding his earlier claims, Black said, "I deeply regret the comments. They were inappropriate."
McCain campaign aide Charlie Black is in hot water after word spread that he'd suggested McCain's chances for taking over the White House would improve if another terrorist attack happened on U.S. soil, as well as for characterizing Benazir Bhutto's assassination as potentially beneficial for McCain's presidential bid. Well, here are another few things to worry about vis-à-vis Black, courtesy of MoveOn.org.