Ferrarro, Sinbad, Boeing, NAFTA

In case you missed it, here’s at least some of what happened in the presidential campaigns today:

Both David Axelrod and Susan Rice called on the Clinton campaign to drop Geraldine Ferrarro as a finance chair after she said, “If Obama was a white man, he would not be in this position. [CNN]

Axelrod added that Clinton’s failure to outright deny that Obama is Muslim on 60 Minutes shows “an insidious pattern that needs to be addressed.” [Politico]

A member of Obama’s L.G.B.T. leadership council resigned after comments he made to listserves that referenced Clinton sex scandals. [Ben]

An Obama campaign memo questioned, in detail and at length, Clinton’s claim that she has passed the “Commander-in-Chief test.” [Barack Obama]

It was aided by Sinbad, who cam out with a recollection of the trip to Bosnia with First Lady Hillary Clinton as not nearly as harrowing as her recollection. [The Sleuth]

The Clinton campaign respondeded with an equally long and detailed memo. [Hillary Clinton]

McCain wentafter both Democrats on N.A.F.T.A. [AP]

The AP reported that two of McCain’s top advisers lobbied for a European plane maker that ultimately beat Boeing for a generous contract—a deal that McCain has spent time trying to referee. [AP]

Marc Ambinder articulates why, at least for now, a McCain-Romney ticket is unlikely. [Atlantic]

Ferrarro, Sinbad, Boeing, NAFTA