actually, this article could do with more eyes and ears - it's... um... a bit thin on the sources front, and tends towards assertion more than explanation. I'm a random passer-through, but have watchlisted it now, so will pop up if anyone posts, and would like some help! cheers, Privatemusings (talk) 04:43, 21 May 2008 (UTC)
I arrived here via the redirect from Political advisor which disturbs me somewhat, because (personal axe-grinding follows) my father served as POLAD (POLitcal ADvisor), a position held by a professional diplomat to advise the general commanding CENTCOM (presumably, he had counterparts in other US Military Commands). My point is, not all political advisors are partisan vote-chasers, and I think POLAD should be disambiguated—Hywel Dda (talk) 16:35, 21 February 2014 (UTC)
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- Lastly, there is growing talk about what is called a cookie cutter campaign. Professional American writer Marc A. Thiessen has written about what he calls campaigns "engineered by political consultants who run virtually identical campaigns in different jurisdictions"....
OK, back in February of 2013, the text read something like this:
- Lastly, there is growing professional opposition to what is called a "cookie cutter campaign", where the themes and strategies of one campaign are transferred to another campaign, despite what may be major differences in political context.....