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McCain's Got a Basketball Jones

John McCain's bracket picks are back

John McCain’s bracket picks are back. You might recall his 2008 presidential campaign’s use of a NCAA basketball-related message to drum up signups. Now his Country First PAC is getting in on the game. From the e-mail, subject line: “McCain Basketball Brackets Challenge is Back”:

March is here and that means it’s almost time to fill out your basketball bracket! For the past two years, thousands of people have enjoyed comparing their picks to John McCain’s, and this year is no exception. Sign up today and you’ll receive an invitation to join John McCain’s bracket group. You may even receive an autographed copy of John McCain’s bestselling book, Faith of My Fathers.

With the games tipping off next week, make sure to sign up today to receive your invitation to join the Country First basketball bracket group!

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