With less than two weeks until Election Day, Republicans have already begun pointing fingers over McCain's likely defeat, trying to save their own skins while indicting others. According to a dishy piece in the Politico, "One well-connected Republican in the private sector was shocked to get calls and resumes in the past few days from what he said we were senior McCain aides.” More: "coordinating between the McCain campaign and the Republican National Committee, always uneven, is now nearly dysfunctional, with little high-level contact and intelligence-sharing between the two." And still more: "The cake is baked," said a former McCain strategist. "We're entering the finger-pointing and positioning-for-history part of the campaign. It's every man for himself now."