What did Hillary have in her grasp?

Jen Rubin passes on a great little tibit from the document dump
from the Atlantic. You want to read this
one
which contains Mark Penn’s analysis just prior to the Iowa
Caucus.

On page 8, in the scenario that Hillary Clinton comes in second
behind Barack Obama, Penn recommends:

If it is a two-way race with
Obama, on Friday we do a media interviews (sic) and basically say
that he is unvetted, discuss his ever-changing positions.
Release the tapes. Create immediate pressure that
deprives him of oxygen

What tapes? If it is the Wright tapes, why did it take so long?
If it is something else…, what tapes?

Crossposted from
The Next Right

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