Scott McClellan could be a Barack Obama supporter.
The former Bush press secretary, currently peddling his new book, which charges the White House engaged in a "propaganda" campaign to sell the Iraq war, told CBS and ABC that he was "intrigued by Sen. Obama's message."
And, he told CBS' Katie Couric, ""It's a message that is very similar to the one Gov. Bush ran on in 2000, and won on, promising to bring bi-partisanship and honesty and integrity to Washington."
Then there was this dialogue:
Couric: So you could see yourself actually voting for Barack Obama?
McClellan: I just said I haven't made a decision, but I do think, you know, (presumptive GOP nominee) McCain talked about ending the permanent campaign recently, Sen. Obama talks about changing the way Washington works. They better have a specific plan for doing that if they're gonna actually be the president of the United States, because it is difficult to do.
At the White House Friday, press secretary Dana Perino was asked about the possibility of her predecessor voting for the Democrat.
"I really don't care who he votes for," she said.