Just when you think Charlie Crist's no good, very bad, awful several weeks has finished bottoming out and is prepared to rebound, the bottom falls out and he sinks even further.Today, Crist is proclaiming himself a "McCain Republican", stealing a talking point from Scott Brown in Massachusetts. I've got news for Charlie Crist -- if we're lucky, John McCain is going to get beaten by a conservative this year, just like Crist. And does he really want to further align himself with a man whose wife is now campaigning against Christians in Arizona and California, calling them "haters"?Note that the quote originally circulated that Crist had called himself a "DeMint Republican." When I asked Senator DeMint about that, he said, "That's nice if the governor said that, but I'm a Marco Rubio Republican."If that's not enough, consider Scott Rothstein, Charlie Crist's number one fundraiser and donor, pled guilty today to federal charges connected to a multi-billion Ponzi scheme. Rothstein, in true Crist-supporter fashion, also supported Democrat Alex Sink for Governor.The Miami Herald reported that Crist supporters themselves were alleging that Rothstein's bundling could account anywhere from $500,000 to more than $1 million in Crist Campaign contributions.After initially dragging his feet, under intense questioning from his editorial board buddies, Crist decided he would give back $76,250 from 35 employees of Rothstein's firm. But an AP story this week said Crist only gave back $9,600.00. So the question is: is Charlie Crist going to follow through on his promise, is his fundraising total this quarter inflated, and is $76,000.00 really all the dirty Rothstein money?Also, with Rothstein pleading guilty, there's little doubt he cut a deal and will be singning like a canary.Charlie Crist just keeps sinking lower and lower.[UPDATED:] First Kos and now other liberal pundits are speculating that Charlie Crist should/might switch parties to run as a Democrat. I really don't see that happening. I still suspect Crist is going to drop out. Frankly, Barack Obama should name him head of the American-Haitian Relief Effort. As Governor of Florida, he does have a ton of executive experience in dealing with natural disaster coordination. That skill set does not translate to the Senate, but would work well as an executive level appointee into the federal government while helping Obama's "favorite Republican" save face.