As Sean Eldridge’s congressional campaign searches for a new spokesperson, the communications director for the state Republican Committee has a recommendation: Baghdad Bob, of Gulf War II fame.

In a letter to the Eldridge campaign, Republican spokesman David Laska — jokingly, let’s assume — suggests the one-time Saddam Hussein spokesman Muhammad Saeed al-Sahhaf, nicknamed Baghdad Bob during the lead up to and aftermath of the 2003 Iraq war.

The letter comes after BuzzFeed found a help wanted ad for a “young, energetic” spokesperson to work on the campaign following a particularly unflattering story in Politico about Eldridge’s campaign efforts.

Eldridge, a 27-year-old investor, is seeking to take on Republican Rep. Chris Gibson this fall.

Here’s the letter from Laska:

Eldridge Recommendation by Nick Reisman