Friday, April 15, 2005

Here's an excellent article from Linda Chavez:

Some excerpts:

"Why is it that the DeLay story has so dominated the media when the story of former Clinton National Security Adviser Sandy Berger's amazing guilty plea produced barely a footnote? The New York Times covered the story April 2 on page 10 with fewer than 600 words. And no one in the national media has seemed very interested in exploring why Berger stole and destroyed highly classified documents. "

It would seem that the main operational difference between Bush and Clinton is that Clinton's posse is better at destroying damning evidence.......


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