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Posted on 07/20/2004 1:17:16 PM PDT by IowaHawk
CLINTON AIDE ACCIDENTALLY TAKES 9/11 DOCS, NOTES, JOLLY RANCHERS
Former Clinton Administration National Security Advisor Sandy Berger admitted 'inadvertantly' stuffing highly classified documents and notes into his pants, absent-mindedly removing them from the national archives on five occasions, accidentally mailing them to DNC Chair Terry McAuliffe, who mistakenly buried them in the World Trade Center excavation site.
According to FBI sources, Berger also stopped off at a Bethesda, MD Chevron FoodMart, where he inadvertantly stuffed his pants with three bags of Jolly Ranchers, a 24-pack of Bud Lite, a copy of Maxim magazine, and Listerine Pocket Mints before driving off without paying for 14 gallons of unleaded super.
An apologetic Berger said that "my bad," and offered to return several cans of Bud Lite to the Chevron.
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What is the difference between this crime and Martha Stewart's? Stewart is going to Prison. Obviously, removing national security documents is much more serious. Will he be prosecuted like Martha Stewart?
or is it different for him because he is the former
aide of slime ball and a member of the Kerry campaign?
BERGER WAS DESTROYING EVIDENCE THAT WOULD INCRIMINATE CLINTON!!!
Actually, a better comparison might be Charles Colson, President Nixon's special counsel who went to prison for mishandling one FBI file.
Sounds just like Hillary after Bubba got caught.
Bubba is in France. Hillary is screeching like a piece of chalk. Kerry is hiding under his "rocks for jocks". And the DNC is counting out a pile of money for lawyers and "witnesses".
Lotsa sh** flying and a very big fan!!!
Now we know why Kerry went on vacation. When these things come out, there is usually a warning to those involved.
I think little snot-nosed Sandy will do a Web Hubble for the family that found him on an Arkansas doorstep ten years ago. The alternative is not very pretty.
Where've you been lately, Hawk ? Time to get out your Old Gold and Black towel and snap a few !
If trousers are outlawed, only outlaws ... . Oh, never mind.
Sandy send a message and a photo ......it follows:
I vote for this being the Official picture of this Escapade of SOXGATE!
What are the details of that? I understood that he voluntarily agreed in 1974 to a plea of no contest to obstruction of justice in Watergate.
Was that based on the mishandling the one FBI file?
Just a bump from a fan--thanks for posting. ;-D
To the best of my memory. He was illegally in posession of an FBI file on a Nixon detractor. The then gave it to someone to leak or publish. He could have gotten some heavy prision time. I don't know what info he may have been given up to get the plea bargin.
Good for him.
I am assuming that, good Democrat that he is, Berger returned only empty beer cans to the Chevron station.
In his own mind, twisted by years of liberal drivel-think, he would, by returning empty beer cans, be able to say "See. I made things right. AND I recycled. Aren't I just wonderful??!!"
Does the name Ken Bacon ring a bell with anyone?
Perhaps if I mention Linda Tripp?
Linda Tripp, IIRC, had information from her Official Personnel File leaked to the press. That's a violation of the Privacy Act, and may also be a violation of other laws.
Ken Bacon, the Director of Public Affairs at the Pentagon during the reign of terror (aka the Clinton Administration) was identified as the person who leaked the information.
Nothing happened to him -- he maintained his job, and no criminal or civil action was ever taken against him, IIRC.
Commissioner Gordon: Hold on to your trousers Caped Crusader its the "Berger" ler again!
Bruce Wayne: We're on our way.hangs up batphone to Dick Grayson It's Clinton's ex National Security Advisor again.
Dick Grayson: Holy Paper Shredders!
Bruce Wayne: To the Batpoles!
If I remember correctly, he was promoted after mishandling Linda Tripps's personnel file.
Bump for the evening crowd, for a really funny piece. ;-D
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