Skip to comments.(Part 3) Breaking on FR - "House of Cards" WASHINGTON POST Whitewash on Peter Paul and Hillary Story
Posted on 10/08/2005 10:34:23 AM PDT by doug from upland
EXCERPT FROM --- HOUSE OF CARDS
House Of Cards
What do Cher, a Hollywood con man, a political rising star and an audacious felon have in common? Together they gave Bill and Hillary Clinton a night they'll never forget -- no matter how hard they may try
By April Witt Sunday, October 9, 2005; Page W10
The caller lied easily. He'd had practice. It was Raymond Reggie, a New Orleans businessman and Democratic activist who happened to be Sen. Edward Kennedy's brother-in-law. He also happened to be in a lot of trouble.
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The significance of this article is that the POST actually bothered to write 8,000 words when no one in the MSM is paying attention. The Rosen trial ended months ago. None of them are paying attention to the upcoming civil trial. Yet, they brought this to public attention and now give us the opportunity to use it in INDICTING HILLARY and to use it to respond. We will use it.
I truly hope you are right Doug, but won't the Clintons and the media just point out that these guys are just crooks and you can't believe them?
Ursus, I understand your cynicism. However, instead of focusing on the negative, what pro-active measures do you suggest? What are you doing to fight evil and thwart tyranny?
Figure out something that will have a positive impact and Let's Roll!
And they used to say that Reagan was the Teflon Man!
April Witt apparently thought it was not important to mention Tendo Oto. How is it that a Japanese citizen was able to contribute $27,000 that was never declared or returned? How was it that he was able to sit right behind the Clintons and illegally attend the fundraising concert
bump to print and read.
Perfect example, Clinton came out attacking Freeh yesterday over his accusations accusing him of trying to rewrite history of Freeh's failures in the FBI. You know these people are evil. Question: Will Bret Hume or Hannity pick up on this?
Is that the same event.
Article has Paul on one side, and the toon with his arm around Paul's wife on the other side??
April Witt is a staff writer for the Magazine. She will be fielding questions and comments about this article Monday at 1 p.m. at washingtonpost.com/liveonline.comments about this article Monday at 1 p.m. at washingtonpost.com/liveonline.
" Question: Will Bret Hume or Hannity pick up on this? "
If enough Doug from Uplands and Thumbellinas from Wherever pick up the phone and call in, they most certainly will. Do you have their phone numbers? Will you please call?
"Some people say Rosen has been ruined. Those people never sold books door to door."
Rosen is ruined. And I did sell books door to door.
I knew Dave from our bookselling days. And I knew him when I lived in Chicago. Dave Rosen is a great guy. And one of the all time great salespersons. Unfortunately, growing up in Chicago he drank to much democratic cool-aid.
In fact one of the last times (1995/96)I saw him we were debating politics in his home a few blocks north of DePaul University. I warned him then that he should avoid the party of obscene corruption. He should have listened to me.
Give me phone numbers and I will.
Thanks, I'll get right on it Monday morning.
Hook 'Em Horns!
Peter Paul is one of "them." That makes me suspicious of this whole story.
But the kicker is that we DON'T NEED THIS PARTICULAR SCANDAL against Hillary. As with any scandal, she stands to benefit if the charges against her don't pan out (for whatever reason). Why go there...especially when this scandal depends on people on *their* side?
Instead, we need to concentrate on the one thing that she can't deny...that she can't beat: her felony Open Meetings Act law-breaking with Ira Magaziner while leading her 1993 Health Care Task Force.
Outside of that, keep reminding the Public of her politics. She can't win nationally on an honest evaluation of her pro-abortion, healthcare nationalizing, tax-raising true self.
That's how to beat her...not chasing Democrats like Peter Paul...vainly hoping that such Democrats will bring Hillary down for us.
I'd recommend staying away even from her lesser, technically "unproven" scandals, too (e.g. FBI files, Craig Livingston, Vince Foster, WH Travel Office, Rose Law Firm Billing Records, etc.)...not because she didn't do them, but because we simply don't need to spend time on her unproven scandals when we've got her on record committing a felony with Ira Magaziner.
Stay focused on her Health Care Task Force felony and we win. Get distracted by her other scandals and suddenly she's got a shot.
What about a statute of limitations...1993?
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