Skip to comments.Clinton can't hold a candle to the Torch [Toricelli] by Paul Mulshine
Posted on 08/15/2002 2:42:49 PM PDT by Sanjuro68Edited on 07/06/2004 6:37:48 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Some of Bob Torricelli's critics have taken to describing the senator's recent pattern of slipperiness and evasion as "Clintonesque."
They do not give him enough credit. As perhaps New Jersey's leading booster, I want to proudly proclaim that our guy perfected this sort of thing long before that rube from Arkansas. Torricelli is not Clintonesque. Bill Clinton was Torricelliesque.
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Is that a trick question? Should I answer "not nearly enough" just to fan the flamers? ;)
Nah, I like Canadians. I think everybody should own one.
A Rutgers alum '65, I had the distinction of being guided by the one Rutgers Dean of Men who should have petitioned for a name change. Would you believe Dr. Cornelius B. Boocock? Wakka! Wakka!
...this IS the Peoples Republic of New Jersey -- which means The Torch will probably win in November anyway.
[Downside Legacy] IRS AUDITS:
Paula and Stephen Jones Billy Dale (Travel Office) Texe Marrs Western Journalism Center (Joseph Farah) Citizens for a Sound Economy Manufacturing Policy Project (Pat Choate) American Life League Christian Film and Television Commission National Rifle Association National Review American Spectator National Center for Public Policy Research American Policy Center Heritage Foundation American Cause (Pat Buchanan) Citizens Against Government Waste Citizens for Honest Government Freedom Alliance (Oliver North) Progress and Freedom Foundation (Newt Gingrich) Council for National Policy Concerned Women for America Center for Bioethical Reform Free Congress Foundation (warning?) Fortress America (warning?) Capitol Resource Institute, Sacramento, California Center for the Study of Popular Culture (David Horowitz/head Drudge Defense Fund) Peoples Network Inc. (Chuck Harder) Abraham Lincoln Opportunity Foundation (defunct, still being audited) (Newt Gingrich) GOPAC (Newt Gingrich) H. H. Callaway Foundation (Newt Gingrich) Kennesaw State University, Georgia (Newt Gingrich) Reinhardt College, Georgia (Newt Gingrich) Bruce Bate (National Religious Broadcasters) Margie Gray (critical e-mail) Christopher Emery (fired usher) Patricia and Glenn Mendoza (shouted remark/Chicago) Kent Masterson Brown (attorney for Association of American Physicians and Surgeons) Walter Gazecki (edited documentary "Waco, the Rules of Engagement") Shelly Davis (whistleblower; author of "Unbridled Power") Joseph Farah (World Net Daily) David Horowitz, head of Drudge Defense fund Chuck Harder (People's Network Inc.) Chuck Lee (talk show) David Bresnahan (talk show) George Putnam (talk show) Grant Gillam (internet) Richard Mack
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I'll give you that. And it's well worth noting. Some blood is on his hands. But the Torch did not kill thousands just to help a friend make money. He did not pardon FALN bomb terrorists to help his wife get elected. The Torch is obviously more concerned about his public image, which might be the only difference. But that difference is crucial.
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