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THE REAL HILLARY CLINTON: Episode #1 - Paul Fray, F****** Jew B*st*rd
the Internet | 12-21-02 | dfu

Posted on 12/21/2002 4:25:58 PM PST by doug from upland

NOTE: the survival of our Republic is threatened by two things -- fundamentalist Islamic terrorists and Hillary Rodham Clinton. President Bush is leading the fight against the terrorists. It is up to those of us who know the real Hillary Clinton to lead the fight against her. We must shine the light of truth on this dangerous woman so that all Americans may know the real Hillary.

#1 in a series.

Hillary Clinton has again shown to be a liar without conscience. The following is from the New York Post during the 2000 Senate campaign against Rick Lazio.

Hillary Accuser Cleared in Polygraph

NEW YORK, Aug. 22 (UPI) -- The former campaign director who claimed that the first lady called him a "f---ing Jew b------" after Bill Clinton lost his race for Congress 26 years ago passed a lie-detector test arranged by the New York Post.

"I proved it today. I knew I was telling the truth all along. The truth will set you free-and I'm free of this question," Paul Fray told the New York Post after he was informed he had passed the test.

"I don't want the people in the state of New York, and particularly the Jewish community, to attach any undue significance to this," he added. "I want her to win the race. If I was a registered voter in the state of New York, I would vote for her. She will make an excellent senator."

Fray, 57, offered to take a polygraph test to prove he was not lying and the New York Post took him up and his offer and chose Jeff Hubanks, who has administered about 400 to 500 exams, from a list of accredited examiners.

"There's no doubt in my mind that Mr. Fray is truthful," said Hubanks, a state-licensed Arkansas polygrapher, who administered the three-hour test last Sunday in Little Rock, Ark..

The findings were reviewed Monday by another expert, Richard Keifer, a former head of the FBI's polygraph unit with 20 years of experience. Keifer told the Post that he judged the results "inconclusive" because they didn't meet the high federal polygraph standards -- but that he found nothing to indicate Fray was lying.

Keifer said Hubanks relied on a controversial questioning technique that isn't endorsed by the FBI but that it appeared there were no other options in this case to establish a benchmark for measuring Fray's physiological responses. He credited Hubanks for conducting a "professional exam."

Hubanks asked two similar questions to determine if Fray was being truthful about whether Hillary Clinton made the anti-Semitic remark. The questions were: "Did you hear Hillary call you a "f---ing Jew b------?" and "Did you hear Hillary call you a "f---ing Jew b------ in 1974?" Under the FBI's scoring system, Keifer said, Fray's combined answer to two questions about the slur would be evaluated as inconclusive but the rating system used by Hubanks indicated Fray's response is truthful.

"The one thing I didn't see was deception," Keifer said.

Fray's allegation first appeared last month in the book, "State of a Union: Inside the Complex Marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton," by Jerry Oppenheimer, a celebrity biographer. The book is published by HarperCollins. Oppenheimer wrote that the anti-Semitic slur was uttered by Mrs. Clinton, who was not yet married to the president, on Election night in 1974 in a fight in the back room of Bill Clinton's congressional campaign headquarters in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Fray's wife and a campaign worker, Neil McDonald, both confirmed Fray's account.

The president -- who also was present -- denied last month that his wife made the ethnic slur but conceded the first lady may have used the word "bastard."

The first lady brought the remark to the forefront of her U.S. Senate campaign in New York when she called a news conference on her Chappaqua, N.Y. front lawn last month and angrily and tearfully said "I wanted to unequivocally state it never happened."

"My policy for the last eight years has largely been just to absorb whatever insult, whatever charge, whatever accusation anybody says, and not respond because they are so outrageous and so unfair," Hillary Clinton said. "Anyone who tries to get someone else to believe this will at least have to say, 'Well, she says it's not true.' You're darn right it's not true. It's absolutely false."

Clinton's campaign declined to comment on the polygraph test results.


Three witnesses, one of whom passed a polygraph. Does anyone really believe Hillary and her husband, a known perjurer?

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1 posted on 12/21/2002 4:25:58 PM PST by doug from upland
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To: doug from upland
Great keywords, Doug!
2 posted on 12/21/2002 4:27:29 PM PST by ErnBatavia
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To: doug from upland
"I don't want the people in the state of New York, and particularly the Jewish community, to attach any undue significance to this," he added. "I want her to win the race. If I was a registered voter in the state of New York, I would vote for her. She will make an excellent senator."

If that's the way you feel, Mr. Fray, then maybe you are one of those.

3 posted on 12/21/2002 4:31:07 PM PST by jackbill
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To: doug from upland
So she called him a f*****g Jew b@st@^d, so what???? Everybody does it.

Don't they??????? <;9/>
4 posted on 12/21/2002 4:33:57 PM PST by Ditter
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To: RonDog
My first ping to you from my "list"...!!!

Oh, and Merry Christmas! (You too, Doug, I KNOW you're there. I can feel those beady little eyes, watching.....)

5 posted on 12/21/2002 4:34:40 PM PST by Brad’s Gramma
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To: doug from upland
Oh, now, it never happened because no one will ever find the polygraph results and Hillary "tearfully said 'I wanted to unequivocally state it never happened.' " Neither did the booing at the VH-1 Firemans' Concert in NYC. VH-1 has the tape to prove it.

(Of course, many who video taped the actual broadcast have a somewhat different version than what VH-1 later released on CD. Interesting how historical revisionism and Clinton seem to appear so frequently together, huh.)
6 posted on 12/21/2002 4:36:43 PM PST by TomGuy
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To: jackbill
I think it is good that he said he would vote for her. It ads to his credibility. He is not just making up a story because he is part of the VRWC to stop her. That is important.
7 posted on 12/21/2002 4:36:43 PM PST by doug from upland
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To: doug from upland
If Ms Cellulite legs were to be elected I know it is the end of this nation. Either by the people that voted for her or the transformation of government. Gang, we have just about collapsed from Bubba.
8 posted on 12/21/2002 4:39:30 PM PST by Digger
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To: doug from upland
Hillary's own racial/ethnic slur !.....

FRIDAY JULY 14, 2000 12:00:00 ET

**World Exclusive**
**Contains Graphic Description**

Hillary Clinton has angered Jewish voters in New York and nationally with her controversial support of a Palestinian State, and her startling embrace of Yasser Arafat s wife.

Questions remain, and the debate intensifies, as to whether she can win the crucial Jewish vote in New York as she wages a neck-and-neck battle with Congressman Rick Lazio, who has made the Jewish question a campaign issue.

Now, as the race comes down to the wire, a new book is set to explore the first lady s feelings about Jews and anti-Semitic sentiments held by certain Rodham family members.>Biographer Jerry Oppenheimer s new book STATE OF A UNION: INSIDE THE COMPLEX MARRIAGE OF BILL AND HILLARY CLINTON will not be released by HARPERCOLLINS until Tuesday, but the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal:

In one particularly shocking passage in the book, Oppenheimer quotes a campaign official who describes an angry attack by Hillary in which she screams at him, "You fu**ing Jew ba**ard!"

My apologies for the language, even though I did ** it out. I had to show the blatant hypocrisy.

9 posted on 12/21/2002 4:41:39 PM PST by MeekOneGOP
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To: doug from upland
"I don't want the people in the state of New York, and particularly the Jewish community, to attach any undue significance to this," he added. "I want her to win the race. If I was a registered voter in the state of New York, I would vote for her. She will make an excellent senator."

Translation: "We're not about Principles...we're all about Power."

10 posted on 12/21/2002 4:46:24 PM PST by guitfiddlist
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To: doug from upland
11 posted on 12/21/2002 5:14:53 PM PST by MonroeDNA
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To: Digger
If Ms Cellulite legs were to be elected I know it is the end of this nation. Either by the people that voted for her or the transformation of government. Gang, we have just about collapsed from Bubba.

The witch will not be President. Depend on it. "She" has plenty of dedicated opponents. We're not going to have a repeat of the Bubba years. No way.

12 posted on 12/21/2002 5:58:30 PM PST by toddst
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To: doug from upland
If Her Heinous was not caught on verifiably undoctored videotape uttering the FJB remark, there is no proof she said it. If at least a dozen people had witnessed her saying this, and ALL were willing to testify to that effect, then maybe -- MAYBE -- the charge could be made to stick.

Until then, all we have is a classic he said/she said situation. Besides, is it actually ILLEGAL to utter such an oath? Distasteful as it may be at times, I still believe in freedom of expression. What people SAY doesn't matter very much, it's what they DO that counts. Sticks and stones, and all that . . .

I don't think we conservatives should descend to the Democrats' level and play these demolition games with people's reputations. The only way to defeat "Bruno" is by being consistently BETTER than she on every possible level -- and not being afraid to point out the errors in her logic in public discourse.

This creature can only be defeated on honest INTELLECTUAL grounds. Expressing our visceral dislike for and instinctive distrust of this haughty bundle of contempt and condescension on an emotional level may feel good, but it will never persuade the fencesitters to move over to our side -- and certainly never cause our political enemies to rethink their position.

Let's try to speak softly and carry a big stick -- like our president.
13 posted on 12/21/2002 5:58:48 PM PST by Odile
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To: doug from upland
Can liberal blacks call other blacks niggers ? Of course they can. The Jews in New York overlooked it and so will the rest of the liberals.
14 posted on 12/21/2002 6:03:44 PM PST by John Lenin
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To: Odile
Your sentiments are nice, however, we are not dealing with someone who plays by any rules except her own. Unless she is shown for what she is, she could actually fool enough people to get to the White House (again).
15 posted on 12/21/2002 6:06:30 PM PST by doug from upland
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16 posted on 12/21/2002 6:35:38 PM PST by doug from upland
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To: doug from upland; Mia T
In a related incident, at a birthday party for aging terrorist Yassar Arafat, the former First Lady told the Palestinian leader that she was proud that her party backed Black September and that if the PLO had won back in 1972, "We wouldn't be having all this trouble in the Middle East."

Mr. Arafat agreed, but generously conceded that if his uncle's patron had won in 1945, the whole problem would have been solved forever.
17 posted on 12/22/2002 8:06:49 AM PST by Lonesome in Massachussets
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To: Lonesome in Massachussets
Thou art arm'd that hath thy crook'd schemers straight.
Cudgel thy brains no more, the clinton plots are great.

Mia T, On Neutered and Neutering,

by Mia T and Edward Zehr (EZ)


evidence of consciousness of guilt
at Ron Brown's funeral
YOO-HOO Mrs. clinton:







Hardball's Softball hillary clinton 'Interview'


BUSH: "I will not wait on events, while dangers gather."



utter failure

 rodham-clinton reality-check

Democrat Debacle of '02



18 posted on 12/22/2002 9:10:00 AM PST by Mia T
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To: doug from upland


clintonism and the theology of contempt

by Mia T

Let us hope that the rabbi's question was merely rhetorical. . . Let us hope that Rabbi Potasnik, and by extension, New York Jews, are not as credulous and obsequious and passive as they appear. . .
The simple answer to the rabbi's question is that the corrupt, self-serving, anti-Semitic, power-hungry harpy cannot be trusted.
Weren't we to never forget?
The Holocaust must remain, for Jew and gentile alike, a constant reminder that mass credulity and obsequiousness and passivity are necessary for the demagogue to prevail.
To remember that six million Jews died in the Holocaust is to understand that centuries of anti-Semitic attitudes made this horror possible. We must ask ourselves what role our society played through the centuries that in any way contributed to the atmosphere that made such a genocide even thinkable.
Which brings me to the clintons and clintonism. . .
Senator Patrick Moynihan proffered one of the more incisive operant definitions of clintonism -- "defining deviancy down."
Defining deviancy down, indeed.
clintonism has made personal and public perversions, personal and public predations, not merely thinkable, not merely acceptable, but de rigueur. (Watch us spin.}
clintonism is the theology of contempt. Not merely toward "F___ing Jew-bastards" or "lazy niggers" or "extra-chromosome right-wingers" but toward any of us whose ideas are different from those of the clintons, Gore, and their acolytes.
So the real question to be answered is this:
"What fair-minded, clear-thinking person would want to continue
with its theology of contempt?
What fair-minded, clear-thinking person would vote for hillary clinton or Al Gore?"
Anti-Semitic Double Standard
hillary clinton: "f---ing Jew bastard."
BOTH clintons: "Jew motherf----er"
John LeBoutillier Monday July 17, 2000
All Americans -- not just Jewish Americans -- should be angered and ashamed over Hillary Clinton's blatant anti-Semitism. There is a huge double standard in the media and among leading Jews when it comes to the insults and abusive language used by Democrats toward Jews.
Let's examine a few facts: Hillary Clinton called a 1974 Clinton campaign worker whose father was Jewish a "f---ing Jew bastard." That has been confirmed by two people -- the wife of the man and a campaign worker. But now we learn -- read it in's Inside Cover -- that both Bill and Hillary repeatedly used anti-Jewish
slurs when they engaged each other in loud, horrible squabbles. The term "Jew mother----er" was frequently hurled about the Arkansas governor's mansion.
And on top of that we have the now-famous scene from last fall when Hillary Clinton kissed Suha Arafat, wife of PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat, on the cheek after Mrs. Arafat had charged that Israel was intentionally poisoning the drinking water that flowed to the Palestinian encampments.
Do you believe that this clear anti-Semitic and anti-Israel record -- if it belonged to a Republican -- would disqualify that person from winning election to the U.S. Senate?
Do you have any doubt that the leaders of Jewish organizations and the anti-defamation movement would castigate any Republican with such a deplorable record?
Do you have any doubt that the national news media would absolutely destroy any Republican who made even one anti-Semitic statement -- let alone the many uttered by the Clintons?
It is clear that there are two standards at work here: one for Democrats and an entirely different one for Republicans.
Jewish Americans, like African-Americans, for the past 50 years or so have become the bedrock base of the Democratic coalition. And, just like the African-Americans, they have allowed themselves to be taken advantage of by the Democrat Party. The Jewish vote is taken for granted by Democrats running for office. The Jewish voters allow themselves to be monopolized by one party.
The shame of it is that the Republican Party has done more to protect the state of Israel, perhaps the single greatest concern of Jewish voters. In 1973 during the Yom Kippur War it was President Nixon who airlifted huge amounts of arms and aid to Israel. And it was Nixon who warned Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev not to put combat troops anywhere near Israel.
Prime Minister Golda Meir said at that time that President Nixon was "the greatest friend Israel ever had."
Similarly, it was President Ronald Reagan who came to Israel's rescue in the 1980s when cross-border shelling from Lebanon threatened Israel.
And who can forget the Iraqi Scuds threatening Israel during the 1991 Gulf War? Again a Republican president, George Bush, put American Patriot missiles and crews inside Israel until the hostilities ceased.
None of this is to suggest that Democrats have not also stood with Israel through thick and thin; they have. But their more pacifist approach to conflict is at direct odds with what is best for Israel's security.
The long-held Republican-conservative view of "peace through strength" has also been Israel's mantra since its creation 50 years ago.
Now we come to Hillary Clinton's campaign for U.S. Senate in New York.
Prominent Jews, including former Mayor Ed Koch, have leapt to her defense despite these abhorrent slurs against all Jews. So has Abe Foxman, the head of the Jewish Anti-Defamation League. They have lost their credibility when they defend someone who has made such disgusting and insulting comments.
By defending Hillary that have diminished the shame that ought to be attached to such language.
The Clintons are Ivy League law school graduates. They are masters of the clever and precise use of language. But, in reality, they are the lowest form of white trash we have ever seen on the national stage.
Their words and their behavior say it all.
They are a disgrace to us all.

Bill Backs Hil's Denial
He says no slur made to aide

Daily News Managing Editor

resident Clinton came to his wife's defense yesterday, denying that she called a campaign aide a "f-----g Jew bastard" in 1974.

In two telephone calls to the Daily News from the Camp David Middle East summit, including one to Mortimer B. Zuckerman, the paper's chairman and co-publisher, the President said, "I was there and [Hillary] never said it. In 29 years, my wife has never, ever uttered an ethnic or racial slur against anybody, ever. She's so straight on this, she squeaks.

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Hillary Rodham Clinton held press conference outside of Chappaqua home yesterday, where she repeated she did not utter anti-Semitic slur in 1974.

"She might have called him a bastard," Clinton continued. "I wouldn't rule that out. She's never claimed that she was pure on profanity. But I've never heard her tell a joke with an ethnic connotation. She's so fanatic about it. She can't tell an ethnic joke &emdash; it's not in her."

Seeking to discredit reports of the First Lady's remarks, the President said, "This is part of a pattern. They couldn't defeat me politically, and they can't defeat her politically, so they go after us personally.

"Every Jew in America is nervous about the Middle East, and this comes out at this time," Clinton added.

"There was a New York Times story last week where [Rep. Rick] Lazio's people said if she can be made the issue, maybe we can squeak by by 20,000 votes. They know if they have to go head to head with her on stature, on accomplishment and on her record, they lose. So the only thing they have left is character assassination."

(There is no evidence that Lazio or any Republican entity has been involved in surfacing the story of Clinton's alleged anti-Semitic slur.)

The First Lady herself held a press conference at her Chappaqua home yesterday and repeated her earlier denials.

"I want to state unequivocally that it never happened and very clearly point out that it goes against my entire life," she said.

"In the past, I may have called someone a name, but I have never used ethnic, racial, anti-Semitic, bigoted, discriminatory, prejudiced accusations against anybody. I've never done it. I've never thought it. So why people are accusing me of this is certainly beyond my understanding.

"This kind of false accusation, which is intended to divide people, is beyond the pale."

Hillary Clinton's campaign has been rocked by the allegation in a new book by former National Enquirer reporter Jerry Oppenheimer titled "State of the Union: Inside the Complex Marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton."

The Jewish vote is crucial in any New York election, and is particularly vital in the close race between Clinton and her GOP challenger, Rep. Rick Lazio of Suffolk County.

The slur allegedly was uttered at a heated, finger-pointing session at Bill Clinton's Fayetteville, Ark., campaign headquarters on election night in 1974, following his defeat in his first try for political office, a run for Congress in Arkansas' 3rd Congressional District.

In the room that night were Bill Clinton; his then-girlfriend, Hillary Rodham; Paul Fray, Clinton's campaign manager, and Fray's wife, Mary Lee. Another campaign worker, Neill McDonald, was just outside the door and says he heard everything.

The story of that encounter has been widely reported before, but without any charge that Hillary Rodham ripped into Paul Fray using an anti-Semitic slur.

In interviews with The News on Friday and Saturday, the Frays and McDonald all confirmed that Hillary uttered the slur. McDonald said Hillary was speaking in the "heat of battle" and that he doesn't believe she is an anti-Semite. McDonald added that he is and has always been a supporter of the Clintons.

In his talks with The News, the President went out of his way to try to discredit Oppenheimer, Paul Fray and the most disinterested of the witnesses, McDonald.

Clinton dismissed Oppenheimer's credibility because he had worked for a supermarket tabloid.

The President said Paul Fray had begun to display "irrational behavior" during the '74 campaign. "It really got bad," Clinton said, "and he and Hillary somehow got in a fight. There was never a racial slur. If she were an anti-Semite, which she is not, it would never have occurred to her to say anything like that to him" &emdash; a reference to the fact that Fray is not Jewish.

McDonald, the President said, was a business failure who had to move to Dallas to work for his brother because "no one else would hire him."

The Clinton campaign has sought to dismiss the entire episode by pointing out that Fray isn't Jewish. But Fray says his paternal grandmother was, and that Bill Clinton knew of his heritage.

The President told The News he didn't believe he knew that Fray had a Jewish grandparent and added, "I'm quite sure Hillary knows nothing about that."

Both Hillary Clinton's campaign and the President have questioned why so inflammatory a charge has come to light 26 years after the slur was allegedly delivered.

Fray has told conflicting stories. He first told The News that he shared the story with journalists over the years, but that they had ignored it because they were more interested in Fray's confirming details of Bill Clinton's sexcapades.

But on Saturday, Fray told The News that he hadn't mentioned the slur to anyone until he spoke with Oppenheimer because the writer and the writer's wife are Jewish, adding: "I decided to set the record straight about who the [Clintons] really are."

In recent days, Hillary Clinton has come under renewed fire for her embrace of Yasser Arafat's wife in November and for her tardy condemnation of Suha Arafat's claim that Israel had used poison gas against Palestinian women and children.

With Edward Lewine and Emily Gest

Original Publication Date: 7/17/00

Hillary Accused of '74 Anti-Semitic Slur (7/15/00)




Hillary Clinton who has escaped through more "gates"
than a runaway pooch, needs Houdini to get her out of
this one.
Now, of course, as she faces ignominy over
"Bastard-gate" she can quickly make us born-again
If I were her right now, I'd be moving my tiny legs with
great haste to get to a lawyer and immediately file suit
for libel.
In that way, we will be convinced that Jerry
Oppenheimer, Paul Fray, his wife Mary Lee Fray,
former campaign worker Neil McDonald, and
HarperCollins are "lying bastards."
Think of the money you would get out of this libel suit,
Hillary. You would be able to underwrite Bill's legal fees
for proven lying and - as we know because we believe
everything you say - Bill is the only liar in the family.
The Clintonistas are making great hay out of the fact
that Oppenheimer was a former National Enquirer
reporter, which is supposed to a be code word for
It's a case of nudge-nudge, wink-wink, the National
Enquirer syndrome - "They make up stories."
As Mr. Howard Wolfson, Hillary's attack pup, makes
much of this, I give him fair and honest warning:
For the past two weeks I have done a lot of research on
The Enquirer, and 27 years ago, because of the
particular journalism I was involved in, I had a lot of
reason to know how Enquirer reporters work:
(A) Then and now, their fact-checking department was
the most Draconian organization since the old KGB.
They would work overtime to catch out a reporter in the
tiniest, most minuscule error.
(B) Their modus operandi taught to them by the late
Gene Pope is to always keep something up your sleeve
other than your arms.
Don't believe me? Ask one-time presidential candidate
Gary Hart who had the misfortune to challenge an
Enquirer reporter about his wandering eye. Oh, shucks.
Mr. Wolfson, if Hillary didn't say anything to do with
allegations of "Bastard-gate," legal action is an absolute
Of course, it is one thing not remembering where your
missing legal billing files over Whitewater were for two
years, it is one thing to emotionally and financially ravage
Billy Ray Dale in Travelgate, but it is just something else
to allegedly call someone "f- - -ing Jew bastard" when
there are three impeccable witnesses.
Dick Morris, a former Clinton aide, someone who was
born a Jew, recalls a time when the hairs of anger stood
up on the back of his neck.
He was discussing with Mrs. Clinton consulting fees,
fees which he'd earned working for the Clintons.
"She said: 'That's all you people care about is money,'"
Morris told Tony Snow of Fox News yesterday.
Morris got more than a little drift of a perceived ethnic
slur but he was gracious enough to give Hillary a "gate"
to escape from.
"I presume you mean, when you mention 'you people,'
you are talking about political consultants," Morris
"Oh, yes, yes, yes," stuttered Hillary. Of course, in
fairness, she may have been talking about political
consultants. Dick Morris is not necessarily convinced.
Hillary could not get out of that pathetic moment when
she was caught on camera embracing Suha Arafat after
Yasser's wife had accused Israelis of poisoning Arab
Now try to get out of this one.
Wayne Barrett's book on Rudy Giuliani revealed that he
had "goodfellas" in his family tree (and so do I).
Rudy should not have even batted an eyelid. If he was
embarrassed, the reason escapes me. He should have
said: "Hey, you never asked me. I can tell you a lot more
than that."
So today, we should give Hillary a second chance.
Maybe you do remember that meeting after reflection.
Because I give you fair warning. Because Mr.
Oppenheimer and the commandos from whom he has
learned his craft have a little more up their sleeves than
their arms.




Hillary a Jew Hater?

New Book Confirms NewsMax Scoop
Published: 7/14/00 Author: Carl Limbacher and Staff

A new book on the marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton confirms charges first made to last September by Arkansas state trooper Larry Patterson, who alleged that the first lady is no stranger to anti-Semitic outbursts, especially when she gets angry.

Trooper Patterson was bodyguard to the Clintons from 1986 to 1993.

"It was quite common," Patterson told executive editor Christopher Ruddy, for Hillary to refer to Bill as a "Jew mother-f----r" or a "Jew Bastard" during heated arguments. Bill would return fire in kind, the Clinton bodyguard said.

Patterson made the revelations in a two-hour audiotape, "More than Sex: The Secrets of Bill and Hillary Clinton Revealed!" published by

Now a new book by Jerry Oppenheimer - "State of the Union: Inside the Complex Marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton" - backs up Patterson's charge in spades.

"In one particularly shocking passage," reported cybersleuth Matt Drudge on Friday, "Oppenheimer quotes a campaign official who describes an angry attack in which Hillary screams at him, 'You f---king Jew Bastard!'"

Two sourced eyewitnesses confirmed to Oppenheimer that they heard the verbal assault, says Drudge.

"One anti-Semitic slur slung in anger hardly defines a person," Oppenheimer reportedly cautions.

But again, Patterson alleged that such incidents were "quite common" in the Clinton household.

That observation finds support in the revelations of one-time Clinton insider Dick Morris, who told Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity in November about another disurbing incident with distinctly anti-Semitic overtones.

Here's how covered Morris' bombshell at the time:

One-time White House political guru Dick Morris alleged Thursday night that first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton once insulted him by suggesting that, as a Jew, he was obsessed by money.

"That's all you people care about is money!" Mrs. Clinton shouted, after Morris requested a pay raise during a meeting while Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas. Morris, who is Jewish by birth, told Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" that Hillary's anti-Semitic outburst came as she "exploded in anger" over his request.

Morris says his account of Hillary's anti-Jewish insult will be included in Gail Sheehy's upcoming biography of the first lady, "Hillary's Choice."

The former Clinton confidant detailed two separate examples to Fox News Channel illustrating Mrs. Clinton's apparent personal discomfort with Jews. Jewish voters comprise a significant portion of the electorate in New York - a state the first lady hopes to represent in the U.S. Senate.

Hours before his appearance on Fox, questioned Morris on Sean Hannity's WABC radio show. When asked about the account of former Clinton bodyguard Larry Patterson, who alleged in September that fights between Bill and Hillary would often degenerate into shouting matches laced with anti-Semitic vulgarities, Morris, a Fox consultant, promised he would address the issue on "Hannity & Colmes."

The mainstream press has completely ignored Patterson's charge that both Clintons privately indulged in bigoted and hateful language.

But now, with Patterson's claims bolstered by Morris' twin anecdotes, questions about Mrs. Clinton's true feelings toward Jews may be more difficult to dismiss.

Morris' account appears here verbatim for the first time in print:

HANNITY: Let's talk about this new book that's coming out about the Clintons by Gail Sheehy. You were interviewed for it and the questions about charges of anti-Semitism by the Clintons. What did you tell her?

MORRIS: Well, I'm not going to draw conclusions - it concerned Hillary, not Bill. And I'm not prepared to draw a conclusion as to whether she's anti-Semitic or not. I will just present you with the facts that I gave Gail Sheehy.


MORRIS: I'm Jewish. And I would often go to the governor's mansion and I would often have dinner with them. And it was kind of a joke. Every time before dinner, Hillary would take me aside and say, "Dick, I'm sorry. We're having pork. I just wasn't thinking about it." And I would say, "It's OK, Hillary, I don't mind pork." And the third and the fourth time, I finally said, "You've asked me this four times. I eat pork. I like pork." So we joked about it, we kidded about it.

Then about a year later, I was having a meeting in the breakfast room in the governor's mansion with Betsy [Wright, Clinton's then-chief of staff] - Hillary, Bill and me. And Bill and I were fighting about my fee. I was pushing for more money.

HANNITY: That's something a good consultant would do.

MORRIS: And Hillary was upset because of the limited income they had to live with and that I was making so much money from their campaign. And she was getting really annoyed at me for the battle. And she exploded in anger and I'll just quote her. She said:

"That's all you people care about is money!"

And I backed up. And I said, "Hillary, I assume by 'you people,' you mean political consultants.

And she said, "Yeah, yeah, that's what I meant, political consultants."

And I said, "I'm glad to hear that."




New York Post
Published: 7/15/00

Jewish voters appear to have serious issues with Hillary Clinton - and revelations in an about-to-be-published book certainly won't help her in that regard.

We'll reserve judgment on the book - columnist John Podhoretz addresses it on the facing page. But as for the rest of Clinton's problem, this much seems clear: She apparently believes that enough time has gone by for voters to have forgotten exactly what happened when she sat silently by while Yasser Arafat's wife, Suha, accused Israel of deliberately poisoning Palestinian women and children.

Given her latest public account of her shameful behavior, the first lady clearly is trying to rewrite history.

During a campaign stop at a Queens Jewish center Thursday, Mrs. Clinton defended her initial indifference to Suha Arafat's abominable blood libel, saying she had "responded appropriately as the first lady of the United States" but insisting she'd been given a mistranslation of Mrs. Arafat's remarks.

Only after she left Israel, said Mrs. Clinton, did she learn what Mrs. Arafat had said, and then "immediately when I found out about the alternative translation I condemned it."


The precise wording of Mrs. Arafat's remarks were apparent immediately to all the journalists covering Hillary's West Bank trip last November. That's why they tried immediately to question the first lady about her reaction. But Mrs. Clinton wasn't available to the press - not in Ramallah, where the event took place, and not hours later, in Tel Aviv. Indeed, her security detail repeatedly whisked her away as soon as the press closed in.

No one - ourselves included - suggested that she create an embarrassing public incident by rebuking Suha Arafat to her face, although the PLO leader's wife certainly deserved it. What was troubling was the length of time it took for Mrs. Clinton to say anything at all. That, and the fact that what she eventually said was tepid and condescending.

Twelve hours after the initial brouhaha, Mrs. Clinton issued a statement simply calling on Israelis and Palestinians alike to refrain from "excessive rhetoric" - a bizarre exercise in unjustified moral equivalence.

Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak was demanding that the remarks be "bitterly condemned." And Jewish leaders remained troubled by Mrs. Clinton's lack of a response, insisting that the Arafat remarks "can't be allowed to stand unanswered."

Not until the following day - when the White House, which had condemned the Arafat remarks - apparently sent word that she had screwed up, Mrs. Clinton did issue another statement. This one said only that those interested in Mideast peace "should refrain from inflammatory rhetoric and from baseless accusations."

Again, no mention of Suha Arafat. And, more importantly, no specific condemnation of her unconscionable lies. Just a mild reproach to anyone using "inflammatory rhetoric."

It's bad enough that Mrs. Clinton is trying to mislead the voters and paper over the fact that she never explicitly condemned Suha Arafat's infamous libels. That she still doesn't recognize just how unacceptable her handling of the entire incident was speaks directly to what kind of senator she would be.

Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign staff blames
"inaccurate, misleading" press coverage for frustrating
the first lady's attempts to win over Jewish voters,
according to a memo obtained by The Post.
Outlining an increased effort to deal with "these
problems," Karen Adler, Clinton's top adviser on Jewish
affairs, complains in the memo about what she charges
are slights by the media - and says opponent Rick Lazio
enjoys better treatment.
The two-page memo was given to The Post by a Jewish
Democratic official who said he's concerned that
"whining, carping and kvetching" about newspaper
articles is not the way for Clinton to make strides with
"The campaign's attitude is, 'If only the media treated us
better, we wouldn't have these problems,'" the official
"That's just not true. They are in a bunker - it's a siege
Adler claimed that recently in the Jewish and general
media in New York, Clinton has:
* Been unfairly linked to PLO chief Yasser Arafat by
reports that the first lady attended a campaign
fund-raiser at the home of Hani Masri, an Arafat friend.
Adler complained the press has failed to note that Masri
also is close to Israelis and American Jewish bigwigs.
* Received scant media attention for her initial call that
the Iranian Jews who were on trial for spying be freed.
"The Jewish newspapers did not report her efforts at this
time," Adler says.
* Gotten no credit for refusing to share the
Independence Party line with Pat Buchanan, who has
been accused of anti-Semitism, while Lazio said he
would run on a ticket with Buchanan.
"Unfortunately, none of the Anglo-Jewish newspapers
around the state praised Hillary or challenged her
opponent on this," claims the June 28 memo, which
seeks to enlist Jewish supporters to speak out for
The disclosure of the memo comes as a new poll from
Quinnipiac College shows Clinton backed by only 54
percent of Jewish voters - well below the 67 percent
that is a benchmark for Democratic candidates in New
The Jewish official said the Clinton campaign - rather
than complaining about the press - must address policy
issues of concern to the Jewish community, such as
Middle East peace.
Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson said only, "Mrs.
Clinton has been working tirelessly to earn the support of
Jewish New Yorkers and will continue to do so."

Mrs. Clinton was out of earshot at the time; once she got the heads-up from Engel, she criticized "an earlier speaker" for "divisive remarks."
Hillary Does another Suha Arafat:
Meets with Al Sharpton and his band of anti-Semites
She has boned up on New York state issues and she is ready to take on
New York's Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is expected to be a very tough
Republican opponent in the November 2000 election. In taking stands that
favor the constituents she hopes to woo, she often has run afoul of
national policies, particularly in terms of the Middle East. She also
has shown a naivete in failing to steer clear of explosive issues.
---Helen Thomas, Hillary's Moving Out
Listen to Jewish Dem Blast HRC & DEM Supporters!
Says HRC Became Arafat's Accomplice!
This occurred last Wednesday, but the show didn't make it
to their archive until today. It is not the person Rush referred to
today. I think this one is much better as the Brooklyn Democratic
Councilman not only blasts Hillary, but any Democrat who
supports her. It's a hoot.
Go to:
2:14:35 into the Nov 17 Show.
The conversation goes on for quite some time, but you'll get the
flavor of the conversation in the first minute. (And if you have any
doubt that this guy is a bona fide Democrat, start about five minutes
earlier to hear his socialist views on ATM fees - which his host
rejects BTW.)
--posted by ML/NJ
A great find by ML/NJ.

The Brooklyn Democratic Councilman proffers a powerful argument, namely that the primary function of the Arafat speech was to foment hatred of Jews, to create a new generation of Jew-hating Arab terrorists and that by saying nothing right there and then, hillary clinton became Arafat's witting accomplice.



[NOTE: Parse hillary clinton's belated comments. Do it very carefully. You will soon realize that her pathetic, overnight-polled, despicable clintonian parsing does not condemn Arafat's statements. Nor does it even indicate that Arafat's statements are false.]---Mia T

First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's brief visit to the West Bank yesterday ignited new Middle East tensions when she sat silently as Yasser Arafat's wife accused the Israelis of gassing Palestinians.

Mayor Giuliani, Clinton's likely Senate opponent, blasted her inaction - and the first lady last night issued a statement trying to minimize the fallout.

The incident began in Ramallah when hostess Suha Arafat, with Clinton by her side, stunned the first lady and infuriated Israeli officials with a shocking claim that the Jewish state had systematically used toxic gas to poison Palestinian women and children.

"It is important to point out here the severe damage caused by the intensive daily use of poison gas by the Israeli forces in the past years which has led to an increase of cancer cases among Palestinian women and children," Arafat said.

At an event to announce a $4 million U.S. health grant, Arafat also charged that Israel had contaminated about 80 percent of water sources used by Palestinians with "chemical materials."

Clinton sat stone-faced during the remarks, which she listened to as they were translated from Arabic. She also was expressionless when another Palestinian official said provocatively that he looked forward to seeing her soon in the state of Palestine and "its capital city of Jerusalem."

A spokesman for Giuliani quickly leapt on Clinton for not responding.

"I can't believe that Mayor Giuliani would have sat idly by and said nothing," said Giuliani political aide Bruce Teitelbaum.

"I can say with a great degree of certainty that Mayor Giuliani would have responded to that kind of rhetoric swiftly and firmly."

Clinton issued a short statement last night from Jordan, saying, "What was said today in Ramallah is an example of why the president [had] urged the parties to refrain from making inflammatory charges or engaging in excessive rhetoric and to deal with any issues at the negotiating table."

Officials believe Yasser Arafat must have OK'd his wife's speech and the Israel-bashing tone of the entire event.

Suha Arafat's comments about poison gas - in a country filled with Holocaust survivors - were immediately blasted by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, who is involved in intensive peace talks with Yasser Arafat.

"These comments have of course no connection to reality and it would have been better if they would have never been said," Barak's office said in a statement.

"Poisoning the public atmosphere does not help bring about success in these negotiations."

American Jewish leaders didn't fault her for ignoring Suha Arafat's charges, but said she should strongly condemn them now that her West Bank visit is over.

"I would like to see the first lady address the comments," said Malcolm Honlein, head of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. "They can't be allowed to stand unanswered."

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Don't lose
Your head
To gain a minute
You need your head
Your brains are in it.
--an old roadside ad, Pushme-Pullyou

19 posted on 12/22/2002 9:36:03 AM PST by Mia T
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To: Lonesome in Massachussets
Excellent. Very Lottesque, n'est-ce pas?

Is this verbatim? Do you perchance have original sources?

20 posted on 12/22/2002 10:25:34 AM PST by Mia T
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