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  • Hillary: Most Republicans ‘Cowards, Spineless Enablers’; ‘Literally Sick To My Stomach’ Thinking Of Trump Win

    10/26/2020 5:20:04 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 166 replies
    Daily Wire ^ | 26 Oct 2020 | Amanda Prestigiacomo
    Twice-failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called most Republicans “cowards” and “spineless enablers” for supporting President Donald Trump, who defeated Clinton during the 2016 presidential election with zero political experience. According to a report by Axios, Clinton told New York Times Opinion podcast host Kara Swisher on Sunday that “most Republicans are going to want to close the page” and “want to see [Trump] gone as much as we do, but they can’t say it publicly.” Most Republicans, Clinton claimed, “have been cowards, spineless enablers” of the president. The former secretary of state also said it makes her “literally sick”...
  • Mr. Cleanface’s Dirty Laundry: Harry Reid’s Mob Money

    01/20/2006 9:09:35 AM PST · by Fedora · 77 replies · 14,574+ views
    Original FReeper research | 01/20/2006 | Fedora
    Mr. Cleanface’s Dirty Laundry: Harry Reid’s Mob MoneyBy Fedora “I’ve gotta Cleanface in my pocket,” boasted Kansas City Mafia representative Joe Agosto, unaware the FBI was monitoring his conversation (reproduced loosely in the movie Casino). FBI surveillance of Mafia gambling operations in Las Vegas in the late 1970s picked up Agosto making references to an individual he codenamed “Mr. Cleanface” and “Mr. Gillette”. Agosto’s conversations mentioned Mr. Cleanface was close to Nevada Governor-Elect Robert List. After turning state’s evidence, Agosto claimed that Mr. Cleanface was Harry Reid, then chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission and sporting a cleanshaven, boyish look....
  • Coelho blames Kerry woes on internal campaign strife

    09/15/2004 10:14:08 PM PDT · by kattracks · 27 replies · 552+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 9/16/04 | Donald Lambro
    There is a civil war going on in Sen. John Kerry's campaign organization that has produced a weak, inconsistent message and election strategy, veteran Democratic adviser Tony Coelho charged yesterday.     "There is nobody in charge, and you have these two teams that are generally not talking to each other," said Mr. Coelho, who managed Al Gore's presidential bid in the early stages of the 2000 campaign until he resigned because of ill health.     Mr. Coelho said the Kerry campaign has been seriously hampered by internal squabbling between campaign manager Mary Beth Cahill, brought in earlier this year, and senior...
  • Gore Campaign Declined Bush Guard Story

    09/22/2004 12:09:35 AM PDT · by conservative in nyc · 1 replies · 270+ views
    AP via Yahoo! ^ | 09/20/04 | Matt Kelley
    WASHINGTON - Former Vice President Al Gore (news - web sites)'s presidential campaign heard but did not pursue allegations about George W. Bush's Air National Guard service, similar to the information in discredited documents aired by CBS News this month, a former campaign official said Tuesday. Tony Coelho, who ran the campaign for several months in 2000, said he did not follow up on the claims because they were not serious enough to demand further attention. "Of everyone I talked to, no one had anything that rose to the level that we should get ourselves into," Coelho said. CBS and...
  • Kerry getting Gored? Democrats fear 2000 deja vu

    05/01/2004 2:11:59 AM PDT · by Prince Charles · 63 replies · 816+ views
    The Times (N.W. Indiana)` ^ | 5-1-2004 | RON FOURNIER
    Kerry getting Gored? ELECTION 2004: Democrats fear 2000 deja vu: Kerry candidacy looks like Al Gore's An AP News Analysis By RON FOURNIER AP Political Writer WASHINGTON -- It's a recurring nightmare for Democratic strategist Tony Coelho -- the party's presidential candidate portrayed as a flip-flopping opportunist, ill-served by a strife-torn staff. It happened in 2000, when Coelho ran Al Gore's campaign. Now, it's happening to John Kerry. Democratic leaders fear he's getting "Gored." "What the Kerry people don't understand is, it's succeeding," Coelho said. Scores of Kerry supporters like the former California congressman say their initial response is to...