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From: lparker@NOSPAM.emory.edu (Lloyd Parker)
Subject: Re: [NEWS]: Probe: U.S. Knew of Jet Terror Plots
Date: 23 Sep 2002 17:52:03 GMT
Organization: Emory University
NNTP-Posting-Date: 23 Sep 2002 17:52:03 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Fred J. McCall wrote:
>email@example.com (David Thornley) wrote:
>:In article ,
>:Fred J. McCall wrote:
>:>:>All been hashed over so many times that it's old news. No matter
>:>:>hard you leftists try to stir this particular pot, nobody cares.
>:>:As long as you Clinton-haters still regurgitate old lies, I will
>:>:continue to remind you of the truth about Bush.
>:>Nobody has to LIE about Clinton. There are so many TRUTHS that
>:>is ever going to run out.
>:However, the media was much happier about reporting unpleasant
>:about Clinton than about Bush.
>Not that I've noticed.
>:Ever wonder who the civilians were on the Greenville's controls when
>:it sunk that Japanese school boat? I'd bet that some, if not all,
>:were Bush campaign contributors. I haven't heard a thing about it.
>There were no civilians "on the control". There were civilians IN
>CONTROL ROOM. That's very, very different.
>:So why was the media so insistent that the Clintons were renting
>:out the White House to contributors and not probing into Bush
>:contributors possibly killing people?
>Possibly because the media knows it can't fabricate the sort of lie
>you just did and get away with it.
>:>Yes, Lloyd. You and Hillary are no doubt sure that all Bill's
>:>problems are fabrications by the Vast Anti-Arkansas Right Wing
>:>Conspiracy. It was a great defense right up until the FBI analyzed
>:>the cum-stained dress. Suddenly Bill was willing to talk. He
>:>willing to tell the truth, but he was willing to talk.
>:Clinton was certainly not somebody I'd hold up as a role model, but
>:that whole thing was blown way out of proportion.
>Perjury by a sitting President was "blown way out of proportion"?
Sigh. Clinton was never charged with perjury, much less convicted of
>Clinton's own wife worked very hard to impeach a President where that
>was one of the charges.
>:Nor were Clinton's business dealings worse than, say, Cheney's.
>Let's wait and see on that one, shall we?
You right-wingers didn't cut Clinton that slack.
And where's the outrage over Bush letting contributors stay at the
White House? Hypocrite.
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