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Monday, October 10, 2005


"Bugs" Moran for the defense, LOL.

Bonus: Ad hominem attack on Hollywood's little people
Louis Free is taller than DeNiro
The most precious story line this week will have to be Louis Freeh.  Last night he appeared on 60 Minutes, and pretty much trashed President Bill Clinton for being without any discernable moral compass, and taking bribes from the Saudis in the Khobar Towers coverup.  In the manner of the Kennedys, the Clinton's prevailed on CBS to include a defense of His Filthiness as part of the Freeh presentation (bwaaaaa), in the person of ... Sandy Berger!!!  The convict (currently on probation), who was last seen stealing records from the National Archives to cover up other Clinton feasances, both mis & mal.  Sandy Berger is Bill Clinton's character witness, lol.

 The best Clinton defense may be, characteristically, an attack on his accuser. Author Ronald Kessler, who wrote in his history of the FBI that Freeh was "was not competent to manage a large organization" (he hated technology: removing the computer from his office, he didn't use email and refused to allow agents access to the Internet), is making the morning television rounds, and repeating that line.  At best, however,  this translates into  "Bill Clinton, who appointed Freeh, was not competent to manage a large organization. .. blah blah blah"

Here's what we do know.  Louis Freeh was at odds with Janet Reno, arguably the most corrupt Attorney General in history, and Bill Clinton.  You tell me who was on the side of the angels.
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Comments:

"I did not vote for Obama but he is remarkable. In less than three weeks in office he has collected more than $150,000 in back taxes."
Gayle Miller
"Because I could"...

the Bill and Hillary 'con'...

Democrats love these dishonest criminals...

boy mick
nyc
 
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I guess Louie won't be commenting on this site anytime soon.
 
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Sandy ("Are those secret documents in your shorts, or are you just glad to see me?") Burglar as a character witness...do the Clintoons truly have no shame or no clue? Which is it?
 
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Both Jack, both.
 
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uh huh. See as evidence the cuneform clay tablets on which Freeeh submitted his book to the publisher.
 
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The Clintons have no shame nor can they be embarassed. While I know Freeh was devoid of testicles I condidered him fairly honest. Which was a no no in the Clinton administration. That accounts for Willie's hatred of the man.
 
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