Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Clinton's Burglar

From RealClearPolitics.com comes
Sandy Berger: What Did He Take And Why Did He Take It?
by Ronald A. Cass.

It's a good piece that questions the lack of MSM interest in a case that eclipses or, at the very least, rivals Watergate.

I find it especially infuriating today when jury selection began for the trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby.


birdwoman said...

What really, really kills me with this story is that all these books are coming out, tuesday afternoon quarterbacking our response to 9/11 and this issue is totally ignored by 90% of the population. Nixon had watergate, a stupid theft, and that's all he's known for. Clinton has Sandy, and people have "I miss Bill" bumper stickers.

I say it to my kids, but sometimes it really comes home: life's not fair.


cube said...

This is caused by a press that is no longer interested in ferreting out the truth, unless it involves making the Republicans look bad.

Clinton's tactics of "deny, deceive, & distract" are not reported, or are mentioned once, and then it's old news.

As Mr. Cass mentions in the article,
had Monica not kept the dress, the whole thing would've been considered a figment of her imagination and the press would've been gleefully onboard.

Free press? No way. I know they'll deny this vehemently, but the press has become an arm of the Democratic Party.

Brooke said...

The press are carrying water for the Dems. It's a monopoly of knowledge and it ought to be broken.

cube said...

brooke: that's true, but it's easier said than done.

The MSM manipulates reality. Most people just don't have the time to research, analyze, and then question every article & every image, e.g., the
Jefferson koran.

It's like scraping away at a mountain when all you've got is a spoon.