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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

What's Hillary trying to hide?

The Los Angeles Times reports that Hillary Clinton's papers in her husband's Presidential archives are unlikely to be released until after the 2008 elections.
Political consultants said that if Hillary Clinton's records were made public, rivals would mine them for scraps of information that might rattle her campaign.

"Those files -- that's the mother lode of opposition research," said Ray McNally, a Republican political consultant in Sacramento. "Opposition researchers would be very hungry to see what's there." Robert Shrum, senior political strategist in Democratic Sen. John F. Kerry's 2004 presidential campaign, said: "In 2 million pieces of paper, would opposition researchers hope to find one where she wrote a memo saying, 'I wish I'd never gotten involved in healthcare?' Sure. That's what they'd love to find."

At the Clinton library overlooking the Arkansas River, federal archivists clad in protective smocks are sorting through 80 million pages of records and another 20 million e-mails from a Clinton presidency that ended in January 2001. About 2 million of those pages concern the first lady's office.
I'd like to see what she said about the picture below, and whether she admitted to lying when she claimed that she didn't know what her friend Suha had said immediately before the kiss:


At 1:21 AM, Blogger Rock Solid said...

they'll never find anything in the papers...it's like you said if you don't know what she did by now...you'll never find out...she's not deserving...


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