Wednesday, January 18, 2006

When All Else Fails

Go after Clinton. Either one, it doesn't make a difference. This of course proves that the Clintons were more corrupt than the current administration. Doesn't it?
New York Daily News - Home - Daily News Exclusive: Prober blasts Bill: "A special prosecutor's long-delayed report charges that a coverup at senior levels of the Clinton administration killed a tax fraud case against ex-cabinet member Henry Cisneros, the Daily News has learned.

David Barrett's 11-year, $23 million probe, which will be released tomorrow, states in stinging terms that this Clinton coverup succeeded.

Cisneros was forced to admit in 1999 that he had made secret payments to a mistress before serving as Clinton's secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

Barrett investigated tax fraud charges stemming from those under-the-table payments.

Then-IRS Commissioner Peggy Richardson, a close friend of Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.), was involved in efforts to quash the probe, a source close to the case alleged.

But Richardson's role was cut from Barrett's report, which went through 26 drafts, because Democratic law firm Williams & Connolly successfully pressured Barrett to remove a section of the report naming her, a source said."
You must cease examining Republican misbehavior because you might have done it first, so we have done nothing wrong that you need to know about.

I guess their parents though that tattlling was an effective method of diversion and protecting one's back. Eleven years and $23 million, what took so long? Unless you were just holding the report back because you thought you might need it to mitigate some negative circumstances?

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