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Posted on 11/30/2003 11:25:27 AM PST by Pokey78
Does a nod of political support count if it comes in the men's room? Sure, says Florida Republican Senate candidate Larry Klayman. It happened recently when he was in Miami. Klayman, known for his Judicial Watch suits against former President Clinton and President Bush, was washing up inside the bathroom at a general-aviation terminal when, he says, Gov. Jeb Bush walked in. "Hi, Larry," Klayman hears. "I wish you well." Turns out the two are longtime acquaintances; Bush even tried to find Klayman office space back in 1995 when he was in real estate. "He never found the space I wanted," Klayman recalls.
Equating this greeting to political support is a stretch.
Yeah, it means about as much as one of those little tin JW badges.
Oh, and no taxes paid either since JW is a "nonprofit".
I met Larry Klayman at the Inaugural Ball.
He looked at everyone like one looks at a bug.
The odds of him winning -- for this reason alone -- are low.
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