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I have an answer for this question: "For instance, what cases were the fired U.S. Attorneys working on? "
And the answer is numbers 6 and 7 on your list.
[Queue Carson] Karnak: give me the envelop Ed, the question: What is Whitewater, and why are so many people associated with it in prison or dead?"
Not to mention Castle Grande (sp) or cattle futures...
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Well, it seems most of us know the truth or read of it right here and we often echo that all over the net, but out there in real life it’s the lie that so often stands.. why that is I’m not sure..but I’d bet the MSM and the Clinton/Rat Machine has something to do with that.. and an ineffectual GOP response.
David D. Freudenthal: Wyoming Governor, Democrat - Career Paths: How They Got Where They Are - politics United States - Biography
In 1994, Freudenthal was appointed by President Clinton to be U.S. Attorney for Wyoming, a position he held until May 2001, when he left office to campaign for governor. Republican Gov. Jim Geringer, who had held office for eight years, was term-limited.
Freudenthal appeared to be an underdog in the race, as Wyoming has a 60 percent to 27 percent GOP registration edge. President Bush received his strongest showing in the state in 2000, with 69 percent of the vote. And Republicans control both chambers of the state legislature.
Democrats had a history of holding the governor's office, however. Before Geringer was elected in 1994, Democrats held the state's top job from 1974 to 1994.
Freudenthal positioned himself as a moderate with a strong record of civic service. He won the Democratic primary with 54 percent of the vote, defeating lawyer Paul Hickey. Hickey had deep political roots - his father was governor and his mother a state senator.
Eli Bebout, a former state House speaker and a successful businessman, emerged from the GOP primary Bebout called Freudenthal a "Clinton appointee," hoping that his association with the former president would hurt him. But Freudenthal defended his partisanship, saying he was "brave enough" to say he was a Democrat. He also pointed out that Wyoming's GOP senators had approved his nomination to the federal prosecutor's job.
Freudenthal campaigned as a conservative. He opposed new taxes, supporting the death penalty and gun controls, and was helped when Libertarian Dave Dawson, the third candidate in the race, said voters should support Freudenthal if they didn't support him. Freudenthal, a low-key, friendly campaigner, often said that the sparsely populated state couldn't "afford" to elect a candidate solely because of party.
Bebout struggled to find differences between the candidates, calling Freudenthal a closet "liberal" and attacked him on issues involving his record.
A week before the election, Bebout polled six points ahead of Freudenthal. But the underdog Democrat came from behind and won the race.
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