To: Wallace T.
Besides, we have our own problems with sex scandals, like Larry Craig and Rudy Giuliani.
Look, the "sex scandal" aspect would be fun to speculate about, if, say, this girl grew up in Idaho, and she had a last name like "Smith", or "Jones".
But, as things stand, it's not the "sex scandal" we need to be speculating about: We need to be worrying about the threat that this girl poses to our national security if Hillary becomes president.
posted on 11/01/2007 1:34:17 PM PDT
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The issue of Saudi and other Arab infiltration and influence is a legitimate one, of course, but it is a double edged sword. The Democrats have complained for years about Saudi and Emirates influence with the present Administration, and the Dubai ports deal was a major controversy last year. Leftist Web sites frequently post pictures of President Bush kissing a Saudi prince several years ago. Whether the GOP Presidential nominee is Giuliani, Thompson, Romney, or someone else, to some degree he will have to deal with the Bush legacy and defend its better parts. One bit of leverage Hillary’s alleged relationship has is to deflect Democrat attacks on undue Saudi and Emirate influence on the GOP.
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