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Gore in Funding Flap in Red China: Ambassador Holbrooke Defends Ex-V.P.
NY SUN ^ | 12/6/02 | TIMOTHY STARKS

Posted on 12/06/2002 4:43:27 AM PST by Liz

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To: Liz
If they did, they did so without our permission.

Permission? Oh yeah. In China you have to have permission.

Sorta lets you know who's in charge.

51 posted on 12/06/2002 12:48:21 PM PST by JoeSixPack1
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To: The UnVeiled Lady
You got that a little wrong. AlGore was taking money from the Chicoms when he was in the senate. HE INTRODUCED THE BIG C TO THE CHICOMS, not the other way around.

So that's why Al Gore has been "kept" by the Clintons!

RED CHINA knows that POWER lies with the Clinton/Rodham team, not Al Gore.

52 posted on 12/06/2002 12:58:00 PM PST by Joy Angela
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To: bonesmccoy
#31: Espionage.
53 posted on 12/06/2002 12:59:30 PM PST by onedoug
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To: Joy Angela
Of course Al Gore is being used by the Clintons. The Clintons use and then destroy anybody of power hungry status to benefit them till there is nobody left to use, abuse and destroy. The Clintons are nothing but a bunch of vamps running wild and loose. Look how they trashed the White House. Just trashed the place. That includes Gore too!
54 posted on 12/06/2002 1:23:15 PM PST by goldilucky
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To: onedoug; goldilucky; backhoe
What a slimy scumbag and treasonous bastard this Al Gore is!
55 posted on 12/06/2002 3:42:11 PM PST by WatchNKorea
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To: WatchNKorea
Long ago I realized that Gore was actually worse in some ways... my simplistic reasoning?

Clinton was born corrupt & criminal... Al actually started as a fairly conservative Southern Democrat, and became corrupted in the process.

Nothing worse than a formerly honest man who got turned to the dark.

56 posted on 12/06/2002 3:52:42 PM PST by backhoe
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To: backhoe
"...than a formerly honest man who got turned to the dark."

Yes, dark indeed! Criminal in fact! (quite typical of most Democrats)

57 posted on 12/06/2002 3:55:32 PM PST by WatchNKorea
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To: johnb838
It's ridiculous that celebrities, professional athletes, wayward CEOs, superintendents, college presidents and college coaches make as much money as they do.

Not a one of them endures a tenth the risk or effort that our soldiers, police officers or firefighters accept each day. Why, a collectively stupid society appreciates the former group and takes the second group for granted.

If Americans refused to spend $7.50 a movie ticket and $30+ for a nose-bleed stadium seat, celebrities and jocks would make much less. If boards were more concerned about actual qualifications and potential in their CEOs rather than desperately bidding for and begging for the "big names", CEOs would make a lot less. The same can be said of the others.

It's all supply and demand.
58 posted on 12/06/2002 4:36:01 PM PST by Jake0001
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To: WatchNKorea
I look at all three of them as white trash! They give us Americans a very bad image in Europe and the Middle East. If one cannot be loyal to one's own Country, what makes them think they will be loyal to the enemy when the enemy takes over? The key is that one must know their enemy. For example, look what the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Justice Reinhquist just ruled today that we don't have a right to keep and bear arms. This Judge should be immediately removed from the bench and charged with sedition against the United States. To make such an outrageous ruling shows contempt for the Constitution. The right to keep and bear arms is an individual right...not a collective one and certainly not a privilege. To those who are willing to relinquish this right for the sake of "security" deserve neither rights nor freedom! If Gore runs for office, the right to keep and bears arms is one thing he hopes to make disappear. That is why he lost in the 2000 election! And believe me, he'll lose again as long as those like myself and others support the 2nd Amendment.
59 posted on 12/06/2002 5:44:18 PM PST by goldilucky
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To: goldilucky
For example, look what the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Justice Reinhquist...

Please excuse the error but that should be Judge Reinhardt. I somehow got the names confused.

60 posted on 12/06/2002 6:10:32 PM PST by goldilucky
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61 posted on 12/06/2002 6:14:04 PM PST by jws3sticks
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To: Liz
[Just as Vice President Gore is reappearing on the American political scene, a recent trip to Asia is prompting questions about a fund-raising flap like the ones that followed him after the 1996 Clinton-Gore campaign.]

Is anyone other than the Red Chinese willing to contribute to the Goron these days/

62 posted on 12/06/2002 9:09:23 PM PST by Mad_Tom_Rackham
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To: goldilucky
"If Gore runs for office..."

Won't happen; he'd be wasting his time.

63 posted on 12/06/2002 10:17:49 PM PST by WatchNKorea
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To: Liz
"Throughout his trip, Mr. Gore brought the message of open trade and human rights, Mr. Cabrera said."

Too bad the Tennesse two by four doesn't feel we should have the same in The US.

64 posted on 12/06/2002 10:35:02 PM PST by blackbart.223
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To: Dallas
bump
65 posted on 12/06/2002 11:02:49 PM PST by timestax
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To: Liz
...former Enron director Ronnie Chan Chi-chung Can Ca-Ching.
66 posted on 12/06/2002 11:12:01 PM PST by lewislynn
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To: WatchNKorea
That's just the problem. He has too much time to waste.
67 posted on 12/06/2002 11:25:59 PM PST by goldilucky
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To: lewislynn
Heheh. Cute.
68 posted on 12/07/2002 5:41:04 AM PST by Liz
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To: jws3sticks
bump
69 posted on 12/07/2002 2:11:29 PM PST by timestax
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To: Jake0001
I'm with you. I don't pay for movies or sporting events.
70 posted on 12/09/2002 1:01:25 PM PST by johnb838
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