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Dave Schippers Comments on Prof. Scranton's "CLINTON 101" at U of Arkansas
dfu conversation with Dave Schippers | 1-29-03 | dfu

Posted on 01/29/2003 11:14:18 AM PST by doug from upland

Dave Schippers, author of SELLOUT and the man chosen by Henry Hyde to prosecute the Clinton impeachment, returned my call after he got back from court this morning. For the record, Schippers was a lifelong Democrat and had twice voted for Clinton. In a previous interview, he had told me that when Hyde called him to work on the case, he only expected to have a couple weeks of work. Schippers was "astounded by the amount of criminality" he discovered

He had a hearty laugh as I told him about the CLINTON 101 course being taught by Prof. Margaret Scranton at the U of Arkansas. He had a bigger laugh and was not surprised to learn that Prof. Scranton would not be talking about Juanita Broaddrick.

"Of course she won't," he said. It's Arkansas. Clinton has never talked about."

I let Schippers know that Scranton was on WABC last week with Batchelor & Alexander denying knowledge about the Broaddrick charges. This after I sent her Broaddrick info three weeks ago and she thanking me for sending her the information.

According to Schippers, "Teaching a course on Clinton without mentioning Broaddrick is like teaching a course on Napoleon and not mentioning the retreat from Moscow. It's nuts."

Schippers was pleased that I had given his office number to Prof. Scranton if she needed help in developing course material. "I will be pleased to talk to her anytime," he said.

He also loved the idea about FReepers delivering tapes of Juanita's interview on NBC to the students in the class.

Is anyone up for this FReep? We need copies of the video and someone who can deliver them to the students as they are walking into her classroom.


TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Crime/Corruption; Government; Miscellaneous; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: getoffthestage; impeachment; lowlifeclinton; phonyclintoncourse; schippers; scrantonkneepads; sinkmaster

1 posted on 01/29/2003 11:14:18 AM PST by doug from upland
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To: Mia T; StarFan; dutchess
Ping.
2 posted on 01/29/2003 11:14:46 AM PST by doug from upland (May the Clintons live their remaining days in orange jumpsuits)
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To: doug from upland
I didn't know they had a class on "how to pick up women".
3 posted on 01/29/2003 11:18:07 AM PST by rs79bm
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To: doug from upland; broomhilda
**Bump**
4 posted on 01/29/2003 11:20:39 AM PST by TwoStep (Ignorance can be cured, stupid is forever!)
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To: rs79bm
.....it's more like * How to rape women and get away with it* 101
5 posted on 01/29/2003 11:20:43 AM PST by mystery-ak (We paid Snuggles ransom and they still won't release him...FREE SNUGGLES r)
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To: doug from upland
WOW, that would be an awsome FReep. Wish there was some way I could help.
6 posted on 01/29/2003 11:22:19 AM PST by upchuck (That sound you hear is the Clinton's house of cards built on lies and deceptions collapsing.)
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To: doug from upland
Dave Schippers, author of SELLOUT and the man chosen by Henry Hyde to prosecute the Clinton impeachment.

An excellent book and one that should be read by anyone who lost faith in how the whole thing was handled. Two specifics, from the book:

When Schipper's got hit by the proverbial bus that ran him over on the way to the capitol building, he got a good look at the driver........ Trent Lott.

He opened up an office dedicated to the evidence that he had on the case. This office was manned by staff members and all members of congress where invited to view the evidence, but they could not make copies. One Republican who came in and impressed him with her questions and seriousness....... Mary Bono.
Most troubling aspect: not one democrat bothered to view the evidence. Mr. Schippers contempt for them for that is apparrent in the book.

7 posted on 01/29/2003 11:26:40 AM PST by Michael.SF. (theclintonsarescumclintonsarescum)
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To: doug from upland
It is easy to underestimate the power of the Juanita Broaddrick story. It is an absolute ace in the hole for us (which is precisely the reason for the media's failure to report it). Whenever Clinton defenders are confronted with the Juanita Broaddrick, they always respond either with silence or desperate evasion. When this happens, we often fail to recognize it as an absolute victory over their mindset. We must never hesitate to mention her name.
8 posted on 01/29/2003 11:28:48 AM PST by SMASH IMPERIALIST LIBERALISM!!
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To: rs79bm
I thought this was a dead issue --- so why the fuss now? As I recall, potus clinton was asked at a press conference if he had raped Juanita Brodderick. He replied "talk to my lawyer." Obviously our non-biased media did just that and cleared the matter up completely because we have heard nary a word since, even though clinton has made hundreds of personal appearances.
9 posted on 01/29/2003 11:32:09 AM PST by BJR
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To: doug from upland
He also loved the idea about FReepers delivering tapes of Juanita's interview on NBC to the students in the class.

That's a good idea - but I'd suggest putting the video on a DVD or CDROM, since college students are more likely to have access to players for those types of media. The disc could include an archive of relevant text files, like the Wall Street Journal interview. And it would be easier to duplicate and distribute discs rather than tapes.

Since the Sink Emperor himself is expected to speak to the class at some point, perhaps the disc could also contain some suggested questions for the Q&A session and he will be forced to finally confront the issue.

10 posted on 01/29/2003 11:32:32 AM PST by HAL9000
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To: doug from upland
They had this class on CSPAN... It sounded just like a Communist "re-education camp". It was scary.

She put the pictures of clinton up from 92 campaign
"oh how exciting it is when he enters the room" "when he comes you will know what I mean" "he connects with people" ... "when you met him, how did you feel?" (glowing report from student) "uh huh" ... a bunch of mindless 'hero-worshipping' pap.
11 posted on 01/29/2003 11:34:17 AM PST by WOSG
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To: Michael.SF.
An excellent book and one that should be read by anyone who lost faith in how the whole thing was handled. Two specifics, from the book:

I haven't read the book. In the book, does he actually tell about any of the evidence? I have been curious as to when or if the public would ever be made aware of what that evidence is.

12 posted on 01/29/2003 11:38:13 AM PST by saminfl
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To: doug from upland
TROUBLEMAKER!!! : )

bttt

13 posted on 01/29/2003 11:39:11 AM PST by nicmarlo
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To: doug from upland
Great work, doug....and great idea about the video distribution.

Is the good professor planning to get into the Ron Brown death, I wonder...

David Schippers is a real hero...

If anyone has any audio or video of the Broaddrick interview (or links to the data), pls. forward to me. Thx.

 

hillary clinton and FUNERALS

by Mia T, 1-10-03

Hillary Clinton's camp blasted actor James Woods yesterday after he maligned the New York lawmaker this week.

Woods, who plays former Mayor Giuliani in the upcoming cable pic "Rudy," said Wednesday that Giuliani "went to over 200 [9/11] funerals. Senator Clinton went to zero. That's a simple statistic you never read."

Woods has real zero
NY Daily News| 01-10-03 | Rush & Molloy

The apparent nonappearance of hillary clinton at the Ron Brown funeral should be even more interesting to James Woods than her failure to attend the 9/11 funerals.

To be fair, it is perfectly understandable that hillary clinton would choose not to attend the funeral of the man who went down alone notwithstanding his threat to the contrary that would have sent her to the slammer...

"I will not go down alone."

RON BROWN (DAYS BEFORE HIS DEATH) TO BILL CLINTON

 
"I'm doing my chores for Hillary Clinton."

RON BROWN TO NOLANDA HILL

 
 
evidence of consciousness of guilt at Ron Brown's funeral

[A]t the time of his death Ron Brown was under investigation by an independent counsel, and was likely to be indicted. According to his business partner and confidant, Nolanda Hill, Brown had told President Clinton days before he was asked unexpectedly to travel to Croatia that he would negotiate a plea agreement with the independent counsel, which would entail telling what he knew about alleged illegalities in the Clinton-Gore Administration. Clinton, according to Brown, responded badly.

For the inescapable logic of the case, see A LEGACY OF LYNCHING.

Ron Brown's body lies a-mouldering in the grave

Clearly, Ron Brown was used by the clintons, (Brown: "I'm doing my chores for Hillary Clinton.")...and then, just when he was about to finger the clintons and cut a deal with the Justice Dept. (Brown to clinton: "I will not go down alone.")...he was lynched forthwith by the lovely couple.

clinton hush money passed flagrante delicto...

Jesse Jackson and the Black Caucus apparently know full well that Brown was lynched by the clintons. Jackson et al. demanded that Brown's death be investigated, demanded that Brown's body be exhumed...that is, until the clintons bought them off...

Wacko charge

NOTE: As is usually the case, the clintons benefit from the wacko inconceivability of this charge, (wacko magnitude approximately equal to that of the Broaddrick rape allegation).

But let's take a look at the rape allegation. When the evidence in the Ford Building was examined, even moderates like Christopher Shays concluded that clinton did rape Broaddrick. (Unfortunately for the country, Shays then went on to conclude that a rapist can be a fit president. Any cognitive dissonance Shays may have experienced rendering that verdict was no doubt assuaged by the political plum clinton had given Mrs. (Betsi) Shays...)

There is a book/fame for any jounalist who cracks the Ron Brown case...If the government doesn't have the guts to pursue this, some enterprising freelancer will. There is no statute of limitations for murder...or for Woodward-Bernstein wannabes.

BTW, the Ford Building materials will remain sealed unless and until the American people demand their release.

 

Shays Reveals Details of Clinton's 'Horrific' Broaddrick Rape

 

Arkansas nursing home operator Juanita Broaddrick told impeachmentinvestigators she was raped not once but twice by Bill Clinton during a brutal attack in a Little Rock hotel room 22 years ago, Connecticut Congressman Christopher Shays revealed Wednesday.

Shays was one of forty moderate congressional Republicans to visit the Ford Building evidence room during the House impeachment probe, where Broaddrick's accusation and documentation of other alleged Clinton crimes were made available for review.

Five days after Clinton was impeached by the House, Shays told the New York Times that the evidence was, "very alarming and very unsettling,"involving, "conduct by the president that is alleged to be pretty horrific."

 In his comments to the Times Shays made no mention of the second attack on Broaddrick.

But when asked about the Ford Building evidence on Wednesday by WELI New Haven talk-radio host Tom Scott, Shays replied, "I believed that he had done it. I believed her that she had been raped 20 years ago. And it was vicious rapes, it was twice at the same event."

When Scott asked Shays if he believes the president is a rapist, the congressman replied, "I would like not to say it that way. But the bottom line is that I believe that he did rape Broaddrick."

Shays comments to Scott were first reported by National Review Online late Wednesday.

The reactions of other House members who viewed the evidence at the time suggested that Clinton's assault on Broaddrick was more disturbing than what has been reported in the press since.

Just days after the impeachment vote Arizona Rep. Matt Salmon told the Arizona Republic that what he saw in the Ford Building left him "nauseated." Delaware Rep. Mike Castle was reduced to tears, according to CNBC's Chris Matthews.

The shocking presidential rape evidence briefly moved Shays into the pro-impeachment column, he told the Times after the vote. But a personal meeting with Clinton, Shays said, changed his mind.

Not a single U.S. Senator viewed the Ford Building evidence before voting to acquit Clinton on two articles of impeachment.

 In 1999, Georgia Congressman Bob Barr told NewsMax.com that the Ford Building materials would remain sealed unless the American people demanded their release.

 

Thou art arm'd that hath thy crook'd schemers straight.
Cudgel thy brains no more, the clinton plots are great.

Mia T, On Neutered and Neutering,

by Mia T and Edward Zehr (EZ)

YOO-HOO Mrs. clinton:

THE CLINTON RAPES ARE

 

"UNBECOMING"

 

Q ERTY3

"YOU KNOW"

zipper-hoisted

PRENUP/POST-RAPE SENATE SEAT

 

THE CLINTONS--AMERICA'S BIGGEST BLUNDER
Hear Bush 41 Warn Us--October 19, 1992
 

Democrat Debacle of '02

DESIGNATED DEMOCRAT ATTACK DOG

Q ERTY8

BUMP!



14 posted on 01/29/2003 11:42:35 AM PST by Mia T (SCUM (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations))
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To: BJR
Why fuss now? Because a class is being taught about Clinton and they are leaving out something that should be discussed.
15 posted on 01/29/2003 11:42:36 AM PST by doug from upland (May the Clintons live their remaining days in orange jumpsuits)
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To: WOSG
..."when he comes you will know what I mean"...

Exactly. LOL & bttt

16 posted on 01/29/2003 11:44:58 AM PST by lodwick
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To: HAL9000; doug from upland
Great media suggestion bump!


17 posted on 01/29/2003 11:48:30 AM PST by Mia T (SCUM (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations))
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To: doug from upland
The class is being taught at UALR (Univ. of Ark. Little Rock). Maybe they should call it UALiaR.
18 posted on 01/29/2003 11:51:08 AM PST by joey'smom
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To: doug from upland
Uh -- Doug, I think you missed the sarcasm in my post.

We ARE of the same mind on this!
19 posted on 01/29/2003 11:55:01 AM PST by BJR
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To: doug from upland
Thanks for talking to David and for keeping the truth alive! Lord knows the Clinton lovers won't do that!
20 posted on 01/29/2003 12:00:35 PM PST by buffyt (Can you say President Hillary?.......Me neither....)
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To: Mia T
There is one thing wrong with the Ron Brown funeral. If you let it run longer you see Bubba looking back to see if he is still being watched.
21 posted on 01/29/2003 12:01:56 PM PST by Digger
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To: saminfl
 

 
 
Sell Out: Why Bill Clinton's Impeachment Was Over Before it Began
by David P. Schippers
 
'It was a sellout. A pitiful, cowardly
sellout.'
 
Find out what really happened with the
Clinton Impeachment by the man
Congress hired to prosecute Clinton.
 
David Schippers has written the political
expose of the year that everyone is talking
about - from Rush Limbaugh to the Drudge
Report. Sell Out is a stunning indictment
of President Clinton's corruption - and of
the congressional leaders who let him get
away with it.
 
David Schippers, the former Chief
Investigative Counsel of the House
Judiciary Committee, and a loyal
Democrat, went against his party, the
press, and public opinion to build a
powerful case against the most corrupt
President in American history and bring
him to justice.
 
As a former Chicago prosecutor, David
Schippers thought he had seen everything
- treachery, double crosses, sellouts. But
what he saw behind the scenes at the
Clinton impeachment shocked him to his
core.
 
In this startling book, schippers shows how
the entire impeachment process was what
Chicago politicians call a 'First Ward
election.' In other words, a rigged ball
game, a tank job, a sellout. And he tells
you who took the dives. Retail $27.95.
Hardcover.
 
'They'll call me a liar...a traitor...and
worse. But I was there. At the
impeachment. Every day. Behind the
closed doors. I was there when the brave
House managers were sold down the river.
I saw it all. The small lies, the big lies, and
the damn lies. It's time to tell the
truth...and name the names. I just can't
keep silent about it anymore.'

...The House Managers were real heroes. Trent Lott stabbed them in the back. They were not allowed to argue their case or to present any witnesses. Regardless of the final vote, one hundred (100) senators agreed from the start to go along with the bogus rules dreamed up by Lott and Daschle. That ended any possibility of a fair trial based on the evidence. They all broke their oaths of office and their trial oaths by doing this.

Cicero

 
Historians will record that Republicans could not muster the necessary sixty-seven vote Senate majority to convict the President at trial.
Those same historians should note, if only in a footnote, that not a single senator made the trip to the Ford Building to review documentation of Clinton's "nauseating", "alarming" and "horrific" sexual misconduct; evidence that ultimately made the difference in the impeachment vote.

America's Impeachment Secret

 

 

Musings:
Senatorial Courtesy Perverted
 
by Mia
 
 
 
Well, with the help of the 100 corrupt and cowardly cullions, clinton
walked. The senators' justification for their acquittal votes requires
the suspension of rational thought (and, in the curious case of Arlen
Specter, national jurisdiction).
 
I don't think it's over, though.
 
There are cloakroom whispers of incipient (spiked) charges and imminent
(spike heel) shoe-droppings.
 
And from Drudge:
Broaddrick is talking to WSJ's Dorothy Rabinowitz in Arkansas while 60
MINUTES is "circling" the clinton rape covered wagon.
 
Of course, a clenched-jawed clinton reeks revenge. I suppose the best
take is that, at the very least, his utter degeneracy has been exposed,
no one of any import will ever believe him again, and he is effectively
muzzled and hog-tied for the rest of his tenure.
 
All this while hillary indecorously impales herself on the horns of a
dilemma. (I am finding the farm animal metaphor for this pair especially
cathartic today.) hillary's megalomania pushes her toward a Senate run
in which her opposion will doubtless dredge up her criminality. What to
do?
 
Clinton's acquittal is reducible, I think, to the fact that the
irrational fear of the "right" whipped up by clinton spinners (watch
them spin), has trumped the very rational fear of the pseudo-leftist
psychopath.
 
A final thought (for now):
To spite us all, Arthur Schlesinger will live

to 120 just so he can write the definitive clinton hagiography.

THE OTHER NIXON
by Mia T
 
 
 
Hypocrisy abounds in this Age of clinton, a Postmodern Oz rife with
constitutional deconstruction and semantic subversion, a virtual surreality
polymarked by presidential alleles peccantly misplaced or, in the case of
Jefferson, posthumously misappropriated.
 
Shameless pharisees in stark relief crowd the Capitol frieze:
 
Baucus, Biden, Bingaman, Breaux, Bryan, Byrd, Cohen, Conrad, Daschle, Dodd, Gore, Graham, Harkin, Hollings, Inouye, Kennedy, Kerrey, Kerry, Kohl, Lautenberg, Leahy, Levin, Lieberman, Mikulski, Moynihan, Reid, Robb,
Rockefeller, Sarbanes, Schumer.
 
These are the 28 sitting Democratic senators, the current Vice President and
Secretary of Defense -- clinton defenders all -- who, in 1989, voted to oust
U.S. District Judge Walter Nixon for making "false or misleading statements to a grand jury."
 
In 1989 each and every one of these men insisted that perjury was an
impeachable offense.
(What a difference a decade and a decadent Democrat make.)
 
Senator Herb Kohl (November 7, 1989):
"But Judge Nixon took an oath to tell the truth and the whole truth. As a grand jury witness, it was not for him to decide what would be material. That was for the grand jury to decide. Of all people, Federal Judge Walter Nixon certainly knew this.
 
"So I am going to vote 'guilty' on articles one and two. Judge Nixon lied to the grand jury. He misled the grand jury. These acts are indisputably criminal and warrant impeachment."
 
 
Senator Tom Daschle (November 3, 1989):
"This morning we impeached a judge from Mississippi for failing to tell the truth. Those decisions are always very difficult and certainly, in this case, it came after a great deal of concern and thoughtful analysis of the facts."
 
 
Congressman Charles Schumer (May 10, 1989):  
"Perjury, of course, is a very difficult, difficult thing to decide; but as we
looked and examined all of the records and in fact found many things that were not in the record it became very clear to us that this impeachment was meritorious."
 
 
Senator Carl Levin (November 3, 1989):
"The record amply supports the finding in the criminal trial that Judge
Nixon's statements to the grand jury were false and misleading and constituted perjury. Those are the statements cited in articles I and II, and it is on those articles that I vote to convict Judge Nixon and remove him from office."
 
* * * * *
 
"The hypocrite's crime is that he bears false witness against himself,"
observed the philosopher Hannah Arendt. "What makes it so plausible to assume that hypocrisy is the vice of vices is that integrity can indeed exist under the cover of all other vices except this one. Only crime and the criminal, it is true, confront us with the perplexity of radical evil; but only the
hypocrite is really rotten to the core."
 
If hypocrisy is the vice of vices, then perjury is the crime of crimes, for
perjury provides the necessary cover for all other crimes.
 
David Lowenthal, professor emeritus of political science at Boston College
makes the novel and compelling argument that perjury is "bribery consummate, using false words instead of money or other things of value to pervert the course of justice" and, thus, perjury is a constitutionally enumerated high crime.
 
The Democrats' defense of clinton's perjury -- and their own hypocrisy -- is
three-pronged.
 
ONE:
clinton's perjuries were "just about sex" and therefore "do not rise to the level of an impeachable offense."
 
This argument is spurious. The courts make no distinction between perjuries.
Perjury is perjury. Perjury attacks the very essence of democracy. Perjury
is bribery consummate.
 
Moreover, (the clinton spinners notwithstanding), clinton's perjury was not "just about sex." clinton's perjury was about clinton denying a citizen justice by lying in a civil rights-sexual harassment case about his sexual history with subordinates.
 
TWO:
Presidents and judges are held to different standards under the
Constitution.
 
Because the Constitution stipulates that federal judges, who are appointed for life, "shall hold their offices during good behavior,'' and because there is no similar language concerning the popularly elected, term-limited president, it must have been perfectly agreeable to the Framers, (so the implicit argument goes), to have a perjurious, justice-obstructing reprobate as president.
 
clinton's defenders ignore Federalist No. 57, and Hillary Rodham's
constitutional treatise on impeachable acts -- written in 1974 when she wanted
to impeach a president; both mention "bad conduct" as grounds for
impeachment.
 
"Impeachment," wrote Rodham, "did not have to be for criminal offenses -- but only for a 'course of conduct' that suggested an abuse of power or a disregard for the office of the President of the United States...A person's 'course of conduct' while not particularly criminal could be of such a nature that it destroys trust, discourages allegiance, and demands action by the
Congress...The office of the President is such that it calls for a higher
level of conduct than the average citizen in the United States."
 
Hamilton (or Madison) discussed the importance of wisdom and virtue in
Federalist 57. "The aim of every political constitution is, or ought to be,
first to obtain for rulers men who possess most wisdom to discern, and most
virtue to pursue, the common good of the society; and in the next place, to
take the most effectual precautions for keeping them virtuous whilst they
continue to hold their public trust."
 
(Contrast this with clinton, who recklessly, reflexively and feloniously
subordinates the common good to his personal appetites.)
 
Because the Framers did not anticipate the demagogic efficiency of the
electronic bully pulpit, they ruled out the possibility of an MTV mis-leader
(and impeachment-thwarter!) like clinton. In Federalist No. 64, John Jay
said: "There is reason to presume" the president would fall only to those
"who have become the most distinguished by their abilities and virtue." He
imagined that the electorate would not "be deceived by those brilliant
appearances of genius and patriotism which, like transient meteors, sometimes mislead as well as dazzle."
 
(If the clinton debacle teaches us anything, it is this: If we are to retain
our democracy in this age of the electronic demagogue, we must recalibrate the constitutional balance of power.)
 
THREE:
The president can be prosecuted for his alleged felonies after he leaves office.
(Nota bene ROBERT RAY.)
 
This clinton-created censure contrivance -- borne out of what I have come to
call the "Lieberman Paradigm" (clinton is an unfit president; therefore
clinton must remain president) -- is nothing less than a postmodern
deconstruction in which the Oval Office would serve for two years as a holding cell for the perjurer-obstructor.
 
Such indecorous, dual-purpose architectonics not only threatens the delicate
constitutional framework -- it disturbs the cultural aesthetic. The senators must, therefore, roundly reject this elliptic scheme.

In this postmodern Age of clinton, we may, from time to time, selectively stomach corruption. But we must never abide ugliness. Never.

 
 

22 posted on 01/29/2003 12:07:38 PM PST by Mia T (SCUM (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations))
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To: doug from upland
Next time you talk to him ask him why nothing is being said about the Iraqi connection to OKC.

If there is any truth to it(makes sense to me) now would seem like the perfect time to point it out to the citizenry and shove it in the face of the anti-war dems.
23 posted on 01/29/2003 12:11:31 PM PST by the gillman@blacklagoon.com
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To: Mia T
BTTT
24 posted on 01/29/2003 12:14:06 PM PST by hattend (Crush, Kill, Destroy - Bill Clinton speaking about America (no, he really didn't say it.))
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To: SMASH IMPERIALIST LIBERALISM!!
Whenever Clinton defenders are confronted with the Juanita Broaddrick, they always respond either with silence or desperate evasion.

Juanita Broadderick is a "non-person" to the Democrats in the same manner as Stalin's enemies became the same. Her photo's will disappear. Photos, with her in them with others, will be retouched with her image absent.

Ten years from now, Clinton's; "I did not have....etc." will have disappeared from the Planet. If you should have a copy, it's possession will be a crime.

"Big B*tch is watching you!"

25 posted on 01/29/2003 12:23:21 PM PST by elbucko ("he played dumb, but I played dumb too. He was way outa' his league".)
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To: saminfl
I haven't read the book. In the book, does he actually tell about any of the evidence?

As an example: He speaks of Juanita Broadrick and was in posession of the notes from the FBI Agents who interviewed her. Their notes indicated that she was 'entirely' believable, and her story was 'credible'. As I recall, he also interviewed these agents and found the whole story to be absolutely amazing.

He also states that those who saw the evidence he had were w/o exception swayed to his side.

Much of the evidence was not allowed.

26 posted on 01/29/2003 12:28:58 PM PST by Michael.SF. (theclintonsarescumclintonsarescum)
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To: doug from upland
He also loved the idea about FReepers delivering tapes of Juanita's interview on NBC to the students in the class.

Is anyone up for this FReep? We need copies of the video and someone who can deliver them to the students as they are walking into her classroom.


If available, I myself would like a copy of this. Hope I don't have to take the class though. :)
27 posted on 01/29/2003 12:30:56 PM PST by tang-soo
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To: BJR
Duh. I missed it. :)
28 posted on 01/29/2003 12:32:59 PM PST by doug from upland (May the Clintons live their remaining days in orange jumpsuits)
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To: the gillman@blacklagoon.com
re: OKC

I had Dave on the DFU RADIO HOUR some months back to talk about OKC and other issues. He is very supportive of the work of Jayna Davis (who was on my show last month). The shows are in the Radio Free Republic archives.

29 posted on 01/29/2003 12:36:41 PM PST by doug from upland (May the Clintons live their remaining days in orange jumpsuits)
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To: mystery-ak

30 posted on 01/29/2003 12:40:17 PM PST by geedee
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To: tang-soo
Yeah but you know whats going to happen, these students are going to take it as the rest of the "rats" do; they`ll see it as so horrible an acusation that it must be false, a lie perpetrated by the radical right. Hey, I`ve tried it and they look at you like your insane.
31 posted on 01/29/2003 12:46:12 PM PST by metalboy
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To: doug from upland
David Schippers, the nice Catholic family man from Chicago, actually voted for Clinton twice. The first time was bad enough -- the second time was an inexusable disgrace.

I won't pay a nickel to buy a book from him, so I'll have to steal one from someone else.

32 posted on 01/29/2003 1:03:48 PM PST by Alberta's Child
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To: doug from upland
Same old same old. Whenever an unpleasant topic arises, they plead ignorance!!!
33 posted on 01/29/2003 1:04:16 PM PST by OldFriend (SUPPORT PRESIDENT BUSH)
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To: All
I just had a phone conversation with Katherine Prudhomme. She may join us on this thread.
34 posted on 01/29/2003 2:13:38 PM PST by doug from upland (May the Clintons live their remaining days in orange jumpsuits)
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To: doug from upland
Hello Freepers and Doug,
Katherine Prudhomme here.
Yeah, This accusation is so bad alot of people resond as if your nuts when you talk about it. What cowardly idiots they are for the truth to upset their reality so much.
Broaddrick was at the hotel she said the rape happened in, records Lisa Meyers of Dateline NBC dug up show that. Clinton has never said where he was that day. Very weird to have such spotty records of your time when you are running for Gov.
Try to get the tape from Dateline NBCs transcript service, they may or may not have it now, I tried to get it in 2000 for that protest outside Hillarys HQ and couldnt.
At least Cristopher Hitchins second edition of No Left To Lie To has good reporting on the issue. I sent that to the former Gov, of NH, Jeanne Shaheen, who also pretended not to know who Broaddrick was.
Make sure the campus rape crisis center has a copy, maybe someone there will care- they should! Also, send it to the on campus Republican group, if there is one, they may care too.
35 posted on 01/29/2003 2:46:13 PM PST by KPfromDerryNH
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To: KPfromDerryNH
Thanks for the ideas. We are not going to sit still while Professor Scranton whitewashes it.
36 posted on 01/29/2003 3:12:42 PM PST by doug from upland (May the Clintons live their remaining days in orange jumpsuits)
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To: KPfromDerryNH
Hi KP, so nice to hear from you.

Try to get the tape from Dateline NBCs transcript service, they may or may not have it now, I tried to get it in 2000 for that protest outside Hillarys HQ and couldnt

Did you hand my copy of the Broaddrick interview to Hillary's staffer?

37 posted on 01/29/2003 3:44:36 PM PST by StarFan
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To: geedee
Clinton: "Is that babe on buffy the vampire Slayer 18 years old yet?"

I do not think that would stop him. Would you trust him with a 17 year old girl?

38 posted on 01/29/2003 4:48:10 PM PST by Michael.SF. (theclintonsarescumclintonsarescum)
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To: KPfromDerryNH
"This accusation is so bad alot of people resond as if your nuts when you talk about it.

Or if you bring up Vince Foster's "suicide".

I still would like to know how a man can shoot himself in the mouth, not leave a blood splatter and then lie down, while also holding the gun.

Just like Juanita was rapped, Foster's body was moved after he was shot (I will concede that he may have killed himself). But the body was moved.

Good luck to you!

39 posted on 01/29/2003 4:54:10 PM PST by Michael.SF. (theclintonsarescumclintonsarescum)
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To: Michael.SF.
Would you trust him with a 17 year old girl?

Only if his zipper was booby-trapped.

Rumor has it that him and Jesse sometimes fought over the same woman.


40 posted on 01/29/2003 5:22:01 PM PST by geedee
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To: geedee
Rumor has it that him and Jesse sometimes fought over the same woman.

fought?

Or shared?

41 posted on 01/29/2003 5:36:54 PM PST by Michael.SF. (theclintonsarescumclintonsarescum)
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To: Michael.SF.
Strange that you should ask that.


42 posted on 01/29/2003 6:02:21 PM PST by geedee
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To: mystery-ak
I agree with you.
43 posted on 01/29/2003 7:04:33 PM PST by freekitty
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To: TwoStep
Amazing. Another protection racket. I wonder how much he got paid by whom to sponsor this bill.
44 posted on 01/29/2003 8:15:47 PM PST by broomhilda
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To: KPfromDerryNH; doug from upland
There is a Republican group on campus. I would pass out copies of the Lisa Meyers's interview to the students in that class if I had some.
45 posted on 01/30/2003 8:47:35 PM PST by Travelgirl
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To: Travelgirl
I am trying to get one and make copies. If you could deliver material to them, that would be great. You know, we don't need 40 copies. We just need one student to bring in the video and ask the prof to play it. It would be nice to know if there is an actual young Republican in the class.
46 posted on 01/30/2003 9:06:46 PM PST by doug from upland (May the Clintons live their remaining days in orange jumpsuits)
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