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The Clinton Wars: Stockholm Syndrome Revs Spinning Sid ^ | 5.21.03 | Mia T

Posted on 05/21/2003 8:03:22 AM PDT by Mia T

The Clinton Wars: Stockholm Syndrome Revs Spinning Sid

by Mia T, 5.21.03

Sidney Blumenthal's corpulent opus, The Clinton Wars, inadvertently captures the REAL clinton legacy notwithstanding clinton directive to the contrary.

The REAL "Living History" -- clintoplasmodial slime

As the first installment of the clinton revisionism trilogy -- (Living History, the missus's upcoming title, a not very artful intersection of delusion, deception, subliminal suggestion and pre-emptive payoff, is next to hit the shelves) -- The Clinton Wars inadvertently, stupidly actually, provides an unobstructed view into the twisted, corrupt world of clinton delusion and dysfunction by its own realtime demonstration thereof.

Like the clintons and their hagiographer, the turgid tome is humorless, flatulent, fraudulent, provincial, self-serving… and an utter failure. The clintons and Blumenthal are too arrogant and dim-witted to understand that the demagogic process in this fiberoptic age isn't about counting spun heads; it's about not discounting circumambient brains.


The Clinton Wars, by Sidney Blumenthal (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux). Score-settling and self-importance aside, Robert Dallek finds this memoir a "powerful and generally persuasive defense of Bill, Hillary and Blumenthal." Almost everyone else disagrees. In the New York Review of Books, Joseph Lelyveld suggests that Blumenthal has Clintonian Stockholm syndrome, calling the book a rough draft of the Clintons' upcoming memoirs. "It's difficult to imagine that either Clinton will defend the president's record more enthusiastically or unwaveringly than Blumenthal," cracks the Los Angeles Times' Ronald Brownstein, who complains that "ultimately [Blumenthal] is too much the believer to be believed." And in the New York Observer, Blumenthal's ideological enemy (and former editor at the New Republic) Andrew Sullivan paints the author as a lovable dupe, suggesting that the Clintons "used him for his propagandistic skills and his fawning loyalty. They used him to drape their own modest but defensible record with the patina of world-historical significance. And they used him to lie to one another. Some people would find that demeaning. It tells you a lot about Sidney Blumenthal that he regards it as an achievement worth recording for the ages." To read Michael Isikoff's take on the book, click here, and click here for Timothy Noah's reactions, both in Slate.

Love Thy Old Boss
Does Sid Blumenthal suffer Clinton-related Stockholm syndrome?
Emily Nussbaum,
Tuesday, May 20, 2003, Slate



…The point is not that Blumenthal is a hypocrite (although he seems to be exactly that). The point is that throughout this book Blumenthal seems utterly incapable of understanding how his own uncompromising, take-no-prisoners defense of the Clintons contributed to the poisonous political atmosphere that he bemoans. Time and again, in the book as in life, he rearranges facts, spins conspiracy theories, impugns motives, and besmirches the character of his political and journalistic foes--

all for the greater cause of defending the Clintons (and himself). Hyde, Kenneth Starr, Hickman Ewing, Lindsey Graham, Tom DeLay--

each was malicious, narrow-minded, bigoted, buffoonish, and anti-democratic. Meanwhile, Blumenthal wonders repeatedly why so many people dislike him. At one point, bizarrely, he suggests it is because he is "intellectual" and "Jewish."

…But it is abundantly clear that distortion is standard fare for Blumenthal. Although there are slivers of truth in most of what he writes, the facts are dishonestly rearranged to settle scores or whitewash his and the Clintons' actions.

…Consider one small example: Blumenthal's effort to extricate himself and Hillary Clinton from a clumsy attempt to build a White House dossier on Susan Schmidt, the Washington Post's most aggressive reporter on Whitewater. Blumenthal's role in this vaguely Nixonian exercise was first reported five years ago in a story by the Post's media reporter, Howard Kurtz. When Michael McCurry, who was then press secretary, learned of the project, he proclaimed it "crazy" and killed it. Instead of admitting his involvement, Blumenthal pretends that he was a passive party. After hearing "constant complaints" about Schmidt's reporting from White House legal aides, he writes, he suggested they "should present the facts to the Post to correct any errors. Beyond that, I never knew about a study of Schmidt's reporting. I asked Hillary Clinton, and she had no memory of anything either."

But others do remember--quite differently, as it turns out. Mark Fabiani, the White House lawyer who ran the counsel offices' "damage control" team, said he recalls getting a phone call from Blumenthal strongly urging him to do a report on Schmidt. When Fabiani didn't follow up, he then got a call from Hillary Clinton's chief of staff instructing him to get moving on the job. This led to the preparation of a lengthy dossier (one that did little to effectively discredit Schmidt, according to Fabiani) and a series of meetings--including one with Hillary Clinton--about what to do with it. The White House lawyers knew exactly what had happened, says Fabiani. "We all laughed about it. We knew [Blumenthal] had called Hillary and told Hillary this should be done. …He was sort of the brooding, omnipresence over the whole thing."

Another more serious example of Blumenthal's malleable relationship to the truth involves his testimony before Kenneth Starr's grand jury…

I wrote about Blumenthal's courthouse deceptions in my own book Uncovering Clinton. So I when I picked up The Clinton Wars I was mildly curious to see how he would handle the subject. Would he show the slightest contrition for his deceptive public statements? Not at all. In The Clinton Wars, Blumenthal recounts in exhaustive, self-congratulatory detail how he turned the table on Starr. …

If The Clinton Wars has any central point it is that the scandals that beset the Clinton presidency--from Whitewater to campaign finance to Lewinsky to Marc Rich--were each and every one of them entirely concocted, from start to finish. This is patently absurd.… Blumenthal's blanket whitewash is close to ludicrous--and sustainable only by erasing huge chunks of the historical record.

About Whitewater, Blumenthal has this to say: "There was never anything to in the beginning, middle or end." What convinced him? In January 1994, Hillary Clinton called him into her office and told him so. "I believed Hillary Clinton," he writes. "Her telling of the story … sounded convincing; her demeanor struck no false notes."

As for the Lewinsky matter--

it was all very simple: It was about the efforts of rigid, culturally repressed conservatives like Starr to use sex as a "tracer" and a "code" to thwart progressive politics. Remember Vernon Jordan's phone call to Revlon to get Lewinsky a job--

made just days after Clinton's lawyers learned that Lewinsky was on a witness list in the Paula Jones case? There's barely a mention of that. What does Blumenthal have to say about Clinton's famous session with presidential secretary Betty Currie right after he testified falsely in his deposition? ("I was never alone with Monica, right?" he said. "Monica came on to me and I never touched her, right?") He never talks about it.

"It is my serious intent to have written this as a history," Blumenthal recently told the New York Times, insisting that his book was written "dispassionately." But not to belabor the obvious, to write history, you have to have some basic respect for the historical record. You have to make at least some effort at understanding the motivations and thinking of political antagonists--including those you happen to strongly disagree with. Blumenthal has done none of this. His book isn't history; it's one big orgy of political spin.

Insidious Sid
Michael Isikoff,
Slate, Tuesday, May 20, 2003

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It won't s-p-i-n 

All the fuss over the spread-eagle pose and the tie pointing to nothing much.

I think the great untold story of that photo is the scary fisheye distortion of his hands, monstrous rapist's hands, hands that held down Juanita, hands that only underscore his congenital smallness...

It is as though the photographer was saying, "You small - - - - -. I believe Juanita."



YOO-HOO missus clinton:


Aside: Isn't it interesting how the clintons, how this "brilliant man" and this "smart" woman, (as Estrich is wont to describe them these days) -- ("the smartest woman in the world" according to the clinton version always careful not to preclude the possibility of smarter men) -- isn't it interesting how these two veritable geniuses never fail to fall for the artiste's inside joke?

bushwhacked by tailhook: the real reason

Reciprocal Intern-Exploitation-Purgation Attempt at JFK Library
"I knew Jack Kennedy. Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine...."

Are Susan Estrich, Al From and The Times on the same "Get the clintons off the stage!" page?...
(Desperately seeking Susan.... Who spiked her, anyway?)

Democratic Party's Problem Transcends Its Anti-War Contingent

The REAL "Living History" -- clintoplasmodial slime

1 posted on 05/21/2003 8:03:23 AM PDT by Mia T
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To: Mia T
Nice! bump.
2 posted on 05/21/2003 8:07:56 AM PDT by FreedomPoster
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To: Mia T
Your compositions are always impressive. Kudos
3 posted on 05/21/2003 8:13:21 AM PDT by tom paine 2
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To: Mia T

4 posted on 05/21/2003 8:23:29 AM PDT by OutSpot
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To: Gail Wynand; looscannon; Lonesome in Massachussets; Freedom'sWorthIt; IVote2; Slyfox; Registered; ..
 Q ERTY6 ping


BUSH: "I will not wait on events, while dangers gather."

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President's Remarks
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This country has many challenges. We will not deny, we will not ignore, we will not pass along our problems to other Congresses, to other presidents, and other generations. (Applause.) We will confront them with focus and clarity and courage...

Sending Americans into battle is the most profound decision a President can make. The technologies of war have changed; the risks and suffering of war have not. For the brave Americans who bear the risk, no victory is free from sorrow. This nation fights reluctantly, because we know the cost and we dread the days of mourning that always come.

We seek peace. We strive for peace. And sometimes peace must be defended. A future lived at the mercy of terrible threats is no peace at all. If war is forced upon us, we will fight in a just cause and by just means -- sparing, in every way we can, the innocent. And if war is forced upon us, we will fight with the full force and might of the United States military -- and we will prevail. (Applause.)


State of the Union Address by President George W. Bush



5 posted on 05/21/2003 8:50:25 AM PDT by Mia T (SCUM (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations))
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To: Mia T
bump it up!
6 posted on 05/21/2003 8:57:32 AM PDT by bmwcyle (Semper Gumby - Always flexible)
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To: Mia T
Let's COMPARE and CONTRAST the current administration with the previous one, shall we? . . .

Compare President Bush’s magazine cover to clintoon's magazine cover:

i got away wif murder, rape and
obstruction ov justice. . .
i so proud o' myself! !

7 posted on 05/21/2003 9:13:10 AM PDT by MeekOneGOP (Bu-bye Dixie Chimps! / Check out my Freeper site !:
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To: Mia T
Bumpissimus. Sidney Blumenthal is one very sick, sycophantic puppy still licking the feet of Bubba Rex. The Stockholm Syndrome analogy is Oh-So-Apt. When will the truth about these people ever penetrate the majority of minds (?) in the body politic of our republic?
8 posted on 05/21/2003 9:29:41 AM PDT by esopman (Blessings on Freepers Everywhere)
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To: Mia T
Here's an interesting perspective to 'lens' the issue of SCOTUS nominees with:

     There are an estimated 15,000 to 35,000 late term abortions each year in America; of these abortions (all late term abortions beyond the 16th week are done to babies who are alive and sensing as proven by scientific testing), only at most 1500 are done to save a woman's life; the democrat party is championing the continuation of what is the indefensible, the protected right to hire a serial killer to slaughter 13,500 to 34,500 sensing, alive babies waiting to be born, each year; that is what these candidates like Sen Edwards are ardently defending, the horrific killing of these little ones waiting to be born, little ones who are alive, awake, sensing, able to feel the excruciating pain of the murder by a hired serial killer.

Yes, abortion beyond the 16th week from conception is painful for the baby being killed! THAT is what the DNC and McAwful stand for, stand up to defend and champion the continuation of. The DNC is squarely on the line for defending 'murder, inc.'
Democrats, the defenders of Murder Incorporated as enlightened social policy.
The Democrat Party, party of murder to stabilize society and cannibalism to treat your ills.

9 posted on 05/21/2003 10:15:33 AM PDT by MHGinTN (If you can read this, you've had life support from someone. Promote Life Support for others.)
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To: Mia T
Robert Dallek is out of Central Casting's Suck Up Call list

Word of the Day for Wednesday November 6, 2002-

circumambient \sur-kuhm-AM-bee-uhnt\, adjective: Surrounding; being on all sides; encompassing.

The self owes its form and perhaps its very existence to the circumambient social order. --Rom Harre, Personal Being: A Theory for Individual Psychology

Facing reality, then, implies accepting one's essential powerlessness, yielding or adjusting to circumambient forces, taking solace in some local pattern or order that one has created and to which one has become habituated. --Yi-Fu Tuan, Escapism

It's a voice that does something physical to me, that jumps out of the circumambient air and seizes hold of me like a thing that lives off the blood of other things. --T.C. Boyle, A Friend of the Earth

Romantic love . . . rarefies lust into an angelic standoff, a fruitless longing without which our energizing circumambient dreamland of song, film and fiction would be bereft of its main topic. --John Updike, "The Deadly Sins/Lust," New York Times, June 20, 1993

10 posted on 05/21/2003 10:29:54 AM PDT by Helms (Fighting Two Wars - On Terrorism and Postmodern Liberalism)
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To: Mia T
I like when you intersperse the good side in your exposés of the Clinton admin., as you do in Q ERTY 6 with President Bush.

Nevertheless, it's always a treat to read your latest posts.

11 posted on 05/21/2003 10:34:32 AM PDT by jla
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To: Mia T
Watching the Sunday talking head shows has lost it's charm for me lately.. It's the re-resurrection of the Clinton leftovers, and in my house leftovers have substance. I have lost every bit of interest in hearing anyone from that era, for even a 15 minute segment. I've given up on newspapers, and magazines, and now Sunday morning... geeeze
Maybe watching old movies, made before the 60's is back in vogue, when the endings where always happy, and the bad guys where always caught, and only the good guys won.....mumbling
12 posted on 05/21/2003 10:58:58 AM PDT by carlo3b (
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To: esopman
Q ERTY8 clinton/Democrat Debacle of '02 BUMP

By now, certainly, clinton antipathy must necessarily extend leftward and upward.

Surely the Ds understand that:

  1. the clintons are the proximate cause of their problems
  2. the clintons' presidential interests and the party's presidential interests are at odds--and the clintons will necessarily sabotage the D candidate in '04…
Indeed, the clintons are already sabotaging the Democrats with their despicable, in-your-face presence… (Why do you suppose Estrich, last week, risked her own professional and personal safety to warned the party about the clintons?)

Democratic Party's Problem Transcends Its Anti-War Contingent

Are Susan Estrich, Al From and The Times on the same "Get the clintons off the stage!" page?...
(Desperately seeking Susan.... Who spiked her, anyway?)

Reciprocal Intern-Exploitation-Purgation Attempt at JFK Library
"I knew Jack Kennedy. Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine...."

bushwhacked by tailhook: the real reason

Personal Agitprop-and-Money-Laundering Machine,
REAL "Living History"

The Times Reaps What It Sowed 2

WRITTEN IN STONE 2: the clintons define the clintons

Norwegian Braves clinton's Implicit Threat ("If you give my Nobel to Bush, you'll go to hell.")

The Clinton Wars: Stockholm Syndrome Revs Spinning Sid



"Free Republic is one of those groups obsessed with the Clinton era."

Word's out: Protest at Hillary's tonight
U.S. News & World Report (Washington Whispers) |
March 11, 2003 | Paul Bedard




I'll bet that Mr. Bedard is a member of "one of those groups" so "obsessed" with voting in -- and having access to -- the clintons that they--ooops-- failed to notice the obvious danger of the lovely couple.
Thanx for 9/11, Paul...

Mia T

It's time to take out the trash...
A Senate en passant capture is THE MOVE...
NEW AUDIO! Hear the Bill Bennett (PARDONGATE) epilogue .
The REAL "Living History" -- clintoplasmodial slime


hillary clinton A SECURITY RISK: Removal Calls Begin
Another mistaken 'conceptzia'
Utter-Failure clintons Concoct Left-Wing-Radio Scheme FIG LEAF
Flower Children Fall for the 2 Self-Evident Thugs & Opportunists Yet Again
(Liberals have always had problems figuring out causation)
THE CLINTONS--AMERICA'S BIGGEST BLUNDER: Hear Bush 41 Warn Us--October 19, 1992

COMING APART: What clinton was REALLY saying... and why... when he bashed Bush in Canada

the logic of pathologic self-interest

The only thing that can stop American power now

Yet More RapeLies: CNNs of Commission, Rapist Demagogues and 9/11

Democratic Party's Problem Transcends Its Anti-War Contingent

Mrs. clinton's REAL virtual office update

13 posted on 05/23/2003 4:41:05 AM PDT by Mia T (SCUM (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations))
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To: Helms
Q ERTY8 circumambient clinton/Democrat Debacle of '02 BUMP
The clintons' fundamental error: They are too arrogant and dim-witted to understand that the demagogic process in this fiberoptic age isn't about counting spun heads; it's about not discounting circumambient brains.

Mia T, Mindless rhinestone-studded-and-tented kleptocracy


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)

Hear Bush 41 Warn Us--October 19, 1992*

CNN's favorite general, Wesley Clark, has also been heard to opine that our troops are getting bogged down in Iraq. His competence to judge American generals is questionable since his command was limited to working for NATO. We prefer to hear from American generals. Clark's contribution to international relations consisted of mistakenly bombing the Chinese embassy in Belgrade. In his zeal to prevent troop casualties, he ordered pilots to fly at such high altitudes that the pilots complained that they were being forced to incur unnecessary civilian casualties.

The enemy within



*Thanx to Cloud William for text and audio


LEHRER: President Bush, your closing statement, sir.

PRESIDENT BUSH: Three weeks from now--two weeks from tomorrow, America goes to the polls and you're going to have to decide who you want to lead this country ...

On foreign affairs, some think it's irrelevant. I believe it's not. We're living in an interconnected world...And if a crisis comes up, ask who has the judgment and the experience and, yes, the character to make the right decision?

And, lastly, the other night on character Governor Clinton said it's not the character of the president but the character of the presidency. I couldn't disagree more. Horace Greeley said the only thing that endures is character. And I think it was Justice Black who talked about great nations, like great men, must keep their word.

And so the question is, who will safeguard this nation, who will safeguard our people and our children? I need your support, I ask for your support. And may God bless the United States of America.


play tape


Hear Bush 41 Warn Us--October 19, 1992*



by Mia T, 1-21-03

Hear clinton stupidity, smallness, banality, fecklessness, ineptitude, prevarication, corruption, perfidy and utter failure directly from the rapist, himself. clinton provides the perfect foil for Bush, who makes a cameo appearance or two.

Pay special attention to Dan Rather's little story about terrorism hitting the U.S. "bigtime" during the clintons' tenure.

In particular, connect the following dots: the '93 WTC bombing. a certain bin Laden protégé and clinton's admission that he passed up bin Laden. Note clinton's spurious argument for this monumental failure.

To this day, clinton seems not to understand that bin Laden is -- and was in 1996 -- an enemy of the state, not a simple criminal.

clinton still seems not to get it -- the same terrorist --the terrorist he refused to take--hit the same building in '93.

Notwithstanding this, to hear clinton tell it, his disastrous decision not to take bin Laden when offered on a silver platter by Sudan, (arguably the worst decision ever made by a president), derived from his scrupulous avoidance of abusing power and trashing laws...

Yeah, right.




  • the attacks on America


  • Dan Rather ruminating on the terrorism that came to America "bigtime" during clinton years


  • Dan Rather relating OBL protégé, Ramzi Yousef threat to clinton FBI that the terrorists WILL complete the job


  • the clinton non-response to terror


  • FDR response (says national security a president's raison d'être)


  • Bush response:
    "I can hear YOU...,"

    "I [as opposed to clinton] will not wait on events, while dangers gather," etc.


  • Mike Moran "Osama bin Laden, you can kiss my royal Irish ass" battle cry


  • "go home hillary!" chant, etc.




14 posted on 05/23/2003 4:58:16 AM PDT by Mia T (SCUM (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations))
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To: jla; All
The Clinton Wars: Stockholm Syndrome Revs Spinning Sid
Sidney Blumenthal's corpulent opus, The Clinton Wars, inadvertently captures the REAL clinton legacy
notwithstanding clinton directive to the contrary.

Simon & Schuster, the clintons' personal agitprop & money-laundering machinebump

Poison Pen Proves Autotoxic:
CLINTON-WAS-AN-UTTER-FAILURE Containment Team Scheme Fails Yet Again

by Mia T, 5.27.03

Click here to view today's PageSix column on one page

May 25, 2003 -- CONSERVATIVE Washington insiders are lining up to give Sidney Blumenthal a kick in the pants over his latest tome, "The Clinton Wars."

Blumenthal is a former White House communications strategist for Bill Clinton. His book - in which he exhaustively attempts to bolster the Clintons' "vast right-wing conspiracy" theory - charges that gay writer David Brock, once a right-wing hero, was "excommunicated" from conservative power circles after complaining about anti-homosexual statements made by columnist Gary Aldrich.

"Conservatives in Washington, led by a lobbyist, Craig Shirley, bruited it about that Brock was failing the cause because he was upset by Aldrich's gay-bashing," Blumenthal writes.

Shirley - whose public-relations firm, Shirley & Bannister, reps books by Aldrich as well as Ann Coulter and Katherine Harris - begs to differ.

"Knowing his behavior over many years and knowing his obsession with the 'vast right-wing conspiracy,' I can say that Sidney Blumenthal is a deeply disturbed paranoiac in need of clinical assistance," Shirley tells PAGE SIX's Ian Spiegelman.

In a letter to Blumenthal, Shirley refers to the book as "your latest love paean to Bill and Hillary," charging, "That you did not source the charge or have the decency to call me to verify it proves you have no interest in the truth." The missive continues, "I don't want a retraction because, frankly, I don't care what you write or think . . . except when you deliberately write falsehoods. I suspect most of Washington shares this opinion.

"For the record, I never said anything about David Brock's lifestyle as you falsely charge, nor did I ever hear any other conservatives take notice. Who was your source? Stephen Glass? Jayson Blair?"

"He made it up, that's all," Shirley insists. "This guy lives in La-La Land."

Asked if he's read the whole book, Shirley says, "I've thumbed through it, but it's like sticking your head in the sewer - I already know what's down there."


Buddy web sites quickly exploded in cyberspace. (Socks web sites, too, Socks would add.) Mrs. clinton, a long-time adherent of synergistic exploitation, "authored" an instant book about three groups favored for exploitation by the clintons: dogs, cats and children. "Dear Socks, Dear Buddy: Kids' Letters to the First Pets" was published by the clintons' personal agitprop-and-money-laundering machine, Simon & Schuster.

MIA T, Buddy Death Report Raises More Questions Than It Answers


Bill Clinton is getting $12 million for his memoirs; Hillary is getting $8 million dollars for hers, for a total of $20 million. Not bad for a couple that for eight years swore under oath they couldn't remember anything.


YOO-HOO Mrs. clinton
A '68 Mustang is not exculpatory
by Mia T, 1-29-03

link to movie
(requires Flash Player 6, available HERE)
Why we were compelled to hit on Simon & Schuster,our personal agitprop & money-laundering machine)

15 posted on 03/28/2004 1:09:14 PM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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