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Posted on 06/09/2003 9:49:18 PM PDT by Mia T
Liking Viking: subliminal confession by simile
by Mia T, 6.9.03
whose disruptive influence profoundly affected history.
What did hillary clinton know and when did she know it? And was she part of it?
I think the great untold story of that photo is the scary fisheye distortion of the rapist's hands (which only underscores the smallness of the rest of him)...
It is as though the photographer was saying, "You small -----. I believe Juanita."
Malicious propaganda spread by disgruntled owners of waterfront property against a group of seafarers, explorers, adventurers, and nautical import entreprenuers.
Monday June 9, 2003; 3:00 p.m. EDT
Sean Hannity Exclusive with Clinton Accuser
Bombshell Clinton sexual assault accuser Juanita Broaddrick is ending four years of self-imposed media silence today, with her first major television interview since going public with her explosive charges in 1999.
NewsMax.com has learned that Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" star Sean Hannity snagged the blockbuster exclusive with the woman whose account turned Bill Clinton into the first elected president in U.S. history to be impeached.
Broaddrick hasn't spoken publicly since February 24, 1999, when she appeared on NBC and said Bill Clinton forced himself on her sexually.
Hannity left for Van Buren, Arkansas - Broaddrick's hometown - late Sunday for a Monday sit-down with the Clinton accuser. Fox will air its bombshell broadcast on Tuesday night, just as Sen. Hillary Clinton sits down on CNN's "Larry King Live" to discuss her new book, "Living History."
Broaddrick's decision to return to the spotlight could be particulary problematic for the New York Senator. Mrs. Clinton has never commented on the Broaddrick allegations, and Mr. Clinton has refused to publicly deny it.
In a brief phone call to Hannity's radio show on Friday, Broaddrick was clearly concerned that Mrs. Clinton's book was an effort to rewrite the history of her husband's tawdry past.
"She knew very well what happened to me and turned away from it," she complained to the conservative talker.
Though mainstream reporters have downplayed Broaddrick's sensational allegation, without her decision to come forward and tell her story, Bill Clinton would have likely never been impeached.
Two months before she went public, Broaddrick's sensational allegation was documented and stored by House impeachment managers in a secret evidence room on Capitol Hill. The account so powerful that it convinced 40 waivering moderate Republicans who otherwise favored censure to vote to impeach Clinton.
To hear what Juanita Broaddrick has to say about Hillary and her book, tune into Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes," Tuesday, 9 p.m. EDT.
I have always enjoyed your posts, especially since I subscribed to high speed internet (heheh).
I once saw a FReeper refer to you as our "performance artist." You are that, and much more.
You expose the truth and you do it in a very creative way.