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    07/25/2008 10:07:37 AM PDT · by navysealdad · 66 replies · 106+ views
    John Edwards' secret meeting with his mistress at the Beverly Hilton hotel has now become part of a criminal complaint. NATIONAL ENQUIRER reporters Alan Butterfield and Alexander Hitchen filed a criminal complaint with the Beverly Hills Police Department on Thursday, July 24, charging that hotel security acted unlawfully while the reporters were trying to question the former senator.
  • Kerry/Edwards Voted Against Funding the Hunt for Bin Laden

    10/06/2004 3:35:41 PM PDT · by Go Gordon · 26 replies · 1,207+ views
    Cheney/Edwards Debate ^ | 10/06/04 | Go Gordon
    All along the campaign trail Kerry and Edwards have complained about the "$200 billion" being spent in Iraq. Kerry and Edwards have also complained that the Bush administration "took its eye off the ball in Afghanistan and the hunt for Bin Laden by going to Iraq". In the debate last night, VP Cheney slapped down Edwards' allegation that the US was spending $200 billion in Iraq by pointing out that the $187 billion appropriation (I'm sure everyone remembers this one - its the one that Kerry vote for, before he voted against it) included $60 billion to fund our efforts...