Skip to comments.Condit Sues Over Chandra Levy Articles
Posted on 12/19/2003 8:10:19 PM PST by blam
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While I know your heart is in the right place, I have a hard time believing that it is in the Bush's best interests to be associated with Bat Boy!
When Congressman Gary Condit's constituents finally became an informed electorate, having learned of many of the things that their Congressman had been doing but concealing from them, at their first opportunity they voted him out of office. Condit had concealed information from the voters for many years.
This implies that if the voters had known more about Condit sooner that they would have voted Condit out sooner. Taking that back to the first time that he ran for Congress an informed electorate might never have voted him in the first time around.
Where does that lead us? If we look closely there might be a chance to break the silence that has surrounded Condit. Where were the Republican opponents in his district during all of Condit's Congressional years? Why were the Republicans as uninformed as the Democrats were? Of course also he got some votes from both sides.
The voters through the years were voting for a Congressman Condit whom they did not know.
It seems that Condit's success in Congress for years was at the mercy of having to keep all old flames quiet. One slip of the lip, and "kaput," a girl was no longer a friend, and a Congressman would no longer be a Congressman.
Chandra was maybe a little different from other women that Condit dated, she had talked to her family about him. I don't remember if she mentioned his name to Sven or not. We don't know if any other women mentioned the name of Congressman Condit to their friends or to their relatives. One thing that happened, when Chandra disappeared she was not "kaput," her family saw to that and began to talk, something maybe the police called rumours. Chandra had been more than "a good friend." Bringing up some political debate might help develop more information about what happened to Chandra. Justice can not bring anyone back from the grave, but justice is about truth, something that maybe soothes the soul.
Since I have wrote so much here I might add that a book called "Murder on a Horse Trail: The Disappearance of Chandra Levy," will be out any day now. I have not been able to find it at the web bookstores yet.
Murder on a Horse Trail: The Disappearance of Chandra Levy by Ralph Daugherty with an ISBN number of 0-595-66433-4 for hardcover or 0-595-31847-9 for paperback.
Justice for Chandra, and all other missing persons.
Me too, you (Condit) perverted POS!!
I am just trying to drum up some interest in the Chandra Levy murder investigation. Maybe the book coming out will create a little interest, but the book does not solve anything. The book does help create some new questions for anyone who is really interested in the case.
I bought the book and it is a MUST read. It really brings to light alot of questions. Who was really pulling the strings in the investigation? WHY? I think there is a whole lot yet to be learned if the whole truth ever came out.
Hello blondie007. Yes, I am satisfied with the book. It is not perfect, and it opens up new questions that can be asked, if there is anyone in law enforcement, or the media, to ask.
Why couldn't the FBI question one witness? What was all the secrecy about the missing persons investigation? If there is a missing persons investigation people have to know what is going on, the police can not be everywhere.
Why didn't the grand jury ask Chandra's aunt, Linda Zambsky (or Katz) to testify. If it had not been for Linda the world might never have known that Chandra Levy and Rep. Gary Condit were intimate friends. Isn't the intimate friend always a suspect in a missing person case?
Damn the torpedoes, we have not yet began to fight. .....:)
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