Thursday, October 11, 2007

Clinton Crime Wave on Video

Folks, I know that the Bush-Clinton administration covers for their Republican and Democrat halves, but it still amazes me how brazen they are about it. Apparently it is a violation of Federal Election Law for a candidate to spend over $25K in a fund raising event, but others can do it on their behalf if the candidate is not coordinating with the event organizers. David Rosen, Hillary's finance guy, just dodged a bullet in court over the Peter Paul fund raising efforts. They did not report the millions raised by Peter Paul and company. The Clinton appointed judge went over the top in his efforts to separate Hillary from Paul, and get Rosen off by denigrating Paul. Still, Peter Paul has it on tape that Hillary herself (not just Rosen) was in the loop for planning this event. He plays the tape at the end of this 13 minute video.

From Sandy Berger, who stuffed top-secret documents in his socks and then destroyed them, to Chinese money making its way into Clinton coffers, to Hillary herself. Bush is currently attempting to pressure Texas into releasing an illegal alien who murdered two little girls because international "courts" say he should. Why is he so disinterested in protecting us from what the puppet-masters want us to believe are his political "opponents"?


Blogger The Real Sporer said...

I continue to be amazed at the unwillingness of this Justice Dept. to deal with the Clinton syndicate.

Sandy Berger??????

These guys are the least partisan justice dept in history and what credit do they get. I say put some of these Dem ganstas away for a couple of decades and we can turn that "culture of corruption" thing around in relatively short order.

4:48 PM, October 12, 2007  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Making light of law-breaking by the Clintons gives a whole new meaning to the term "bi-partisanship", which I am beginning to realize is not the same thing as NONpartisanship.

4:47 AM, October 13, 2007  

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