Friday, July 30, 2004

Sandy Berger's Big Surprise: The Charges Were Bogus

Yep, just in time for the Democratic National Convention, the GOP made a big stink about former Clinton National Security Advisor Sandy Berger allegedly stealing a pantload of secret documents.
And just in time for the end of the DNC convention, we learn no charges will be filed because there were no crimes committed.
At the time the charges were leveled, Berger was serving as a security advisor to the Kerry campaign, but of course he resigned once the GOP claimed he stole documents, so's not to cast aspersions on the Kerry campaign.
My political nemesis Barcodie wrote last week and asked what I thought of "Trousergate."
I told him to get back to me once an indictment was handed down, because without one, this was likely just another of Bush's dirty tricks, timed to cast a shadow over Kerry's convention.
Once again in this never-ending political debate, score one for me and zip for Barcodie.
I hope once President Kerry takes office, his security people start examining the Bush criminals in as harsh a light.
Only this time, we should expect indictments.
Sic semper tyrannis to those lowdown pricks.

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