Tuesday, July 20, 2004


In the course of being kicked to the curb by the Kerry campaign, Sandy Berger had this to say: "Mr. Berger does not want any issue surrounding the 9/11 commission to be used for partisan purposes." [...] said Lanny Breuer, Berger's attorney. I see. Why was he filching sensitive documents, then? Is he just an avid collector of government-issue heavy bond paper stock? However, some drafts of a sensitive after-action report on the Clinton administration's handling of al-Qaida terror threats during the December 1999 millennium celebration are still missing, officials and lawyers told The Associated Press. I'll be interested to see if this gets pushed over the side of the memory hole in the future. "Oh, yes, the Clinton administration did everything it could to prevent Al-Qaida threats. You don't have any evidence otherwise, do you? Excellent."


Blogger Michael McDonald said...

You must admit, it's fantastic heavy paper, as heavy papers go.

7/20/2004 05:43:00 PM  

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