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April 12, 2005 [LINK]

Sandy Berger

Former Clinton National Security Adviser Sandy Berger pleaded guilty to charges of stealing government documents from the National Archives and will avoid jail time. The possibility that he was not trying to hide something that would have been very damaging to the Clinton administration when he stuffed White House policy drafts in his pants is so small that it's not even worth pretending. The whole episode was ludricous but also very revealing, on several fronts: "Where's the outrage?" Imagine what would happen to Condi Rice if she ever did something like that? You're right, I can't imagine her doing such a thing either.

Posted (or last updated or commented upon): 13 Apr 2005, 4: 36 PM

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