What we’ve all been wondering

Posted by: ST on January 29, 2007 at 11:01 am

John Fund asks: Why isn’t the Sandy Berger scandal major news? And not just from a perspective of him taking classified documents and stuffing them in his pants and stashing some of them under a construction trailer, but why he did it. What was he trying to hide and why? Fund speculates on the answers – and says Congress and America deserves to know them.

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  1. G Monster says:

    This story just tells me the MSM is not doing it’s job. Where are Woodward and Bernstein now? Are they afraid to cover the Berger story because it doesn’t fit thier agenda? Had Nixon been a democrat, would they have covered the Watergate story?

  2. Lorica says:

    The MSM has not interest in making the Clinton adminstration look worse than the bunch of buffoons they were. Seriously lets face it, the MSM is in bed with Clinton cuz they want Bill back in the WH. And as 1st lady, he ought to be more fun than ever. High time at the tea time orgy tonight. Berger should be thrown in jail until he gives up the goods. You all know all to well that he ain’t bright enough to do this on his own. He was taking orders from the Arkansas Mafia. It is time to get to the bottom of this situation, and damn the torpedos, so to speak. – Lorica

  3. Leslie says:

    It’s the schlub factor, if you ask me. Berger’s a fat lying weasel, of course. But he’s goofy, almost a nerd. He isn’t taken seriously enough. He’s the sort of guy you write of as just “Sandy being Sandy.” And maybe we shouldn’t.

    8-|

  4. Norma says:

    If I were Hillary, I’d want to get this gone and forgotten before the campaign for 08 gets serious. As a (now retired) librarian, I’m sort of wondering why there is no investigation of the behavior of the Archives’ staff.