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With respect to your column today, as well as another that I read with respect to the Wellstone pep rally/memorial service — and especially comments about our impeached ex-president — I have a question.
Why is there no mention that the shameful crude behavior of the Clintons at the Wellstone event was not the first time the American public witnessed this inappropriate behavior blatantly exhibited by them?
At the conclusion of the televised 9-11 memorial service at the Washington National Cathedral last year, it was quite embarrassing to watch as they lingered outside the front door of the cathedral for quite a while doing their grandstanding, politicking, hugging, handshaking, etc., as mourners respectfully attempted to depart.p>Thank you for your attention. br> — Albina Olson /p> p> Don’t count Clinton out yet. Hillary had a wonderful couple of weeks. First, Wellstone’s death leaves her in 2008 with no one (short of Havana or North Korea) to the left of her. She can fake centrist positions knowing that there will be no credentialed voice out there to signal her fabrications. Second, she apparently shares her husband’s blackness. Her knifing of black gubernatorial candidate McCall appears to have been viewed as black on black crime by all the left-wing media (in accordance with policy and practice, they haven’t mentioned it) and none of the usual race baiters have mentioned it, either. All in all, a good time for Hillary. br> — unsigned /p> p> Well done. If Mondale had left the pep rally when Ventura did, and disavowed it, he’d likely be the junior senator from MN now. ‘Twas that pivotal and proves, good taste still counts for something. br> —