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MR. MCLAUGHLIN: …Murtha was approached by an undercover FBI agent, and you’re on tape telling the agent, quote, unquote, “I’m not interested.” Is that true?br> Not interested, period? The only “period” that Anderson reported Murtha using in the conversation was, “I want to deal with you guys awhile before I make any transaction at all, period.” No wonder Murtha has kept a generally low profile through most of his political career.
REP. MURTHA: Not only that, John; they pulled a drawer out and they had $50,000 there and I said, “I’m not interested.” I said, “I’m interested in investment in my district, period.”
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It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
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