Pictures from a political exhibition. Also: Bush, Alberto, and the U.S. attorneys — no sympathy in sight. Iraq reportage. Valeria plane. Class war casualties. Plus more.
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p>In the relaxed atmosphere of a private birthday party for an aging ex-President, Mr. Tyrrell may have felt the kind feelings of a magnanimous conservative, but the apparent warmth of friendship from such as William Jefferson Clinton would make me as comfortable as cuddling next to a tiger on a cold night, especially if Clinton's lovely wife Bruno ascends to the throne. I almost fear an IRS audit, if you print my name and our next president is Hillary Rodham Clinton. Bill Clinton's IRS audited TAS.
p>You are a total nut… I would prefer to have a president that was a womanizer than what you want: a president that has taken part in the killing of thousands of young men to help his pocket book. How can you feel the way you do? You surely will go to hell when you depart us!
p>I should be named Cassandra. The stuff about Bill fooling around isn't going to hurt at all. The Clintons are going to have a highly public dust-up. They will separate, maybe even divorce, BUT Bill will of course campaign for her, not because of any personal relationship but because she is so clearly the “best person for the job.” The thirty percent of women that aren't going to vote for her anyway will certainly vote for her after that.
p>Later, we will have a White House wedding with coverage that will make you think Elvis and Princess Di came back to life and got hitched.
p>Not to put too fine a point on it but Mrs. Clinton was referring the jamming of N.H. phone lines that resulted in a conviction. The last thing thinking conservatives should do is give these people ammunition by behaving in as corrupt a fashion as “progressives” do.