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Monday, April 04, 2005

A few questions are in order

How would anyone in the Bush administration be treated if they had destroyed documents that were part of the 9/11 investigation?


Sandy Berger, the top Clinton national- security official and erstwhile close adviser to Sen. John Kerry, has finally confessed what he spent nearly a year heatedly denying: that he intentionally smuggled classified documents from the National Archives — and deliberately destroyed them.

Would the press remain silent if they got a slap on the wrist?

In pleading guilty to a misdemeanor count Friday — for which he'll get a slap-on-the-wrist $10,000 fine and lose his security clearance for three years (but probably not his law license) — Berger admits to secreting the documents in his suit jacket.

Then, once he got them home, he cut them to pieces with a pair of scissors.

Would the usual suspects in the mainstream media have any kind words or remain silent if anyone that supports Bush had reacted in this manner?

"For all those who know and love him, it's easy to see how this would happen," one former White House colleague told The Washington Post at the time.

As for Bill Clinton himself, he couldn't stop chuckling over the whole thing.

"That's Sandy for you," he said at a Denver book signing last summer. "We were all laughing about it on the way over here."

I'm just curious.
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