Tuesday, January 16, 2007


The ostriches of the MSM are trying desperately to ignore the saga of Sandy Berger, but it just won't go away. I asked in "The Beautiful Indifference About Berger":
What information exactly was in those documents that were destroyed by Berger? Why is there not more pressure being placed on this former National Security Advisor to reveal what was behind his bizarre actions--and who might have told him to do it? and why? How is it that Berger did not go to jail, when his offence was more than justification to throw the book at him? Why is it that four years after the event we are now only finding out about his incredible duplicity and quite deliberate actions? Why was the public given bemused testimony about his "absentmindedness"? Why is no one in the MSM actively pursuing the answers to these questions and hounding Berger day-in and day-out to get the answers? Why is the MSM completely blind to the implications of such a story and in a state of self-induced paralysis about following up on it?

Now, here is a must-read piece by Ronald Cass at RealClearPolitics
This story at bottom is about the security of our nation, about what was - or was not - done to protect us from the most shocking and deadly attack on American citizens by foreign agents in our nation's history. This story is critical not only to understanding our past but also to securing our future. It can help us understand what it is reasonable to expect can be done to keep us and our loved ones safe from harm. It is, in short, as important a story as there is.
It is a story the news media should be desperate to explore, not desperate to avoid.

They should want to know the full story, no matter what the implications are for the legacy of a president much loved by an overwhelmingly liberal media or what the risks are for a former First Lady whose future is tied to her husband's past. Those risks loom especially large before a field of potential Republican presidential candidates with strong reputations in security matters - like R

It is said that we may never know what national security documents or notes Berger destroyed. But Berger knows. And it is extremely likely that Clinton knows, since he has deliberately gone about covering for his thieving National Security Advisor. Why not demand answers from all the relevant players (see photo below). And, if they resort to the "hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil" routine, then the American public will finally see them for the self-serving monkeys they are.

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