drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

got TimeLines???

On the January 3 edition of Fox News' Hannity & Colmes, co-host Sean Hannity, discussing a January 3 Washington Post article on the potential political implications of Sen. Barack Obama's (D-IL) admission in a 1995 memoir that he had used cocaine, suggested that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) is using "dirty political tricks, leaking damaging information at a time where [Obama] is ascending quite rapidly," despite Hannity's own concession that he had "no proof whatsoever" for his allegation. As Democratic strategist Laura Schwartz noted, Obama wrote in his memoir, Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance (Three Rivers Press), that he had used drugs while in high school and college. The memoir "is a book that's been out for 11 years" and, therefore, she added, "There's no leak." Syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor Robert D. Novak followed up on Hannity's charge by saying that "every reasonable person has to suspect" Clinton's involvement, despite not "hav[ing] any evidence of this."
[ cf Hannity accused Clinton of "leaking" Obama drug story from Obama memoir ]
Wow... and they got Novak to offer up the brilliance and stunning insight about leaking.....

WOW!!! now that is so impressive...

And To add his voice to the Scary Booga-Booga about the Clintons....

Interesting that Blowing A CIA Operation is not considered a bad thing by Novak, but 'leaking' that a book that has been out since 1995, is a... WOW, I wonder if what he meant to say is that President Clinton blew the cover on all of this as a part of the Super Duper Time Warp Machine Attack....

Yeah, that's the Ticket, the Klintonestas are using a Star Gate as a Time Machine to Attack Obama because he is really Osama in another Dimensional Universe....

And With A Blue Dress!!!
Tags: bluedress

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