What about Clinton?

What is all the big commotion, every hour, every minute, about the firing of seven Federal attorneys? When Bill Clint
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

What is all the big commotion, every hour, every minute, about the firing of seven Federal attorneys?

When Bill Clinton became president, he fired every federal attorney, and replaced them with registered Democrats.

When Bush became president, he didn't fire any federal attorneys. He should have. What nonsense, nailing Scooter Libby for perjury. Scooter talked to 8-12 news people a day, six days a week, and he was supposed to remember what he told one correspondent, many months ago. Get real. That prosecutor should have been fired.

What are these Democratic attorneys doing about real crime in office? What about the Democratic congressman from Louisiana, William Jefferson, who was found with a freezer full of money, any prosecution yet, any grand jury? Anything in the press about Jefferson lately? Louisiana has always been known for their corruption, dating back to Huey Long.

What about the former national security advisor of Bill Clinton, Sandy Berger? Berger had removed classified documents from the National Archives, where he had been reviewing them under the authorization of Bill Clinton. He admitted doing it, after first denying it. He removed documents, concealed them in his pants and socks, took them home, and in some cases, destroyed these classified documents. His treatment was light compared to what happened to Scooter Libby.

Ron Mainous

Port Clinton