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January 11, 2005

I Don’t Think Dick Morris Likes Hillary Clinton Anymore.

New York Post. I just don’t think that Dick Morris really likes Hillary any more:

The federal indictment of the key financial officer in Hillary's campaign — an event The New York Times did not see fit to put on the front page — shows that Sen. Clinton has not escaped from the culture of scandal that dogged her husband's presidency.

The question of who understated the cost of the Hollywood event now joins the pantheon of questions that have haunted the senator's past — Who hid the billing records? Who ordered the travel office firings? Who helped Hillary to make a killing in the commodities market? Did the first lady know her brother was paid to secure a pardon for a major drug trafficker? Did Hillary represent the Madison Bank in a fraudulent real-estate deal? Who ordered the removal of the FBI files?

    Hillary's ethical obtuseness is truly Nixonian.

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He never did. Apparently when he worked for Bill, the biggest fights he had were with her.

Posted by: Mike | Jan 11, 2005 5:23:51 PM

OT: perhaps I missed it, but I never did see Tim's explanation of why he wanted that information about American ketchup labels.

Tim adds: It’s coming I promise. I’ve just sent the article in (not to TCS, trying out a new market) and if it gets used I promise to explain all. Well, if it gets rejected I’ll explain all as well.
OK, there was some research into the lycopene content of tomato ketchup. Organic apparently has higher levels than regular. OK, but organic has higher levels of tomatoes (no corn syrup usually) so, the research is actually stating that if you put more tomato in your product then your product contains more tomato. I was able to check this here in Europe as labels must give percentages, but thanks to everyone who answered the call for info!
OK Irene?

Posted by: Irene Adler | Jan 11, 2005 6:54:28 PM

You should be happy you have such devoted fans, Tim. Okay? :)

Posted by: Irene Adler | Jan 11, 2005 7:53:46 PM

You finished your article already? I only sent the source material to you yesterday. When do you sleep?

Posted by: Scott Campbell at Blithering Bunny | Jan 11, 2005 9:40:12 PM