Tuesday, July 20, 2004

It's difficult to fathom yet how big this story about Sandy Berger could turn out to be, even though the media seems to want to downplay it right now. 
The former National Security Advisor to the Clinton administration, which has been accused of handling Osama Bin Laden with kid gloves in the days before 9/11, snuck out of the National Archives with classified administration documents shoved down his pants.  Berger is the official representative of the Clinton administration to the 9/11 Commission.
Oh, and while you would have had to listen awfully closely to know, Berger also happens to be an advisor to the John Kerry campaign.
Last night's 9pm Associated Press bulletin deigned to mention this little factoid in paragraph six.  CNN's online story, filed by John King, grudgingly mentions it in the final paragraph of a 24 paragraph report.

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