Saturday, July 16, 2005

Follow the Uranium - New York Times--Read This

Follow the Uranium - New York Times: "'I am saying that if anyone was involved in that type of activity which I referred to, they would not be working here.'
- Ron Ziegler, press secretary to Richard Nixon, defending the presidential aide Dwight Chapin on Oct. 18, 1972. Chapin was convicted in April 1974 of perjury in connection with his relationship to the political saboteur Donald Segretti.

'Any individual who works here at the White House has the confidence of the president. They wouldn't be working here at the White House if they didn't have the president's confidence.'
- Scott McClellan, press secretary to George W. Bush, defending Karl Rove on Tuesday."


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