As promised yesterday, Chris Wallace held a “truth” panel today to dissect the statements and assertions made by Bill Clinton last Sunday.
Special guests included Daniel Benjamin, counterterrorism expert for the Clinton National Security Council; Michael Scheuer, who was in charge of the CIA Bin Laden Unit during the Clinton administration; and Lawrence Wright, author of “The Looming Tower.”
It was pointed out that Clinton did have more chances to kill Bin Laden, but just failed to pull the trigger. Well, he did pull the trigger on something, but that’s another subject matter altogether.
I will have the transcript later on, but for now, you can watch the Truth Panel here.
Just today, my fellow blogger Wild Bill from PassionateAmerica, has been digging into this Foley/page incident, and between the both of us, we’ve come up with some inconsistencies which will be disclosed later once things come together.
In just the past hour, due to some diligence and digging we did, we came up with a name and number for one of the significant players in the Page Alumnus organization about this whole thing. Wild Bill spoke to Matthew Loraditch just an hour ago, and also had an email exchange with him about this story. According to Matthew, he would not tell WB much because he said he was in the process of writing something up about this whole incident. Just moments ago, we both discovered that Matthew had given an interview to Brian Ross of ABC, and it was just posted at Ross’ blog an hour or so ago.
According to this latest:
A Republican staff member warned congressional pages five years ago to watch out for Congressman Mark Foley, according to a former page.
Matthew Loraditch, a page in the 2001-2002 class, told ABC News he and other pages were warned about Foley by a supervisor in the House Clerk’s office.
Well, so this has nothing to do with politics, geopolitical strategies, war, famine, or any other morose thing. I found this yesterday, and this is one of my favorite songs (Junior, “Mama Used to Say”) from a long time ago (yes, I know, I’m dating myself). Plus, these kids are just as cute as can be.