Many here at LISNews, particularly one Kanadian Clinton apologist, have weighed in on the "blame game" and what administration bears responsibility for our current crisis with Al Qaeda. We'll defer the official and final finger pointing to the 9/11 Commission. But what about Berger's recent actions? "...Berger and his lawyer said Monday night he knowingly removed the handwritten notes by placing them in his jacket, pants and socks, and also inadvertently took copies of actual classified documents in a leather portfolio." I can remember slipping candy money in my socks (tube variety with stripes) as a kid back in 1981. (Short-shorts in those days rarely had pockets) Since adulthood however, I have managed to keep my socks for my feet, pockets for money and in Mr. Berger's case, briefcase for paper.So, what do we make of this revelation? Oversight, benign absentmindedness or perhaps something fishier? There's no question something here stinks.
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