Hank Stanley arjohns at ADNC.COM
Tue Feb 3 21:15:54 MST 1998

Look at the guys lining up to come to the alleged president's defense.
First, Ted Kennedy and now Fidel Castro.

I am impressed.

At 19:28 2/3/98 -0600, you wrote:
>Top News             Castro Backs Clinton on Scandal
>                 HAVANA (AP) -- Fidel Castro wished President
>                       Clinton luck today in overcoming problems
>                       linked to allegations he had an affair with
>                       A White House intern, blaming Sen. Jesse
>                       Helms for fomenting the  scandal.
>                     ``I think the actions of (Clinton's) adversaries
>                       are really dirty,'' Castro said. ``It's a real
>                       example of the things that occur in that country,
>                       of the lack of ethics.''
>                       The Cuban leader accused right-wing U.S.poticians
>                       led by Helms, R-N.C., a longtime Castro foe, of
>                       waging a campaign against Clinton with the
>                       charges.
>                       ``I sincerely hope that he can overcome'' the
>                       problems, Castro said. His comments came during a
>                       four-hour talk last night and today on Pope John
>                       Paul II's visit to Cuba last month.
>  In summary, Bill has a valuable new ally. Being of outstanding
>character, Fidel should easily fit on his team.
>Kenneth E. Wyman
>"One must fight, if only to have fought according to one's conscience"

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