Sean Moon kevinmoon at WORLDNET.ATT.NET
Mon Feb 9 14:06:25 MST 1998

You make some very good points here, I want to take this one more level. The
press knows who their sources are (how else would they get the info?). The
press is also really hammering on the White House's claims of the Starr team
being responsible for the leaking. So, if the Clinton cronies are
responsible for the leaks, and the press is giving a lot of air time to
blaming Starr, could all this really be a left-wing conspiracy?

Do we have a right-wing conspiracy exposing a left-wing conspiracy masking
as a right-wing conspiracy?
-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Nantz <jim at COTTAGESOFT.COM>
To: RUSHTALK at athena.csdco.com <RUSHTALK at athena.csdco.com>
Date: Monday, February 09, 1998 2:22 PM
Subject: leaks

>I think I have good reason to suspect Clinton or his cronies are
>responsible for the leaks.  Clinton already knows that so many people don't
>care what's said about him.  He knows that if this stuff's leaked it won't
>hurt him but could be used to hurt Ken Starr's office if the right spin is
>put on it.  Follow me here.  Clinton leaks it.  The press reports it.
>Clinton and his cronies get to complain about it and blame it on Starr.  If
>Clinton leaks somethng "false" he gets to come back in a day or two,
>present his "evidence" of it's falsehood and use this to discredit those
>who would say such mean things about him.
>"Sarah Brady ought to be put down. A humane shot at a veterinarian's would
>be an easy way to do it." - Bob Mohan, KFYI-Phoenix

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