July 20, 2004

This Should Have As Much Traction As A Crisco Coated Kid On A Slip 'N Slide

So Sandy Berger, Clinton's national security adviser for his second term, might have taken some documents about the millenium from the National Archives. It sounds really bad when you say it, but read this article and it sounds a lot more like a an honest, if stupid, mistake than some clandestine coverup plot. I don't know, maybe that's not the whole story, but I looked for a conservative take on this and couldn't find one. Eh, we'll see if anything comes out of this, but this caught my eye:

Gergen said he thought that "it is suspicious" that word of the investigation of Berger would emerge just as the Sept. 11 commission is about to release its report, since "this investigation started months ago."

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