Thursday, April 12, 2007


[If, that is, there was any logic to the Imus affair. But carefully concealed behind the liberal sanctimony and speech suppression is an unspoken rule: it's okay if our guys do it. A few examples follow]

JESSIE JACKSON - Used 'hymie town' and 'hymies' in an interview with Milt Coleman of the Washington Post

AL SHARPTON - Used 'diamond merchants - a code term for Hasidic Jews used by Al Sharpton during the Crown Heights disturbance. Sharpton was also successfully sued for defamation by a white man in the Tawana Brawley case.

HILLARY CLINTON - In August 2000, the NY Post reported: "The Arkansas man who accused Hillary Rodham Clinton last month of uttering an anti-Semitic slur in 1974 has passed a lie-detector test arranged by The Post. Paul Fray, who has charged Mrs. Clinton called him a "f- - -ing Jew bastard" after Bill Clinton lost his race for Congress, cleared the polygraph exam administered Sunday near his home here. "There's no doubt in my mind that Mr. Fray is truthful," concluded state-licensed Arkansas polygrapher Jeff Hubanks, who gave the three-hour test. . . The findings were reviewed yesterday by another expert, Richard Keifer, a former head of the FBI's polygraph unit who has 20 years of experience. Keifer judged the results "inconclusive" because they didn't meet the high federal polygraph standards - but said he found nothing to indicate Fray was lying. Clinton campaign spokesman Howard Wolfson said, "Paul Fray is an admitted liar, and we're not going to be responding to his lies anymore."

That same year former Arkansas state trooper Larry Patterson claimed that in their frequent arguments, Bill and Hillary Clinton would use such expressions as "Jew motherfucker," "Jew boy" and "Jew bastard."

According to Michael Kramer in the NY Daily News: "The [Fray reported] slur allegedly was uttered at a heated, finger-pointing session at Bill Clinton's Fayetteville, Ark., campaign headquarters on election night in 1974, following his defeat in his first try for political office, a run for Congress in Arkansas' 3rd Congressional District. In the room that night were Bill Clinton; his then-girlfriend, Hillary Rodham; Paul Fray, Clinton's campaign manager, and Fray's wife, Mary Lee. Another campaign worker, Neill McDonald, was just outside the door and says he heard everything. The story of that encounter has been widely reported before, but without any charge that Hillary Rodham ripped into Paul Fray using an anti-Semitic slur. In interviews with The News on Friday and Saturday, the Frays and McDonald all confirmed that Hillary uttered the slur. McDonald said Hillary was speaking in the "heat of battle" and that he doesn't believe she is an anti-Semite. McDonald added that he is and has always been a supporter of the Clintons.". . .

Dick Morris has also claimed that on one occasion HR Clinton said to him, "Money, that's all you people care about is money." Morris says he responded, "By money, Hillary, by you people, I assume you mean political consultants?" And she said, 'Oh yes, of course that's what I mean.' But it wasn't what I thought she meant."

BILL CLINTON - The tapes of his conversations with Gennifer Flowers, included this Flowers comment on Mario Cuomo: "Well, he seems like he could get real mean . . . I wouldn't be surprised if he didn't have some mafioso major connections." And Clinton replies, "Well, he acts like one."

And then there's that police sting video of Roger Clinton saying he has to get some cocaine for his brother who has a nose like a vacuum cleaner, in which Roger makes free use of the word nigger, a term trooper Larry Patterson says he also heard from WJ Clinton when talking about Jesse Jackson and prominent Little Rock black figure, Robert 'Say' McIntosh.

There is also the long history of accusations of abuse by women who were connected in some way with Bill Clinton. In not one of these instances did any liberal or women's group demand investigation or explanations. Among the purported incidents:

- Death threats against Gennifer Flowers

- The threats against another Clinton lover, Sally Perdue, including a visit from an operative who told her, "there were people in high places who were anxious about me and they wanted me to know that keeping my mouth shut would be worthwhile. . . If I was a good little girl, and didn't kill the messenger; I'd be set for life: a federal job, nothing fancy but a regular paycheck. . . I'd never have to worry again. But if I didn't take the offer, then they knew that I went jogging by myself and he couldn't guarantee what would happen to my 'pretty little legs.' "

- The use of private investigators to investigate, bribe and/or intimidate Clinton's former paramours. According to Dick Morris, the 1992 campaign spent $100,000 for "blackmailing information, basically."

- The constant public trashing of women in Clinton's life by both White Houses sources and the media. For example, Newsweek's Even Thomas called Paula Jones a "sleazy woman with big hair who came out of a trailer park." She later won a $850,000 settlement with Clinton.

- In 1999, the Wall Street Journal reported a claim by Juanita Broaddrick that she was raped by Bill Clinton in 1978. Clinton's lawyers denied the charge. According to her allegations, Juanita Broaddrick, a volunteer in Clinton's gubernatorial campaign, was and her lip almost bitten off. Hospital nurses reported Broaddrick's incident as a rape but the report along with photos disappeared. The only response from the federal government was that Broaddrick's tax returns were audited.

- Kathleen Willey had the tires on her car mysteriously punctured with dozens of nails and her cat suddenly disappeared. Subsequently, Willey was out jogging near her home when a stranger approached and asked if the tires had been fixed and if the cat had been found. The man then asked Willey, "Don't you get the message?" and jogged off. Willey also found an animal skull on her porch the day after she testified in the Paula Jones case. The Willey incidents are currently under criminal investigation by the special prosecutor.

- Linda Tripp was considered in enough danger that FBI agents put her in a safe house after she revealed her conversations with Monica Lewinsky. One reason may have been Tripp's being left some papers by Lewinsky with a note indicating that they were for her information. In the papers: a list of persons around Clinton who had died under mysterious circumstances.

In 1999, the Progressive Review ran a list of things that had allegedly happened to women who thought they were just having consensual sex with Bill Clinton:

- Death threats

- A state police captain assigned to make sure you don't talk to reporters

- Being induced or coerced into signing false affidavits

- Coming back from testifying in a civil trial and finding an animal skull on your front porch

- Having nails put into your tires and your cat stolen

- Being trashed on national TV by the White House and media

- Finding your car window smashed a bullet on the front seat

- Having your apartment ransacked

- Getting anonymous harassing phone calls.

- Having your mother and children threatened

- Being the target of private investigators paid large sums to dig up dirt on you and coerce you into silence.

Most of these charges were never reported by the mainstream media nor was any investigation or other action demanded by liberal or women's groups.

PAUL MCCARTNEY - In a 1994 recorded interview, McCartney's step sister Ruth tells of calling McCartney and asking him for financial help and being told that if she needed money she should put makeup on and "go do what you women were made to do."

RAPPERS - We have previously given examples of slurs used by rappers such as P Diddy and 50 Cent. This is from the current number one rap single performed by Mims:

This is why I'm hot
Catch me on the block
Every other day
Another bitch another drop
16 bars, 24 pop
44 songs, nigga gimme what you got. . .

We into big spinners
See my pimping never dragged
Find me wit' different women that you niggas never had
For those who say they know me know I'm focused on ma cream
Player you come between you'd better focus on the beam
I keep it so mean the way you see me lean
And when I say I'm hot my nigga dis is what I mea

SNOOP DOGG EXPLAINS IT ALL TO MTV - "It's a completely different scenario. [Rappers] are not talking about no collegiate basketball girls who have made it to the next level in education and sports. We're talking about ho's that's in the 'hood that ain't doing sh--, that's trying to get a n---a for his money. These are two separate things. First of all, we ain't no old-ass white men that sit up on MSNBC going hard on black girls. We are rappers that have these songs coming from our minds and our souls that are relevant to what we feel. I will not let them mutha. . . as say we in the same league as him."

IN SHORT, any liberal fan of Don Imus' firing who wishes to be taken seriously should immediately demand that Hillary Clinton drop out of the presidential race and junk all their rap and Beatles albums.