The Stahl interview looked very practiced to me. Her with all those shocked facial expressions and no tough questions, just umpteen opportunities to ramble for Clarke. I don't even know why i watch that show it just pisses me off with all the one sidedness. At least on Fox you hear both sides, although the liberal side gets maybe a little less time. 60 Minutes presents one side and acts like it's a fact. Now it's coming out that Clarke praised Bush in 2002 and wrote him a glowing resignation letter after that. What we have to ask is what changed? I bet the same thing happened to Alex Poliers parents, it's called cash people.2828
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