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DURST: All the President's Women

Durst writes: "During the Paula Jones deposition, Clinton allegedly admitted to having an affair with Gennifer Flowers even though he denied it back in 1992. Press Secretary Mike McCurry said both answers are true. That's called reverse double spin, with a twist. Lets not jump to conclusions here. Maybe he has some sort of rare six year memory black out disease. It could be he'll admit an affair with Ms. Lewinsky in the year 2004."
So, I guess Woodward and Bernstein's book about this will be called, "All The President's Women." The allegations are surfacing faster than the White House can deny them. But the timing of this, right before the State of the Union Address makes it the Vesuvius of Bimbo Eruptions. Whitewater Investigator Kenneth Starr said the covert taped conversations of Monica Lewinsky were justified due to his widening of the probe into Bill Clinton. Ol Brillo Head is going to need the Jaws of Life to pull the rabbit out of this hat. Hidden in all this is the fact during the Paula Jones deposition, Clinton allegedly admitted to having an affair with Gennifer Flowers even though he denied it back in 92. Press Secretary Mike McCurry said both answers are true. That's called reverse double spin, with a twist. Lets not jump to conclusions here. Maybe he has some sort of rare 6 year memory black out disease. It could be he'll admit an affair with Ms. Lewinsky in the year 2004. Oh yeah, remind me not to piss off Linda Tripp. She is to revenge what Richard Simmons is to short pants. You gotta love DC, where you always have to worry your best friend is wearing a wire. The Tripp woman knows who killed Vince Foster, and has knowledge of two women who have accused the President of lechery. Maybe we should ask her the point spread of the Super Bowl. The scariest part is shadowy figure in the corner. That's Al Gore receiving smile coaching.
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