Well, it seems this may have been Clinton campaign strategy for a while:<br><br>An International Herald Tribune story of October 22, 2007, covers the irony of the Clinton campaign feeding stories to the Drudge Report as part of its strategy. (It was a repost from the New York Times, which owns the IHT.)<br><br>And the Clinton campaign wasn't hiding their new found interest in using Drudge to get attention for stories. They had a designated "liaison" according to the International Herald Tribune:<br><br>"Clinton's communications team, led by Howard Wolfson, is not leaving Drudge to the Republicans. Five current and former Democratic officials said Clinton has on her side the closest thing her party has ever had to Rhoades in Tracy Sefl, a former Democratic National Committee official. The officials said that Sefl had established a friendly relationship with Drudge and that Clinton's campaign often worked quietly through her to open a line of communication with Drudge."<br><br><br><br>
I have no doubt it was true in 2007.<br>I believe she's seen the light since then<br>The Clintons have already hit the skids for<br>using CONNservative Tactics, which makes me<br>believe there's a THIRD(TURD)Party at work here.<br><br>In light of what happened to John Kerry, I have no doubt<br>that the Clintons prepared a playbook of dirty tricks ready<br>to take on all comers, but I seriously doubt that she was taking<br>Barack Obama quite that seriously even as recently as last October.<br><br>IOW... I still smell a rodent... perhaps her "contact" in the DRUDGE Site<br>was more than a double agent. They were, for instance; ~A TRIPLE AGENT~<br><br><br>"I've been hired to help start a war..." <br><br> "It's an prestigious line of work, with a long and glorious tradition."<br><br>And what's a better way of Coming out of a Shyte Fight smelling like a Rose(TURD BLOSSOM) <br>than to have the ability to smear BOTH Your opponents, yet come away apparently clean-handed.<br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green> [color:green]. . . _ _ _ . . .</font color=green><br>
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