Tuesday, October 16, 2007


“Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton opposed monitoring terrorists who would take more innocent American lives but supported eavesdropping on her own political opponents – does her hypocrisy ever end?” asked Sean McCaffrey, executive director of the Arizona Republican Party.

In case you missed it, Alexander Bolton of The Hill, a newspaper covering Capitol Hill, wrote the following article about the Clinton eavesdropping issue:

GOP targeting Clinton on phone-call snooping

By Alexander Bolton

October 16, 2007


Republicans plan to seize on an allegation from the 1992 presidential campaign to tarnish Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) on the red-hot issue of government surveillance.

Government surveillance will be at the forefront of the political debate this fall as congressional Democrats and President Bush square off over legislation allowing electronic spying on U.S. soil without a warrant.

Republicans are focusing on an allegation in a recent book by two Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters, which suggests Clinton listened to a secretly recorded conversation between political opponents.

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