"The Clinton Wars" is little more than Sidney Blumenthal's feeble attempt to revise history to reflect well on himself, the Clinton legacy and the monstrous political lie and deception machine he helped construct. In reality, the devious writer and media insider was a major player in selling a fraudulent candidate to the voters and saving a dishonest president from being removed from office. His job included assisting in the personal destruction of Clinton enemies and victims, by any means necessary. He was painfully successful.
Blumenthal, the Clintons, and liberals warped by anti-American ideology, could easily be viewed as being among the traitors written about in Ann Coulter's book, "Treason." In terms of modern promoters of Communist-style socialism, they aren't much different from those Senator McCarthy warned about in the 1950's pro-Stalin era. Indeed, Blumenthal is at least one of the "Useful Idiots: How Liberals Got It Wrong in the Cold War and Still Blame America First," aptly written about in Mona Charen's book. Doubters need only read Blumenthal's previous attempts at skewing history with his books, "Permanent Campaign" 1982, "Reagan Legacy: A Nation Adrift" 1988, "Our Long National Daydream: A Political Pageant of the Reagan Era" 1990, and "Pledging Allegiance: The Last Campaign of the Cold War 1991."
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