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Obama Lawyer Crashes Clinton Call

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By Anne E. Kornblut and Matthew Mosk
In an extraordinarily aggressive bit of pushback, Bob Bauer, general counsel to the Barack Obama campaign, jumped onto a Hillary Clinton campaign phone call with reporters on Tuesday night to dispute the premise of the call.

Bauer, pressing "star 1" to get called on with a question, demanded the Clinton campaign "stop attacking the caucus process" -- just seconds after Clinton officials said they were receiving complaints about caucuses in Texas. Lyn Utrecht, a Clinton lawyer, said that Obama supporters had locked out Clinton supporters at certain sites.

Bauer, invited to ask a question by the operator, launched into a series of accusatory ones directed at the Clinton campaign. "I'm curious to know how is this any different than the series of complaints you've registered against every caucus that you lose?" Bauer asked. He called the Clinton campaign's allegations "meritless."

In a small political world where Democratic operatives cross paths, Bauer is even better known to the Clinton campaign than most: He has at other times been an attorney to Clinton communications director Howard Wolfson, who was hosting the call.

Still, it was an unusual appearance by a rival. Campaigns rarely intrude on each other's turf in such an obvious way, even when they become frustrated with reporters' failure to ask what they think are the right questions.

Wolfson, seeming to repress a laugh as he took the surprise call from Bauer, said he was sure the Obama attorney would welcome the campaign's effort to make sure all Texas voters had a chance to participate in the process. "I would imagine you would welcome this opportunity to join with us to make sure the problems ... are dealt with expeditiously," Wolfson said.

Bauer gave a litany of examples of what he said were the Clinton campaign's own missteps in the caucus process, including in the Nevada caucuses, which Clinton won. Bauer and Wolfson got into something of a debate before Bauer, acknowledging it was a call for reporters, checked out.

A few minutes later, a bewildered reporter on the call asked who that Bob fellow had been. "That was Bob Bauer, B-A-U-E-R," Wolfson said, "someone that we know very well, attempting a vigorous defense of the indefensible."

By Web Politics Editor  |  March 4, 2008; 9:17 PM ET
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What's scary is two families have controlled the United States for almost 30 years.

Ohh but wait folks like you don't mind mediocracy.

Posted by: denise2233 | March 7, 2008 10:03 PM | Report abuse

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama:

Dear Madam, and Sir,

A Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama ticket is what we want. And that is what we need to take back the Whitehouse. We want a smart, tough, idealistic, seasoned veteran of many battles fighting for the American people (Hillary Clinton). With a young, passionate, smart, open-minded, hard-working idealist fighting for the American people (Barrack Obama). The DREAM TEAM!

You are both fabulous candidates. And we, the American people are very fortunate to have each of you. Taking back the Whitehouse is critical for the American people, and the world at this time. And I think the American people have been saying loudly, and clearly that a Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama ticket is the best way to do this.

I think the American people have made it very clear that they feel Hillary Clinton is the one best able to lead the ticket against John McCain at this critical, and desperate time in America, and around the world. These dramatic comebacks are testament to Hillary Clinton's skill, and experience as a fighter for the American people. They are also a testament to the strong desire of the American people to have both of you fighting for the American people at this time of midnight in America.

Typical of the Clinton's is an uncanny ability to see and understand what the American people want. And then to try and get it for them. Even if they have to go through three political near death experiences to try and get it for the American people. This is classic Clinton's. They are the best I have ever seen.

We are desperate out here. Millions of us are suffering greatly. And tens of thousands of us are dying needlessly every year. Men, women, children, and babies. We need help! As Hillary Clinton said "It's not a game". We need the two of you together on our side fighting for us, and for the American dream for all. Not fighting against each other anymore.

It's time for you Senator Obama to join forces with Hillary Clinton as her running mate so that we can all focus our energies, and resources on taking back America for the American people.

Don't make me hurt you. :-)



Posted by: JackSmith1 | March 5, 2008 7:41 PM | Report abuse

This is one of the reasons why I changed my support from Obama to Clinton: The inappropriateness of Obama's campaign tactics.

When Clinton points out something about Obama's fitness for the job of presidency, Obama responds with this same sort of disrespectful, inappropriate behavior.

I would think that an attorney for the Obama campaign would be more familiar with ethics, not to mention that I would expect such an individual to be of a higher caliber, i.e., have more integrity and respect for both candidates.

What I find curious is the fact that the same kinds of tactics employed in Texas, i.e., locking the doors in precincts heavily populated with an opponent's supporters, is generally something the Republicans have been accused of doing.

Or is this one of those Republican ideas that Obama finds admirable and pragmatic?

Generally, the adage "give 'em enough rope and they'll hang themselves" may just ring true. The more of these nefarious and unprofessional tricks the Obama camp pulls, the more voters might catch a glimpse of the "real" Obama - they one that will do ANYTHING to get this nomination.

Shame, shame, shame.

Posted by: kentuckywoman | March 5, 2008 4:51 AM | Report abuse

From Lyn Utrecht, Clinton Campaign Counsel
Caucus Irregularities:
1. Numerous calls have shown that Obama supporters prematurely removed convention packets from polling places. Packets may not legally given out until 7:15 PM or when the last voter has cast a ballot in the primary. The Texas State Party warned the Obama campaign in writing that they may not take these packets early or remove them from the polling locations. The Party directed that these irregularities be reported to law enforcement "since they amount to criminal violations." The Party stated "removing convention packets . . . will not be tolerated."
2. Numerous calls have been received that the Obama campaign has taken over caucus sites and locked the doors, excluding Clinton campaign supporters from participating in the caucus. The Clinton supporters have been unable to enter the premises to caucus. In at least one instance, law enforcement was called and forcibly opened the caucus site.
3. There are numerous instances of Obama supporters filing out precinct convention sign-in sheets during the day and submitting them as completed vote totals at caucus. This is expressly against the rules. The sign-in sheets were copied by the Obama campaign from the Texas Democratic Party website and taken by supporters to various polling places to sign-up caucus goers prior to the start of the caucuses.

Posted by: lowdowndog | March 5, 2008 3:54 AM | Report abuse

now it is time for obama to concede and save the democratic party from the embarrassment of even considering him for presidency.
black mailing super delegates and forcing them to vote for obama
calling homes in ohio and texas even if they are on the do NOT call list
having no accomplishment to prove his ability to be president

Posted by: clinsupor | March 5, 2008 2:37 AM | Report abuse

Re. "Beware the Ides of March," what is that supposed to mean?

Posted by: ErikW65 | March 5, 2008 1:24 AM | Report abuse

I will not attempt to list Hillary's and Bill's shortcomings as there isn't enough room here. However, there are several good books out regarding some of their most notorious mistakes.

I think what is most important now is that we are given the Clinton's tax returns. The last thing I want to do this year is cast my vote for someone who is in bed with an oil company. I have this uneasy feeling that Bill and Hillary's fortune probably has something to do with oil.... Eight years of that is enough for me..

Posted by: kdgrng | March 5, 2008 12:50 AM | Report abuse

Barack HUSSEIN Obama... now that is a good Muslim name for a possible future PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

I agree that we as a PEOPLE need to Change how POLITICS is run in Washington.

We have just been given a lesson what an a GOD LIKE President can do to the United States and to the World. GOD BUSH should have been impeached during his first term. BUT the American People were bought off by media attention and TV Ads.

Hussein Obama is doing the same. He has been campaigning for this nomination since the last election.. and he stood up at the Convention then. He knows little about , nothing about fiscal responsibility, and even less about world affairs.

This is the individual that appears headed to win the Demonictatic Nomination.

Note that he is getting the black vote in all the large metro cities. I wonder if this is related to race??? Extremely high turn out of new black voters??? I understand that the Key Black Supporters have been contacting super delegates to 'threaten them' if they do not pledge their votes to him as a black president.

Amazing what goes on. Little bit of fear in his campaign... because he has numerous holes in his armor... that he can only tell half truths to attempt a coverup.

Beware the Ides of March

Posted by: miller51550 | March 5, 2008 12:39 AM | Report abuse

Obama's short comings:

1. Tony Rezko, slumlord, Chicago mansion, 300k below market value
2. Michelle obama salary jumped from 100+k to 300+k
2. Illinios Senate, voting presdent, 100+
3. Pushed the wrong button, 6 times
4. Michelle Obama, first time, adult life, feel proud, "really" proud
5. With Trinity United Church of Chicago, Louis Farrakhan, anti-semitic
6. Denying meeting Canadian consulate in Chicago about NAFTA
7. Voted for Energy bill to give money to oil companies
8. Voted against a credit card bill which sets a limit for loans.

Posted by: figdist | March 5, 2008 12:29 AM | Report abuse

An Agent of Change?

Senator Clinton, who has served just one full term of 6 years and another year campaigning, managed to author and pass into law only 20 twenty pieces of legislation in all of her six years.

Senator Obama, in his 3 years in the Senate, has written 890 bills and co-sponsored another 1096.

(These bills can be found on the website of the Library of Congress

1. Establish the Kate Mullany National Historic Site.
2. Support the goals and ideals of Better Hearing and Speech Month.
3. Recognize the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
4. Name a courthouse after Thurgood Marshall.
5. Name a courthouse after James L. Watson.
6. Name a post office after Jonn A. O'Shea.
7. Designate Aug. 7, 2003, as National Purple Heart Recognition Day.
8. Support the goals and ideals of National Purple Heart Recognition Day.
9. Honor the life and legacy of Alexander Hamilton on the bicentennial of his death.
10. Congratulate the Syracuse Univ. Orange Men's Lacrosse Team on winning the championship.
11. Congratulate the Le Moyne College Dolphins Men's Lacrosse Team on winning the championship.
12. Establish the 225th Anniversary of the American Revolution Commemorative Program.
13. Name a post office after Sergeant Riayan A. Tejeda.
14. Honor Shirley Chisholm for her service to the nation and express condolences on her death.
15. Honor John J. Downing, Brian Fahey, and Harry Ford, firefighters who lost their lives on duty.
16. Extend period of unemployment assistance to victims of 9/11.
17. Pay for city projects in response to 9/11
18. Assist landmine victims in other countries.
19. Assist family caregivers in accessing affordable respite care.
20. Designate part of the National Forest System in Puerto Rico as protected in the wilderness preservation system.

Sounds like a real agent of change to me!

Senator Obama, in his 3 years in the Senate, has written 890 bills and co-sponsored another 1096.
In fact, in just his first year in the U.S. Senate, he authored 152 bills and co-sponsored another 427. These include **the Coburn-Obama Government Transparency Act of 2006 - became law, **The Lugar-Obama Nuclear Non-proliferation and Conventional Weapons Threat Reduction Act, - became law, **The Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act, passed the Senate, **The 2007 Government Ethics Bill, - became law, **The Protection Against Excessive Executive Compensation Bill

Among his many bills are:

233 regarding health care reform,
125 on poverty and public assistance,
112 crime fighting bills,
97 economic bills,
60 human rights and anti-discrimination bills,
21 ethics reform bills,
6 veterans affairs

Posted by: chris | March 5, 2008 12:15 AM | Report abuse

Iam not much on saying things but, I feel that Hillary Can't be a good one to put in if she can be such such a poor loser and slam obama as she has, how well do we know her and ,and will she do this to others when and if she wins, I hope she does lose . If she wins I will be very much afraid what she will do, I don't think our boys will get home , I did not vote for bush and I will not vote for her,Two faced people do not belong in office and will never be good for the people I am sorry to say,All she can say is IIIII did this , Obama is good for us and I believe he will do as he says if he can .

Posted by: moment63 | March 4, 2008 11:50 PM | Report abuse

Clinton TAX RETURNS not available to the public and the White house archival record of the visitors log of Chinese Connection NAFTA ERA convicted conspiracy felon JOHN HUANG's multiple visits to Hillary Clinton's 1990's White House office are sealed BY GEORGE BUSH.

YES,when I contemplate the above, Hillary must be that ray of glowing,transparent, transcendent,divine hope which she so emotionally described a few days ago. Celestial choirs are gathering, to sing the hallelujahs of a new beginning for a new generation as this beacon of other-centered warmth brings her uplifting message of political reality, winning at any cost,destroy your opponent, Washington insider style, to the deluded and downtrodden middle class of America.
I see the light. Thank you, Mr.Wolfson.

Posted by: ProgressivePatriot | March 4, 2008 11:41 PM | Report abuse

It would take a Blind Person not to see the depravity the Obama Camp pulled this Day!

I knew he was a Snake, and he just shed a skin to prove it!

Tomorrow's Light of Day, will put out Obsama's Lights! :-(

Posted by: rat-the | March 4, 2008 11:38 PM | Report abuse

Earth to Clinton supporters:

Superdelgates have NEVER overturned the voters' nominee. Clinton can crow until the cows come home. She's done. She can't catch up in pledged delegates, and there is NO WAY the DNC will risk throwing the party into chaos by overturning the voter's choice- Obama.

Posted by: julieds | March 4, 2008 11:31 PM | Report abuse

Who are you JakeD? (Is that pronounced like nakeD or half-bakeD?) Are you a real xenophobe, or do you just pretend that in order to promote your favorite candidate?

I'm embarrassed by the Bush years, and we all know this country desperately needs a change at the top. In a few months either Hillary or Barack will be asking the others' voters to line up behind him/her. Unless we're completely out of our minds we'll enthusiastically support either as nominee.

Thanks to Obama for passing up so many opportunities to go negative--that's the tone we need to maintain a unified force for change.

Posted by: ntdmn | March 4, 2008 11:24 PM | Report abuse

Thanks to JakeD for the info. on Robert F.Bauer. His case for the Libby pardon was one based on the principle that it makes the case against Bush better: "A pardon brings the president into the heart of the case. It compels him to do what he has so far managed to avoid: accept in some way responsibility for the conduct of his Administration in communicating with the public about national security and in its treatment of dissent. If the pardon would be politically explosive, then this is what the administration's critics, hungering for accountability, have been waiting for."
[From "The Progressive Case for a Libby Pardon," 6/13/07, Huffington Post]

Posted by: ErikW65 | March 4, 2008 11:13 PM | Report abuse

Breaking News 10:55 PM ET: Hillary Rodham Clinton Will Win the Ohio Primary, TV Networks Project

Now how's about them COWBOYS????

Posted by: harried | March 4, 2008 11:08 PM | Report abuse

Hillary Rodham Clinton 773,356 49.7% Barack Obama 754,346 48.4
John Edwards 17,413 1.1
Bill Richardson 6,631 0.4
Joseph R. Biden Jr. 3,240 0.2
Christopher J. Dodd 2,240 0.1

32% reporting | Updated 10:55 PM ET

Is Mr. POMPOSITY going down?

Posted by: harried | March 4, 2008 11:02 PM | Report abuse

Barack Obama 711,759 49.1%
Hillary Rodham Clinton 711,183 49.0
John Edwards 16,206 1.1
Bill Richardson 6,114 0.4
Joseph R. Biden Jr. 3,025 0.2
Christopher J. Dodd 2,077 0.1

23% reporting | Updated 10:49 PM ET

It's getting a little nasty around the Obama camp!

Posted by: harried | March 4, 2008 10:57 PM | Report abuse

Change? Hillary Clinton has been for change before it was popular.
Obama is "new" in town, he doesn't have the baggage that Hillary does.
Yes, he inspires people in the way that JFK did--to believe we CAN change what needs to be changed about the US.
But don't tell me Clinton isn't for change. She's been fighting for it on the national political level for nearly 20 years. She's screwed up, and been associated with some scary people. But Obama's associates aren't all perfect either.
If Obama was a target of conservative pundits for 20 years the way Hillary has been, he'd have just as much baggage as her. In that way, neither represents "change" from politics as usual.

Not since Eleanor Roosevelt's time did we have a First Lady who involved herself with the affairs of our nation as much as Hillary Clinton did. She took an enormous amount of criticism (much of it as unfair personal attacks) for doing it.
Almost 20 years before "Sicko," and the growing crisis in American Healthcare, Clinton fought for universal health care. NOT government run, but a program where every American could buy health insurance.

THAT is change. Anyone who has "aged off" their parents' insurance while still in school, or worked 39.5 hours week after week so their job could justify NOT offering them insurance, understands. Many more small businesses would be started IF entrepreneurs could buy into a group health plan simply by virtue of being an American citizen. When faced with premiums of $600 or $1000 for a family, for insurance that can "exclude" the conditions you need insurance for, many Americans who would create jobs or simply have the freedom to work for a small company are instead forced to find a job in the ever limited # of employers who offer insurance.

Posted by: jennypeekaboo | March 4, 2008 10:54 PM | Report abuse

Most people forget that a smooth speecher was a durg user, but not be ready for a nomination of Dem.

Hillary is ready for a nominee of Dem now!

A few famous women have been successful presidencies around European and Asian. They can do, the USA's women CAN DO NOW!!

Posted by: yellodragon | March 4, 2008 10:52 PM | Report abuse

Obama is a fraud...he has no experience running anything on an administrative level, a politician who when faced with difficult votes on the STATE level voted "present" 130 times instead of having the backbone to vote "yes" or "no", which is allowed in the notorious Illinois political system, but begs the question of what will be his actions during difficult times in the White can't vote "present" as President of The United States. The American Idolization of the primaries just makes me sick...The Main Stream Media is screwing the country again...first the idiot Bush and now they are pushing this clown...what a missed opportunity...what a mess.

Posted by: dac04 | March 4, 2008 10:46 PM | Report abuse

Americans surporting Hillary and McCain are so foolish, it would appear. If America loses out this time around just because rogues and establishment peoples like Hillary and McCain scuttle the movement of hope, change and sincerity as epitomised by Obama, it will be truly sad. Indeed they will be playing true to type as being selfish, parochial, dim witted and lacking in judgement.

America must wake up and see that it is not just about Obama as a person but the fact that he carries so much promise of uniting America AGAIN, restoring the American DREAM, and the birth of a new generation of American vision, character and GREATNESS. People even celebrate OBAMA in far away lands such as China, Tokyo, Africa, Europe e.t.c. America needs someone like that at this point-someone can can reach out to other nations and countries to restore the lost American goodwill. America needs someone like that now that other nations and countries will find approachable, not distant and cowboyish as the Bushes and republicans or the Hillary Clintons. A house divided against itself can never stand and this is my point and it the politics or Republicanism and Democratism e.t.c.

Obama could not have won all those states if the people that matter, the youth, the middle aged and educated-the people who truly have a need, did not support him. I mean look at it, there has been an unparalell resurgence in politics and sincere interest in the affiars of the state accross the entire spectra of the Amercian society, especially the youth-the future. They all have supported him because people are tied with the status quo and wants an infusion of fresh ideas, options and leadership. I don't know how anyone in his or right sense can vote for Hillary againts OBAMA because Hillary is true to type, cunning, selfish and overly ambitious. A fruit does not fall far from the tree-She is a potician without anything to offer and I CAN NEVER TRUST HER. Peoples especially Americans love and respect the Abraham Lincolns, Kennedys, Roosevelt for a reason- not only because this people have overcome great odds to attain true greatness but more importantly as I think, they provide the next generation with something to believe in, a good ideal to look forward to. A reason to live, to believe in humanity that tomorrow holds a promise irrepective of present adversity- This is HOPE. The Audacity of Hope symbolised by OBAMA more than McCain, Hillary Clinton or anyone in political horizon today.

Pls vote for OBAMA not only now but also in the General Election. The whole world, unlike the Bush Presidency, stands to gain something from a TRULY GREAT AMERICA again!!!! .

Posted by: | March 4, 2008 10:30 PM | Report abuse


Well, now that you have established his middle name as something you can not abide, it seems there is something even worse? What is it about Barak Obama that scares you?

The humiliation of his wife, his daughter, the Presidency, the United States?

If Hillary had divorced him, we would vote for her, but she did divorce Bill. His assignation to the dog house will not last. The Republicans know how to get at the Clinton candidacy.

Jake, are you a Republican? I can tell, you have already gone off on the meager Obama dirt. The Clintons, oh what fun.
Lets start by figuring out how they got rich.

Posted by: shrink2 | March 4, 2008 10:29 PM | Report abuse


You have a very good point as well, since Obama seems to win lots of State that will no doubt already go to McCain ; )

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 10:27 PM | Report abuse

Actually, I have to retract that latest post, as Bob Dole released his tax returns, going back to 1966, on January 20, 1996 and challenged his rivals to do the same. You have a good point, then, LAGCII -- my sincerest apologies -- carry on.

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 10:26 PM | Report abuse

Hillary will win 3 out of 4 except for the socialist state of Vermont. Maybe Obama needs to concede and go to Kenya or Indonesia. She will win almost all the major states and Obama can cling on to states like Idaho and Dakotas as Caucus manager

Posted by: vs_sv | March 4, 2008 10:25 PM | Report abuse

For what it's worth, there is an actual event of possible importance and a weirdly childish (or GOP'ish, if you prefer) outburst from an Obama campaign operative. One of those is potentially significant and completely unexplained. The other I know a great deal about. I think this is a problem.

Posted by: zukermand | March 4, 2008 10:23 PM | Report abuse


I understand that is your "want" but you do realize that NO eventual nominee has ever disclosed tax returns prior to officially accepting the nomination at their convention, right?

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 10:20 PM | Report abuse

I wanna see Hillary's and Bill's tax returns, Hilary's White House scheduler and papers from her time as first lady, and a contributors list of donors to the Clinton Library. Camp CLinton has more than enough time if she remains in this election after this evening...Before the Pennslyvania primary. Snap on it bloggers and journalist in the MSM. Also to be fair we'd also like to know about Obama's land deal - we're certain its nothing compared to the Clinton's Whitewater caper. But we'd still appreciate details.

Posted by: LAGCII | March 4, 2008 10:16 PM | Report abuse


Obama IS scary (completely apart from his middle name).

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 10:16 PM | Report abuse


One of is wrong then.

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 10:15 PM | Report abuse

Hillary is BACKKKKKKK. Obama maniacs can go to Canada now and work on NAFTA. Did you see how something was crawling up Carl Bernstein's rear end on CNN. He seems obsessed with Hillary and sounds mad to me...

Posted by: vs_sv | March 4, 2008 10:13 PM | Report abuse

jaked, you are mistaken. On 20 January 2009, Barack Hussein Obama will become America's 44th President of these United States. I'll be at the inauguration with my son.

Posted by: meldupree | March 4, 2008 10:13 PM | Report abuse

The Clintons, who have fought the way you do past ongoing legal disasters.

For many millions of us, we see the CLintons as responsible for the Bush recurrence.

McCain is the next iteration. You are doing people harm.

Your ridiculous attempt to paint Obama as scary, that is what I am talking about.

Posted by: shrink2 | March 4, 2008 10:13 PM | Report abuse


No need to take that as a "yes" or "no" -- I asked "What are you talking about?"

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 10:01 PM | Report abuse


Barack HUSSEIN Obama will not be sworn in as President on January 20, 2009.

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 9:59 PM | Report abuse

I'll take that as a no.

Tonight may be the election.

Let's watch, then talk.

Posted by: shrink2 | March 4, 2008 9:58 PM | Report abuse

bghgh: you take from this report that it is Obama's camp that seems desperate?

Have THEY been attacking the caucus system all campaign long, without merit?

You think Howard Wolfson doesn't seem desperate? To me it seems they are claiming that a voting system adopted by 20 or so states for 50 years or so and approved by their party and their campaign is the reason their candidate is losing.

No desperation at all.

Posted by: steveboyington | March 4, 2008 9:58 PM | Report abuse

The Clinton era is over Mcain, Clinton
same old worn out rugs people are tired of the same old politics. Bill clinton was president and he cant defend his era because it was shameful It is time for some
new ideas and programs to get this country going again

Posted by: jhdglas | March 4, 2008 9:58 PM | Report abuse


I was simply looking for Bauer's middle name. What are you talking about?

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 9:52 PM | Report abuse


First, we would have to determine whether Obama supporters had locked out Clinton supporters at certain sites.

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 9:51 PM | Report abuse

JakeD, do you really want to go there with the Clintons' legal "issues".

The history. The present.

Right here right now?

Posted by: shrink2 | March 4, 2008 9:49 PM | Report abuse

Of course, the Washington Post can't be bothered to tell me whether there is any truth to Mr Wolfson's allegations.

Priorities, you know.

Posted by: zukermand | March 4, 2008 9:48 PM | Report abuse

Sounds like the downturn on Obama has got his chief counsel all upset. Is this the desperation they have so often accused Hillary of? Oh, how sad for them, to have to take a punch.
Go Hillary go!

Posted by: bghgh | March 4, 2008 9:47 PM | Report abuse

That's Robert F. Bauer to you (he also argued FOR Scooter Libby's pardon!!!

Posted by: JakeD | March 4, 2008 9:36 PM | Report abuse

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