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Thursday, August 30, 2007

Let the sun shine in

Posted By on Thu, Aug 30, 2007 at 10:36 AM

It is to laugh. The Arkansas Republican Party is circulating a Washington Times editorial urging Hillary Clinton to find a way to speed release of material in the presidential library related to her work as first lady. If her record and experience are important, said the editorial, "then the public has a clear and compelling right to compare the records against the rhetoric."

Yes, indeedy. And I expect the Moonie Times and the RPA to urge Mike Huckabee to respond with alacrity to my request that he release his gubernatorial papers and the Governor's Mansion papers he's so zealously protected, along with income tax returns and full medical records.

That address: PO Box 34010, Little Rock, AR 72203. Let's compare records with rhetoric.

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