2016-07-27
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Friends, in a press interview this AM, I said, "We Baptists call this a great testimony ... A DUI 24 years ago ... Met and married a sweet Christian girl the next year ... Billy Graham led him to Christ shortly thereafter ... At age 40, became a teetotaler and hasn't had a drink in 14 years ... Served two terms as Governor of our second largest state ... Reads his Bible and prays with his family ... Bottom line: A perfect candidate for deacon or Sunday School teacher ... or driver of the church van."

"Further, while he had told everyone he had a drinking problem in younger years, for the sake of his twin girls emulating his behavior, he decided not to detail publicly this incident." I went on to say, "He was spotted by a police officer because he was 'driving so slowly' ... He tried to pull no strings ... Paid his fine ... Was courteous to everyone ... Surrendered his Maine driving privileges ... And most importantly, he didn't drive off a bridge and kill anyone."

Now, the big question is ... Who dunnit? Today's articles indict a Gore supporter and henchman as the culprit. I wouldn't be surprised if the trail doesn't ultimately lead directly to the Clinton/Gore administration. In my opinion, the Sunday morning news circuit will be swirling with ... THE DIRTY TRICK ... and who is responsible. END RESULT? A stink is now attached to Gore and will follow him into millions of voting booths November 7. Polls will probably remain constant, in Bush's favor ... or slightly climb.

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