Hillary on Bolton: you can't make up this stuff

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A poster at Free Republic posted this letter he received from Senator Hillary Clinton respecting her views on the Bolton confirmation:

Thank you for sharing your thoughts regarding the President's nomination of John Bolton as United States Ambassador to the United Nations (U.N.).

We need a U.N. Ambassador who can work well with other nations on reform efforts and who is committed to the U.N.'s central mission of bringing countries together to address global and multilateral issues and challenges. I believe a reformed U.N. can serve our nation's interests.

I am concerned by the Administration's refusal to turn over documents requested by the Senate during the confirmation process that are critical to a proper evaluation of the Bolton nomination. I will be following the debate over the nomination of John Bolton closely to see whether these concerns are addressed.

Again, thank you for writing. For updates on this and other issues being discussed by the United States Senate, please check my website at http://clinton.senate.gov .

Sincerely,

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton [Emphasis added]

Maybe Bolton should conduct a search of the White House private quarters where Hillary's subpoenaed billing records turned up long after the date they were to have been surrendered.

Clarice Feldman   9 14 06

A poster at Free Republic posted this letter he received from Senator Hillary Clinton respecting her views on the Bolton confirmation:

Thank you for sharing your thoughts regarding the President's nomination of John Bolton as United States Ambassador to the United Nations (U.N.).

We need a U.N. Ambassador who can work well with other nations on reform efforts and who is committed to the U.N.'s central mission of bringing countries together to address global and multilateral issues and challenges. I believe a reformed U.N. can serve our nation's interests.

I am concerned by the Administration's refusal to turn over documents requested by the Senate during the confirmation process that are critical to a proper evaluation of the Bolton nomination. I will be following the debate over the nomination of John Bolton closely to see whether these concerns are addressed.

Again, thank you for writing. For updates on this and other issues being discussed by the United States Senate, please check my website at http://clinton.senate.gov .

Sincerely,

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton [Emphasis added]

Maybe Bolton should conduct a search of the White House private quarters where Hillary's subpoenaed billing records turned up long after the date they were to have been surrendered.

Clarice Feldman   9 14 06