Hillary Clinton Accuses Obama Of Plagiarism

February 21, 2008
Teapot Calling The Kettle Black, Pardon The Pun

February 20. 2008

While I don’t agree with plagiarism or copyright infringement in any measure, as it is wrong, Hillary Clinton has accused rival Obama of lifting items from one of his endorsing supporters political speeches (Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick). Clinton provided video to support her claims.

Obama’s camp shot back (not literally) that Hillary was stealing their phrases, which supporting video illustrates she has been doing as well.

These claims coming from Hillary Clinton constitutes a hypocritical case of the teapot calling the kettle black, pardon the pun. In the 2007 book “Her Way” and in other credible online outlets, Hillary has been formally accused by multiple professionals in separate incidences of mining illegally wiretapped telephone calls for use in her political campaigns.

BOOK EXCERPT: “Investigative reporter at The New York Times, and Jeff Gerth, who spent 30 years as an investigative reporter at the paper, wrote: “Hillary’s defense activities ranged from the inspirational to the microscopic to the down and dirty. She received memos about the status of various press inquiries; she vetted senior campaign aides; and she listened to a secretly recorded audiotape of a phone conversation of Clinton critics plotting their next attack.

Clinton’s chief political strategist, Mark Penn, became embroiled recently in a controversy over intercepted electronic communications. Mitchell Markel, a former vice president at Penn’s firm, Penn, Schoen & Berland, filed a lawsuit against Penn accusing him of intercepting e-mail. Markel claimed that the firm illegally monitored messages sent from his BlackBerry after he joined another company. Markel dropped the suit in July after reaching a settlement with Penn, Schoen & Berland.” http://thehill.com/leading-the-news

 

Coincidentally, her former private investigator in the Paula Jones, Gennifer Flowers and Monica Lewinski cases, Anthony Pellicano, who is currently incarcerated, is scheduled to go on trial this month for illegal wiretapping.

Pellicano made many audio tapes, audio CDs and transcripts of intercepted telephone calls of his clients’ rivals. The contents of his clients’ rivals illegally wiretapped calls, ended up being repeated to many of said rivals as veiled threats, while other items were used in the press and in campaigns.

To lift items from innocent people’s unlawfully recorded telephone calls, provided to one via audio tape, audio CD or transcripts, is the vilest, sickest form of plagiarism there is, betraying a mental disorder.

Yes, Hillary, “can hear you now.”

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