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  • Woodward and Felt are BOTH >>>>> L I A R S ! <<<<<<

    In Washington D.C, political parasite job retention is FAR more
    important than the lives of untold thousands of murdered people. But
    then, that is the kind of value system that is deliberately and
    carefully nurtured in the District of Criminals.

    It now appears that Mark Felt was N O T "deep throat" -- and that
    BOTH he AND Bob Woodward are L I A R S ! Hey, what do you expect from
    folks who actually CHOOSE to continue wallowing in the D.C. cess pool
    for decades?
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    My only regret is that Mark Felt did not rat out Nixon because he was
    ticked off about rapprochement with China or detente with the Soviets.

    Rather more prosaically, Felt leaked details of the Watergate
    investigation to the Washington Post only because he had lost a job
    promotion – making him the Richard Clarke of the Watergate era. This
    will come as small consolation to the Cambodians and Vietnamese
    tortured and slaughtered as a direct result of Nixon's fall. Oh, well.
    At least we got a good movie and Jimmy Carter out of it. [After all,
    what is the lives of a few hundred thousand people, compared to Mark
    Felt or other DC apparatchiks losing a job promotion? Such is the
    value system that is carefully nurtured in Washington D.C.]

    Still, it must pain liberals to be praising an FBI man who ordered
    illegal searches of their old pals in the Weather Underground in the
    early '70s. For those searches, Felt was later prosecuted by the
    Carter administration.

    Ironically, only because of Watergate – which Felt helped instigate –
    could a nitwit like Jimmy Carter ever become president – a perch from
    which Carter pardoned draft dodgers and prosecuted Mark Felt. No
    wonder Felt kept denying he was "Deep Throat."

    Also ironic is that Felt's free-love, flower-girl daughter was
    estranged from her father for decades on account of her rejection of
    conventional bourgeois institutions like marriage. Now she is broke –
    because of her rejection of conventional bourgeois institutions like
    marriage. (Too bad she didn't follow Pop's advice to "follow the
    money.")

    She lives in a house bought for her by her father (evidently skirting
    the standard "as long as you live in my house you'll live by my rules"
    lecture) and said she decided to reveal her father as Deep Throat to
    try to make some more money. "I'm still a single mom," she explained,
    "I am not ashamed of this." She ought to be. See, the idea of marriage
    is to get a man other than your own father to support you while you
    raise children. (Guess what she does? That's right! She's a teacher!)

    At Felt's trial, Nixon gave powerful testimony in Felt's defense. He
    was convicted anyway. About six months later, Reagan pardoned Felt.
    Nixon sent Felt a bottle of champagne (which Nixon selected from his
    now-infamous "Wine List") to celebrate his pardon with a note saying,
    "Justice ultimately prevails."

    All this time, Nixon had suspicions about Felt being Deep Throat.
    Others may attribute Nixon's kindness toward Felt to Nixon's high
    principle and class. I prefer to think of it as sadism.

    Of course, in Felt's defense, he wasn't Deep Throat. There was no Deep
    Throat. Now we know.

    As most people had generally assumed, the shadowy figure who made his
    first appearance in a late draft of "All the President's Men" was a
    composite of several sources – among them, apparently, Mark Felt. But
    in telling the glorious story of "How The Washington Post Saved
    America," it was more thrilling to portray Deep Throat as a single
    mysterious individual, spilling his guts to Bob Woodward. [But then,
    when was Woodward or any other of the lying scum in the liberal press
    ever concerned about mere facts?]

    Now that Woodward and Felt are both claiming Felt was Deep Throat, the
    jig is up. The fictional Deep Throat knew things Felt could not
    possibly have known, such as the 18 1/2-minute gap on one of the White
    House tapes. Only six people knew about the gap when Woodward reported
    it. All of them worked at the White House. Felt not only didn't work
    at the White House, but when the story broke, he also didn't even work
    at the FBI anymore.

    Deep Throat was a smoker and heavy drinker, neither of which describes
    Mark Felt.

    Woodward claimed he signaled Deep Throat by moving a red flag in a
    flowerpot to the back of his balcony and that Deep Throat signaled him
    by drawing the hands of a clock in Woodward's New York Times.

    But in his 1993 book, "Deep Truth: The Lives of Bob Woodward and Carl
    Bernstein," Adrian Havill did something it had occurred to no one else
    to do: He looked at Woodward's old apartment!

    Havill found that Woodward had a sixth-floor interior apartment that
    could not be seen from the street. Even from the back of the apartment
    complex, the balcony was too high for any flowerpot to be seen. So
    unless there was a "second flowerpot," visible from a nearby grassy
    knoll, the red flag in the flowerpot story is ... well, full of red
    flags.

    In addition, newspapers were not delivered door-to-door in Woodward's
    apartment building, but were left in a stack in the lobby. Deep Throat
    could not have known which newspaper Woodward would pick up.

    We might have known all this before 1993 if America's ever-vigilant
    watchdog media had been, say, half as skeptical of Bob Woodward's
    claims as they were of Juanita Broaddrick's.

    In another scene in "All the President's Men," Woodward's sidekick,
    Carl Bernstein, goes to a porno theater to avoid a subpoena – and the
    movie "Deep Throat" happens to be the featured film! Yeah, that's how
    I ended up seeing "Fahrenheit 9-11." I hate it when that happens.

    Havill points out that Washington, D.C., had recently cracked down on
    porno theaters and "Deep Throat" was not playing in any theater in
    Washington at the time. (Also the story begins to break down after
    Bernstein repeats this evasive maneuver for the fifth or sixth time.)

    Woodward and Bernstein's former literary agent, David Obst, has always
    said Deep Throat was a fictional device added to later drafts of "All
    the President's Men" to spice it up (kind of like everything in a
    Michael Moore film).

    Obst scoffs at the notion that the No. 2 man at the FBI would have
    time to be skulking around parking lots spying for red flags on a
    reporter's balcony. "There's not a chance one person was Deep Throat,"
    he told the New York Times.

    So it's not really that amazing that the identity of Deep Throat
    managed to stay secret for so long. I promise you, I will go to my
    grave without ever disclosing the name of my pet unicorn.

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    Posted with permission. Following the example set by other posters
    in this and other groups, the creator of this post has withheld
    the author of the article it contains because the author is not
    relevant to the merit of the article's content -- except to whining
    liberals who have no intellectual, emotional or moral capacity to
    HONESTLY deal with the points asserted by the article!

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    This is a site for talking about tax matters and related tax issues. This type of discussion should be in a discussion group on Watergate or current events like on Yahoo, MSN, etc....

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