They Take Care of Their Own
Having been found guilty of criminally mishandling classified documents relating to Middle Eastern terrorism and the Clinton administration's handling of it, Sandy Berger ought to have a tough time finding a new job, yes?
No, not so much:
Bill Clinton's former national security adviser Sandy Berger and longtime Al Gore senior aide Ron Klain have joined other Clintonistas as advisers on "Commander in Chief," in which Geena Davis is President. Hillary operatives are watching the show's ratings as a barometer for how she might fare in '08. "So far, it's doing really well," a source tells The News' Ken Bazinet.Yes, they really do take care of their own, don't they?
And don't you love how television now has two shows with Democratic presidents? Yes, Geena Davis' character is nominally an independent, but do you really think she'll embrace anything Republican?
If they can't have the real thing, they'll just concoct an imaginary Presidency and sell it to you for a profit.