Soo, after protecting the Clinton crime family with the theft of classified material Berger re-emerges as a big shot for Hillary!. With these choices of advisors it looks like we'll be back to the Clinton foreign policy. You know the one where OBL was offered up not once to Clinton but 10 times according to the head of the Osama Bin Laden group in the CIA as stated when this guy was on the Alan Colmes show last week. The Clinton crime family refused saying they couldn't make a criminal case against OBL.Battle for the Best and Brightest
Behind the scenes, the Clinton and Obama camps are competing fiercely for foreign policy aides to the 42nd president.
Battle for the Best and Brightest
By Michael Hirsh
Updated: 3:18 p.m. CT Sept 6, 2007
Sept. 6, 2007 - Presidential candidates seem to be getting shorter honeymoons these days. Maybe it's because they deserve it. Consider the fate of Fred Thompson, who found himself mocked by his GOP rivals within hours of jumping into the race. Thompson—who has spent more time playing a prominent government official than being one—seems to think the first GOP primary is taking place in Hollywood; he announced his candidacy Wednesday night on the Leno show, of all places. Also this week, Barack Obama, who was still considered a fresh face only a few months ago, was savaged by New York Times pundit Maureen Dowd for trying to play the oldest populist trick in the book: that of an insider politician posing as an outsider. Lagging badly in the national polls, Obama has put up a new ad in Iowa portraying himself as a reformer who has taken on "the powers in Washington." The Illinois senator aimed a direct barrage at his chief rival, Sen. Hillary Clinton, announcing at a town-hall meeting in suburban Des Moines this week that "there are those who tout their experience working the system in Washington, but the problem is that the system in Washington isn't working for us.".....
........The more experienced Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, has relied largely on her husband and a triumvirate of senior officials from his presidency—former secretary of state Madeleine Albright, former U.N. ambassador Richard Holbrooke and former national-security adviser Sandy Berger (who tries to keep a low profile after pleading guilty in 2005 to misdemeanor charges of taking classified material without authorization).