Kris Weberg | January 7, 2005
Anyone following this Armstrong Williams story?


I don't think anyone here would support spending $240,00 of taxpayer's money to induce a journalist to report positively about a proposed government program.

And it makes you wonder who else is getting or has gotten payola on this. Did the Clinton Administration py anyone off to support its policies? Is Dubya's administration doing this elsewhere?

Very troubling.

Jackie Mason | January 10, 2005
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