The Watergate standard

On November 17, 1973, President Richard Nixon said: “I am not a crook. I’ve earned everything I’ve got.” He also condemned the Watergate break-in that he himself was linked to.

The word “Watergate” itself refers to a break-in by the government into Democratic Party campaign offices June 17 1972. As such it gave the Republican Party benefit.

After the Watergate break-in, Richard Nixon won by a landslide in the November, 1972 election against George McGovern.

In other words, something happened during the campaign season that became much more widely understood down the road and Nixon resigned in 1974. There is not a campaign season and then a free-pass season.

I have pointed to more than three people involved in ransacking my home and violations of my privacy to benefit the Democratic Party. It is difficult to condemn the CIA, FBI etc. for their COINTELPRO-type activities when we cannot stop the Democratic Party from doing the same thing in its campaign activities.

Because of the anti-communism of the Republican Party, even the conservative media dares not report activities by the Democratic Party far more significant than the Watergate break-in.

The words of Nixon are reminiscent of the Obama administration’s claims that all its conflicts with me are “civil matters,” not criminal. The idea that some Democrats are waiting till 2012 to talk about this as if that were in any way standard in the United $tates is clearly only a racist standard, not based on Watergate.

The Paula Jones case involved a supposed sexual interaction with Bill Clinton in May, 1991. Clinton won election in 1992 and faced the Paula Jones case thereafter.

The people conspiring against me engaged in identity theft, a beating (not of me), household property theft, wiretapping and extortion. Yet none of this adds up to a “crime” or even a matter worthy of coverage by the media, because my status is that much lower than a Democratic Party campaign office’s or Paula Jones’s or even Linda Tripp’s.

All of this was already known during the Annapolis negotiations. There are no longer any excuses for the information not to come out except Democratic partisanship and Republican anti-communism.

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