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WSJ.com ::Who does Democratic National Chairman Terry McAuliffe think he is? Bill Clinton? Only a man of Mr. Clinton’s, er, self-confidence, could believe that he could get away with what Mr. McAuliffe is trying, to lead his party’s charge against President Bush on the issue of […]

WSJ.com ::Who does Democratic National Chairman Terry McAuliffe think he is? Bill Clinton? Only a man of Mr. Clinton’s, er, self-confidence, could believe that he could get away with what Mr. McAuliffe is trying, to lead his party’s charge against President Bush on the issue of business ethics. In the sermon he delivered to the Democratic National Committee summer meeting in Las Vegas Saturday, Mr. McAuliffe was so busy attacking the President for manipulating markets and exploiting September 11 that somehow he never mentioned the words Global Crossing.

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