The most mysterious reality of an utterly baffling race for the Republican Presidential nomination (Mike Huckabee is a frontrunner??!) is undoubtedly the failure of Fred Thompson’s campaign to gain any traction.
Every rational person agrees that the case of former Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compean, who are now serving sentences of eleven and twelve years respectively for actions related to their confronting an illegal alien drug smuggler, is full of gross injustice. After that, it seems almost everything about the case that we think we know is murky and disputed at best. It seems each side has picked and chosen their own set of “facts” and interpretations to suit what they already wanted to believe about everything from our immigration policy to the personal character (or lack thereof) of President Bush.
Despite the perception created by the vast majority of the pro-Clinton news media, the now infamous Fox News Channel interview of Bill Clinton by Chris Wallace was hardly a confrontation, but actually was a remarkably soft exhibition of kid-glove treatment typical of celebrity interviews in general and almost anything dealing with Bill Clinton in particular. Here are the top 10 questions (of many) that Wallace should have asked Clinton (in the order I would have asked them) that the former President has never been forced to answer.