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If you don’t know who Scaife is, The Corner has some background…

In this picture, she is seen talking to none other than Richard Mellon Scaife, the owner of the paper and the man who once said that the death of Vincent Foster was the “Rosetta stone” of the Bill Clinton administration. (He also funded the so-called “Arkansas Project” at The American Spectator.)

By the way, this picture was taken today at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review’s editorial meeting. So, in essence, she HAD to be there. I can’t imagine trying to play nice with the guy who spent untold millions on projects to unearth or manufacture some of most vile things you can say about a person. Personally, I wouldn’t have gone if he insisted on being there.

For more on Scaife, click here.

  • C Stanley

    Heh. I guess, continuing James Carville’s narrative, Jesus has now (after being betrayed by Judas) descended to the depths of hell to bind Satan.

  • George Sorwell

    My irony meter just melted!!

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  • Mark Pfeiffer

    With Scaife on board, expect the next step to be a T-R generated rumor purporting to have evidence of Obama performing unspeakable acts with unwilling barnyard animals.

  • TerenceC

    This is weird – Clinton hasn’t been seen in public with Scaife ever that I remember – I wonder what she promised him for his silence in Pittsburgh………must be pretty juicy.

  • Sandy

    She didn’t HAVE to be there. She could have said no. She was there because she an ego-maniac blinded by ambition. She’s willing to compromise her soul.

    This was a slap in the face of all of us who supported and defended the Clintons against the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy.

    Here’s a quote from Davey Crockett that describes her:

    “It is quite possible that someone is insane and they think they have a chance. Not insane in the clinical sense, but they may have such a strong political ambition that they blind themselves to reality.”