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No One Died in Watergate

renechang Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 6:33 AM
I notice a greatdeal of partisan politics here, and I do not think it is helpful.question?Ask the proper question.
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No One Died in Watergate

renechang Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 6:31 AM
I agree that various other Presidents have committed crimes worse than Watergate, yet have escaped unscathed. Yet Nixon was hounded till he resigned. Don't we need to ask why? Read my hypothesis in Watergate - The political assassination. ISBN 9780956911933. Obama will escape as the deaths in Benghazi did not really affect any vested interests.
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The Richard Nixon Disinfectant Rule

renechang Wrote: May 08, 2012 6:59 AM
Nixon's visit to China 40 years ago was a great achievement and mainly beneficial. A re-examination of what actually happened at Watergate is needed. The latest doubts about ‘All the President’s Men’ are not the only problems with the accepted account of Nixon and Watergate. The idea that there was ‘wrong doing’ took root and became the accepted truth; only the foolish dared to question it. If an alternative explanation can be made about what was on the tapes, then the jury is still out although the sentence was passed and the ‘prisoner’ lynched. From a reading of his writings before Watergate, one can conclude that Nixon is first and foremost an American patriot. He would upset any vested interest group to defend the interest of the US
In response to:

The Richard Nixon Disinfectant Rule

renechang Wrote: May 08, 2012 6:59 AM
Nixon's visit to China 40 years ago was a great achievement and mainly beneficial. A re-examination of what actually happened at Watergate is needed. The latest doubts about ‘All the President’s Men’ are not the only problems with the accepted account of Nixon and Watergate. The idea that there was ‘wrong doing’ took root and became the accepted truth; only the foolish dared to question it. If an alternative explanation can be made about what was on the tapes, then the jury is still out although the sentence was passed and the ‘prisoner’ lynched. From a reading of his writings before Watergate, one can conclude that Nixon is first and foremost an American patriot. He would upset any vested interest group to defend the interest of the US
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