Monday, December 17, 2007

Huckabee's Chairman Hid Payoff Secret

By Robert Parry
December 18, 2007

The pundits on CNN’s “Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer” were unanimous: Republican campaign strategist Ed Rollins was a great guy and his hiring as national chairman for Mike Huckabee’s presidential campaign gave it a solid jolt of credibility.

But Blitzer’s panel of journalists on Dec. 14 didn’t seem to either know or care that Rollins has withheld evidence since 1991 about the identity of a top Filipino politician who admitted delivering an illegal $10 million cash payment to Ronald Reagan’s 1984 campaign from Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

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2 comments:

dr said...

I wonder where the money came from that was used to pay off radical Iranians in order to insure that they continued holding American hostages through the November 1980 election?

dr said...

I wonder where the money came from that was used to pay off radical Iranians in order to insure that they continued holding American hostages through the November 1980 election?