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Start Thinking About Tomorrow: Hillary in '08

6/20/2007 7:28 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Click to return to TMZ.comHillary Clinton's campaign put together a video to reveal the final choice for her campaign theme song -- and it's a "Sopranos" spoof.

Senator Clinton even convinced the former leader of the free world to appear in her vid. Those carrot sticks?!? Get that man an Oscar!

And wait ... is that Johnny Sack? He lives ... and he's a Democrat!

Take a look.


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PeroW-Cheney    

What are they thinking? If somebody didn't vote for Bill, then why in the hell would somebody vote for Hillary?

Hillary Clinton would be lesser known than Kitty Dukakis if it weren't for Ross Perot. I'm all for a new minor party to emerge in 2008, but Democrats better reconsider or else the Democrat Party will be that new minor party.

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PeroW-Cheney    

http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56305

HERE'S THE VIDEO HILLARY DIDN'T WANT YOU TO SEE!

Full Hillary 'smoking gun' video released
Filed as evidence in case against New York senator, husband

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Posted: June 22, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern


By Art Moore
© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com



Hillary Clinton greeted at August 2000 Hollywood gala and fund-raiser by Peter Paul and his wife Andrea (Courtesy Hillcap.org)
The full, five-minute videotape touted as "smoking gun evidence" of two felonies committed by Sen. Hillary Clinton has been released to WND.

As WND reported, the tape was submitted as evidence to a California appeals court yesterday in a civil fraud suit against the New York Democrat and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

WND reported in April the tape indicates Clinton – despite denials throughout six years of investigation – was directly involved with business mogul Peter Franklin Paul in producing a lavish Hollywood fundraiser in August 2000 that eventually cost Paul nearly $2 million.

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Clinton's participation in the planning of the event would make Paul's substantial contributions a direct donation to her Senate campaign rather than her joint fundraising committee, violating federal statutes that limit "hard money" contributions to a candidate to $2,000 per person. Knowingly accepting or soliciting $25,000 or more in a calendar year is a felony carrying a prison sentence of up to five years.

Paul's complaint charges President Clinton destroyed his entertainment company to get out of a $17 million deal in which Clinton promised to promote the firm in exchange for stock, cash options and massive contributions to his wife's 2000 campaign. Paul contends he was directed by the Clintons and Democratic Party leaders to foot the bill for the Hollywood event.

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