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You could be credible in finding fault, not credible to call it nonsense.
I talked to Lisa Colodney today. Told her the subject of "The Silent Coup" came up on Topix.
She told me about Len Colodney taping a phone conversation with Bob Woodward. He then accused Woodward of this or that to a Washington Post reporter. Woodward said Colodney was lying.
Then Colodney played them the tape. Got his name in a Washington Post headline, and proved Bob Woodward a liar in one shot.
She also told about walking in Len's house during a rainstorm, water dripping off her hair, in a sloppy sweatshirt. Len said, "Come in the den. There's someone I want you to meet."
She walked in. There in an armchair sat G. Gordon Liddy.
The G-man. What an awesome badass. If I were an attorney, he would be my role model.
Of course, I disagree your assessment of Liddy's character. I see a very sad case there, when it comes to character. By my values--clearly not by yours.
Ask them about the Ratf*ker. Donald Segretti. They will well know.