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Corporal Cueball Carville Cadet Award 
(for impugning the character of Clinton adversaries)


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"Women who’ve been polled seem to put it behind them as well, and are willing to move on and forget about it. Is that because Bill Clinton’s been such a great President whom they elected in great part, or is there something I want to say almost sexy about a man who can get away with things over and over again?"
-- Good Morning America co-host Lisa McRee to Deborah Tannen, August 18, 1998.

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Geraldo Rivera: "Do you believe that they had, at least indirectly, something to do with your ex-husband, Jim McDougal’s, ultimate demise?"
Susan McDougal: "I’m sorry, I couldn’t hear you"
Geraldo Rivera: "Did they help speed your husband’s sickness and his ultimate death?"
McDougal: "Oh, there’s no doubt in my mind!"
-- Geraldo Rivera referring to Ken Starr’s prosecutors in a question to Susan McDougal, April 14, 1999 Upfront Tonight on CNBC.

And the winner is:

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"Yes, the case is being fomented by right-wing nuts, and yes, she is not a very credible witness, and it’s really not a law case at all. But Clinton has got a problem here. He has a history of womanizing that most people believe is a problem....That’s a dangerous attitude to have. It lead to things like this, some sleazy woman with big hair coming out of the trailer parks....I think she’s a dubious witness, I really do."
-- Newsweek Washington Bureau Chief Evan Thomas on Paula Jones, May 7, 1994 Inside Washington.

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