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Nambe Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-14-03 06:48 PM
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As Clinton seeks to mark legacy, counter- library group wants to mock it
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP)


Rising from the downtown streets, a $160 million center will one day be a place to celebrate the accomplishments of Bill Clinton's eight years as leader of the free world.

Just a few blocks away, a Houston businessman and a former one-term Republican congressman from New York (former U.S. Rep. John LeBoutillier) are hoping to build a center of their own to mock the Clinton presidency. ---

The Counter-Clinton Library here, and one planned for Washington, will be places where people can remember Whitewater, Paula Jones and Monica Lewinsky, according to LeBoutillier and his business partner, Richard Erickson. ---

Dick Morris, Clinton's former strategist who resigned after revelations of an affair with a former call girl, has pledged stacks of his insider documents, as has Gary Aldrich, the former FBI agent whose best-seller about Clinton's scandals made headlines in 1997. ---

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