The Paul O'Neill File


THE SIMPLETON AND THE SECRETARY IN WASHINGTON: A review of "The Price of Loyalty"  February,2004
In the Peter Sellers film classic, Being There, Sellers plays a simple-minded gardener. When Seller's character is asked his view on political subjects, his replies in the film are along the lines of "You need to water flowers in the spring for them to blossom in the summer".

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