Sandy Berger, who served as National Security Adviser under President Clinton, is under criminal investigation for stealing classified documents associated with the 9/11 Commission Inquiry. Berger removed the classified documents (some of which he subsequently disposed of) from the National Archives, by stuffing them into his socks and trousers.
This is surely one of the most curious incidents of pilfering since Nixon campaign operatives broke into Democrat National Committee Headquarters in 1972, and it seems obvious to wonder whether Berger may have stolen any documents, the absence of which may have compromised the quality of the Commission's conclusions. Notwithstanding, Media bigshots like Dan Rather, and Democrat Party leaders like Tom Daschle and Terry MacAuliff, have expressed interest only in the "timing" of the revelation, and their minions have dutifully echoed that chorus.
A generous interpretation of the Democrats' and the Liberal Media's lack of curiousity about what Berger was filching, why he was filching it, or even the "timing" of his kleptomania, is that they don't believe in the importance of the 9/11 Commission to averting future attacks. To allow as much would be to admit that the Commission was formed to make partisan hay in an election year. If, on the other hand, they do believe the Commission's work is vital to defending America from terrorist attacks, the Democrats' and the Liberal Media's uncurious attitude toward Sandy Berger's antics reveals how unserious they are about winning the War on Terrorism.