Ed Morrissey at Michelle Malkin-owned Hot Air on the release of Hillary's White House calendars:
There are no connections to Foster’s death. Hillary was not in town when he committed suicide, and hadn’t had a scheduled contact with Foster for over a month. Nothing in the record Holmes reviews suggests any sort of unusual activity or behavior.Why write this post at all? It might make sense if it was written to explicitly point out no connection between Hillary and Foster’s suicide in the schedules, but that’s not how Holmes writes this post. She claims that this sheds light on Foster’s death, but it provides nothing new at all. Only the most paranoid Clinton Derangement Syndrome sufferers thought that Hillary somehow arranged for Foster’s death, or that the Clintons had him “bumped off” at all.
several hours before Norman Hsu was apprehended in Colorado, I got a curious visit on my website. Someone had Googled “Norman Hsu suicide.” My site came up in the search results because someone had made reference to Vince Foster’s suicide in the comments of one of my Hsu posts.
Note the "hint hint" parenthetical from Malkin, throwing in the Foster reference for "context" in a story whose purpose (read it) is to suggest that perhaps, just maybe, with all plausible deniability, sinister forces were anticipating (or arranging for) Hsu's suicide before his arrest. I should add that, according to google, the comments sections at both Hot Air and Ms. Malkin's personal site are wretched hives of Vince Foster conspiracy theory.
I agree with Morrissey that only nutcases and paranoid Clinton Derangement Syndrome sufferers believe anything but that Foster was a sadly depressed man out of his home and his element in a vicious Washington freakshow.
When is he going to explain that to his boss?