BILLINGSGATE POST: Former Clinton National Security Adviser, Sandy Berger, died December 2, 2015 at the age of 70. With a legacy marred when he pleaded guilty in 2005 to removing highly classified documents from the National Archives in Washington the previous year, it was reported that he was taking it in the socks to protect the legacy of his former boss, Slick Willie Clinton.
Berger, who was caught red-footed by security cameras filling his socks with these highly classified documents, explained to authorities that it is customary for self-conscious Jewish men to enhance their spindly legs by stuffing money or other papers into their socks because Jewish chicks dig guys with bulges in their pants.
While these socks will never rival Monica Lewinsky's infamous blue dress that was donated to the Smithsonian Institution, they will stand stiffly in silence next to Monica's dress as part of the legacy of President Slick Willie Clinton.
Few socks become more famous than the man wearing them. But even fewer men become famous for their socks. Both Sandy and his socks have found their deserved place in American history.