Here is a story that probably would not have happened if President Bush had not been re-elected. DOWN SANDY'S PANTS January 15, 2005 -- Federal prosecutors haven't forgotten about Sandy Berger, Bill Clinton's na tional security advisor, who was caught smuggling classified documents from the National Archives by stuffing them down his pants and into his socks. It turns out that career Justice Department prosecuters have taken the case before a federal grand jury in Washington. Berger, recall, admitted taking up to 50 documents — marked "Code Word," the highest security classification — from the National Archives. He'd been vetting them, he said, for the national 9/11 Commission on behalf of Clinton. First, Berger "knowingly" stuffed handwritten notes he'd made from the documents down his socks without submitting them for a required review. Then he took original classified documents out of the archives entirely. When officials demanded their return, he said some of them had been destroyed. Everything, he says, was "inadvertent," or the result of "sloppiness." Among the missing documents are multiple drafts of an after-action memo by Richard Clarke reviewing al Qaeda attempts to attack America during the millennium celebration. The memo reportedly identified weaknesses so "glaring" that only "luck" prevented an attack on Clinton's watch. Instead of being outraged, Democrats have laughed the whole thing off as "typical Sandy." But would Clinton & Co. be laughing if, say, Condoleezza Rice had been discovered sneaking top secret documents out of the White House in her bra? Well, some of those top Democrats now find themselves being grilled by the grand jury — with more to come. Here's hoping the feds stay vigilant on this one — and hold those responsible for this outrage accountable. http://www.nypost.com/postopinion/editorial/38220.htm I just hope that it isn't an attempt to go after the Librarian instead of the Bergerlur.