Who was G. Gordon Liddy referring to when he said, "If he would run over his grandmother for Nixon, what do you think he would do for God"?
#120977. Asked by 29CoveRoad. (Apr 04 11 12:57 PM)
"In Liddy’s autobiography “Will,” he says Colson plead guilty to a crime that was never committed as part of a deal to testify for the government against the other Nixon conspirators. Liddy saw it as part of Colson’s conversion and said: “… everyone who ever knew this guy is in trouble. If he would run over his grandmother for the president, what would he do for Jesus.”"
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