http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hillary_Rodham_Clinton_controversies Alleged anti-Semitic comments Several people have accused Clinton of making anti-Semitic comments in private. In the 2000 book State of a Union: Inside the Complex Marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton by former National Enquirer reporter Jerry Oppenheimer, lawyer Paul Fray, who ran Bill Clinton's failed 1974 run for Congress, claimed that after that defeat, Hillary Rodham, then Clinton's girlfriend, raged that he (Fray) was a âFucking Jew Bastard.â Frayâs wife and businessman Neil McDonald both claim to have witnessed this slur. Hillary Clinton denied that she ever made such a remark and released a 1997 letter in which Fray apologized regarding statements he had made about her over the years. In addition, Fray had previously been disbarred for altering court documents and also suffered from a medical condition that may cause erratic behavior and memory loss. Moreover, Fray was only one-eighth Jewish, not one-half as the Oppenheimer book detailing the accusation had claimed. However, Fray was reported to have passed a polygraph test regarding the allegation. According to the polygraph examiner, "There's no doubt in my mind that Mr. Fray is truthful." Larry Patterson, a controversial former Arkansas state trooper and bodyguard to Bill and Hillary Clinton who related a series of lurid accusations about the couple as part of Troopergate, then said he heard the couple use anti-Semitic slurs â10 to 20â times. He asserts that he has heard Hillary use the term "Jew Bastard" and called President Clinton a "Jew Boy" and a "Mother Fucking Jew." In a discussion of the Fray allegation, Dick Morris, a former political adviser to President Clinton, asserted that a couple of years previously, Hillary Clinton may have used a Jewish stereotype during an argument about consulting fees, stating âMoney â that's all you people care about is money.â Morris conceded that it was unclear whether "you people" referred to Jews or to political consultants.