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Bubba undercuts Obama at convention

Excuse me, waiter?  Could I get an extra large Awesome burger, with extra Awesome sauce, and a jumbo order of Awesomely Awesome fries?  From The Hill:

Bill Clinton appeared to undermine Sen. Barack Obama again Tuesday. 

The former president, speaking in Denver, posed a hypothetical question in which he seemed to suggest that that the Democratic Party was making a mistake in choosing Obama as its presidential nominee.

He said: “Suppose for example you’re a voter. And you’ve got candidate X and candidate Y. Candidate X agrees with you on everything, but you don’t think that person can deliver on anything. Candidate Y disagrees with you on half the issues, but you believe that on the other half, the candidate will be able to deliver. For whom would you vote?”

Then, perhaps mindful of how his off-the-cuff remarks might be taken, Clinton added after a pause: “This has nothing to do with what’s going on now.”  (Of course not!  Who could possibly conclude such a thing? – Ed.)

Heh.  Here’s another laugher from the former intern-diddler-in-chief:

The former president talked about the importance of a politician being able to deliver on his promises following an electoral victory and how voters factor in that ability to deliver when picking their candidate.

Yeah, Bubba was all about those campaign promises.  You know, like “if elected, I’ll give the middle class a tax cut”, only to tell them after he was elected that said tax cut “couldn’t be afforded…sorry about that!”  Then there was the whole “gays in the military” thing he was going to allow, only to (thankfully) cave on that one.  Yessirree, Bubba is a fine one to talk about “delivering on promises” after getting elected.

Finally, here’s another bit:

Now in a convention that continues to be racked with stories and questions about how unified the Democratic Party truly is, Clinton’s appearance Wednesday — and his tendency to go off the teleprompter — has some Democrats very nervous.

I don’t know how to break it to those Mensa types at the DNC, but if there’s anyone they need to fear straying from the teleprompter, it’s their gaffe-tastic nominee.

Anywho, someone pass the popcorn.  This whole “unity” facade is more entertaining than playing a game of “pin the bacon on the Koran at Gitmo”!

August 27, 2008 - Posted by | Bill Clinton, Obama


  1. Could there be a larger thorn in the Obamamarxist’s keester than the Clintons?
    It’s rather poetic, and entertaining. I haven’t been able to stomach any of the convention thus far, but I’m actually kind of looking forward to Bill’s speech. I think the fact that he’s vacating the convention prior to Hussein’s big speech speaks volumes.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | August 27, 2008

  2. that Bill, he is just sooo funny. Wonder if the Obamaites will tell him to put some ice on it!

    Comment by moultrie | August 27, 2008

  3. KG I too am looking forward to Slick Willie’s speech tonight. But I’ve never watched a speech he’s given and won’t start tonight but the media tomorrow will give me the condensed version. I think this whole convention thing is great and the Clinton’s are still mad about receiving the same treatment from the media that they used to give Clinton’s opponents’!
    “a game of ”pin the bacon on the Koran at Gitmo”!” Now that’s funny!!

    Comment by tnjack | August 27, 2008

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