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“War on women” irony lost on Democrats at their convention

A tribute to the late Senator Ted Kennedy, who killed a woman with his car and let her die in a slow, torturous watery tomb as his pickled #ss wandered up and down the road, pondering his political future.  Mary Jo Kopechne was unavailable for comment.  Then again, so was Kennedrunk.  Anywho, Teddy K also sexually accosted a waitress with Chris Dodd (Google “waitress sandwich Dodd Kennedy” if you don’t know).

Bill Clinton, a womanizing lout who raped Juanita Broaddrick.

Yet it’s Mitt Romney and the Republicans who have declared a “war on women”?  Got it.  Thanks for the clarification.

Irony: it’s not just for breakfast anymore.

September 5, 2012 Posted by | Bill Clinton, feminism, irony, Kennedrunk, Romney, shameful | 4 Comments

Time magazine helpfully edits Obama campaign ad to remove unflattering quote that was uttered, add flattering quote that wasn’t uttered

Obama is running a commercial with B.J. Clinton (Billy Jeff…William Jefferson…you perverts!) talking about B.O. ordering the hit on Bin Laden.  Details at Boortz’ site.  Here is the original, unedited transcript of BJ’s comment in the ad:

“That’s one thing George Bush said that was right:  the President is the Decider-in-Chief.  Nobody can make that decision for you.  Look, he knew what would happen.  Suppose the navy SEALs had gone in there and it hadn’t been bin Laden?  Suppose they’d been captured or killed?  The downside would have been horrible for him.  But he reasoned, ‘I cannot in good conscience do nothing.’  He took the harder and more honorable path, and one that produced, in my opinion, the best result.”

So Bubba opines that had the raid gone awry, the fallout would have been disastrous…for Obama!  Yeah, screw the SEALs and the country, the real issue would have been Obama’s re-election chances!  Way to keep your eyes on the prize (and off of the interns), BJ!

Well, Time magazine had an article, by former Newsweak hack Jon Meacham, with a slightly different (but highly significant) quote from Bubba:

“That’s one thing George Bush said that was right:  the President is the Decider-in-Chief.  Nobody can make that decision for you.  Look, he knew what would happen.  Suppose the navy SEALs had gone in there and it hadn’t been bin Laden?  Suppose they’d been captured or killed?  The downside would have been horrible (???? – CL).  But he reasoned, ‘I cannot in good conscience do nothing.’  He took the harder and more honorable path, and one that produced, in my opinion, the more honorable and best result.”

Notice how the quote was totally altered to remove the pesky and problematic “for him” part, and how “honorable” was added a second time, despite the fact that Bubba never used it the second time.  Isn’t the purpose of the quote to, oh I dunno, quote something that someone actually said?

Nope…no liberal media bias!

May 7, 2012 Posted by | Bill Clinton, media bias, Obama, Osama bin Laden, shameful | 1 Comment

Irony of the century: Bill Clinton wants a Ministry of Truth

Hey, guess which former president is now suddenly interested in the truth?  Bubba, that’s who!  And his newly found interest in pursuit of the truth is to be mainfested Big Brother style, like only a liberal Democrat can suggest with a straight face.  Excerpt:

Bill Clinton doesn’t like all the misinformation and rumors floating on the Internet. And he thinks the United Nations or the U.S. government should create an agency to do something about it.

“It would be a legitimate thing to do,” Clinton said in an interview airing Friday on CNBC.

One wonders how this “agency” would have reacted to accusations of a sitting president diddling a portly intern while declaring to the world that it wasn’t true.

So exactly who does Bubba see as unbiased arbiters of all things factual?

“That is, it would be like, I don’t know, National Public Radio or BBC or something like that, except it would have to be really independent and they would not express opinions, and their mandate would be narrowly confined to identifying relevant factual errors” he said.

I should have issued a beverage warning before that.  I’m cleaning Diet Pepsi off my monitor as I type this.

Bill Clinton, truth-seeker.  Irony: it tastes great with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.  Slurp-slurp-slurp-slurp-slurp!

May 16, 2011 Posted by | big government, Bill Clinton, irony, media bias, shameful | 3 Comments

Bubba: Let’s build the Ground zero mosque to honor the victims of 9/11…the Muslim victims!

When he’s not diddling portly interns, Bubba emerges long enough to spout this drivel:

Former President Bill Clinton strongly supports Park51, the mosque and community center planned near Ground Zero, he said in an interview posted on YouTube Sunday.

“I believe people should be free to practice their faith,” Clinton told Steve Grove, YouTube’s head of news and politics.

Someone please explain to the Horny Hick from Hope that this has jack squat to do with the right to worship freely.  Asking them to move a mosque is not the same as denying them their right to worship.

But here’s the kicker:

Clinton also had a suggestion for the builders of Park51.

“Much or even most of the controversy…could have been avoided, and perhaps still can be, if the people who want to build the center were to simply say, ‘We are dedicating this center to all the Muslims who were killed on 9/11,'” Clinton said.

Dedicating the center to the Muslim victims would show that “not all Muslims are terrorists,” Clinton said, and it could help unite all the family members of 9/11 victims in a common cause of remembrance. Many 9/11 family members have been outspoken in opposition of the center.

“We’ve all forgotten: There were a lot of Muslims killed on 9/11,” Clinton said.

Right…like Mohammed Atta and 18 of his buddies?

Friggin’ sicko.  He needs to stick to things he’s good at, like using chunky 20-somethings for his personal humidor.

October 7, 2010 Posted by | Bill Clinton, political correctness, religion of peace | 2 Comments

Clinton and his Weiner in wedded bliss

Obviously I am not referring to Bubba’s partnership with Shrillary, since we all know there’s as much passionate love between those two as there is between Rosie O’Donnell and a Stairmaster.  No, here‘s what I’m talking about:

Bill Clinton is not giving away his daughter Chelsea’s hand in marriage for another three weeks. But he is going to get a little practice at the altar on Saturday, when he officiates at the wedding of Representative Anthony D. Weiner and Huma Abedin, a longtime aide to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.

The ceremony will be at Oheka Castle in Huntington, N.Y., in the early evening.

Matt McKenna, a Clinton spokesman, told The Associated Press that Mr. Clinton would conduct the ceremony and was authorized to do so, but did not elaborate. Aides to Mr. Weiner, who represents Queens and Brooklyn, declined to comment.

I can only imagine the awkward silence and tongue-biting when Bubba got to the “forsaking all others, for as long as you both shall live” part.

Clinton…Weiner…sometimes, these stories just write themselves!  😆

July 11, 2010 Posted by | Bill Clinton, humor, New York | 5 Comments

Obama meets with Bill Clinton, discusses crisis management

This one practically writes itself, doesn’t it?

But before the presser, Obama will have lunch with someone who knows something about damage control. 

Former President Clinton, whose affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky landed him in trouble with the law, Congress and his wife, might have a thing or two to tell Obama about how to handle a crisis.

Well, if anyone knows about trying to do damage controls over unwanted spills and “plug the damn hole”, it’s Bubba.  😆

May 27, 2010 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Obama, oil | 2 Comments

It begins: Violence Bill Clinton warned us about has occurred

Folks, as much as it pains me to say this, I have to be honest: Bubba was right.

Yes, indeed.  Recall last week that Bubba took a break from poking portly interns to tell us that Tea Partiers are all potential Tim McVeighs.  He warned us that the angst against elected government officials could translate into actual threats of violence.  He was right, as was seen here in FL.  From the Orlando Slant-inel:

FBI agents and representatives with the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office said they arrested a Spring Hill man on a charge of threatening harm against U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite.

The Brooksville Republican’s office received a “telephonic threat” on March 25 from an unidentified male, authorities said.

Late Sunday, FBI agents and Hernando deputies arrested Erik Lawrence Pidrman, 66, in connection with the threat. The charge involves “threatening to assault or murder” a U.S. official, according to FBI Special Agent Dave Couvertier.

Pidrman’s bail was set at $20,000 on Monday, and he was ordered to wear an electronic monitoring and home-detention device.

Hernando deputies and the FBI started a joint investigation after Brown-Waite’s Brooksville office received the threat.

Brown-Waite’s district includes parts of Lake, Polk and Marion counties, as well as all of Citrus, Hernando, and Sumter counties and portions of Levy and Pasco counties.

Her office released a text of the voicemail soon after it was received March 25.

The caller stated: “Just wanna let you know I have 27 people that are going to make sure that this [expletive deleted] does not live to see her next term. Goodbye.”

Wait, what?  A threat against a Republican legislator?  Is this what BJ Clinton was talking about?

It gets better: the nutbar who threated Congresswoman Brown-Waite is a Democrat, having donated to BJ’s wife’s failed 2008 presidential bid.  Luckily, the Slant-inel pointed out the Hillary connection for us.

Of course I’m kidding!  There’s no way the Slant-inel would point that out.  That kind of deep digging and investigative journalism would have required a lot of resources…such as a Google search.  Hell, a nanocalorie might have been burned if the Slant-inel‘s reporters would have done that!  But nope, no liberal media bias!

The left’s narrative just took a big hit with this story.

April 20, 2010 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Florida, Hillary, moonbats, Tea Party | 3 Comments

Weekend roundup

Obabykiller appears at Notre Dame, a Catholic school, and says that they need to be more accepting of infanticide.  Naturally, the MSM touts his bravery (because wanting babies to die is indicative of raw manly courage, no?).  Nope…no liberal media bias!

Not content with being the inspiration for a word that reflects journalistic malfeasance, NYT leftist columnist Maureen Dowd decided to further erode what shreds of credibility she had remaining by plagiarizing a lefty blog.  This, of course, qualifies her to be vice-president now.

While Nancy Peliar is going down quicker than Monica Lewinsky in her presidential kneepads over her lies regarding what she knew about torture/waterboarding, she does the predictable: she blames Bush.  Alas, Leon Panetta (THAT Leon Panetta?) throws her under the bus on that one, too.  So what does the White House have to say on the matter?  “Present.

Dick Cheney says that Obama is a threat to national security.  Gore slams Cheney for the comments, saying that he at least waited two years before accusing Bush of “betraying the country” and “playing on our fears.”  There’s a problem with the Goreacle’s comments, though: he’s lying through his teeth.  “Two years” apparently means “a little less than one year, several times.”  His lies were easy to verify via a cursory search on the Internet, which led Adam White to quip: “I’ve turned Al Gore’s own creation against him.”   😆

Bubba recently said that Dick Cheney should avoid criticizing Oprompter, because “I do hope he gets some target practice before he goes out again.”  Someone please tell me that a man who had a little “shooting” trouble of his own around a certain blue dress is not critiquing anyone’s aim!

May 17, 2009 Posted by | abortion, Bill Clinton, Christianity, Gore, hypocrisy, irony, media bias, Obama, Pelosi | 1 Comment

“Hope” and “change” picks another Clintonista for his administration

Not content to picking a Clinton holdover who defended a presidential assassin to be his general counsel, as well as picking a slew of other Clintonistas, President-elect Hopenchange decided to show his commitment to “change” by going back to the 1990’s one more time.  His pick for Attorney General is none other than Eric Holder.

Yeah…that Eric Holder.  Excerpts from NRO:

As we observed throughout the campaign, Barack Obama gave indications that his election would mean a return to the September 10 mentality, a national-security outlook marked prominently by its lack of seriousness about the terrorist threat. In choosing Eric Holder to be his attorney general, President-Elect Obama has taken a step toward confirming those misgivings.

Holder was the Clinton administration’s last deputy attorney general, succeeding Jamie Gorelick in 1997 under Janet Reno. That appointment marked the final elevation in a series of Clinton-era promotions that punctuate his rèsumè. Holder’s rise, like Obama’s own, is of symbolic significance, as he now has been nominated to be the nation’s first black attorney general. Symbolism, however, cannot camouflage the fact that Holder is a conventional, check-the-boxes creature of the Left.

He is convinced justice in America needs to be “established” rather than enforced; he’s excited about hate crimes and enthusiastic about the constitutionally dubious Violence Against Women Act; he’s a supporter of affirmative action and a practitioner of the statistical voodoo that makes it possible to burden police departments with accusations of racial profiling and the states with charges of racially skewed death-penalty enforcement; he’s more likely to be animated by a touchy-feely Reno-esque agenda than traditional enforcement against crimes; he’s in favor of ending the detentions of enemy combatants at Guantanamo Bay and favors income redistribution to address the supposed root causes of crime.

In any other time, Holder would simply be an uninspired choice. But these are not ordinary times — we face a serious, persistent threat from Islamist terrorists. At the same time, Democrats have expressed outrage over both the alleged politicization of the Justice Department and the reckless disregard of its storied traditions. For these times, it is difficult to imagine a worse choice for AG than Eric Holder.

Some of you may remember hearing Holder’s name before:

Much has been made, and appropriately so, of Holder’s untoward performance in the final corrupt act of the Clinton administration: the pardons issued in the departing president’s final hours. Of these, most notorious is the case of Marc Rich, an unrepentant fugitive wanted on extensive fraud, racketeering, and trading-with-the-enemy charges — but granted a pardon nonetheless thanks to the intercession of his ex-wife, a generous donor to Clinton’s library and legal-defense fund.

Holder’s role was aptly described as “unconscionable” by a congressional committee. He steered Rich’s allies to retain the influential former White House counsel Jack Quinn (Holder later conceded he hoped Quinn would help him become attorney general in a Gore administration); he helped Quinn directly lobby Clinton, doing an end-run around the standard pardon process (including DOJ’s pardon attorney); and he kept the deliberations hidden from the district U.S. attorney and investigative agencies prosecuting Rich so they couldn’t learn about the pardon application and register their objections.

There’s more. In 1999, over the objections of the FBI, the Bureau of Prisons, and prosecuting attorneys, Holder supported Clinton’s commutation of the sentences of 16 FALN conspirators. These pardons — of terrorists who even Holder has conceded had not expressed any remorse — were issued in the months after al-Qaeda’s 1998 U.S. embassy bombings, when the Clinton administration was pretending to be the scourge of terrorism. The commutations were nakedly political, obviously designed by Clinton to assist his wife’s impending Senate campaign by appealing to New York’s substantial Puerto Rican vote.

Equally noxious were the stealthy pardons of Susan Rosenberg and Linda Evans — Weather Underground terrorists associated with Obama’s friends Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn — issued on the same day as the Rich pardon. Rosenberg and Evans had been serving decades-long sentences for bombings targeting American government facilities. With Holder again helping to circumvent the pardon process and to evade objections from prosecutors, the terrorists’ jail terms were commuted just weeks after the bombing of the U.S.S. Cole.

Under Holder’s stewardship, moreover, the Justice Department chose, in the Dickerson case, to oppose its own prosecutors and seek reversal of the conviction of a bank robber whose voluntary confession had been elicited without Miranda warnings. Taking the Justice Department’s signal, the Supreme Court overruled the lower courts and vacated the conviction, upending 30 years of precedent which had held that Miranda was not part of the core Fifth Amendment guarantee. Thanks to this ruling, rendered in the comfort of pre-9/11 complacence, terrorists tried in civilian courts — which is where Obama and Holder want them to be tried — will enjoy a powerful argument against the admission of critical confession evidence.

Only in America can a man who worked to pervert justice now be tabbed to run the Department of Justice.  This makes as much sense as letting Ted Kennedrunk run the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.

That Holder is liberal doesn’t bother me.  After all, a closet liberal masquerading as a “centrist” just won the election, so he gets to pick whomever he wants to run his new administration.  However, picking a man with a racial axe to grind and with a lethal naivete that was central to the policymaking of his previous employer’s administration is frightening.

God, please have mercy on this country.

November 19, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, corruption, Obama | 1 Comment

1992 deja vu?

Found at Ace:

Ahhhh, 1992.

The LA riots, a VP candidate misspells potato, Nirvana is top of the charts, Sinead O’Connor rips up the Pope’s pic on SNL, Spike Lee gives Obama some of his favorite lines in Malcolm X, the economy slides into the clammy embrace of recession.

And a young presidential candidate puts a big bear hug around the electorate’s largest demographic by repeatedly promising a middle class tax cut.

Now there are campaign promises and there are Campaign Promises. This one is historic because not only was it quickly broken, but within months it was replaced by the Largest Tax Increase In American History. Quite a switch — did I mention that The Crying Game came out in 1992 as well?

Broken promises of middle class tax cuts? We’ll meet again.

Democrats haven’t done a tax cut since JFK almost a half-century ago.

October 31, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Obama, taxes | 1 Comment

Quote of the day

Bubba on Gov. Sarah Palin:

“I come from Arkansas, I get why she’s hot out there,” Clinton said.

I bet you do, Bubba…I bet you do!  😆

September 23, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Palin, quote of the day | 9 Comments

Laugher of the day, Bubba edition

BEVERAGE ALERT!  Put down your morning joe before reading this from Allahpundit:

Contrary to reports, it wasn’t the song playing while he was leaving; that was “Beautiful Day” by U2. Only after he had safely gone did they kick into [Robert Palmer’s “Addicted to Love”] … just as the camera panned to Hillary. Oy.

Exit question: One last middle finger from Team Barry? Keep Chaos alive!

Irony…it’s not just for breakfast anymore!  😆

August 28, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Hillary, irony | 3 Comments

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 | 3 Comments

Bubba said WHAT?

That whole “message – messenger” thingy still gets to me.  From the Beeb:

Former US President Bill Clinton has said that improving health services is the main challenge to fighting HIV/Aids in Africa, not a lack of money.

In a BBC interview, Mr Clinton said his foundation had therefore been focusing more and more on cost-effective ways to improve national health systems.

He also said encouraging monogamy should be an important part of the fight against HIV/Aids.

Dude…did Bubba, of all people, preach the values of monogamy?  Surreal.

August 6, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton | 4 Comments

McCain: Exactly how would Bubba know about a POW’s mental state?

Disgraced former president Bill Clinton has picked up the theme on “Hey, let’s attack McCain’s military service as an effective campaign technique”.  Bubba theorized at a campaign stop that former POW’s are mentally unstable.  McCain, though, illustrated that he has a sense of humor and a biting wit.  Quips J-Mac:

I don’t know where he gets his expertise.

Zing!  The video clip (in its context) is available here.  Notes Ed:

He delivers what may be the classic rebuttal of his career, exposing Clinton’s lack of standing to even comment on such an issue.


July 8, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, McCain, shameful | 11 Comments

Bubba accuses Obama of “playing race card”, then denies saying it

Boy, you have got to see this!  I am well aware of the fact that Bill Clinton is a pathological liar, as are all of you.  But my God, people, you have got to see how Shep Smith uses video to expose Bubba’s lies (or feeblemindedness) to the world.  He speaks his mind, then subsequently denies doing it, then blames the reporter…all in the span of less than 24 hours!  If this were comedy gold, I’d give it a good 24k rating.

Hat tip to Johnny Dollar for his efforts on putting this together.

April 22, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Obama | 1 Comment

Bubba lies multiple times trying to defend Hillary’s Bosnia lie

Just keep digging that hole deeper, Bubba.  From Politico:

“You know, I got tickled the other day. A lot of the way this whole campaign has been covered has amused me. But there was a lot of fulminating because Hillary, one time late at night when she was exhausted, misstated — and immediately apologized for it — what happened to her in Bosnia in 1995 [sic]. Did y’all see all that? Oh, they blew it up.

“Now I say that because, what really has mattered is that even then she was interested in our troops. And I think she was the first first lady since Eleanor Roosevelt to go into a combat zone. And you woulda thought, you know, that she’d robbed a bank the way they carried on about this. And some of them, when they’re 60, they’ll forget something when they’re tired at 11 at night, too.”

“One time”, “late at night”, “immediately apologized”, and “first First Lady since Eleanor Roosevelt to visit a combat zone”?  Um…not quite, Clenis:

CBS News producer Ryan Corsaro, who covers Senator Clinton, reports she made the claim in mid-morning on St. Patrick’s Day.

CBS also has aired videotape of the senator making the claim on at least two other occasions.

The Eleanor Roosevelt claim also has been questioned, since Pat Nixon traveled to Vietnam in 1969.

Bubba’s getting senile and cranky in his golden years, isn’t he?  However, his lying mechanism still works well after all these years.

April 11, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Hillary | 8 Comments

Obama: Hey, lookie…Bubba met with Rev. Nutjob once!

From the Old Gray Hag’s blog:

During one of the most difficult periods in the presidency of Bill Clinton, he addressed a group of clerics at an annual prayer breakfast in September 1998 just as the Starr report outlining his dalliance with Monica Lewinsky was about to be published.

Among those in attendance, was the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr., who is seen shaking hands with Mr. Clinton in a photograph provided today by the Obama campaign. Mr. Wright’s relationship with Senator Barack Obama, as his longtime pastor, has been the subject of considerable controversy in recent days because of incendiary excerpts of sermons Mr. Wright gave at their church, Trinity United Church of Christ, in Chicago.

In providing the photograph to The New York Times, the Obama campaign appeared to be trying to divert some attention to the Clintons after a week in which Mr. Obama’s relationship with Mr. Wright has left him facing one of the biggest challenges of his campaign. There is nothing in the picture or the note that addresses whether Mr. Clinton had met Mr. Wright prior to the White House meeting or whether he or Mrs. Clinton knew anything about Mr. Wright’s views. … 

Got that?  In liberal-ese, meeting a dude one time is the same as having said dude be your “spiritual mentor” and “unity advisor” for two decades.  Using this “logic” (and I use the word loosely), that sorority chick I picked up at Bullwinkle’s Tavern in 1994 and took back to my apartment for an evening of unbridled fornication must be my wife.  After all, “one time” equals “enduring relationship”, now doesn’t it?

March 24, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Obama | Leave a comment

Bubba fears Goreacle’s endorsement of Obama

Story here.  I’m not sure why he’s sweating it, though.  I mean, Al Bore endorsed Howard “the Scream” Dean in 2004, and look what kind of mileage that endorsement got.

February 11, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Gore, Obama | 6 Comments

Bubba: Wreck the economy for Mother Gaia

If you ever needed proof that the global “warming” crowd was championed by anti-capitalists (among other miscreants), then look no further than the former Diddler-in-Chief:

Bill: “We Just Have to Slow Down Our Economy” to Fight Global Warming

Former President Bill Clinton was in Denver, Colorado, stumping for his wife yesterday.

In a long, and interesting speech, he characterized what the U.S. and other industrialized nations need to do to combat global warming this way: “We just have to slow down our economy and cut back our greenhouse gas emissions ’cause we have to save the planet for our grandchildren.”

At a time that the nation is worried about a recession is that really the characterization his wife would want him making? “Slow down our economy”? 

Exit question: Does his wife really want him saying stuff like this, tipping off the “great unwashed” to their leftist schemes while she’s trying to con America into voting for her Marxist #ss?

January 31, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, economic ignorance, global warming, Hillary | 3 Comments

Headline of the day

BEVERAGE WARNING!  Put down your morning coffee (or, if you’re a Kennedy, your morning Dewars) before reading this headline:

Clinton Says She Can Control Her Husband

RightOf course you canWhy wouldn’t we believe youIt’s obvious! You’ve done a bang-up job thus far. Why, he’s practically tame.

January 31, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, headlines, Hillary | 11 Comments

Shrillary: Bubba attacks Obama because he loves me

I probably should have given you a beverage warning before putting up that headline.  Well, here’s your beverage warning now, because Ace strikes:

Here is Hill in her own words:

Clinton was asked on CBS television’s “Face the Nation” whether her husband was “out of control” after he took the Illinois senator, and the media to task, during a foul-tempered week-long campaign.”You know, my husband has such a great commitment to me and to my campaign,” the New York senator said.

“He loves me just like, you know, husbands and wives get out there and work on each others’ behalf.”

She blamed the tensions of the tight battle for the party’s presidential nomination

“Maybe he got a little carried away. You know, that comes with a hard-fought election,” she said.

Now this is the section of the blog where you expect cogent, thoughtful analysis. Perhaps a bit of psychoanalysis even.

Well, my friends, I will not disappoint you. As a trusted political pundit, you can get my in-depth thoughts after the jump.



My husband “has such a great commitment to me….” HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH


*Can’t Breathe…Laughing to hard*


He loves me...”


Husbands and wives get out there and work on each others’ behalf….”


Oh man….you can’t make stuff like this up. She can’t be serious.

Can she?


Man, that’s rich!

January 28, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Hillary | 1 Comment

Obama trounces Her Highness in SC

Part 1 of Dick Morris’ prediction came true today, as Barry O stomped a mudhole in the Hildebeast.  Bubba ticked off a lot of black South Carolinians there.  Morris predicts that this will help Billary galvanize white voters to vote for Shrillary in FL and beyond.  Time will tell.

January 26, 2008 Posted by | bigotry, Bill Clinton, Hillary, Obama | 5 Comments

Quote of the day

Mitt Romney from last night’s GOP debate in Florida:

“I frankly can’t wait because the idea of Bill Clinton back in the White House with nothing to do is something I can’t imagine.” 

Ouch!  Nicely done, sir.

January 25, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Florida, Romney | 3 Comments

Shrillary and Obama war heating up

I enjoy some hot blue-on-blue action, as much as anyone does, but dude…this is scorching!  I’m giddier than Larry Craig in a cop-free bathroom stall!

Check out this whine from Bill Clinton:

But the former president, stumping in South Carolina on his wife’s behalf, hurled a venomous new broadside against the Illinois senator.

“I never heard a word of public complaint when Mr. Obama said Hillary was not truthful, no character, was poll-driven,” he told startled reporters. 

Um…because it’s all true?  I’m just sayin’.

Bubba commences to scold the press:

“They are feeding you this because they know this is what you want to cover. This is what you live for,” he told CNN reporter Jessica Yellin, who asked him for a response to Harpootlian at an appearance in South Carolina. “They just spin you up on this and you happily go along,” Clinton said. As aides steered him away, he scolded: “Shame on you.” 

Check out Leaky Leahy’s take on it:

In Washington, Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick J. Leahy (D-Vt.), who endorsed Obama last week, castigated the former president for what he called his “glib cheap shots” at Obama, saying both sides should settle down but placing the blame predominantly on Clinton.

“That’s beneath the dignity of a former president,” Leahy told reporters, adding: “He is not helping anyone, and certainly not helping the Democratic Party.” 

Got that?  Diddling an intern, lying under oath, and a pattern of corruption are things that are not “beneath the dignity of a former president”, but a public temper tantrum is.  Those Dems and their moral compasses, eh?

Dems are petrified that this bitter battle between Barry O and Her Highness could divide the party during the general election.  We should be so lucky.

January 24, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Hillary, Obama | 5 Comments

Obama has ephiphany: Bubba not truthful!

I tell ya, folks, that with that kind of perception, Obama is exactly what this country needs.  For those of you on the left, the prior sentence was sarcasm.  From My Way News:

Barack Obama challenged Bill Clinton’s truthfulness Monday in a deepening feud with the husband of Obama’s Democratic presidential rival.

Obama’s rebuke of the former president, who is still extremely popular with Democrats (what can we say? Dems love their horny liars! – Ed.), came on the holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr., when both Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton focused on the civil rights leader.

In an interview on ABC, Obama twice questioned Bill Clinton’s veracity.

“I have to say just broadly, you know, the former president, who I think all of us have a lot of regard for, has taken his advocacy on behalf of his wife to a level that I think is pretty troubling. You know, he continues to make statements that aren’t supported by the facts, whether it’s about my record of opposition to the war in Iraq, or our approach to organizing in Las Vegas,” Obama said on “Good Morning America.”

“You know, this has become a habit,” he said. “And one of the things that I think we’re going to have to do is to directly confront Bill Clinton when he’s not making statements that are factually accurate.” 

Barry O, you don’t have enough hours in the day to confront Bubba on every lie he tells.

January 22, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Obama | Leave a comment

Bubba dozes off during MLK tribute

Somehow, you just know this will wind up being Bush’s fault before it’s all said and done:


January 22, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton | 3 Comments

“Uncle Bills”?

I absolutely love this new term from Rush:

John Lewis and Charlie Rangel throw Barack Obama overboard. They’re Uncle Bills: Uncle Toms who sell out Obama for their white master, Bill Clinton.

 Add the founder of BET to the list of “Uncle Bills”, too.

January 16, 2008 Posted by | bigotry, Bill Clinton, Obama | 5 Comments

Bubba not sold on “Obamania”

According to Hot Air, the Clenis called Obama’s current folk hero status “the biggest fairly tale I’ve ever seen”!  That’s odd, since I thought Barney Frank had the biggest fairy’s tail one had ever seen.

Hmm?  Oh, sorry…he said “fairy tale“, didn’t he?  My bad.

January 9, 2008 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Obama | 1 Comment

Bubba says Her Highness is a “genius”

Not just a “genius”, but a “world-class genius”, at that.  Yes indeed, this “genius” was so brilliant that she had no idea that her hubby was a serial philanderer or a pathological liar!  She is such a “genius” that she never remembered a damned thing whenever under oath in a deposition.  She is such a “genius” that she had no idea that she had left the Rose Law Firm billing records that had been subpoenaed out on a table in plain sight that had been checked a bazillion times.

With that kind of “genius” in the Oval Office, God have mercy on this country.

December 21, 2007 Posted by | Bill Clinton, Hillary | 3 Comments