Bill Clinton

Hey @JohnKasich, you left this awesome Bill Clinton letter off your ‘Defending the Second Amendment’ policy webpage. Kasich – bold defender of your 2nd Amendment rights and the American way.

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Exclusive new footage of Marine getting booted; wait until you see what you missed. This is a link to tww more videos regarding this.

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VIDEO: Bill Clinton snaps at veteran during speech: ‘Shut up and listen to my answer.’ Slick Willie had the cops remove him.

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Bill Clinton accuses Sanders’ supporters of sexism. OK, our irony meter just blew up. Let’s forget about Pedophile, Island, Monica Lewinsky, Gennifer Flowers and a long list of others.null

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GOP Candidates Are Pulling Punches with Hillary Clinton, but They Need to Hit Her Hard. We say they need to go for the jugular vein and attack Hillary and Bill. Everyone knows what they are, makes no sense to mamby-pamby around about it.

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Woman Who Confronted Hillary Clinton Over Rape Claims: My Kids Are Being Threatened. Seems we may have a familiar pattern working  here.

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Sex-abuse victims want to depose feds involved in Jeffrey Epstein deal. Great timing! More pressure on Hillary over Bill’s alleged sexual perversions on Pedphile Island.


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You won’t believe this one. When it comes to Medicare reform and the budget, Slick Willie has transformed into scared Willie.

Clinton approached Ryan backstage to express his concern that Democrats would use their special election victory in NY-26 as an excuse to accelerate their inaction on Medicare reform.

Talking Points Memo has the conversation:

“I’m glad we won this race in New York,” Clinton can be seen saying in the video. “But I hope Democrats don’t use it as an excuse to do nothing.”

Ryan responded: “My guess is it’s gonna sink into paralysis, is what’s gonna happen. And you know the math. I mean, It’s just — we knew we were putting ourselves out there. But you gotta start this. You gotta get out there. You gotta get this thing moving.”

Clinton told Ryan to call him if he ever wanted to talk about the issue, Ryan said he would, and the two parted.

We’re going to guess Clinton didn’t know the cameras were rolling.

Source: Talking Points Memo

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Is there anything better than seeing Chris Matthews embarrassed on national television? OK, sure, seeing Keith Olbermann pantsed by midgets might be funnier, but seeing Chris Matthews embarrassed runs a close second.

Chris hosted four British journalists this weekend and in an effort to demean George W. Bush, made the ludicrous claim that former Prime Minister Tony Blair “was much closer emotionally and politically to Bill Clinton.”

Surely, Matthews never expected them to unanimously disagree. Liberal blogger Andrew Sullivan shook his head no. Gillian Tett of the Financial Times did the same. Katty Kay of the BBC said, “No.” Matt Frei said, “Wrong.”

Kay and Frei didn’t stop there.

Watch the video clip. You’ll love Matthews’ pathetic closing line.


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Al Gore loves ethanol. In fact, on the Al Gore Love-O-Meter, ethanol ranks just ahead of pork ribs and happy ending massages. And while Bill Clinton is equally fond of both guilty pleasures, he has finally figured out that diverting corn to ethanol reduces the amount of corn available for food and drives up prices.

So we’re pretty confident that Gore is not happy with Clinton’s comments. Not happy at all.

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Al Gore tries to get a little chunk of corn-fed pork rib from between his front teeth

The Associated Press has details of Clinton’s corny comments:

Former President Bill Clinton is warning farmers not to use so much corn for ethanol fuel that it raises food prices and causes riots in other countries.

Clinton told farmers and Agriculture Department employees that he believes producing biofuels such as corn-based ethanol is important for reducing U.S. dependence on foreign oil. But he says farmers also should look beyond domestic production and consider the needs of developing countries.

Clinton spoke Thursday at the department’s annual Agricultural Outlook Forum. His foundation has worked to develop agribusiness in African countries such as Malawi and Rwanda.

Al Gore just called to correct this story. He said he likes pork ribs much more than ethanol.

Source: Associated Press

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It’s not just partisan Republicans who’ve noticed Chris Matthews unhealthy obsession with Democrat presidents. Even the Huffington Post finds something distinctly odd about Matthews’ much-hyped Bill Clinton special.


Whatever gets you off, Chris. It's really none of our business.

But let’s just have HuffPo tell you in its own words:

Even die-hard Bill Clinton fans had to have been a little creeped out by Chris Matthews’ overly-fawning docu-special, “President of the World: The Bill Clinton Phenomenon.” While the former president’s humanitarian efforts and his diplomatic reach are undeniably critical, even inspiring, with Matthews playing Clinton’s personal hype man, town crier and super fan all rolled into one, it’s kind of hard to focus on the message and not the messenger.

Surely we’re not the only ones who think that Matthews may fantasize that he is Monica Lewinsky.

Go to his house and we fear you’ll find a closet full of blue dresses that are 44 longs.

Source: Huffington Post

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All the Southern Democrats are becoming Republicans. Joe Lieberman became in independent. And anyone else who still calls himself a Democrat has become a socialist. That pretty much leaves the centrist DLC with no potential members.


Lindsey Graham and John McCain celebrate their election to the Democrat Leadership Council has the specifics:

The Democratic Leadership Council, the iconic centrist organization of the Clinton years, is out of money and could close its doors as soon as next week, a person familiar with the plans said Monday.

The DLC, a network of Democratic elected officials and policy intellectuals had long been fading from its mid-’90s political relevance, tarred by the left as a symbol of “triangulation” at a moment when there’s little appetite for intra-party warfare on the center-right. The group tried — but has failed — to remake itself in the summer of 2009, when its founder, Al From, stepped down as president. Its new leader, former Clinton aide Bruce Reed, sought to remake the group as a think tank, and the DLC split from its associated think tank, the Progressive Policy Institute…

The DLC is already showing signs of disrepair. Its website currently leads a Harold Ford op-ed from last November, titled, “Yes we can collaborate.” It lists as its staff just four people, and has only one fellow. Recent tax returns weren’t immediately publicly available, but returns from 2004-2008 show a decline in its budget from $2.6 million to $1.5 million, and a source said funding further dried up during the financial crisis that began nine months before Reed took over.

Don’t close your doors yet, DLC. There’s still hope. If you want four eager new members, go talk to John McCain, Susan Collins, Olympia Snow and Lindsey Graham. We’re pretty sure they’d love to join your organization.


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But … but … but … how could this be? Bill Clinton is the most beloved former President ever and George Bush is despised. Bill Clinton is articulate and George Bush is an ignorant buffoon.

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Decision Points is not only a best seller, it's a better seller than Bill Clinton's memoirs

The Daily Mail reports a rude reality injected into this left wing fantasy:

Former U.S. President George W Bush’s memoir has sold an astonishing two million copies since it was released in early November – and it’s not even in paperback yet.

‘Decision Points’, published both in hardcover and e-book form, is flying off the shelves, the Crown Publishing Group says.

By contrast, former president Bill Clinton’s memoir, ‘My Life’, has logged sales of 2.2million copies since it was first published in 2004.

A spokesman for Crown called the performance remarkable.

He claimed he could not think of any other hardcover nonfiction books in 2010 that had sold even one million copies, much less two.

Why has this book sold so many copies? Well, for once the Democrats are right. It’s Bush’s fault.

Source: Daily Mail UK

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Really, the former President of the United States says he wants to spend the day with us. He sent us the following email that said so.

From: Bill Clinton
Date: Fri, Dec 10, 2010
Subject: A special invitation

Dear Administrator,

There is nothing I enjoy more than good conversation with good people. Everyday, my life and work are enriched by the people I meet, and that’s why I’m sending you this special invitation.

Hillary’s campaign is so close to paying off the last of her debt, but she’s not there yet. Will you consider helping her in this last phase by making a contribution to her campaign?


Congratulations to's Administrator. Bill Clinton wants to have lunch with him.

If you enter by Thursday, December 16, you and a friend will have the chance to fly to New York to spend a day with me.Last year, we flew one of Hillary’s biggest supporters to New York to spend the day with me. It was such a good time that I’d like to do it again.

Click here to make a contribution and you will not only help pay down Hillary’s campaign debt, but also be automatically entered to win a free trip for two to meet me in New York.

From her advocacy for children and families, to her work on health care, to her current commitment representing our nation to the world, Hillary has made a deep and lasting difference for our future. I could not be more proud of her accomplishments and her work.

I know you share my pride in Hillary’s achievements, and I know how much your continued support means to her. That’s why I want to offer you this special opportunity.

Make a contribution of $5 or more today and you and your guest could be my guests in New York. Click here to contribute and be automatically entered to win.

I’ve had the opportunity to talk to countless people over the course of my work and life, and I hope that I get the chance to meet you, too.

Thank you for the wonderful support you’ve shown to both Hillary and me over the years. We wouldn’t be where we are today without friends like you.

Bill Clinton

We’re looking forward to spending the day with you, Bill, but we do have just one little question:

Is it true that you’ve made about $100 million since you left office? If so, how about if you pony up the money to pay off Hillary’s debts so that crass subjects like money don’t spoil our lovely lunch.

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An incredible event occurred at the White House on Friday. President Obama meekly excused himself from his own press briefing and former President Clinton took over, fielding questions for more than half an hour.

Had some emergency caused President Obama to rush away? Had the red phone rung? Was North Korea bombing South Korea again? Had Iran launched an attack on Israel?

No. None of those things. He left because he was late for a party and didn’t want to piss off the First Lady.

As the Telegraph UK describes the exceedingly odd situation:

But after a few opening comments, Mr Obama made clear he had to leave and excused himself, saying that his wife, Michelle, expected his presence at one of the many parties that presidents host during the month of December.

“I’ve been keeping the First Lady waiting,” he said.

Mr Clinton, who clearly had some time on his hands, responded: “I don’t want to make her mad. Please go.”

“And don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way you, you miserable excuse for a President,” he thought to himself.

Every time we think this President can’t make himself look any weaker, he surprises us. We’d say man up, but that seems unlikely with this President.

Source: Telegraph UK

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These are dark days for Democrats. Obama speaks to half-filled halls. Clinton speaks to half-asleep crowds.


Enthusiasm runs high for Democrats this year

WLS-AM has the yawn-inducing details:

Former President Bill Clinton’s ‘get out the vote’ rally for Democrats at a downtown Chicago hotel was the most unenthusiastic WLS veteran political reporter Bill Cameron has ever witnessed.

Clinton was an hour late for the Tuesday afternoon rally at the Palmer House and droned on for another hour, sending dozens of the few hundred Democrats in attendance for the exits.

“Well, all we’re really asking for is two more years, that’s a total of four, to get us out of the hole and get us into the future. That’s half as much time as you gave them to dig the hole. Seems fair to us,” Clinton said.

The state’s most popular Democrat Lisa Madigan was conspicuously absent as were state party chairman Mike Madigan and Mayor Richard Daley.

Madigan and Daley were just the beginning. By the end of the speech most of the audience was also conspicuously absent.

Source: WLS-AM

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Is this just another sign that the Democrats are in trouble? For god’s sake, man, when Bill Clinton can’t fill a high school gym in a Democrat stronghold, times are tough.


There was a time when Bill Clinton could fill arenas even larger than his ego

The Detroitistan News has the Cliff Notes:

Clinton, who campaigned in the battleground state of Florida earlier this week, is popular in Detroit and trying to fire up the party base in Michigan today with stops today in Detroit, Ann Arbor and Battle Creek.

But he began his speech just before 3 p.m. in a high school gym that was less than half full. The appearance was in support of gubernatorial candidate Virg Bernero, shown in most polls to be trailing Republican candidate Rick Snyder by 20 percentage points.

The echos in the nearly-empty gym reverberated almost as loudly as the ones in Joe Biden’s head.

Source: Detroit News

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Good news for Rachel Maddow: Someone's paying attention to her program

It’s sad when two guys who have so much in common can’t get along.

Take Bill Clinton and Rachel Maddow, for example. They’re both Rhodes Scholars. They’re both good liberals. Why under different circumstances, you could imagine the two of them going out and chasing chicks together.

And yet, they feud.

Politico has the sad story:

Bill Clinton flashed irritation at MSNBC host Rachel Maddow and other liberals Monday for failing to appreciate the successes of his presidency.

“One of the leading television commentators on one of our liberal cable channels said I was the best Republican president the country ever produced, which would come [as] quite a surprise to the Republicans, half of whom still think I’m a closet communist,” Clinton said during an appearance with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.

Clinton didn’t mention Maddow by name, but she made that comment on her March 31 show.

“What she meant by that was I didn’t necessarily follow their ‘conventional wisdom,’” he said. “I said, ‘What do you mean?!’”

Clinton said he accomplished more for the poor and middle class than traditional, New Deal-era liberalism ever could have. He touted his welfare-to-work program, which he said cut the rolls by 60 percent.

We hope these two can patch things up, because it’s going to be a lonely few years for liberals and they’re going to need all the friends they can get.

Source: Politico

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Bill wanted to play a game of Bridesmaid Bingo, but Hillary had other ideas

Is it possible for a reporter to combine the words “Clinton”, “head”, and “Weiner” in the same sentence without some editor saying, “Nah, can’t do that.”

Apparently, it is possible at WCBS-TV, the CBS-owned station in New York, because here’s how the station presented a story on its website last weekend:

Bill Clinton To Head Rep. Weiner Wedding

Call him the officiator-in-chief: Former President Bill Clinton will preside at the wedding of New York Rep. Anthony Weiner to a longtime aide of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.

The 45-year-old congressman and his 34-year-old fiancee, Huma Abedin, are to be married Saturday at the Oheka Castle in Huntington on Long Island. The 19,000 square-foot home and extensive grounds have been host to many high-profile weddings, including Kevin Jonas of the Jonas Brothers to Danielle Deleasa last December.

If there is a God in heaven, he will not allow the bride to wear a blue dress.

Source: WCBS-TV

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Speaking at the memorial for the deceased Klan Kleagle Robert Byrd, William Jefferson Davis Clinton said it’s alright to join the Ku Klux Klan. Why?

Because Byrd needed to get elected.

And, of course, for members of the Clinton administration, getting elected improves one’s chances of having sexual encounters with staff assistants, interns, and New Age masseuses.

Here is our list of the top ten other reasons Bill Clinton thinks joining the KKK is OK:

    10. Robes also double as togas for White House office parties.
    9. Saturday Night Klan Monte Carlo night is perfect excuse for ditching the old lady and meeting the mistresses.
    8. Grand Dragon sounds kind of Bruce Lee, doesn’t it?
    7. Look on Obama’s face when former president shows up in full Klan regalia is priceless
    6. The Pope already has Hitler Youth and Volkstrum vote tied up.
    5. Few white separatists among D.C. paparazzi.
    4. Fond memories of wearing the hood and robe, sneaking up to Ted Kennedy, and saying, “Where are all the white women?”
    3. There’s no barbecue like a Klan barbecue.
    2. DNA stains don’t show up on white sheets like they do on blue dresses
    1. Good laugh every time Gore wins popular vote for Grand Dragon, but loses electoral college.


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No, he didn’t really, but Bubba did say something almost as stupid at Senator Robert Byrd’s funeral.

According to the Hill, “Former President Bill Clinton explained the late Sen. Robert Byrd’s (D-W.V.) membership in the Ku Klux Klan Friday by claiming Byrd was simply trying to get elected.”

The article continued by saying, “Speaking at Byrd’s funeral in Charleston today, Clinton seemed to criticize newspaper eulogies that dwelled on Byrd’s association with the Klan.”

“They mention that he once had a fleeting association with the Ku Klux Klan, and what does that mean? I’ll tell you what it means,” Clinton said. “He was a country boy from the hills and hollows of West Virginia. He was trying to get elected. And maybe he did something he shouldn’t have done, and he spent the rest of his life making it up. And that’s what a good person does. There are no perfect people. There certainly are no perfect politicians.”

The Obama administration offers equal opportunity forgiveness. On the one hand, they forgive Klan members while on the other hand, they forgive Black Panthers.

Call us believers when they start forgiving conservatives.


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Hypocrites 3:16 says, "Thou shalt not lie with women who chargeth when thou can getteth an intern for free."

We used to think Bill Clinton was shameless. Now we’re beginning to think he’s just clueless.

The former President just signed his name to a Democrat fundraising letter in which he calls Republican Louisiana Senator David Vitter an “admitted sinner.”

The NY Post reports the hypocritical hilarity:

Former President Clinton has sent out a fundraising letter on behalf of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee under his own name warning that Republicans are trying to “derail’ President Obama’s agenda.

Not much unexpected there.

But along with the letter, Clinton has included a flyer from the DSCC that’s bound to raise eyebrows.

“DSCC funds go towards efforts to unseat far-right Republican senators like admitted sinner David Vitter…” the flyer says, referring to the Louisiana senator who admitted patronizing a prostitution service when he was in the House.

Vitter has been a Clinton foe for a long time, calling on President Clinton to step down in 1998 because of his affair with Monica Lewinsky.

So what makes Vitter a sinner in the eyes of serial womanizer Bill Clinton?

Is it the fact that Vitter paid for sex, but Clinton got it for free? Or that Vitter “admitted” it, but Clinton didn’t?

Source: New York Post

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Bill Clinton Barack Obama pick up sand

Pundits have been wondering what Barack Obama and Bill Clinton talked about at their private lunch last week. Well, wonder no more.’s microphones were there to record the private tête-à-tête.

Clinton: Here’s what you gotta do, Barack.
Obama: I’m taking notes.
Clinton: Visit a beach in Louisiana.
Obama: Good idea. It’s been a while since America’s seen my sculpted pecs.
Clinton: Cool down, big fella. We’re going for the concerned leader shot. I want you to squat in the sand.
Obama: Squat?
Clinton: In the sand. Then get a faraway look on your face that says, “It’s me against the world.”
Obama: Then what?
Clinton: Then you reach down and pick up a little something out of the sand.
Obama: Like what?
Clinton: Well, I picked up rocks in Normandy in ’94. The press ate it up. But since this is an oil spill photo op, pick up something oily.
Obama: How about one of those little oil balls?
Clinton: (laughing) Ha, ha, ha. Oil Balls. That’s what Monica called me.
Obama: You’re sure this will work, Bill?
Clinton: Trust me. The press eats this stuff up. (Aside) I can’t believe Hillary lost to this guy.

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Despite the thrill he gets up his leg whenever Barack Obama speaks, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews played it pretty straight during the Clinton impeachment debacle. And as he demonstrates in this clip, one can safely assume that was because he’s no fan of the Clintons.

Matthews: Let’s take a look at Rush — I have to do this — Rush Limbaugh today impersonating Bill Clinton and assessing the situation. Let’s listen to Rushbo.

Andrea Mitchell: Oh dear!

(Begin video clip)

Rush: (Doing Clinton impression) I’m going to kiss your (BLEEP) if you kiss my (BLEEP). I’ll make sure that you — if you come groveling to me, I’ll be happy to help you out here. Now look at what has happened here, they go to Bill Clinton. He’s famous for getting people jobs. Monica Lewinsky offered a job at Revlon. She was offered a job at the United Nations. She didn’t take any of them. But they’ve got Bill Clinton. Isn’t it great, folks, that they found a guy who they know will commit perjury to carry the water here?

(End video clip)

Matthews: Well sometimes even he can get it right. That was pretty good lampooning, I’ve got to say.

“That was pretty good lampooning”? Very strange wording and oddly reminiscent of Richard Nixon saying to David Frost, “Do any fornicating this weekend?”

Or is it just us?


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Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said he served in Vietnam, but never left the safety of the United States. And he said that he was captain of Harvard’s swim team, but he wasn’t even a member of the team.

But he’s not the only politician who’s attempted to advance his career with a resume-enhancing tall tale or two. Just the latest.

For example:

1. The imaginary Obama-Kennedy connection


Sen. Barack Obama attempted to link himself to the Kennedy legacy when he said JFK’s family had “paid for his Kenyan father to travel to America on a student scholarship and thus meet his Kansan mother.”

But the Washington Post reveals the truth: “Contrary to Obama’s claims in speeches in January at American University and in Selma last year, the Kennedy family did not provide the funding for a September 1959 airlift of 81 Kenyan students to the United States that included Obama’s father. According to historical records and interviews with participants, the Kennedys were first approached for support for the program nearly a year later, in July 1960. The family responded with a $100,000 donation, most of which went to pay for a second airlift in September 1960.”

[Click to see the other 14 tall tales…]

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