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Occasionally, I Like Bill Clinton
Posted by: Dale Franks on Monday, January 07, 2008

Like today, when Mr. Clinton was contronted by Ron Paul supporters, and struck back.
During his third stop of the day, the former president posed for pictures and shook hands as he strolled down Main Street on this unseasonably warm Primary Eve day. Across the street, a few Paul supporters shouted his name.

Eventually, Clinton stopped outside a bakery, offered some remarks, and took questions. As he was answering one on Iraq, one of the Paul backers interrupted and shouted that the Sept. 11 attacks were an inside job, and that the U.S. didn’t need to be in Iraq and Afghanistan.

When he dropped an F-bomb, the crowd booed. Clinton, who had tried to talk over the man, gave up.

"You wanna know what I think?” Clinton said. “You guys who think 9/11 was an inside job are crazy as hell. My wife was the senator from New York when that happened. I was down at Ground Zero. I saw the victims' families. You're nuts."
The 9/11 "Truthers" are just one more link in a long conspiracy chain that has always been entwined around American culture. It's good to see that Mr. Clinton has the same opinion of them that I do.
 
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The 9/11 "Truthers" are just one more link in a long conspiracy chain that has always been entwined around American culture. It’s good to see that Mr. Clinton has the same opinion of them that I do
Hooray for him!

Of course, according to him, everything BUT 9/11 is Bush’s fault.

Guess that’s what passes for moderation.

Believe you me, if he thought polls showed he could get traction with it, he’d be running with the Truther wing.
 
Written By: shark
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9/11 Truthers weren’t ridiculed into obscurity like they would normally have been because they were used in the 2004 election. That crap went over really well with student age voters, actually.

Now that the Bush era is over, you’ll see more People and Media being critical of them. In fact, there was a history channel show this past year critically reviewing the various theories. Only about 3-4 years late, don’t you think?
 
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Now that the Bush era is over, you’ll see more People and Media being critical of them. In fact, there was a history channel show this past year critically reviewing the various theories. Only about 3-4 years late, don’t you think?
It’s really amazing. In about a year, George W. Bush- warmonger, wingnut, jeebus freak, the man who stole the presidency in FL and then AGAIN in OH, that AWOL white knuckle drunk, the most "evil" man we have ever had in the White House, the cause of all the world’s ills, the man who is content to rape the country and destroy the planet so he can enrich his crime family and his friends in BigOilPharmaInsuranceEvangelicalChristiansHalliburtonBlackwaterKKK, the man who systematically destroyed civil rights and trampled the Constitution- will peacefully and in accordance with the law of the land relinquish power, and turn the keys to the castle over to his legally elected successor. In all probability he’ll retire gracefully off the international stage, unlike some I can name. No coups. No marashal law. No states of emergency declared. No last ditch war to consolidate his power. No wholesale detention of his political enemies. Just dutiful compliance with the law.

Go figure!

It will take decades for him to get his rightful historical examination. Once all the spiteful, hateful children have either left or spent their bile.
 
Written By: shark
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" It’s good to see that Mr. Clinton has the same opinion of them that I do."

If I were just a teensy bit more cynical I would say that Clinton was just pi**ed off at them for upstaging him.


"It’s really amazing. In about a year, George W. Bush- warmonger, wingnut.... he’ll retire gracefully ..."

An Emily Litella moment; ’Never mind’.
 
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Bravo, Mr. President. Bravo
 
Written By: Joel C.
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I guess the thing that bothers me is that we’re applauding Clinton for behaving how he and all the other democrats should behave with 9/11 truthers. However because acting decent in this area is such a rarity for Democrats who distantly flirt with 9/11 trutherism, it makes Clinton look like a hero. This should be the norm for all US politicians.
 
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