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  • Happy Clinton Impeachment Day

    12/19/2016 6:34:00 AM PST · by The Sons of Liberty · 16 replies
    Dec 19,2016 | Vanity
    On this day in 1998 The House of Representatives made William Jefferson Blythe Clinton (aka "Slick", "Slick Willie", "Bubba") the second President to be impeached. Though largely a 'Red Herring', because the Articles of Impeachment failed to include the major crime of TREASON Clinton committed by providing missile guidance and rocketry technology to Communist China in return for illegal campaign contributions, it remains a stain on Clinton's legacy, much like the stain on the Blue Dress.
  • The Second Clinton Impeachment

    08/11/2016 6:21:43 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 159 replies ^ | August 11, 2016 | Mike Adams
    Because the Republicans have decided to nominate a misinformed, unqualified, and unstable candidate it is now virtually guaranteed that Hillary Clinton will be our next president. Our efforts now are not to be directed toward getting Trump in office based on some pipe dream that he will somehow save the Supreme Court. Our efforts need to be focused on keeping a Republican House and Senate. The reason is simple: We have a case for impeaching Hillary Clinton beginning in January of 2017. Clinton is guilty of more serious crimes than those of her husband prior to his impeachment. Next year...
  • What's the biggest lie Bubba will tell tonight? (Vanity)

    07/26/2016 6:58:41 PM PDT · by llevrok · 53 replies
    She still makes me all hot and runny...
  • Happy Clinton Impeachment Day! 15th Anniversary; FReepers Led the Way

    12/19/2013 6:58:49 AM PST · by kristinn · 140 replies
    Thursday, December 19, 2013 | Kristinn
    Today marks the fifteenth anniversary of the day the House of Representatives voted to impeach President William Jefferson Clinton for the high crimes of committing perjury and obstruction of justice while in office.As more Americans and Congressmen are coming around to the lawless conduct of President Barack Obama and the reality of impeaching to rein in his imperial presidency, it is important to remember that FReepers played a key role in impeaching Bill Clinton.On October 31, 1998, Free Republic held the first online-organized national protest to call for Clinton's impeachment and removal from office. The rally was broadcast live...
  • Clinton: Mandela Helped Me Forgive GOP For Impeachment

    12/08/2013 4:14:13 PM PST · by Libloather · 96 replies
    Free Beacon ^ | 12/06/13
    Former President Bill Clinton shared an anecdote regarding Nelson Mandela and the aftermath of his impeachment Friday on CNN. Clinton revealed shortly after the “impeachment business” finished on Capitol Hill, Rep. Henry Hyde (R., Ill.) who managed the impeachment trial requested a meeting at the White House. The former president granted the meeting out of lessons of humility and forgiveness he learned from Mandela, he said: BILL CLINTON: I remember one day, oh, about a month after the whole impeachment business was over...
  • Join me and President Bill Clinton in Richmond?

    10/25/2013 11:19:17 AM PDT · by Maelstorm · 35 replies
    Email ^ | October 25, 2013 | Terry McAuliffe
    From: "Terry McAuliffe" To: Sent: Friday, October 25, 2013 1:46:25 PM Subject: Re: Join me and President Bill Clinton in Richmond? Fred, I'm excited Bill Clinton is coming to Richmond this week to ask people to commit to vote. Will you join President Clinton, me, and hundreds of your neighbors on Sunday? Tickets are free, but are required for admission. Here are all the details: What: Virginia Votes! Richmond Tickets: Where: Richmond Community High School, 201 E Brookland Park Blvd., Richmond, VA 23222 When: Sunday, October 27, at 4:45 (doors open at 3:30) Note: Tickets are required for admission,...
  • EPA building named for former President Clinton

    07/17/2013 7:38:17 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 22 replies
    Yahoo! News ^ | 7/17/13 | Shaquille Brewster, Associated Press
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former Clinton administration officials and congressional leaders packed into the Environmental Protection Agency headquarters Wednesday to mark the building's renaming in honor of former President Bill Clinton. "This is a very strong building, and Bill Clinton was a very strong president," Senator Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., said as she welcomed guests to what is now the William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building. Boxer sponsored the legislation to change the building's name. In front of family and friends Clinton strongly defended his environmental legacy, saying his administration's efforts to promote clean air, conserve land, and combat dirty water made a...
  • AP sources: Key role for Clinton at Dem convention

    07/29/2012 7:35:56 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 20 replies
    Associated Press ^ | July 29, 2012 | JULIE PACE and KEN THOMAS
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former President Bill Clinton will have a marquee role in this summer's Democratic National Convention, where he will make a forceful case for President Barack Obama's re-election and his economic vision for the country, several Obama campaign and Democratic party officials said Sunday. The move gives the Obama campaign an opportunity to take advantage of the former president's immense popularity and remind voters that a Democrat was in the White House the last time the American economy was thriving.
  • Happy Clinton Impeachment Day 2009! Impeachment is Forever

    12/18/2009 9:03:50 PM PST · by kristinn · 66 replies · 2,374+ views
    Saturday, December 19, 2009 | Kristinn
    Top photo: Jim Robinson leads Free Republic's Clinton Impeachment Rally, aka March for Justice, Washington, D.C. October 31, 1998Center: Washington Post front page, December 20, 1998.Bottom: AP/World Wide Photo.For those who are unaware of Free Republic's history making in its early years, please know that Jim Robinson and the Freepers played a key role in getting Bill Clinton impeached. The impeachhment rally was broadcast live on C-SPAN (all four hours!)Founder of the D.C. Chapter of, MrConfettiMan (who has since passed away) wrote his thoughts about the rally back then:Saturday, October 31st, The March for JusticeI drove into Washington for...
  • Just Screwing Around

    02/09/2009 1:09:46 AM PST · by MartinaMisc · 24 replies · 2,140+ views
    Human Events ^ | 2/9/09 | D. R. Tucker
    February 12, 1999 was the day social conservatism died in America. On that bitter day, President Bill Clinton was acquitted in his impeachment trial. The United States Senate determined that his perjury and obstruction of justice in the Monica Lewinsky scandal did not warrant his removal from office; the Senate’s view was shared by two-thirds of the American people. With that decision, traditional American morality bit the dust. Four days after Clinton’s acquittal, the late Paul Weyrich wrote an open letter to the American conservative movement in which he declared: Cultural Marxism is succeeding in its war against our culture....
  • This Day in History,Clinton Impeached(FLASHBACK)

    12/20/2008 8:31:05 AM PST · by mdittmar · 12 replies · 1,044+ views
    Washington Post ^ | December 20, 1998 | Peter Baker and Juliet Eilperin
    Clinton ImpeachedHouse Approves Articles Alleging Perjury, Obstruction The House of Representatives impeached the president of the United States yesterday for only the second time in American history, charging William Jefferson Clinton with "high crimes and misdemeanors" for lying under oath and obstructing justice to cover up an Oval Office affair with a young intern. At 1:25 p.m. on a day of constitutional drama and personal trauma, the Republican-led House voted 228 to 206 largely along party lines to approve the first article of impeachment accusing the Democratic president of perjury before a grand jury. Within the hour, lawmakers went on...
  • EDITORIAL: Friends like these...(Clinton/Obama)

    09/27/2008 5:26:25 AM PDT · by kellynla · 7 replies · 788+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | September 27, 2008 | staff
    Former President Clinton continues to provide lukewarm support for Sen. Barack Obama. In television appearances this week, Mr. Clinton endorsed Mr. Obama but made favorable statements regarding Sen. John McCain, and Gov. Sarah Paline and her husband, Todd. This contrasts with the criticism other Democrats have leveled against their Republican opponents. On "The View," Mr. Clinton said it is not necessary to demonize an opponent in an election campaign. When asked if it made sense for former Hillary Rodham Clinton supporters to vote for Mrs. Palin, Mr. Clinton said: "Voting is a complicated process." He praised Mr. McCain for helping...
  • Caption Bill and Chelsea Clinton

    09/26/2008 3:14:32 PM PDT · by redstates4ever · 27 replies · 1,551+ views
    me ^ | 9/26/08 | me
  • Avoid wrong crisis lesson, invest in poor: Clinton (".. it can be profitable to help the poor")

    09/26/2008 1:37:10 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 5 replies · 247+ views
    Reuters on Yahoo ^ | 9/26/08 | Michelle Nichols
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former President Bill Clinton warned rich countries on Friday that they should not learn the "wrong lesson" from the financial crisis and said it can be profitable to help the poor. While Congress debated a $700 billion bailout to save the U.S. financial system, Clinton said as he wrapped up his philanthropic summit that the turmoil could also be seen as an opportunity to invest in developing nations. He warned governments to avoid just "looking inward" as they sought to fix the financial system. "The people who have these microcredit operations, who are investing in poor...
  • Bill Clinton’s Return Poses a Test of Party Loyalty

    09/26/2008 9:48:48 AM PDT · by george76 · 5 replies · 719+ views
    The New York Times ^ | September 26, 2008 | PAUL VITELLO
    In a week when a great financial crisis came to a head and the presidential campaign reached a kind of warp-speed intensity, the man who seemed most likely to be there when you turned on a television was not the president or the treasury secretary or the candidates. It was Bill Clinton. As usual, he had a lot to say. What was unusual was the stir he made for things he did not say. Mr. Clinton has repeatedly described Mr. McCain, the Republican presidential nominee, as honest and trustworthy... Mr. Clinton has missed few opportunities, while allowing that he disagrees...
  • The second reason Bill Clinton wants Obama to lose

    09/26/2008 7:09:56 AM PDT · by george76 · 13 replies · 1,426+ views
    Pajamas Media ^ | September 25th, 2008 | Roger L Simon
    For many months now we have been treated to Bill Clinton’s intermittent displeasure with Barack Obama. Sometimes it has been overt, sometimes covert. Most recently, while being fawned over by the ladies at The View, he allowed as how Hillary did not really want the vice-presidential nomination after all. (This makes sense to me, by the way.) At the Democratic Convention, he delivered a far better speech than the candidate, showing up the less experienced Illinois Senator without really doing anything for his presidential campaign. In fact, he seems to speak more postively of McCain–especially off the cuff–only the other...
  • I need a video of Bill Clinton praising John McCain (Clinton Global initiative)

    09/25/2008 9:39:25 PM PDT · by tomymind · 4 replies · 425+ views
    Bill Clinton opened his Global Initiative’s annual meeting in New York on Thursday with high praise for Republican presidential nominee John McCain as well as his rival Barack Obama. Introducing McCain at the gathering, Clinton pointed out that his wife Hillary and McCain took a congressional delegation on a climate change fact-finding mission to Alaska. “I want to say one thing in particular about John McCain in bringing him out here,” Clinton said.
  • Bubba Re-Emerges: Still Bitter?

    09/25/2008 7:41:12 PM PDT · by txroadkill · 24 replies · 990+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 8/25/08 | Chris Cillizza
    Lost amid the wall-to-wall coverage of the collapse on Wall Street has been the re-emergence of former President Bill Clinton in the public eye.The former commander-in-chief has largely stayed out of the political arena following his wife's loss in the Democratic primary, emerging briefly to offer a classic stem winder in support of Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention, but generally avoiding the limelight.But, the kickoff of his annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting in New York City this week has sparked a series of high-profile television interviews for the former president -- including an extended chat with the King...
  • Bill Clinton: I'll campaign for Obama 'after the Jewish holidays'

    09/25/2008 2:55:56 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 46 replies · 1,410+ views
    CNN ^ | 25 Sep 2008 | None
    Bill Clinton praised Sarah Palin Wednesday, saying he found the Alaska governor an “appealing person” and her and her family “gutsy, spirited and real.” “I think that she and her husband and their kids come across gutsy, spirited and real,” he said in an interview to be broadcast Wednesday night. “I have significant disagreements with her about any number of social and economic issues but I find her an appealing person and I think that it’s best to say that Senator McCain looks like he knew what he was doing. He picked somebody who gave him a lot of energy,...
  • Bill Clinton Says Democrats Resisted Standards For Fannie Mae And Freddie Mac

    09/25/2008 6:04:09 PM PDT · by markomalley · 34 replies · 2,335+ views
    Digital Journal ^ | 9/25/2008 | Susan Duclos
    NewsBusters caught a segment from a video shown over at ABC's Political Radar in an article titled "Bill Clinton: Don't 'Overly Parse' McCain Request to Delay Debate," and within the video embedded at the article, at the 2 minute 45 second mark in the discussion dealing with the economy, ABC's Chris Cuomo asked Bill Clinton if Nancy Pelosi's recent statements were "playing politics," and Bill Clinton's answer has taken many by surprise. Chris Cuomo, ABC News: A little surprising for you to hear the Democrats saying, "This came out of nowhere, this is all about the Republicans. We had nothing...
  • Awesome: McCain’s acting in good faith in pulling out of the debate, says Clinton

    09/25/2008 5:01:07 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 32 replies · 1,056+ views ^ | September 25, 2008 | Allahpundit
    Via Breitbart, here he is from this morning’s GMA, just a week after calling McCain a “great man” and mere hours before stressing how “personally, profoundly honored” he is to have him speak at his charity. This must be the first time since … ever that he and Gingrich have agreed on something. Think he’s enjoying feeding The One this turdburger in bite-sized morsels as thanks for all the racial demagoguery thrown at him during the primary? The best part of this isn’t the “good faith” bit but his point — which he repeats, so that no one misses it...
  • Bill Clinton says he understands Palin's appeal

    09/25/2008 1:23:07 PM PDT · by AngelesCrestHighway · 28 replies · 453+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | 09/22/08 | Karen Matthews
    Bill Clinton said Monday he understands why Sarah Palin is popular in the heartland: because people relate to her. "I come from Arkansas, I get why she's hot out there," Clinton said. "Why she's doing well." Speaking to reporters before his Clinton Global Initiative meeting, the former president described Palin's appeal by adding, "People look at her, and they say, 'All those kids. Something that happens in everybody's family. I'm glad she loves her daughter and she's not ashamed of her. Glad that girl's going around with her boyfriend. Glad they're going to get married.'" Clinton said voters would think,...
  • Fannie Mae Eases Credit To Aid Mortgage Lending

    09/25/2008 11:32:33 AM PDT · by ventanax5 · 8 replies · 417+ views
    Fannie Mae, the nation's biggest underwriter of home mortgages, has been under increasing pressure from the Clinton Administration to expand mortgage loans among low and moderate income people and felt pressure from stock holders to maintain its phenomenal growth in profits. In addition, banks, thrift institutions and mortgage companies have been pressing Fannie Mae to help them make more loans to so-called subprime borrowers. These borrowers whose incomes, credit ratings and savings are not good enough to qualify for conventional loans, can only get loans from finance companies that charge much higher interest rates -- anywhere from three to four...
  • Caption Al Gore & Others at The Clinton Global Initiative

    09/25/2008 11:02:31 AM PDT · by Lucky9teen · 31 replies · 332+ views
    Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore (R) listens to Bono during the Clinton Global Initiative, in New York, September 24, 2008. Established by former President Bill Clinton in 2005, the event is designed to bring donors together with people in need to try to solve global problems. Former President Bill Clinton speaks to actress Drew Barrymore after announcing a commitment regarding the improvement of food and nutrition for schoolchildren in developing countries at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting, Thursday, Sept 25, 2008, in New York Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) speaks via video conference during the Clinton...
  • Bill Clinton: McCain acted on 'good faith' in debate delay...

    09/25/2008 10:48:36 AM PDT · by WaveMan · 22 replies · 153+ views
    ABC News' Nitya Venkataraman Reports: Former President Bill Clinton defended Sen. John McCain's request to delay the first presidential debate, saying McCain did it in "good faith" and pushed organizers to reserve time for economy talk during the debate if the Friday plans move forward. Appearing on Good Morning America Thursday, Clinton told ABC News' Chris Cuomo that McCain's push to postpone the debate would only be a good political move if both candidates agreed. McCain announced on Wednesday that he would "suspend" his presidential campaign to come to Washington to help negotiate a financial bailout bill.

    09/25/2008 10:28:43 AM PDT · by CommonsensicalCat · 33 replies · 558+ views
    CommonsensicalCat ^ | 9/25/2008 | C C Matthews
    I have been trumpeting my gut feeling that Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton were working beneath the scenes to secretly try to undermine Barack Obama. My reasons for believing this is because Hillary is a very ambitious lady. She wants to be president. She knows that if John McCain is elected she is in position to run as the Democrat front-runner in 2012 against likely Sarah Palin. She also knows that if Barack Obama is elected she must wait 8 years because she would not be able to oust an incumbent president. Today Bill Clinton told Chris Cuomo of ABC...
  • McCain Speaks at Clinton Initiative

    09/25/2008 9:52:18 AM PDT · by Fred · 15 replies · 770+ views
    WaPo ^ | 010101 | Michael D. Shear
    NEW YORK -- The morning after he declared he would suspend his presidential campaigning and return to Washington to deal with the U.S. economic crisis, Sen. John McCain made one last campaign stop, speaking at a conference on global issues organized by former president Bill Clinton. Addressing his dramatic call for a pause in the intense presidential campaign, McCain said he intends to "join" the debate in Washington over how to address the meltdown in the country's financial institutions. "I cannot carry on a campaign as though this dangerous situation had not occurred, or as though a solution were at...
  • Leftwing Blogosphere Enraged Over Bill Clinton's Defense of McCain Debate Delay Request

    09/25/2008 9:33:27 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 54 replies · 1,917+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | September 25, 2008 | P.J. Gladnick
    The leftwing blogosphere has a new villain in addition to John McCain and Sarah Palin: Bill Clinton. They have been suspecting that Clinton has not been giving all out support to Barack Obama including his announcement to Larry King that he wouldn't begin campaigning for Obama until after October 9 out of respect for the Jewish High Holy Days. However, the straw that really broke the leftwing camel's back was Clinton's statement today to Chris Cuomo on ABC's Good Morning America defending John McCain's request for a debate delay until after the financial bailout crises is resolved. Here are a...
  • Bill Clinton Blames Dems for Financial Meltdown

    09/25/2008 9:29:48 AM PDT · by Bill Dupray · 41 replies · 1,193+ views
    The Patriot Room ^ | September 25, 2008 | Bill Dupray
    How much more proof do we need that Bill Clinton wants to take Obama out? In an interview this morning he says he liked Bush’s “clear” statement last night, knows McCain isn’t postponing the debates because he’s afraid of Obama given that McCain wanted many debates this summer (this was raised twice by Clinton), and then he pins the Fannie and Freddie mess squarely on Congressional Democrats for bucking what he and the Republicans wanted to do to monitor those companies. Also, is it just me, or does Bubba have the W.C. Fields thing going on in a big way?
  • Bill Clinton Lays Blame For Financial Crisis On Fellow Democrats

    09/25/2008 9:07:45 AM PDT · by Quaker · 39 replies · 1,190+ views
    Stuck On Stupid ^ | Sept. 25, 2008 | Quaker
    Bubba needs to lay blame somewhere. Why not the Democrats in Congress during his watch as President? Is this further proof that Bill is campaigning for McCain-Palin? Bill Clinton: (Democrats have been) “resisting any efforts by Republicans in the Congress or by me when I was President to put some standards and tighten up a little on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac”
  • Bill Clinton: Don't 'Overly Parse' McCain Request to Delay Debate

    09/25/2008 8:16:12 AM PDT · by edpc · 30 replies · 1,486+ views
    ABC News ^ | September 25, 2008 | Nitya Venkataraman
    ABC News' Nitya Venkataraman Reports: Former President Bill Clinton defended Sen. John McCain's request to delay the first presidential debate, saying McCain did it in "good faith" and pushed organizers to reserve time for economy talk during the debate if the Friday plans move forward.
  • Oh No! Bill Clinton Supports McCain’s Plan To Postpone Debate! (video)

    09/25/2008 7:49:22 AM PDT · by Quaker · 17 replies · 906+ views
    Bill Clinton, during an interview with ABC News, voiced his support of the McCain suggestion of delaying the first debate in order to take care of the financial crisis in Washington. Obama must be livid. Bill Clinton unofficial Democratic Chair of the McCain-Palin ticket. Who knew?
  • The Unspoken Endorsement of Bill Clinton

    09/25/2008 7:02:49 AM PDT · by molly_jack2007 · 16 replies · 1,529+ views
    9/28/08 | Jack
    Last month Barrack Obama sat down for a meeting with former President Bill Clinton at Clinton's office in Harlem. The obvious expectation from the meeting was for Obama to garner additional support from the Clinton machine in the wake of John McCain selecting Sarah Palin as his Vice Presidential running mate. Prior to Sarah Palin, Barrack Obama led in most of the polls and had a five point bounce from the Democratic convention. Although Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama shook hands and posed for the camera, it should be clear to anyone at this point that Barrack's agenda for the...
  • DUmmie FUnnies 09-25-08 (Bill Clinton Appreciation Edition)

    09/25/2008 6:50:34 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 91 replies · 1,288+ views
    DUmmie FUnnies ^ | September 25, 2008 | DUmmies and PJ-Comix
    I never thought I would have a DUFU edition with this title but here it is: "Bill Clinton Appreciation Edition." I just love how Bill and Hillary are just screwing over Barack Obama. Recently Bill said he wouldn't be able to start campaigning for Obama until after October 10 out of RESPECT for the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur. What a hoot! And after October 10, I wouldn't be surprised if Bill announces that he won't be able to campaign for Barack until after Halloween out of respect for Wiccans. Meanwhile Bill and Hill are quietly working in the...
  • Bill Clinton: McCain acted in "Good Faith" on Debate Delay

    09/25/2008 6:22:59 AM PDT · by Federalist Society · 74 replies · 2,407+ views
    ABCNews ^ | 09-25-08 | Nitya Venkataraman
    Former President Bill Clinton defended Sen. John McCain's request to delay the first presidential debate, saying McCain did it in "good faith" and pushed organizers to reserve time for economy talk during the debate if the Friday plans move forward. Appearing on Good Morning America Thursday, Clinton told ABC News' Chris Cuomo that McCain's push to postpone the debate would only be a good political move if both candidates agreed. McCain announced on Wednesday that he would "suspend" his presidential campaign to come to Washington to help negotiate a financial bailout bill "We know he didn't do it because he's...
  • Bill Clinton: I won't dump on McCain

    09/24/2008 8:00:12 PM PDT · by markomalley · 79 replies · 377+ views
    AP ^ | 9/24/2008
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Clinton says if Democrats want someone to dump on John McCain, he's not the guy. Some members of his party have been complaining that Clinton has not been enthusiastic enough in his support for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama, who defeated Clinton's wife in the primary campaign, and heaping too much praise on McCain. But Clinton told CNN's "Larry King Live" on Wednesday that he doesn't think "dumping" on McCain or his running mate, Sarah Palin, is a winning strategy. He said undecided voters aren't interested in attacks but solutions for the problems they face....
  • Bill Clinton's latest miscalculation...

    09/24/2008 6:28:08 PM PDT · by markomalley · 8 replies · 929+ views
    San Diego Union Tribune ^ | 9/24/2008 | Chris Reed
    In October 1969, Bill Clinton wrote an extraordinarily revealing letter to the colonel who helped him use an Arkansas ROTC program he never ended up joining to evade the draft for the Vietnam War. The key passage: The decision not to be a resister and the related subsequent decisions were the most difficult of my life. I decided to accept the draft in spite of my beliefs for one reason: to maintain my political viability within the system. For years I have worked to prepare myself for a political life ... I think right now Bill Clinton thinks he's figured...
  • VIDEO: Phil Hartman plays Bill Clinton visiting McDonalds

    09/24/2008 5:56:48 PM PDT · by InvisibleChurch · 15 replies · 3,941+ views
    VIDEO: Phil Hartman plays Bill Clinton visiting McDonalds
  • Bill Clinton: Will respect Jewish holidays, then 'hustle up ... cracker vote' in Florida

    09/24/2008 3:28:57 PM PDT · by Cinnamon Girl · 33 replies · 803+ views
    Politico ^ | September 24, 2008 | ben smith
    In an interview with CNN's Larry King airing tonight, Bill Clinton offered a slightly unusual reason for postponing his campaigning for Obama: The Jewish high holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, which he's not known to observe. "When [the Clinton Global Initiative] is over, and after the Jewish holidays, which follow close on it, I intend to go to Florida, to Ohio, to northeast Pennsylvania, and to Nevada at a minimum," he said. "I may do events in Arkansas depending on what the Democratic Party does down there. And I've agreed to do some fundraising for them in California...
  • Huffington Post: If Obama Loses, It Is All Bill Clinton's Fault!

    09/24/2008 3:25:08 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies · 390+ views
    Wake Up America ^ | September 24, 2008 | Susan Duclos
    There are two themes of going around the Internet of what the reason will be, preemptively, if Barack Obama loses the election for presidency in November 2008 despite his lead in polls. Racism or the fall back of "It is all the Clinton's fault." In August of 2008, Slate magazine declared the only reason Barack Obama could lose the election was because of racism and because the majority of Americans are racists. If it makes you feel better, you can rationalize Obama's missing 10-point lead on the basis of Clintonite sulkiness, his slowness in responding to attacks, or the concern...
  • Bill Clinton to help get the “cracker vote”

    09/24/2008 2:32:00 PM PDT · by WaveMan · 10 replies · 552+ views
    “No. But I think it would be — if we’re trying to win in Florida, it may be that,” Clinton began, before discussing his real Florida target: “You know, they think that because of who I am and where my politic[al] base has traditionally been, they may want me to go sort of hustle up what Lawton Chiles used to call the ‘cracker vote’ there.”
  • Bill 'sympathetic' to Todd Palin

    09/24/2008 12:15:07 PM PDT · by Slapshot68 · 21 replies · 861+ views
    "Former President Bill Clinton has some words of wisdom for Todd Palin, the husband of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin: “Give support,” but don’t “make her look weak.” "
  • Whose Side is Bill Clinton On?

    09/24/2008 11:11:09 AM PDT · by AJKauf · 18 replies · 878+ views
    Pajamas Media ^ | September 23, 2008 | Richard Miniter
    The bombshell the press missed: Clinton says that Hillary didn’t really want to be vice president but would have accepted it as “her duty” if need be. Okay, some of this is sour grapes. On the other hand, if she thinks Obama is a loser, she may not want to be tainted by his loss. Kerry’s defeat didn’t position Edwards very well for the 2008 race. The Clinton calculatrix is always calculating.
  • Clinton to round up Florida "cracker vote" after observing Jewish holiday.

    The liberal comments to this article are hilarious. They're finally figuring out he's AGAINST THEM!
  • Bill 'sympathetic' to Todd Palin (Bill Clinton)

    09/24/2008 10:59:23 AM PDT · by Ravi · 19 replies · 938+ views
    Yahoo ^ | 9/24/08 | Andy Barr
    Former President...
  • Bill Clinton to be on Greta's On The Record tonight

    09/23/2008 6:41:11 PM PDT · by CE2949BB · 68 replies · 288+ views
    FNC ^ | 9/23/2008 | CE2949BB
    Will talk about charity work and "First Dude".
  • HuffPo Blogger to Bill Clinton: Your Fault If Obama Loses

    09/23/2008 6:24:01 PM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 38 replies · 242+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | September 23, 2008 | P.J. Gladnick
    Call it the Blame Game. The liberals are already coming up with excuses if Barack Obama loses in November. We have already seen how members of the MSM are blaming it on racism. However, Huffington Post blogger, Paul Slansky, has found another villain: Bill Clinton. Slansky lays out the blame scenario in his blog: Given that we would never have had the odious George W. Bush in the White House in the first place if it wasn't for your blow jobs, Bill, it seems obvious that you owe it to the people of this country, and especially to the parents...
  • OUCH-Huffintonpost tears into Bill Clinton for nice comments about McCain

    The left...what a mature group! starting to sound like all out war between the radical Obama left and Bill. See below: A Note to Bill Clinton Paul Slanksy September 23 Given that we would never have had the odious George W. Bush in the White House in the first place if it wasn't for your blow jobs, Bill, it seems obvious that you owe it to the people of this country, and especially to the parents whose kids died in the Iraq War that Gore would never have started, and to all the parents whose kids would be killed...
  • Depression-Era Rules Undone Clinton Signs Legislation Overhauling Banking Laws 11/13/99

    09/23/2008 4:59:40 PM PDT · by jokyfo · 13 replies · 151+ views
    Ratical ^ | 11/13/99 | Reuters
    Clinton Signs Legislation Overhauling Banking Laws WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 (Reuters) - President Clinton signed into law today a sweeping overhaul of Depression-era banking laws. The measure lifts barriers in the industry and allows banks, securities firms and insurance companies to merge and sell each other's products. "This legislation is truly historic," President Clinton told a packed audience of lawmakers and top financial regulators. "We have done right by the American people." The bill repeals parts of the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act and the 1956 Bank Holding Company Act to level the domestic playing field for United States financial companies and allow...
  • Bill Clinton on Fixing the Economic Crisis

    09/23/2008 4:47:06 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 22 replies · 134+ views
    Business Week ^ | September 23, 2008
    Bill Clinton sat down with a small group of journalists on Monday, Sept. 22, in advance of the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in New York. ... BusinessWeek staff editor Aili McConnon asked Clinton what he would do about the current economic crisis if he were President now. Here is an edited version of his response. "I would try to settle these markets down and do something like what they are doing because I think this is not just Wall Street vs. Main Street. [Snip] "Then I would basically do what Hillary has said for a year on real estate:...