Sunday, December 30, 2007

Bill Clinton Making Threats...

Warning of Threats, Clinton Sells Clinton
Ex-President Emphasizes Wife's Experience

By Anne E. Kornblut and Alec MacGillis
Washington Post Staff Writers
Sunday, December 30, 2007; A01

The following has been pulled from the above article because I peed myself laughing as I read it and just had to share it with the rest of you.

NASHUA, N.H. -- Former president Bill Clinton yesterday delivered in stark terms a version of his wife's central campaign message: that her experience in Washington better prepares her to "deal with the unexpected." (gee I thought she got that from being married to serial sex abuser)

"You have to have a leader who is strong and commanding and convincing enough . . . to deal with the unexpected," he said. "There is a better than 50 percent chance that sometime in the first year or 18 months of the next presidency, something will happen that is not being discussed in this campaign. President Bush never talked about Osama bin Laden and didn't foresee Hurricane Katrina. And if you're not ready for that, then everything else you do can be undermined. You need a president that you trust to deal with something that we will not discuss in this campaign. . . . And I think, on this score, she's the best of all." (Why? what has she shown that qualifies her to deal with anything other than Bills philandering? Has she done anything in her ONE Term as a Senator to show leadership? What legislation has she authored that has been enacted? What achievements has she accomplished in her ONE Term that has given her any experience in conducting the war on terror, in negotiating with a hostile Russia or China? We know she knows how to take money from the Chinese how is she supposed to be trusted to deal firmly with them?)

"How we meet those challenges will determine whether our grandchildren will even be here 50 years from now at a meeting like this listening to the next generation's presidential candidates," Clinton said in Plymouth. He did not elaborate on what he meant by the prospect of the audience members' grandchildren not being there in 50 years. (so if we don't elect Hillary what will we all be dead or our children won't be voting in a caucus why? What consequences other than preserving our freedoms would we suffer if we don't elect a socialist President?)

Hillary Clinton caused a slight stir on the trail several months ago when she argued at a house party in New Hampshire that she would be better prepared to respond to Republican tactics if there were a terrorist attack sometime during the general election campaign. (she's worried about dealing with the Republicans if were attacked NOT THE TERRORISTS her first reaction is spin controlling the Republicans. Gee makes you feel real safe don't it.)

"It's a horrible prospect to ask yourself, 'What if? What if?' "Clinton told voters in Concord. "But, if certain things happen between now and the election, particularly with respect to terrorism, that will automatically give the Republicans an advantage again, no matter how badly they have mishandled it, no matter how much more dangerous they have made the world." She added that she would be the best Democratic candidate "to deal with that." (What kind of DELUDED Egotistical Hate America Bitch thinks in these terms. Every thought is how to deal politically with OUR country internally for HER political advantage if the ENEMY attacks US. Notice how it is our FAULT if we are attacked the REPUBLICANS have made the world more dangerous. It's NOT the Self Exploding Islamic Terrorist who is responsible, It's the evil Tax cutting anti-socialist health care REPUBLICANS that are going to cause your kids to die when their school buses blow up)

At the VFW hall in Nashua, Clinton spent much of the 45-minute speech talking about the achievements of his own administration, and took several of his characteristic detours into the depths of policy detail, on the fine points of improving energy efficiency in buildings, expanding biofuels and reducing medical paperwork. But he made sure to veer back relatively quickly to his case for Hillary Clinton, describing her work in child advocacy before 1992 and her role in expanding health care and assisting in diplomatic ventures abroad while in the White House. (yeah the Wonderful Clinton years, Attack after Attack by Islamic terrorists both inside and outside this country that were never reacted too, unless you want to count the burning alive of the Branch Divideons oh that's right they weren't Islamic so that doesn't count. I guess neither does the wonderful handling of N Korea as he allowed them to get the Nuclear Bomb. Maybe she was involved in transferring the responsibility for making sure our enemies didn't get any weapons technology from the Security arm at State to the Commerce Dept under Ron Brown, But that's OK China won't really shoot those missiles at us with our own guidance systems in them. Yes the accomplishments of the Clinton Joint Presidency are so wonderful we need to repeat them all)

But several of those in attendance said the speech had served a purpose, nonetheless, reminding them just how much they admire the Clintons and how important it is that the Clintons win back the White House. "It reinforces, it really does," said Betty Maddocks, a retired nurse from Nashua who was so excited about Clinton's election in 1992 that she and her husband went to Washington for a week for the inauguration. "The world loves Bill Clinton." (God save us from those that worship a Disbarred Serial Rapist)

In an interview Saturday, former Iowa governor Tom Vilsack, a prominent Clinton ally in the state, said there was no doubt that the former president was still helping to sway undecided voters. "I was just with him for two days, and I can't tell you how many people came up to me after his talk to say, 'I didn't realize Hillary had done so many things in her life,' " he said. "He basically persuaded them to become Hillary Clinton supporters." (PT Barnum was right, there's one born every minute)

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