Saturday, September 23, 2006

The Osterley Times: Clinton blasts Fox.#links

The Osterley Times: Clinton blasts Fox.#links

Credit where credit is due. As much as I have not always been too fond of Clinton, he's a lot more genuine than...what the hell..there is no 'more genuine than' to compare it with who's in govt these days. Every gov't will have their own biases, their own mistakes and scandals, it seems to come with the territory (not condoning it in the least) but..the degree of decency is a whole lot more pallatable when all Clinton's been officially accused of is having a speck of sperm on someone else's dress (aka not his wife)..with all the wailing of the republicans to have him impeached for that, it's amazing that the democrats have not cried foul and called for Bush's impeachment any louder nor any sooner! But, I'm an independent, you can expect that kind of complaint from me, ha!


Blogger bohemiantroubadour said...

I heard they found also unidentified sperm on the blue dress. It is possible someone besides Clinton ejaculated on the blue dress. Any ideas on the ejaculation.

11:35 PM  
Blogger Gary said...

Clinton looks likd a f***ing saint and full of righteous integrity compared to Bush and Company.

As the billboard in California says, "Will somebody give the Preident a blowjob so we can impeach him?"

12:42 AM  
Blogger Lindsay Lobe said...

Clinton was the connsumate politician.

I was standing close to him when he was last in Australia, at the Opera House and I think he had an overwhelming sense of what comments to make and how to adapt perfectly to his audience, to endear himself to those present and to countries outside of the US.
Apart front that, you felt he was part of an Administyarion imbued with a sense to make policy decisions and to proceed with an orderly sense of government.

The US seems to be obsessed now with evangelisation, good and evil, fear and patriotism you’re either against us or for us, a type of black and white style thinking. I think is overly influenced by the religious right to embrace richeteouis indignation -I agree with Gary on the overall scheme of things!!

Best wishes

8:27 AM  
Blogger betmo said...

i'm a registered donkey and you hear that complaint from me. i feel that there is a time in everyone's life where he or she comes to a crossroads- and must stand up and do the right thing. hopefully someone in both parties will realize that it is past time.

8:39 AM  
Blogger Ingrid said...

bohemian troubadour, unindentified sperm? That's a new one to me. Which brings me to Gary's comment LOL...that's a great billboard, nothing we'd ever see here in TX though..where is that one, San Fransisco? You're right, Clinton is infinitely a better person than Bush in terms of his inclusiveness, instead of this yokel 'these people you people' Bush. Lindsay, you're very observant and I wish we could swipe a few million Americans and beam 'm over to Aussie land so that they could see their own country with fresh eyes, a lot of people need some distance in order to see their own situation as it is.
Betmo, amen to you girl. I think that democratic voters can have a real effect on the 'courage' of their representatives to say, hey, take a stand or else. Naturally, there would need to be an 'or else' in the form of an independent, but independents' are not as of yet a party rather than well, independents!! I hope that dems will come through this time because I still blame Kerry (not dwelling on it, I mean analysis wise) for not taking a stand because someone needed to draw the line in the sand that is why Ralph Nader stood up and did it. He would not have if Kerry had differentiated himself from Bush. Here's to a better election next year! (oops, not to forget this years')

10:21 AM  
Anonymous Yohay Elam said...

I was and still am very impressed from Clinton. I think he's a very nice and truly compassionate person. In his time as president, the US economy improved in all the major economic figures, such as growth and unemployment. Also crime stumbled down in his period. Am I wrong? It's not my country, so I'm not 100% sure of what I writing...

I've seen him almost a year ago, when he came to Tel Aviv in remembrance to the 10th anniversary of PM Rabin's assassination. He gave a very good and touching speech. The audience, including myself, applauded for a very long time, which is not so common here.
The most relevant thing to Israel is the US foreign in the ME. Oh, how I miss Clinton. The 90s seem like a totally different era.

1:24 PM  

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