Thursday, November 17, 2005

Bill -- No Need For You To Come Back

How disgusted am I? Very. At what, you ask? Uncle President has once again decided to be an ass: Bill Clinton Calls Iraq ‘Big Mistake.’ But wait – like a Ginsu knife – there’s more! He didn’t have the balls to say it in this country. Nope. He said it where? In Dubai, United Arab Emirates!

I hate when ex-presidents bag on sitting presidents. And I really hate when people say crap about our country when they are overseas. Clinton is such a freakin’ Dixie Chick. Can't believe I voted for him. Twice.

16 Comments:

At 9:25 PM, Blogger Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

You voted for Clinton, twice, on purpose?

Since you have such cute knuckles I won't ask you to beg forgiveness for your complicity in 17 unanswered Islamic terrorist attacks on Americans during Bubba's reign of errors, but only because you have cute knuckles.

Friends don't let friends vote for Democrats.

 
At 9:31 PM, Blogger Esther said...

I know it's horrible, Beamish. I'm sorry.

At least be happy that I've seen the light. 9/11 changed me in more ways than one. And what didn't change from that -- the democrats managed to do all on their own.

 
At 10:12 PM, Anonymous rachy said...

crikey, even my spine is in better condition than his!

 
At 1:58 AM, Blogger Rory said...

Esther, I also voted for him twice...on purpose. But, I wonder what provoked this tirade because up until now he was being very circumspect about following that unwritten rule where former presidents don't publicly criticize current presidents. Not only that, but he said it in an Arab country, damn it! And I thought he said he didn't inhale.

Mr. Beamish,
I think there's enough blame to go around when it comes to our response to terrorism in the past. I voted for Ronald Reagan when he ran against Jimmy Carter because I knew Carter was an idiot. But let's not forget it was Reagan who pulled the Marines out of Lebanon after the bombing in Beirut, and that helped set the stage for subsequent terrorist attacks...including 9/11.

 
At 4:27 AM, Blogger Always On Watch said...

Esther,
My away message is up on my blog, but I'm still "lurking," until the last minute. Hehehe.

Don't feel too bad for having voted for Slick Willie. He got that nickname for a reason. While I didn't vote for the man, I didn't cast my opposing vote with any enthusiasm. And I never thought that Clinton could do as much damage as he did.

As to why Clinton uttered his stupid words (in UAE, of all places!), I'm convinced that the man suffered brain damage during his open-heart surgery. Now, I'm not making excuses for the jackass which he naturally is--above all, the man wants to be liked and will say just about anything to guarantee his own popularity; in one day, when he was campaigning for President, he went to St. Louis and spoke of the importance of gun control, then hopped on the plane and went to Austin and said exactly the opposite. The man lives for the sound of applause, I think.

Now, back to that brain damage...I know a man who underwent the same type of surgery, and his brain damage went undetected until, just a few short years later, he grabbed all the money out of his bank accounts, took off in the car and drove some 1000 miles, and got picked up for something odd (I don't remember just what the charge was). When he got to court, he gave his name as "Phil Donahue," then launched into a political tirade--this man had never before given a damn about politics. End result of the court hearing? Permanent confinement to a mental institute. What had caused the man's dementia? The doctors' best guess was overoxygenation during the surgery. Keeping the blood gases in correct balance during open-heart surgery is tricky, and very subtle brain damage can occur. And let's all remember that Clinton doesn't look at all the same now as far as being in robust health goes.

So, Slick Willie goes to UAE and spouts off. Like Esther, I am disgusted--and angry. The man shouldn't be on the loose overseas. He's doing damage to the United States and needs to be curbed.

PS: After open-heart surgery, many men experience changes in sexual function--"oversexed" or "undersexed." If Clinton has had some changes in that regard, we can expect some more weird behavior from him. As if he didn't have enough problems prior to his surgery!

 
At 4:19 PM, Blogger Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Rory,

It's rare to meet someone that actually claims to have voted for Clinton because there isn't that many people who did. Voter turnout in '92 and '96 was dismal in the first place. Then you have to discount at least 60% of the "votes" cast for Clinton that were actually stuffed by crack-smoking Democrat election workers using "absentee ballots" in the name of dead people and pets. That doesn't leave that many people. Then subtract around 40% of the remainder to account for the people who got to vote two or more times on Election Day.

You and Esther are like 2 of the 1 in 3,000 people who actually voted for Clinton on purpose.

I'll leave Muammar Qadafi of Libya to explain Reagan's counter-terrorism policy. And if you'll expand the definition of terrorism on U.S. soil to include bombings in Chicago and New York City, it was Clinton that pardoned 16 members of the FALN terrorist organization responsible for them, terrorists kept in prison by Reagan and Bush the Elder.

There has never been, at any time in US history, a rational reason to vote for a Democrat.

 
At 4:26 PM, Blogger Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Esther,

Just keep punching that pillow. Keeps your knucks all purdy like :)

 
At 9:37 PM, Blogger Esther said...

LOL Rachy and Rory. :)

AOW, I love your brain damage theory. Makes sense.

Beamish, you slay me! Everyone I knew voted for Clinton. I guess it's just the circles you run in. Besides, who was I supposed to vote for? Bush 41? He was hideous to Israel. Please. Dole? I don't think so. Lousy choices. Course at the time I was foolishly into Slick Willy.

 
At 11:28 PM, Blogger Rory said...

Mr. Beamish,
Everything Esther said about voting for Clinton goes for me, too.

In answer to your question about the terrorist attacks, I wasn't necessarily referring only to attacks that took place on American soil, although there was the first bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993. But we also had the bombing of the USS Cole and the attacks on our embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, all of which resulted in the deaths of a number of Americans. And while the actual attacks took place when Clinton was in office, people like bin Laden had already been emboldened by our retreats from Lebanon and Somalia. He even said those were the two major events that convinced him that America could become a potential target. And, yes, Reagan did go after Qaddafi, but we never did anything about the Syrians and Iranians who were the supporters of Hezbollah, the perpetrators of the attack on the Marine barracks. Also, I'm not about to give Clinton a pass when it comes to the issue of terrorism, but, prior to 9/11, it seems as if a lot of people were asleep at the wheel.

Obviously, this is a complicated issue, and while we may disagree on certain aspects of it, I certainly respect your opinion and I appreciate your input.

 
At 7:19 AM, Anonymous Bozwell said...

Esther,

"9/11 changed me in more ways than one."

Me too.

And Clinton you're right about...no balls at all.

Rachy....PMSL

 
At 8:26 AM, Blogger Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Clinton's idea of supporting Israel was to have a fat Jewess give him a blow job while Yasser Arafat waited a hour in the Rose Garden for a photo-op.

 
At 8:38 AM, Blogger Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Rory,

How do you fit the idea that Reagan did nothing about the supporters of Hezbollah in with the leftist talking points that Reagan backed Saddam Hussein in the Iran-Iraq war?

Or, if you're not a leftist (sorry if I insulted your intelligence), how do fit Reagan's proxy wars with Communists in with Syria and Iran being proxies of the Soviet Union up until the invasion of Afghanistan?

Please don't tell me you think Osama Bin Laden was a CIA agent.

Esther,

In 1992 I voted for Andre Marrou, as a Libertarian protest vote. In 1996, I begrudgingly voted for Dole in hopes that my fellow conservatives would be more upset that we didn't have a conservative in the Oval Office that we were upset that the GOP didn't run one.

(There was the hope that Dole would die and Jack Kemp would take over)

 
At 11:00 AM, Blogger Gindy said...

"I hate when ex-presidents bag on sitting presidents."

like Carter does constantly. This was truley an embarrassement by Clinton. It also hurts our war effort without a doubt for him to make these statements right next door to where the war is taking place.

 
At 11:42 PM, Blogger patrickafir said...

Yeah, it is pretty disgusting. I don't get it - why don't Republicans ever do this to sitting Democratic presidents? Mind you, I'm not a Republican, but I definitely respect that about them.

I have plenty of good to say about Bubba too, but standing a couple hundred miles from where our kids are dying and saying it's a mistake is vile.

Dick Morris thinks that Hillary has Bill out keeping her base on the left nailed down as she engages in conservative pretension.

 
At 4:34 AM, Blogger Rebekah said...

It made me mad when I heard that, too. I mean, as far as anti-war speeches have been going, this one didn't sound too bad, but at least stay in the United States!!!
After all, you can expect Clinton to say dumb things, but this is inexcusable.

 
At 5:11 PM, Blogger Esther said...

Beamish, you slay me!

Thanks Boz.

Exactly Gindy and rebekah.

Patrick, Dick Morris might be right on the money.

 

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