On Saturday, February 18 Clinton urged EU leaders to convict the publishers of Mohammed caricatures. Citing "ethical" grounds, Clinton said the people’s religious convictions should be respected at all costs and the media should be disallowed to play with the religious sentiments of other faiths. He said the media could criticise any issue including governments and people, but nobody had the right to play with the sentiments of other faiths.
Sigh ... where do I begin?
I never liked WJC. I remember back in '91 when he was running for President. His platform was the same old DNC drivel - more spending on welfare, social programs, and education. There would be less spending on the military - but, "don't ask/don't tell" was added to the military recruiters' repetoire of screening procedures for new recruits. Big Business would be slammed to the hilt with tax initiatives and there would be no tax cuts.
But then an interesting thing started to become apparent - as Ross Perot started getting more popular in polling data, Slick Willy's platform started to change. He began slowly, with a broader appeal to centrists and pro-business groups. He ended up adopting 25% of Perot's platform but never implemented any of it once he got into office.
I was ready to believe that Clinton would be a different president - I had hoped that maybe he'd keep his promises. I was deeply disappointed. With impropriety etched across his standard, William Jefferson Clinton was off and running. Clinton's legacy will be that he was a lackluster leader with serious personal problems who contaminated the White House with scandal and national security breaches. But with the economy rolling forward because of Reagan's fiscal policies beginning to bear fruit, Clinton as-the-consummate-politician began to take responsibility for the good times that were beginning to appear in our GNP.
WJC is a brilliant orator and has the charm of Rasputin.
My own opinion of Clinton is that he is a coward, an addict and a momma's boy. With that kind of personality profile do you think that he would be a good leader? Not hardly.
So it's not surprising to see that this Fool is overseas determined to undermine the current Admiistration's position and to place himself firmly in the pocket of Muslim extremists.
|Talking to reporters after meeting Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz in Islamabad, Clinton said he disagreed with the caricatures and that the publication was against religious and ethical norms. Clinton said he had no objection to peaceful demonstrations being held worldwide, but this was not the time for violence. He said it was the time to promote inter-faith harmony and stand together on the issue.|
After he was caught getting oral favors in the WH toilet from Ms. Lewinsky, he came out of a "prayer meeting" with a bible in one hand and Jesse Jackson in the other. A picture speaks 1,000 words.
The nerve of this guy is astounding. He literally has no shame. The product of a broken marriage, this accused rapist-cum-president, is the biggest fraud ever perpetrated on the American people. I'm convinced that the Democrats on a deeper level understand that WJC was a creep and that is why they feel a need to attack George Bush - they simply assume that Bush is just another Clinton but disguised in a different political dress.
Clinton has no moral compass. His highest aspiration is self-service. He wraps himself in the flag when it is in his interest to do so. He points the finger at the American people when confronted with his own sexual indiscretions with feigned indignation. He gets heat for not doing anything against terrorism so he bombs an aspirin factory in Sudan - both to appease the hawks and to "wag the dog" in order to keep attention off the sex scandal.
Missing documents, shady dealings, indictments, prison time, dirty tricks, deceit, fraud, rape and misconduct - THAT is what the Clintons are all about. That will be their Legacy.
So if Clinton wants to push for the arrest and indictment of Danish cartoonists, then so be it.
But the joke is on Clinton - he doesn't have a leg to stand on. He will always be the first Democratic President to be Impeached.
Now THAT speaks volumes.