Bill Clinton is a Hope Monger

March 1, 2008 | Filed Under Elections, government, News 

I’ve argued it before, and I’ll broach the topic again because it’s relevant to the times.  Bill Clinton was the Barack Obama before the liberal messiah made it to the fore-front of  American politics.  I’ve always had an affinity towards Bill Clinton and deep inside lays this hope that if Hillary Clinton wins the nomination, he might rub off on her with his good politicking and charm.  However, Barack Obama is already that person that Bill Clinton was in a lot of ways.  Though Obama does knock on the Clinton years at times, the truth is that the two men are very much alike in their ability to electrify crowds, think independently and appear presidential.

Bill Clinton in 2004, on the politics of fear and hope

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2 Responses to “Bill Clinton is a Hope Monger”

  1. JQ on March 3rd, 2008 12:57 pm

    Hello American Howdy… You have very nice blogs. I’ve see in technorati and I also fave some of your blogs.

    By the way… Bill Clinton is one of the best president after Roosevelt. In mu opinion Hillary Clinton will do as her husband did; reduce unemployment, increase American Income, A peace declarator and mediator. Clinton and Hillary will do best in forward after Bush.
    I also post about Clinton in My Opinion at

    lastly, thank for fave me in technorati. and If you say so I would like to make linking with you.
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    JQ Peaceful Lover

  2. Andrew Wang on March 19th, 2009 3:56 pm

    Speaking of Bill Clinton:

    It is opined that Bill Clinton committed racist hate crimes, and I am not free to say anything further about it.

    Respectfully Submitted by Andrew Y. Wang, J.D. Candidate
    B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
    Messiah College, Grantham, PA
    Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, PA, 1993

    (I can type 90 words per minute, and there are probably thousands of copies on the Internet indicating the content of this post. Moreover, there are innumerable copies in very many countries around the world.)
    “If only it were possible to ban invention that bottled up memories so they never got stale and faded.” Off the top of my head—it came from my Lower Merion High School yearbook.

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