Bill Clinton's book.


American Voice
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As some of you may have heard--here there's no escape--former-President Bill Clinton has a book out, a memoir titled "My Life." Our municipal library system has purchased 179 copies. I placed a reserve this morning. I am number 618 on the waiting list.

Personally, I didn't vote for him the first time, and I didn't vote for him the second time. (The last time I voted for president was in 1984--I voted for Mondale; to be able later to say I had done. I mean, I can see Reagan getting elected once. But then to be re-elected? Whatever will history think of us? There was a bumper-sticker popular in the South during Watergate: Don't blame me, I vote for Wallace! Well, don't blame me, I voted for Mondale. Anyway.) If Clinton could be running this time, I do believe I'd vote for him. Yes, he was a rascal, but he was also a damned fine president. We could use his knowledge and experience. If it is any indication of something, the strategy of the Bush re-election campaign thus far has been to run against. . .Bill Clinton.

What's the consensus? Would you like to see Clinton back in the White House? I shudder to imagine what might go on, but gee, wouldn't it be interesting?
 
Numure
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I liked Bill. The best President the US has had in a very long time.... Your economy was in top shape, the world was relativly at peace, and I enjoyed seeing him play gulf with Jean from time to time.

I will buy his book when its released.
 
Walter
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Bill Clinton Named In Epstein Documents
https://www.oann.com/bill-clinton-na...ein-documents/

Does the book include a chapter on Lolita Island.
 
Hoid
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Quote: Originally Posted by American Voice View Post

I mean, I can see Reagan getting elected once. But then to be re-elected? Whatever will history think of us?

The Reagan presidency proved that literally anybody could be president.

It certainly cleared the decks for Trump
 
Walter
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Bill Clinton Named In Epstein Documents
https://www.oann.com/bill-clinton-na...ein-documents/

Charles Pierce doesn't like this news.
 
Jinentonix
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A book I might add, that the American taxpayer got to pay for while being expected to buy their own copy if they want one.


There's a fund set up so that former Presidents don't wind up penniless for whatever reason. It's NOT there for multi-millionaires to pilfer to make themselves wealthier. That is precisely where the money for the book came from. Man, I guess $75 million is considered "penniless" these days. Poor Bill. Poor, poor Bill.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

A book I might add, that the American taxpayer got to pay for while being expected to buy their own copy if they want one.
There's a fund set up so that former Presidents don't wind up penniless for whatever reason. It's NOT there for multi-millionaires to pilfer to make themselves wealthier. That is precisely where the money for the book came from. Man, I guess $75 million is considered "penniless" these days. Poor Bill. Poor, poor Bill.

Did he get the money from the fund according to the rules of the fund, or not?

The opinion of an obviously-biased Canadian on "what it's for" ain't worth a fart in a windstorm.
 
Said1
Free Thinker
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Yes. Bill was the best of all.....if only could have found some women who could keep their damn mouths shut.
 
Walter
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#9  Top Rated Post
Clintons hunker down after Epstein revelations, media silent, #BillClintonIsAPedo trends on Twitter
https://www.americanthinker.com/blog...n_twitter.html

A very corrupt couple.
 

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