Sunday, September 18, 2005

President Clinton Lowers the Bar - Again

During President Clinton's eight years in the White House he gutted our military, destroyed our weapons research programs, ignored terrorist attacks against the US, disgraced the White House with his debauchary and extramarital affairs. He proved to be a bad President, a bad husband, and over all a total embarassment as an American.

Not satisfied with those accomplishments President Clinton has decided to break with long standing tradition and start trashing his successor. Most ex-presidents have historically avoided publically critizing their successors. Most of them have been smart enough to know that publically critizing your successor rarely accomplishes anything other than to make them look like a complainer or a political hack. Other than Jimmy Carter most ex-presidents have been smart enough to keep their mouth's shut about the current president. Today Bill Clinton decided to join his Democratic compatriot and join that exclusive club of ExPresidents Who Don't Know When to Shut The Hell Up.

Bill (No Class) Clinton took a few mintues today to Bash President Bush on the War on Terrorism, Hurricane Katrina and the US budget.

the Bush administration had decided to invade Iraq "virtually alone and before UN inspections were completed, with no real urgency, no evidence that there were weapons of mass destruction."

The Iraq war diverted US attention from the war on terrorism "and undermined the support that we might have had,"

Once again we find a leading Democrate who just doesn't understand that Iraq is a front on the war on terror. Does exPresident Clinton really believe that the war in Iraq is really getting in the way of us shooting some cruise missile at empty camps in the middle of the desert? Because that is how he fought the war on terror. Mr. Clinton, you wouldn't know how to fight a war if you had the entire pentagon to advise you. Because you did have the entire pentagon to advise you for 8 years and you screwed it up everytime.

On Hurricane Katrina, Clinton faulted the authorities' failure to evacuate New Orleans ahead of the storm's strike on August 29.

People with cars were able to heed the evacuation order, but many of those who were poor, disabled or elderly were left behind.

"If we really wanted to do it right, we would have had lots of buses lined up to take them out,"

Mr. Clinton did you pay attention to anything other than the interns during your 8 years in the white house? What did you want President Bush to do before hurricane Katrina hit, invade Louisiana and forceable remove the United States citizens there from their homes?

I know that it is a waste of time to ask you to be honest, you wouldn't know honestly if it fell out of the sky landed on your face and started to wiggle. But what about some common sense. You know as well as most of the citizens in this country with an IQ higher than 90 that the responsibility for evacuating the city of New Orleans before that hurricane hit was 100% the responsibility of the Mayor of New Orleans and the Governor of Louisiana. To use this disaster to attack your successor and his appointed employees is a nothing more than political hackery.

"We depend on Japan, China, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, and Korea primarily to basically loan us money every day of the year to cover my tax cut and these conflicts and Katrina. I don't think it makes any sense."

Mr. Clinton if you don't think your tax cut makes sense then give it back. You don't have to pay less taxes. If you think that you aren't paying enough then send it in. Oh wait. That would imply that you are trying to help this country and that is not what you are about is it. You are here to lie, cheat and disparage. You spent 8 years embarrassing this country as president and now you think that wasn't enough. Please Mr. Clinton, it's time to just shut up and go away.

OK, so somewhere in the middle of this posting I stopped referring to Slick Willie as Mr. President and started calling him Mr. Clinton. I know that may not be appropriately respectful. I also know that I'm supposed to respect the office if not the man. But this clown isn't in office anymore and I certainly feel that this bit of political hackery disqualifies him from any demonstrations of respect I may feel obligated to offer him because of a job he screwed up for 8 years.

Personnally I have had my fill of this idiot. It was bad enough that I had to listen to him for 8 years when he was president but to have to put up with his BS now is just too much.

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