Not Logged In Log In   Sign Up   Points Leaders
Follow Us    2:33 PM

Message Forum - Read Message

Category: US politics > Topics Add to favorite topics   Post new topicPost New Topic
Author Topic: What does Bill Clinton think of President Obama? Back to Topics
btc1

Champion Author
Lexington

Posts:23,435
Points:896,735
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 11:12:47 AM

"Clinton, on the other hand, thought Obama was one of the luckiest people in the world, and expressed this as only Bill Clinton can.

Romney’s ineptness staggered Clinton. After the release of the 47 percent video, he remarked to a friend that, while Mitt was a decent man, he was in the wrong line of work. (‘He really shouldn’t be speaking to people in public.’) As for Obama, Clinton trotted out for his pals the same line again and again: ‘He’s luckier than a dog with two -----.’”

To see the full qupte click here.

I hesitate to provide the full quote here. But, Bill maybe right. For your T-Shirt contact me soon....;'P


[Edited by: btc1 at 11/2/2013 11:15:34 AM EST]
REPLIES (newest first) Post a Reply
Profile Pic
KansasGunman
Champion Author Kansas

Posts:22,106
Points:2,117,980
Joined:Oct 2005
Message Posted: Nov 3, 2013 10:58:46 AM


Aside from ol' Billy and Hillary being photo opt junkies and experts in the politically Correct arena I'd love to be a fly on the wall in their home and listen to what I'll bet they've said about him behind closed doors.
Profile Pic
btc1
Champion Author Lexington

Posts:23,435
Points:896,735
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Nov 3, 2013 9:21:37 AM

Clinton's remarks are not construed as racist. Don Imus' could be. It was thoughtless, Clinton is just crude.
Profile Pic
mudtoe
Champion Author Cincinnati

Posts:14,238
Points:1,953,655
Joined:May 2008
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 11:29:38 PM

Hemond: "Clinton gets a pass and Imus gets the shaft...."


Excellent example!! I wonder how understanding btc is of Mr. Imus' comments?


mudtoe
Profile Pic
Hemond
Champion Author Providence

Posts:12,172
Points:178,995
Joined:Oct 2006
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 10:44:10 PM

:::::Wow, what understanding and charity.::::


First thing that came to mind was the crucifixtion of Don Imus when he called the Rutger's ballplayers "nappy headed ho's".

Clinton gets a pass and Imus gets the shaft....
Profile Pic
MiddletownMarty
Champion Author Connecticut

Posts:22,678
Points:328,045
Joined:Jul 2008
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 7:08:03 PM

It doesn't offend me, but I do think that such a remark is beneath the dignity a former President should exhibit.

Although he is a brilliant politician, Clinton never did appeal to me. I never could bring myself to vote for him.





[Edited by: MiddletownMarty at 11/2/2013 7:10:35 PM EST]
Profile Pic
mudtoe
Champion Author Cincinnati

Posts:14,238
Points:1,953,655
Joined:May 2008
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 6:18:03 PM

btc: "It is an honest statement of Bill's. It goes back to his raisin'."


Wow, what understanding and charity. I'll look for the same sentiment from you next time a conservative is quoted as saying something politically incorrect........



mudtoe
Profile Pic
btc1
Champion Author Lexington

Posts:23,435
Points:896,735
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 6:14:11 PM

Just a bit of locker room humor. Sorry, if that offends. You did not have to look. Thanks for fixing the link mudtoe. I said I hesitated to provide the full quote so you were warned. I find the Arkansas humorist left in Bill, more honest than anything any other politicians have wrought lately. And yes, Romney as Clinton pointed out, was inferior.

It is an honest statement of Bill's. It goes back to his raisin'. And that is how he could connect to many across the gap of politics. He appeals to the everyman. Can a Republican do that? Not since McKinley was bought and paid for by the Titans.

[Edited by: btc1 at 11/2/2013 6:15:57 PM EST]
Profile Pic
MiddletownMarty
Champion Author Connecticut

Posts:22,678
Points:328,045
Joined:Jul 2008
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 5:49:17 PM

That's a pretty crude remark coming from the lips of a former President. Alas, I'm not surprised.

More to the point, I dob't believe Obama's victory over Romney had anything to do with luck. Romney was simply the inferior candidate.

Profile Pic
AFSNCO
Champion Author Montgomery

Posts:19,938
Points:1,886,560
Joined:Aug 2008
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 3:14:57 PM

We all know that the "Darling of the Democrats," aka, Slick Willie, get a pass for his remarks. If it were a member of the GOP the rants calling him a racist would be going on and on from the left.
Profile Pic
mudtoe
Champion Author Cincinnati

Posts:14,238
Points:1,953,655
Joined:May 2008
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 2:01:22 PM

Perhaps I can help btc out by providing a working link describing Clinton's feelings toward Obama:


Clinton's opinion of Obama


mudtoe
Profile Pic
Hemond
Champion Author Providence

Posts:12,172
Points:178,995
Joined:Oct 2006
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 1:51:07 PM

What is so hard about making a link? And what is so hard about testing your link after you make it? If you are going to put out inflammatory premises, at least have the capability to build a functioning link.

I used to fix these sloppy links for people. No more, fix your own.


Profile Pic
theTower
Champion Author Indiana

Posts:15,761
Points:634,815
Joined:Jun 2007
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 12:19:44 PM

Not Found

Ooops! Whatever you were looking for isn't here.

» Go home.

I agree though, go home.
Profile Pic
AFSNCO
Champion Author Montgomery

Posts:19,938
Points:1,886,560
Joined:Aug 2008
Message Posted: Nov 2, 2013 11:17:41 AM

I guess he did not have much to say...the link goes to a blank page.
Post a reply Back to Topics