Wednesday, November 28, 2007

More From the Man Who Defined "Is"

Bill Clinton and The New York Times are both definitive.

The New York Times, defines the term "unintended understatement" while reporting on the man who defined "is".

Meanwhile, Bill informs the American public of his latest version of what he did when, how and to whom:
During a campaign swing for his wife, former President Bill Clinton said flatly yesterday that he opposed the war in Iraq “from the beginning” — a statement that is more absolute than his comments before the invasion in March 2003.

Before the invasion, Mr. Clinton did not precisely declare that he opposed the war. A week before military action began, however, he did say that he preferred to give weapons inspections more time and that an invasion was not necessary to topple Saddam Hussein.

At the same time, he also spoke supportively about the 2002 Senate resolution that authorized military action against Iraq.

Former Soviet misinformation specialists are at this moment taking notes.

Conversations between Bill and Hillary Clinton must take on a Kafka-esque hue whenever they discuss their stands on--anything?

Mom always advised to look on the sunny side, however. So one can take heart in the thought that the Clintons are safe from terrorist kidnapping plans.

Any attempts at extracting information from either would turn the tables on their would-be torturers.

by Mondoreb

We're not CNN--But we got video proof!
Or rather PPP's got proof. Political Party Poop serves up a trio of Clinton Golden Oldies!

* Hear what he said!
* See him say it!
* Scratch your head in Utter Amazement!
Clinton Flatly Asserts He Flatly Opposed the War at the Start

Breath-taking Clintonian Powers of Prevarication in Living Color!
Posted by a Pundit in Living Color!

Bill Clinton Flatly Asserts He Opposed War From the Beginning


Death by 1000 Papercuts Front Page.

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