Bill Clinton: The Rosetta Stone of Politics

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    Bill Clinton: The Rosetta Stone of Politics

    The glorious Rosetta Stone: it allowed us to interpret language that we otherwise could not.

    Which brings us to Bill Clinton, Democrat.

    One must be grateful to the valiant work of Bill Clinton in revealing the dishonesty of the many Democrat-francises and fully owned subsidiaries.

    1. Is there a Woman’s movement, designed to further women’s interests, to protect women from predation by lecherous males? Or is there a wing of the Democrat Party that takes its orders from the same lechers, and is sure to protect any who have the D-for-Democrat attached to their name?

    Bill Clinton sure exposed this bogus scam.

    “Jones alleges that Clinton ran his hand up her thigh, exposed himself to her, asked for oral sex and pointedly reminded her of his friendship with her immediate boss. No woman should have to put up with such behavior at work. But according to the judge, even if then-Governor Bill Clinton propositioned and pawed then-state employee Paula Jones -- certainly misconduct for any employer or supervisor, Jones does not have a valid harassment claim because she could not prove that the overall result was a hostile work environment.” Statement of NOW President Patricia Ireland on Dismissal of Jones Case
    Pretty strong denouciation of Clinton, huh?

    The National Organization of What?

    “NOW found strong opposition on its national board and numerous local affiliates to assisting what is deemed a "right-wing" cause. So much for the NOW's willingness to defend women's rights in a case in which a woman has been victimized by a man who just so happens to support the NOW's agenda. “
    NOW On Paula Jones Appeal : "Drop Dead!"

    3. So, there must have been huge amounts of rage from the so-called ‘Women’s Groups’ when the allegations of rape were brought out by Juanita Broadderick…

    Bill Clinton sure exposed this bogus scam.

    “Feminists in particular have nothing to gain, and much to lose, by rallying to the President in this matter. It's one thing to distinguish carefully between sexual harassment and sexual hi-jinks in the Oval Office; rape is something else again. What feminists should do now is to stop playing to Bill Clinton's agenda and step up the pressure for our own.” Re: Juanita Broaddrick

    Feminists raged through the streets with pitchforks and torches?

    Not quite.

    “Those who supposedly advocate for the forgotten, the scapegoated, the abused have shown almost no concern for the women who have spoken out—or for those women who have stayed silent. The Democrats have ardently protected Bill Clinton whose politics, in many ways, resemble what radical Republican politics were a decade ago. Though Clinton has betrayed almost all of the former tenets of the Democratic party over the past six years, Democrats have stood steadfastly by him through every accusation of harassment, assault, and even rape.” Said It: Presidential Rape: The Making of a Non-Scandal: April 1999

    Bill Clinton sure exposed this bogus scam.

    2. Are there black political organizations, designed to further the interests of blacks, to see that blacks are not taken advantage of, or spoken of in derogatory manner? ? Or is there a black wing of the Democrat Party that takes its orders from the same racists, and is sure to protect any racists who have the D-for-Democrat attached to their name?

    “The day after Iowa, he [Bill Clinton, Democrat] phoned Kennedy and pressed for an endorsement, making the case for his wife. But Bill then went on, belittling Obama in a manner that deeply offended Kennedy. Recounting the conversation later to a friend, Teddy fumed that Clinton had said, A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee.” Teddy's anger - Ben Smith -

    Wait a minute- is Bill Clinton saying that blacks were only good enough to get him coffee? As in ‘boy, go get me some coffee.”


    Good enough to serve, and nothing else?

    Barak Obama?

    Wow, black talking heads and opinion-shapers must be outraged!!

    Or not.

    Jesse Jackson: “Last night, he was unavailable for comment about the new claim, which is featured in the new book about the presidential election called ‘Game Change.’

    Read more: What Bill Clinton allegedly told Ted Kennedy about Obama: 'A few years ago he would have been getting us coffee' | Mail Online

    The Black Caucus? Sharpton? Any other ‘professional blacks’ commenting on this?


    The silence is deafening.

    Bill Clinton sure exposed this bogus scam.
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2010

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