Clinton has 66% approval rating

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    And he's stumping for Obama. He'll have a leading role at the convention.

    The above quote is actually on an article about how Sarah Palin is darn near persona non grata with the Republican Party these days, but I felt the best points made were at the tail-end of the article, in the above quote.

    Why Sarah Palin
     
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    Why Bill Clinton is the best choice to nominate Obama at the convention - Post Leadership - The Washington Post

    Just more background.
     
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    The Democrat convention sounds like it's going to be a real circus..

    Lizzy Warren, Billy Clinton...

    man oh man
     
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    Clinton's image is immensely aided by the contrast with George II.
     
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    According to one source (WIKI article about Clinton), he left office with the highest end-of-office approval rating of any U.S. president since World War II. Apparently the fallout from the Monica Lewinski scandal did not do any lasting damage to his popularity.
     
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    You know the Democrats are scared when they have to bring Billy Clinton back into things
     
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    Clinton should run for president, but since he cannot serve another term decline once he won :)
     
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    Liz Warren is going to lead a "genuine Cherokee Opening Ceremony". Should be fun
     
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    Clinton's image is immensely aided by the contrast with Obama, actually.
     
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    The "scandal" really should have been the lengths the conservatives in this country will go to oust a democratically elected opposition leader.
     

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