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Clinton: My Bin Laden Confession Was 'Inappropriate'
Newsmax ^ | 4-20-04 | Carl Limbacher

Posted on 04/20/2004 8:27:38 AM PDT by truthandlife

In a closed-door meeting with the 9/11 Commission on April 8, ex-President Bill Clinton said that his admission to a Long Island business group two years ago that he turned down Sudan's offer to arrest Osama bin Laden was "inappropriate," according to 9/11 Commissioner Bob Kerrey.

"What the president said, he just didn't understand the facts of the question," Kerrey told Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" on Monday. "He answered inappropriately."

Commissioner Kerrey told Alan Colmes that he'd been asked to "try to do some follow-up" on Clinton's bin Laden comments to the Long Island Association on Feb. 15, 2002.

"I haven't seen the full transcript of what he said or anything like that," Kerrey insisted, though the LIA supplied the 9/11 Commission with a videotape of Clinton's speech five weeks ago.

Rep. Peter King, R-NY, who attended the event in question, said Sunday that Clinton's bin Laden admission was spontaneous rather than a response to any direct question.

"I was actually there that day," King told WABC Radio's Steve Malzberg. "[Clinton] brought it up - it wasn't even in response to a question. He was sort of ruminating and talking about what went right and what went wrong and then he brought up this whole story on his own about how he turned down taking bin Laden." [See transcript, below]

Last week, Commissioner Kerrey told North Dakota radio host Scott Hennen that when Clinton's bin Laden quote was read back to him during the 9/11 interrogation, the ex-president called it "a misquote."

When Hennen told Kerrey that Clinton's comments were on audiotape, the Nebraska Democrat asked for a copy - apparently unaware that the 9/11 Commission already has them on videotape.

During his interview with the 9/11 Commission, Clinton was accompanied by longtime aide and former White House counsel Bruce "the consigliere" Lindsey, along with former national security advisor Sandy Berger, who insisted in sworn testimony before Congress in Sept. 2002 that there was never any offer from Sudanese officials to turn over bin Laden to the U.S.

TRANSCRIPT:

Ex-President Clinton's Remarks on Osama bin Laden Delivered to the Long Island Association's Annual Luncheon Crest Hollow Country Club, Woodbury, NY Feb. 15, 2002

Question from LIA President Matthew Crosson:

CROSSON: In hindsight, would you have handled the issue of terrorism, and al-Qaeda specifically, in a different way during your administration?

CLINTON: Well, it's interesting now, you know, that I would be asked that question because, at the time, a lot of people thought I was too obsessed with Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda.

And when I bombed his training camp and tried to kill him and his high command in 1998 after the African embassy bombings, some people criticized me for doing it. We just barely missed him by a couple of hours.

I think whoever told us he was going to be there told somebody who told him that our missiles might be there. I think we were ratted out.

We also bombed a chemical facility in Sudan where we were criticized, even in this country, for overreaching. But in the trial in New York City of the al-Qaeda people who bombed the African embassy, they testified in the trial that the Sudanese facility was, in fact, a part of their attempt to stockpile chemical weapons.

So we tried to be quite aggressive with them. We got - uh - well, Mr. bin Laden used to live in Sudan. He was expelled from Saudi Arabia in 1991, then he went to Sudan.

And we'd been hearing that the Sudanese wanted America to start dealing with them again.

They released him. At the time, 1996, he had committed no crime against America so I did not bring him here because we had no basis on which to hold him, though we knew he wanted to commit crimes against America.

So I pleaded with the Saudis to take him, 'cause they could have. But they thought it was a hot potato and they didn't and that's how he wound up in Afghanistan.

We then put a lot of sanctions on the Afghan government and - but they inter-married, Mullah Omar and bin Laden. So that essentially the Taliban didn't care what we did to them.

Now, if you look back - in the hindsight of history, everybody's got 20/20 vision - the real issue is should we have attacked the al-Qaeda network in 1999 or in 2000 in Afghanistan.

Here's the problem. Before September 11 we would have had no support for it - no allied support and no basing rights. So we actually trained to do this. I actually trained people to do this. We trained people.

But in order to do it, we would have had to take them in on attack helicopters 900 miles from the nearest boat - maybe illegally violating the airspace of people if they wouldn't give us approval. And we would have had to do a refueling stop.

And we would have had to make the decision in advance that's the reverse of what President Bush made - and I agreed with what he did. They basically decided - this may be frustrating to you now that we don't have bin Laden. But the president had to decide after Sept. 11, which am I going to do first? Just go after bin Laden or get rid of the Taliban?

He decided to get rid of the Taliban. I personally agree with that decision, even though it may or may not have delayed the capture of bin Laden. Why?

Because, first of all the Taliban was the most reactionary government on earth and there was an inherent value in getting rid of them.

Secondly, they supported terrorism and we'd send a good signal to governments that if you support terrorism and they attack us in America, we will hold you responsible.

Thirdly, it enabled our soldiers and Marines and others to operate more safely in-country as they look for bin Laden and the other senior leadership, because if we'd have had to have gone in there to just sort of clean out one area, try to establish a base camp and operate.

So for all those reasons the military recommended against it. There was a high probability that it wouldn't succeed.

Now I had one other option. I could have bombed or sent more missiles in. As far as we knew he never went back to his training camp. So the only place bin Laden ever went that we knew was occasionally he went to Khandahar where he always spent the night in a compound that had 200 women and children.

So I could have, on any given night, ordered an attack that I knew would kill 200 women and children that had less than a 50 percent chance of getting him.

Now, after he murdered 3,100 of our people and others who came to our country seeking their livelihood you may say, "Well, Mr. President, you should have killed those 200 women and children."

But at the time we didn't think he had the capacity to do that. And no one thought that I should do that. Although I take full responsibility for it. You need to know that those are the two options I had. And there was less than a 50/50 chance that the intelligence was right that on this particular night he was in Afghanistan.

Now, we did do a lot of things. We tried to get the Pakistanis to go get him. They could have done it and they wouldn't. They changed governments at the time from Mr. Sharif to President Musharraf. And we tried to get others to do it. We had a standing contract between the CIA and some groups in Afghanistan authorizing them and paying them if they should be successful in arresting and/or killing him.

So I tried hard to - I always thought this guy was a big problem. And apparently the options I had were the options that the President and Vice President Cheney and Secretary Powell and all the people that were involved in the Gulf War thought that they had, too, during the first eight months that they were there - until Sept. 11 changed everything.

But I did the best I could with it and I do not believe, based on what options were available to me, that I could have done much more than I did. Obviously, I wish I'd been successful. I tried a lot of different ways to get bin Laden 'cause I always thought he was a very dangerous man. He's smart, he's bold and committed.

But I think it's very important that the Bush administration do what they're doing to keep the soldiers over there to keep chasing him. But I know - like I said - I know it might be frustrating to you. But it's still better for bin Laden to worry every day more about whether he's going to see the sun come up in the morning than whether he's going to drop a bomb, another bomb somewhere in the U.S. or in Europe or on some other innocent civilians. (END OF TRANSCRIPT)


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KEYWORDS: 911commission; berger; binladen; clinton; clintonfailure; clintonfailures; clintonlegacy; clintontestimony; coverup; liar; lindsey; lyingsackofcrap; missedopportunity; obl; whitewash; x42
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1 posted on 04/20/2004 8:27:40 AM PDT by truthandlife
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To: truthandlife
How about his sodomy with a young girl?
2 posted on 04/20/2004 8:30:35 AM PDT by Puppage (You may disagree with what I have to say, but I shall defend to your death my right to say it.)
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To: truthandlife
Klintoon lied??? Gasp! The day that sorry P.O.S. tells the truth is the day there's a whole new wing at the Ripley's Believe It or Not building.
3 posted on 04/20/2004 8:31:38 AM PDT by JeeperFreeper
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To: truthandlife
I saw Kerrey on H&C and found is remarks incredibly WEAK!
4 posted on 04/20/2004 8:32:12 AM PDT by Huck (In the Soviet Union, the Admin Moderators ruled.)
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To: truthandlife
During his interview with the 9/11 Commission, Clinton was accompanied by longtime aide and former White House counsel Bruce "the consigliere" Lindsey, along with former national security advisor Sandy Berger

Is this true? Klintoon wasn't alone?

5 posted on 04/20/2004 8:33:11 AM PDT by Huck (In the Soviet Union, the Admin Moderators ruled.)
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To: truthandlife
Clinton should have just changed his name to "Inappropriate" at an early age. Truth in advertising.
7 posted on 04/20/2004 8:34:46 AM PDT by VadeRetro (Faster than a speeding building! Able to leap tall bullets in a single bound!)
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To: truthandlife
Now Bob Kerrey can "wash his hands" and walk away from this sordid little factoid of this commission work. How unfortunate to have "inappropriate quotes" brought up when you're having such a good time grandstanding! I'm sure Alan Colmes did a fine job of pushing Bob Kerrey on this. I bet Jamie Gorelick is "hard at work" looking into this incident.
8 posted on 04/20/2004 8:35:05 AM PDT by ReleaseTheHounds
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To: truthandlife
"What the president said, he just didn't understand the facts of the question," Kerrey told Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" on Monday. "He answered inappropriately."

Kerrey didn't know what he was talking about. The taped statement wasn't a misunderstanding of the facts. Kerrey is trying to spin and rewrite.

And parot Colmes chimes along merrily.
9 posted on 04/20/2004 8:35:09 AM PDT by TomGuy (Clintonites have such good hind-sight because they had their heads up their hind-ends 8 years.)
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To: Huck
Was he lying then ? Is he lying now ?
Is his mouth moving ?
10 posted on 04/20/2004 8:35:13 AM PDT by Eric in the Ozarks
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To: Huck
I was just thinking the same thing--and here the 'rats are making such a big deal of President Bush appearing with Vice President Cheney!
11 posted on 04/20/2004 8:35:22 AM PDT by MizSterious (First, the journalists, THEN the lawyers.)
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To: MizSterious
BUMP!
12 posted on 04/20/2004 8:36:52 AM PDT by jmstein7 (Real Men Don't Need Chunks of Government Metal on Their Chests to be Heroes)
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To: Huck
"What the president said, he just didn't understand the facts of the question," Kerrey told Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" on Monday. "He answered inappropriately."

"Bill Clinton is an unusually good liar." Bob Kerrey, 1996.

13 posted on 04/20/2004 8:36:58 AM PDT by jwalsh07 (REMEMBER FABRIZIO!)
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To: Huck
During his interview with the 9/11 Commission, Clinton was accompanied by longtime aide and former White House counsel Bruce "the consigliere" Lindsey, along with former national security advisor Sandy Berger

Lindsey accompanied Clinton? That's the first I've heard of that. It sure didn't make the talk/print circuses. But the Bush-Cheney appearance has been battered about for weeks by the libs.
14 posted on 04/20/2004 8:37:40 AM PDT by TomGuy (Clintonites have such good hind-sight because they had their heads up their hind-ends 8 years.)
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To: truthandlife
Sandy Berger, who insisted in sworn testimony before Congress in Sept. 2002 that there was never any offer from Sudanese officials to turn over bin Laden to the U.S.

Clinton is in the position of lying about his taped comments because they prove Sandy Berger perjured himself before the 911 Omission.
15 posted on 04/20/2004 8:38:42 AM PDT by MamaLucci (Libs, want answers on 911? Ask Clinton why he met with Monica more than with his CIA director.)
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To: truthandlife
Dear Bill Clinton;

You are inappropriate. You can't change history. Even if your wife gets in the White House - you'll still be Bill Clinton, an inappropriate man who enabled 911, who had anal-oral contact with an intern and an cigar, surrounded by a pile of dead associates and holding impeachment papers because of your purgery. You shall always stand accused of rape, sexual harrassment, and marital infidelity. You will always be known for your closet of skeletons and illegal fundraisers.

Mr. impeached ex-president - please go away.

Sincerely;
AD from Springbay.
16 posted on 04/20/2004 8:40:54 AM PDT by AD from SpringBay (We have the government we allow and deserve.)
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To: VadeRetro
How true. His entire adult life, public and private is "inappropriate."
17 posted on 04/20/2004 8:41:31 AM PDT by KC Burke (Men of intemperate minds can never be free....)
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To: TomGuy
If someone could check it out and ping me, I could really use the ammo if it's true, for the long haired musician board I post on. I couldnt find anything about it on google.
18 posted on 04/20/2004 8:41:52 AM PDT by Huck (In the Soviet Union, the Admin Moderators ruled.)
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To: truthandlife
What he's really saying: "I lied then. I spoke of it, but I was not under oath then... as I'm not now."
19 posted on 04/20/2004 8:42:10 AM PDT by theDentist (JOHN KERRY never saw a TAX he would not HIKE !)
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To: MizSterious; Huck
Well, well.....so clinton was not ALONE when he testified before the commission behind closed doors. That little mentioned fact jumped out at me too.

Since there was an earlier report that only half of the commissioners showed up for Condi's closed hearing, I wonder how many were there to hear clinton. Bob Kerrey seems remarkably uninformed. Did he attend, I wonder?

20 posted on 04/20/2004 8:42:17 AM PDT by Carolinamom
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To: truthandlife
It all depends on the definition of "facts."

And "weasel."
21 posted on 04/20/2004 8:44:34 AM PDT by Dr. Eckleburg (There are very few shades of gray.)
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To: truthandlife
Bubba does it almost as good as Fred Astaire.


22 posted on 04/20/2004 8:45:28 AM PDT by GalaxieFiveHundred
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To: truthandlife
"What the president said, he just didn't understand the facts of the question..."

A Rhodes Scholar not comprehending! Shock; utter dismay! / sarcasm

23 posted on 04/20/2004 8:45:40 AM PDT by paws_and_whiskers
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To: Carolinamom
I am trying to confirm that.
24 posted on 04/20/2004 8:46:57 AM PDT by Huck (In the Soviet Union, the Admin Moderators ruled.)
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To: truthandlife
Everything this Clinton-miscreant does is inappropriate.
25 posted on 04/20/2004 8:49:00 AM PDT by onedoug
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To: Huck
Found this quote:


During his interview with the 9/11 Commission, Clinton was accompanied by longtime aide and former White House counsel Bruce "the consigliere" Lindsey, along with former national security advisor Sandy Berger, who insisted in sworn testimony before Congress in Sept. 2002 that there was never any offer from Sudanese officials to turn over bin Laden to the U.S.

from Newsmax, Clinton: My Bin Laden Confession Was 'Inappropriate'


Newsmax seems to be the only news source where that info showed up. Just an oversight, I'm sure, by the major media.
26 posted on 04/20/2004 8:53:53 AM PDT by TomGuy (Clintonites have such good hind-sight because they had their heads up their hind-ends 8 years.)
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To: truthandlife
CLINTON: Well, it's interesting now, you know, that I would be asked that question because, at the time, a lot of people thought I was too obsessed with Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda.

"I was too obsessed with Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda."
If this was a fact, why in the heck didn't El Slicko take him into custody?

LEGACY BUILDING AFTER THE FACT.

27 posted on 04/20/2004 8:54:07 AM PDT by Arrowhead1952 (I don't know how any Christian can go to church on Sunday and vote for a democrat on Tuesday.)
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To: TomGuy
Nothing against Newsmax, but I am hoping to find SOME major outlet to confirm. :-/
28 posted on 04/20/2004 8:54:56 AM PDT by Huck (In the Soviet Union, the Admin Moderators ruled.)
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To: truthandlife
They must have used the word "IS" when they asked Clinton the question.
29 posted on 04/20/2004 8:56:32 AM PDT by CougarGA7 (The new and improved CougarGA7.....firing for range, not effect.)
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To: Arrowhead1952
why in the heck didn't El Slicko take him into custody?

I think Algore answered this question already: "No controlling legal authority".

No way to veryify this, but I'm relatively certain that more lies were told during the 8 long, miserable years of Clintoonism than in all the rest of world history combined.

30 posted on 04/20/2004 8:58:33 AM PDT by TheGrimReaper (o)(o)
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To: Baynative
"When Hennen told Kerrey that Clinton's comments were on audiotape, the Nebraska Democrat asked for a copy - apparently unaware that the 9/11 Commission already has them on videotape."
How much time? How many staffers? How many assistants? HOW MUCH MONEY?


As usual, the commission proves itself to be ; useless, inept, incompetent, incoherent, incapable, inane......
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One batch of poltical weasels passing judgement on the ability of several other batches to "connect the dots". It would be hilarious, except that it's "your tax dollars at work", and the result will be dumped into the media megaphone of irrelevant noise masking as news.

Another case of, "When the blind lead the blind, everyone will end up in the ditch".
31 posted on 04/20/2004 8:58:45 AM PDT by Blue_Ridge_Mtn_Geek
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To: Huck
Let's see, Kerry is supposed to be finding out why the US was attacked, and he has not BOTHERED to read transcripts, hasn't viewed a video tape...wasn't aware they even HAD the video tape...YEAH RIGHT!!!!!

Kerry's answers are inapproriate.
32 posted on 04/20/2004 9:00:24 AM PDT by Moby Grape
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To: truthandlife
As important as continued Clinton lies and spin, this adds to the perception of the 9-11 commission being too partisan and unfair. Kerrey was caught in a lie (his claim he didn't know about the Clinton comments), but Kerrey is just one of many Senators who refused to even look at the evidence against Clinton during the Clinton impeachment trial. Though Kerrey pretends to be non-partisan, it is quite clear, and now proven, that he is just as biased as all the other Democrats on the commission, thereby destroying any concept of simply looking for truth in order to forestall future terrorists. Kerrey, Gorelick, bin Vaniste and Romer are all discredited, along with Kean.
33 posted on 04/20/2004 9:01:29 AM PDT by Morgan in Denver
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To: onedoug
Guess that would make an appropriate tombstone reading! Here lies Mr. INAPPROPRIATE!
34 posted on 04/20/2004 9:02:15 AM PDT by princess leah
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To: truthandlife
In a closed-door meeting with the 9/11 Commission on April 8, ex-President Bill Clinton said that his admission to a Long Island business group two years ago that he turned down Sudan's offer to arrest Osama bin Laden was "inappropriate," according to 9/11 Commissioner Bob Kerrey.

What a laugh riot! His whole administration was inappropriate! Where's the apology for that...

35 posted on 04/20/2004 9:03:12 AM PDT by wingster
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To: truthandlife
LOL, His entire 8 years as POTUS was inappropriate.
36 posted on 04/20/2004 9:03:44 AM PDT by Lockbar
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To: truthandlife
I doubt Clinton was under oath for this testimony. Not that it matters so much to him, just that he might have to parse words more if under oath.
37 posted on 04/20/2004 9:03:54 AM PDT by dennisw (GD is against Amalek for all generations)
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To: Eric in the Ozarks
Was he lying then ? Is he lying now ?

With Clinton, when you have two statements that directly contradict each other...chances are excellent that both are in fact lies.

38 posted on 04/20/2004 9:04:28 AM PDT by blanknoone (Imagine if we had FR, talk radio and Fox during the Tet offensive...how different history would be..)
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To: truthandlife
" ... ex-President Bill Clinton said that his admission ... that he turned down Sudan's offer to arrest Osama bin Laden was "inappropriate, ... "

So is,
"F*** you, pig!", to a cop ... but you're still going to jail and may fall down some stairs.

x42 insists on being a piece of $h!t.

39 posted on 04/20/2004 9:04:48 AM PDT by knarf (A place where anyone can learn anything ... especially that which promotes clear thinking.)
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To: JeeperFreeper
LOL...you made me laugh. Thanks I needed that!
40 posted on 04/20/2004 9:06:39 AM PDT by Lion in Winter (I ain't no pussy cat... don't mess with me... ya hear! GRRRRRRrrr)
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To: TheGrimReaper
No way to veryify this, but I'm relatively certain that more lies were told during the 8 long, miserable years of Clintoonism than in all the rest of world history combined.

The problem with this statement is, the DUmmy crowd believes everything Slicko ever said or ever will say. Lie or not, they have no interest in facts.

41 posted on 04/20/2004 9:08:19 AM PDT by Arrowhead1952 (I don't know how any Christian can go to church on Sunday and vote for a democrat on Tuesday.)
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To: Huck
How about Time magazine?


It's a disservice to history that Clinton's four hours of testimony on April 8 went unrecorded—and that the commission has offered the same cloak of secrecy to Bush—but sources close to the panel briefed TIME on the session. One commissioner described the atmosphere in the SKIF as "clearly not hostile." Clinton brought along Sandy Berger, his affable National Security Adviser, and Bruce Lindsey, his longtime friend and White House consigliere. The former President offered to stay "as long as any of you want," according to commission chairman Thomas Kean, a Republican, who wouldn't reveal anything else Clinton said.

from Did Clinton Do Enough?
42 posted on 04/20/2004 9:09:12 AM PDT by TomGuy (Clintonites have such good hind-sight because they had their heads up their hind-ends 8 years.)
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To: truthandlife
'Inappropriate'

That says it all. Sums up the entire Clinton Administration as well as the his "post presidency". What a total effin' schmuck.
43 posted on 04/20/2004 9:09:13 AM PDT by Lonesome in Massachussets (Uday and Qusay are ead-day)
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To: truthandlife
Typical Clinton spin, "I had in inappropriate relationship with that woman." Wasn't that what he said?
44 posted on 04/20/2004 9:13:26 AM PDT by Eva
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To: TomGuy
Very good. Thanks!
45 posted on 04/20/2004 9:14:15 AM PDT by Huck (In the Soviet Union, the Admin Moderators ruled.)
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To: wingster
In 1992 in the Dem primary campaign Kerrey dropped out after the press corps led by Chris Matthews had a public fit after Kerrey told a lesbian joke on the press plane. Matthews had already heard Klinton tell the same joke and Kerry probably heard it from ol' slick too. Kerrey was pretty bitter for quite some time.
46 posted on 04/20/2004 9:15:06 AM PDT by Poincare
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To: Huck
What do you mean by the word "alone"?
47 posted on 04/20/2004 9:15:09 AM PDT by TomEwall
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To: truthandlife
Hey now wait a minute here. Clinton names names, places, staffers, DOJ discussion, and such. This was not some inside his own head lie. Since when does a guy lie by referencing everyone around him. This runs contrary to Clinton's own lying rules, that being never complicate a lie by explaining it or mixing it with truth.
48 posted on 04/20/2004 9:18:42 AM PDT by blackdog (I feed the sheep the coyotes eat)
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To: truthandlife
"What the president said, he just didn't understand the facts of the question,"

A man who can parse the meaning of the word "is" can't tell me he just didn't understand the question.

Lying weasel had an "inappropriate" relationship with "that woman", too.

49 posted on 04/20/2004 9:19:41 AM PDT by mombonn
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To: TomGuy
You should see the liberals on the musician board reacting to this: but but but...

LOL

50 posted on 04/20/2004 9:20:52 AM PDT by Huck (In the Soviet Union, the Admin Moderators ruled.)
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