Skip to comments.(not just Obama) See the video discussion of Bill Clinton and his cocaine use...his head itched
Posted on 11/21/2007 3:49:24 PM PST by doug from upland
WATCH THE CLINTON COCAINE DISCUSSION
So, Barrack Obama admits cocaine use. There is plenty of evidence of Bill Clinton's cocaine use --- BUT HE WOULD NEVER ADMIT IT. He used it while he was a public official.
This would be a fun thread to bring in your Bill Clinton cocaine links.
So may links, so little time.
My McAfee Security is uncomfortable with these links.
Are you sure they’re OK?
Thanks . . .
I played the link. It is from Media Research Center. I think it’s okay.
Here is something else if you folks have not read it:
BILL CLINTON’s MILITARY CAREER
Bill Clinton registers for the draft on September 8, 1964, accepting all contractual conditions of registering for the draft. Selective Service Number is 3 26 46 228.
Bill Clinton classified 2-S on November 17, 1964.
Bill Clinton reclassified 1-A on March 20, 1968.
Bill Clinton ordered to report for induction on July 28, 1969.
Bill Clinton refuses to report and is not inducted into the military.
Bill Clinton reclassified 1-D after enlisting in the United States Army Reserves on August 7, 1969, under authority of COL. E. Holmes.
Clinton signs enlistment papers and takes oath of enlistment. Bill Clinton fails to report to his duty station a t the University of Arkansas ROTC, September 1969.
Bill Clinton reclassified 1- A on October 30, 1969, as enlistment with Army Reserves is revoked by Colonel E. Holmes and Clinton now AWOL and subject to arrest under Public Law 90-40 (2)(a) registrant who has failed to report...remain liable for induction.
Bill Clinton’s birth date lottery number is 311, drawn December 1, 1969, but anyone who has already been ordered to report for induction is INELIGIBLE!
Bill Clinton runs for Congress (1974), while a fugitive from justice under Public Law 90-40.
Bill Clinton runs for Arkansas Attorney General (1976), while a fugitive from justice.
Bill Clinton receives pardon on January 21, 1977, from President Carter.
Bill Clinton becomes the FIRST PARDONED FEDERAL FELON ever to serve as President of the United States.
All these facts come from Freedom of Information requests, public laws, and various books that have been published, and have not been refuted by Clinton.
After the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, President Clinton promised that those responsible would be hunted down and punished.
After the 1995 bombing in Saudi Arabia, which killed five U. S. military personnel, Clinton promised that those responsible would be hunted down and punished.
After the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia, which killed 19 and injured 200 U.S. military personnel, Clinton promised that those responsible would be hunted down and punished.
After the 1998 bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, which killed 224 and injured 5,000 Clinton promised that those responsible would be hunted down and punished.
After the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole, which killed 17 and injured 39 U.S. sailors, Clinton promised that those responsible be hunted down and punished.
Maybe if Clinton had kept those promises, an estimated 3,000 people in New York and Washington, DC. who are now dead would be alive today.
THINK ABOUT IT ! It is a strange turn of events. Hillary gets $8 Million for her forthcoming memoir. Bill gets about $12 Million for his memoir yet to be written. This from two people who spent 8 years being unable to recall anything about past events while under oath.
Sincerely, Cdr. Hamilton McWhorter USN (ret)
P.S. Please forward this to as many people as you can!
We don’t want this woman for President!
What year was this picture taken of Clinton in Boca Raton, FL?
I know of someone who claimed to witness his cocaine use while he was President. He was the house guest of a golf professional down here, and the drug use happened during a private party.
By Christopher Ruddy
Now that the press has raised the "coke" question in their dogged pursuit of George W. Bush, questions about Bill Clinton's drug past are also fair game.
One area of inquiry for the news hounds at, let's say, the Washington Post, might be an incident that supposedly took place in the early 1980's when Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas.
Dr. Sam Houston, a respected Little Rock physician and once a doctor for Hillary's cantankerous father, Hugh Rodham, says it is well known in Little Rock medical circles that Clinton was brought to a Little Rock hospital for emergency treatment for an apparent cocaine overdose.
According to Houston, who told us he spoke to someone intimately familiar with the details of what happened that night, Clinton arrived at the hospital with the aid of a state trooper. Hillary Clinton had been notified by phone and had instructed the hospital staff that Clinton's personal physician would be arriving soon.
When Mrs. Clinton arrived, she told both of the resident physicians on duty that night that they would never again practice medicine in the United States if word leaked out about Clinton's drug problem. Reportedly, she pinned one of the doctors up against the wall, both hands pressed against his shoulders, as she gave her dire warning.
Like most tales that reflect poorly on Bill Clinton, the press has ignored any inquiry into this one. In 1996, however, columnist R. Emmett Tyrrell located and telephoned one of the nurses who had been on duty the night Bill Clinton was brought into the emergency room. According to Tyrrell, the nurse didn't deny the story, but said she couldn't talk about it because she could lose her job. Welcome to Arkansas.
The following is a VIDEO clip excerpt from the Clinton Chronicles where Dr. Samuel Houston comments regarding the above cocaine use by Bill Clinton. As follows:
"Dr. Suen, S-U-E-N, a doctor at the medical center here in Little Rock that's taken care of Bill Clinton for his sinus problems, which may indeed be drug related to cocaine use, as they destroy the sinus passages. Governor Bill Clinton was taken into the hospital, I believe it was the medical center, on at least one or two occasions, for cocaine abuse and overdosage, in which he actually had to be cared for at the hospital."
END OF TRANSCRIPT
The following is continued transcripts from the Clinton Chronicles:
"SHARLINE WILSON: I lived in Little Rock, Arkansas, O.K.? And I worked at a club called Le Bistro's, and I met Roger Clinton there, Governor Bill Clinton, a couple of his state troopers that went with him wherever he went. Roger Clinton had come up to me and he had asked me could I give him some coke, you know, and asked for my one-hitter, which a one-hitter is a very small silver device, O.K., that you stick up into your nose and you just squeeze it and a snort of cocaine will go up in there. And I watched Roger hand what I had given him to Governor Clinton, and he just kind of turned around and walked off. And that's one specific."
....SHARLINE WILSON: "It led to toga parties, and if you're not sure on what a toga party is - I've had to clarify this in the past - a toga party is where you wrap yourself in a sheet -- most of the time (laugh). The people at the toga parties were Governor Clinton, now President Clinton, Attorney General Steve Clark - O.K., he was there a few times - members of the Arkansas State Police, you know, along with Roger and, you know, other people.
They began to dance around, do the cocaine in one room, have sex in another room, 'cause in the Coachman's Inn the rooms were adjoining, you know. And to be quite truthful, you end up with somebody in particular and you, nine times out of ten, end up having sex. And there was cocaine there I know; I'm the one that made sure it was there.
JOHN BROWN: I talked to the manager, the assistant manager for the apartment complex where Roger Clinton used to live. They've all said Bill Clinton did drugs; they saw him. I've talked to a lot of other people who have all, just like the people at the apartment complex, said, "Hey, John, get us to a Congressional hearing. Yes, we'll sign sworn affidavits." These people want to be sure when they come forward that something's done about it because they fear for their lives. But they really want the truth to get out.
SHARLINE WILSON: I was there, coming there with Roger one night, and back in the back part of the mansion there, there's kind of like a living quarters type thing. And we would all get together out there and do cocaine, you know.
And, no, Mrs. Clinton wasn't there at the time."
The following partial transcript is from The Secret Life of Bill Clinton:
"The federal probe into Saline County corruption was still running, so Duffey was able to continue her crusade vicariously by offering her witnesses to the U.S. Attorney's Office. On the afternoon of December 10, 1990, her best informant, Sharlene Wilson, walked into the U.S. District Court in Little Rock and blurted out in front of an astonished grand jury that she had provided cocaine to Bill Clinton at Le Bistro nightclub during his first term as governor.
It had no criminal implications for Clinton because the statute of limitations had passed long before. But matters were clearly getting out of hand. Within days the federal investigation was closed down. U.S. Attorney Charles Banks went into full cover-up mode. He was a Republican appointee but that meant nothing in Arkansas. What mattered were the interlocking relationships of power. Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert Govar was pulled off the case.
A month later Sharlene Wilson contacted Duffey in a desperate panic and arranged a surreptitious meeting at Lake Catherine on January 7, 1991. It was then that she revealed what she had blurted out in a moment of misguided candor at the grand jury.
"She was terrified. She said her house was being watched and she'd made a big mistake," said Duffey. "That was when she told me she'd testified about seeing Bill Clinton get so high on cocaine he fell into a garbage can...I have no doubt she was telling the truth." Duffey has provided me with her contemporaneous diaries recording the conversation."
...."She[Patty-Anne Smith] had moved fifteen times, tormented by her nightmares, too frightened to venture near Little Rock. "I knew a lot more than I should have known. I was there in the apartment at 12B when Dan did his business dealings. I'd be coming and going with champagne, and I'd hear the conversations," she said. That was how she learned that Lasater was mixed up with the Contra supply operation in Nicaragua. "I didn't think anything of it at the time. Then all that stuff broke in the news later, and I thought 'wow.' "
The Clinton brothers were part of the scene. "I met Bill Clinton several times, he'd know my name and I thought he was a wonderful person, but I can tell you that he was never acting like a governor when I saw him." She claims to have witnesssed him taking cocaine on two or three occasions, although only one of them stands out in her memory. It was late at night, around one in the morning, in a room off the kitchen in Lasater's residence. The only people present were Patty-Anne, Lasater, and Bill Clinton. "He was doing a line. It was just there on the table."
Given the circumstances, that allegation is, obviously, impossible to verify, but Patty-Anne's general testimony was used in 1986 by federal authorities to help convict Dan Lasater of "social distribution of cocaine."
NOTE: years ago, I spoke with Dr. Sam Houston. He finally returned my call after 10 tries. He was very uncomfortable talking about Clinton and cocaine. Although he would not let me quote him, I gave him the opportunity to deny the charges that were being made. He would not deny them.
I’ll have to do a search to find the year. My guest is mid-1980s.
"Bill, Ralph and I flew back to the hotel at light speed. As the valet took the keys, Bill darted upstairs to check on Hillary. She was fast asleep. Not one to miss an opportunity, Bill realized he could stay out a little while longer with the boys. The Boca Raton Resort had several bars which were first class and full of patrons.
With the conference being over, Bill felt a little more at ease in the hotel, not fearing being seen drunk or womanizing by any of the other governors. We met a couple of people in the bar and Bill stepped out for a few minutes, long enough for me to become concerned. As I went to look for him, I first checked the bathroom. I called his name but got no answer. Just as I was about to leave, I saw his number 13s protruding from under one of the stalls. "Bill, are you okay?" I asked, knowing there couldn't be another foot that big in Boca Raton. "Yeah, yeah, L.D., these damned sinuses are killing me!" As I retreated to the bar, I realized what was going on. You see, Bill knew that with my prior experiences in drug enforcement I didn't tolerate illicit drug use -- particularly 'nose candy.' I didn't care what he did in private regarding coke, but he knew not to try to use it while we were out making our way through bars in his quest for women. Cocaine would figure into our relationship later on and eventually contributed to the ruination of our friendship.
I think Bill became a little spooked after the bathroom incident, so we decided to take our drinks upstairs. We all three retired to my room where Ralph mixed a nightcap. We had a great night and I decided to take a few snapshots. Bill was zonked and that candy must have been flavorful. I sure hope this photo can be reproduced in color for this book (on the rear cover)."
Yes, he is.
(Wow, this was in the Dartmouth Review)
An Interview With Gennifer Flowers: On First Indiscretions
By J. Ryan Gilfoil | Wednesday, February 4, 1998
Editor’s Note: This interview was conducted in June of 1995, following the publication of Ms. Flowers’s book on her relationship with President Clinton and the ensuing public revelations.
Review: How was your affair with Bill Clinton made public?
Flowers: The story was made public through a lawsuit by Larry Nichols in Arkansas back during Bill’s last gubernatorial election. Then Nichols put out a press release that listed five women, and my name was among them, and that’s how it became public in the first place.
Review: Then reporters came digging?
Flowers: That was after he had decided to run for President. That’s when it became national news. See, the local media didn’t do much about it. They did a little fourth-of-a-column in the newspaper.
Review: Did they not print the full story because of Bill’s power in the town?
Flowers: Definitely. Sure, sure it was.
Review: You released tape recorded telephone conversations between you and Bill Clinton in which he tells you to lie to reporters about your affair or to blame Republicans for starting these rumors. Could you elaborate on how Clinton instructed you to cover this up?
Flowers: That was his whole theory if we stick together and deny it, everything will be okay. I was really more concerned about it than he was, but he just felt if everybody went on record denying it, he could keep the story covered up. Obviously it didn’t work. I think it was because he felt so bulletproof in Arkansas and was able to cover up things, since he was the power over everything. He was surprised at the power of the national media, and how he wasn’t ultimately able to cover things up like he had been before.
Review: Gary Johnson, your neighbor in the Quapaw Towers in Arkansas, said he had a videotape of Bill Clinton entering your apartment. He was beaten nearly to death, and the tape was allegedly stolen. Do you suspect that Bill Clinton might have been involved?
Flowers: I sure do. Gary Johnson let it be known that he had the videotape. I know he had the video camera mounted, and I know he had the opportunity. I find it very odd that all of the sudden two people come in and try to beat him to death when he lets it be known in town that he has the video. I think it’s very likely that Bill’s people had something to do with it. Who else would do it? Who else would want to kill the man for a videotape?
Review: You allege that Bill Clinton helped you secure a state job in Arkansas. How did he help you?
Flowers: He didn’t help me. He got it. You can say ‘help,’ but he didn’t ask ‘please,’ he got [me] the job. He called a guy named Don Barnes who was the head of the Board of Review agency for the state. Clinton had appointed Don Barnes to head that agency.
So Clinton had one of his people research what positions were available. And then he called Don Barnes when he found that one was available, and they had to go through some of the hiring process just to make it look like [normal hiring procedure].
Then they went through the interview process, and I got the job. There was a grievance filed by Charlette Perry, and she won the ruling of the ten people on the grievance committee. She was supposed to get my job, but Don Barnes had the veto power, so he just vetoed it. I called Bill and said, ‘You know, I’m really concerned about the questions they were asking me about how I got the job.’ He said, ‘Well, don’t worry about it. Barnes has the veto power, and he’ll take care of it.’ So that was it.
Review: Some of Clinton’s state troopers verified that he had been to your apartment frequently. Has anyone else corroborated your story?
Flowers: My tapes are verification of a relationship, and they’ve been verified by one of the top labs in the country as never having been edited or tampered with in any way. Also, two L.A. Times reporters, in the course of their investigation of the trooper story, got Bill’s phone records and tracked them back to me to 1977.
Review: What made you decide to be so forthright in describing in your book the intimate details of your sexual activities with Bill Clinton?
Flowers: You’re much younger than I am. I’m a sexually liberated woman that earned that liberation. I am very proud of the fact that I feel comfortable in certain forums discussing sex. We had sex together, and I felt that to have left out the sexual nature of the relationship would have been pretty hypocritical. Going into detail about it was something that I tremendously enjoyed. It was nice to relive in my memory some of that.
The abortion issue was not something that I brought up, but it was discovered. I was questioned about it in circumstances where I was supposed to be completely honest and open in the interview process in Penthouse. When it was asked of me, I confirmed that, yes, I had an abortion, and the baby was his. I hadn’t chosen to bring that up because it was such a sensitive subject for my mother, who is a Catholic.
I think it’s a woman’s right to make that choice. I’m not ashamed of making that choice. To have left that out of the book would have been pretty obvious since it had been talked about so often.
Review: You described Bill and Hillary as having an agreement to extramarital affairs. Could you elaborate?
Flowers: All I know is what Bill told me. I never knew anything about that as fact. However, I had no reason to doubt what he told me. He obviously knew, and it just didn’t bother him. He thought it was funny. He was very casual about it. I was the one that was concerned.
Review: Was Hillary’s affair with a man or a woman?
Flowers: A woman.
Review: In your book you described Bill Clinton smoking marijuana with you on a number of occasions and even describing his own cocaine use.
Flowers: Well, he described what it did to him when he used it [cocaine]. He didn’t use it around me. He laughed and said that if I wanted to do it, he could get some. And he laughed and said that when he did cocaine it made his scalp itch really badly, and that he felt like a goofball because he walked around wanting to scratch his head like Gomer Pyle.
Review: What did you think of the Clintons’ appearance on 60 Minutes, in which Bill Clinton denied having an affair?
Flowers: Well, I didn’t expect Bill to tell the truth about our relationship. I was appalled to hear that they [60 Minutes] could have edited that show either way one was the way that we saw it, which helped his campaign and got him elected to the Presidency and the other way would have put him back in New Hampshire looking for votes.
Now, I do not believe that 60 Minutes tried to get at the truth of the matter. They knew what kind of ratings they were going to get at the Superbowl with Bill and Hillary Clinton on, after my story had become public. It was all a game of ratings. It wasn’t about the truth, and I think in that respect they did the American public a disservice.
The American public has a right to know various things a lot of things about a person who wants to become our President. For a show that is supposed to practice responsible journalism to allow something like that to happen, I think is a travesty. I think it’s an insult to the American public. I think 60 Minutes should be ashamed of itself. Bill and Hillary sat up there and lied to save their *sses. Okay, that’s bad enough but it was worse that 60 Minutes, for the ratings, which translates into money and power, after all, allowed that story to come out as it did, without trying to get to the bottom of the story and the facts. It was a joke.
Review: Do you think that Bill and Hillary are exploiting their relationship for political interests?
Flowers: Oh, sure they are. They’re still working as a team. Even if Bill had wanted to be honest about it if he had said, ‘I caused pain in my marriage with women’ it’s probably going to be really hard for you to campaign while you’re going through a divorce.
Hillary didn’t want to be humiliated in front of the nation. You know, she’s putting forth this image of independence, liberation, and integrity ha!
And in order to maintain this image she puts forth she didn’t need him to admit that he womanized. I think that if he had admitted to womanizing, he would have been a hero to the American public, because they would have thought, ‘We finally have a politician who can be honest with us. If Bill and Hillary can put it behind them, we’ll allow that and go on.’
Review: What do you think of Hillary personally?
Flowers: I think it’s a shame that Hillary isn’t all that she claims to be. I would love to see a woman in the White House, a First Lady, be a liberated, independent-thinking woman with integrity.
But I feel that she has compromised her integrity on an ongoing basis for a number of years for this man. As far as her independence and liberation, that is just fine until it becomes inconvenient for his position, and she’s told to back off. So how truly independent can she be? She’ll be out there for a while, and when that becomes unpopular they’ll stick her in the background. She should say, ‘Look, you’re not sticking me in the background. This is what I believe, damn it and this is what I’m going to say.’ Her integrity and her independence are only there when it’s convenient, and when it’s not she has to compromise them and go back in the closet. I think they’re birds of a feather. I think one is just as bad as the other. I think that they’re going to do what it takes to stay in that office and to get back into that office. And whatever groups they have to sacrifice, and whatever people have to be sacrificed, so be it.
Review: Do you think Bill Clinton would allow physical harm to come to his enemies?
Flowers: Oh, I do. Indirectly. I don’t think Bill’s going to go out and do these things himself. But I think that indirectly he’s capable of doing a lot of things. His hands may be tied more now than ever before, because he’s in such a high-profile situation. I’m not calling Bill a murderer, but I’m just saying that I think he’s very capable of doing what it takes to accomplish what he needs.
Review: Do you think Bill Clinton is an appropriate representative of what America stands for?
Flowers: I don’t think Bill is a role model for anyone. There certainly are some accomplishments to Bill’s credit that could be considered worthy of a role model. Bill is basically a self-made man. Nobody gave him anything. He had very strong goals and ambitions and he was very determined. Obviously, Bill Clinton has accomplished the ultimate political goal.
But I think that character matters and I just don’t have any respect for him at this point on that basis. I think that not only should he have accomplished various things to be a role model to speak to your school, but I think that he should be an honest man with integrity as well.
I think that integrity and character and honesty matter in a role model. It matters in anyone, but if you are going to put yourself out there as a role model, then you have a lot of responsibility.
Don’t get me wrong. I know we’re all human and no one’s perfect, but you make choices you make a choice to be a teacher, you make a choice to want to be the President of the United States. In doing so you should realize the responsibility that goes with it in terms of being a role model.
For example, Jimmy Swaggert, Jim Bakker guys like that who are ultimate role models they devastate lives when they turn out to be less than they pretend. Bill Clinton is in the position of affecting all of our lives as American citizens.
I’d like to think that the man could be honest with us. But I think he’s going to be as honest as he needs to be until it becomes inconvenient.
Miss Deborah Orin...she was on our side.
Don’t forget to mention all the little girls that Bill and his buddy plied with coke and then took advantage of while Bill was governor.
Everyone needs to read this thread again and again.
Please God not 8 more years of the Clintons!
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