Skip to comments.'Clinton women' set to join forces (Gennifer Flowers and Paula Jones)
Posted on 06/09/2008 7:48:07 PM PDT by HAL9000
Gennifer Flowers and Paula Jones are teaming up on a Web site to remind Bill Clinton they're still around.
They met recently while appearing together on Geraldo Rivera's Fox show "and really hit it off 'cause we had so much in common," Flowers, Clinton's former mistress, said in an e-mail on Friday.
Both have been "vilified" over the years, Flowers said, and "we have both agreed that it's a shame that more of the 'Clinton Women' didn't get together long ago. There could have been strength in numbers! For now, it's me and Paula."
The Web site address is: www.genniferandpaula.com
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i wouldn’t pay them $1.99 even if they showed their $%tties.
All the stadiums were booked.
Ummm....$1.99 per ummm, episode?
Great. Just Great. (extreme s/).
Pay per conversation. That’s different. This site will be up about a week.
Yikes! Hell hath no fury, like women scorned.
They're showing the truth about Clinton and the dems and dem lies about it being "just sex" rather than "just sexual harassments"... - that's a lot...
They met recently while appearing together on Geraldo Rivera’s Fox show “and really hit it off ‘cause we had so much in common,” Flowers, Clinton’s former mistress, said in an e-mail on Friday.
Take a look at what you can pay $1.99
Chatting about the Presidents penis ... .
Anything for attention and $$$ ... hmmm what did he say about trailer trash?
Too late ladies,
The Clintoons are over.
I'd pay them $1.99 not to.
why don’t these hussies just go bury their heads in the sand?......Paula, yes we all had sympathy for you until you decided to do the Playboy thing.....and Gennifer.....I’m not much in supporting women who carry on with married men.....
Well considering they both went into rooms with that man who had that reputation this website is open...http://www.ho.com/
Without them, Al Gore would be president today.
It’s a vast right wing conspiracy!
“other women” scorned
He didn’t attack Paula. A trooper brought her up to his room to meet the governor. He whipped it out but she wouldn’t perform you know what for him, so he began playing with it.
Flowers had a 12-year affair. Even when he finally had to admit it under oath, he lied. He swore under oath it was a one night stand.
What do they have in common? Besides Presidue?
You don't want to see those t!tt!es. Guaranteed. They ain't nothing like when Billy Boy was playing with them.
But just 'cause I'm a nice guy, here's a photo of Gennifer airing her, ummm, political opinion:
See what I mean?
You don't want to go there.
is she european?
The listing will need lots of pictures, of course.
Billie Blob Slick, it's just waiting to happen.
What a fine legacy you have left the American Public!
They should get Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Monica.
The Clinton’s were wrong. You only had to drag $1.99 through the trailer park, not a hundred.
10 years too late
Jones, who settled her suit with Clinton for $850,000, now claims that she was victimized by both Clinton and his Republican opponents. She has since appeared nude in Penthouse and Playboy.
Shame on who see post 29.........would you rather “attention ho”
You are mistaken. I have never called them that.
Shame on you for distorting the history of Paula Jones. She was a state employee escorted while on duty to a room, without explanation, by a state policeman,also on duty, in a hotel hosting a legitimate governmental function in which all three parties had legitimate government functions.
Shame on you!
So you are saying she didn’t capitalize on the horrible thing that happened to her by posing in mens magazines?
someone grab all segments and at least distribute the audio to Freepers who want it.
Surely you do not think that Paula Jones' right to be left alone has anything to do with her dating history, the depth of her bust line, the height of her skirt, whether or not she was wearing a veil or a burqa, whether she was fat or skinny, attractive or ugly , or, (gasp!) whether she liked sex She has her rights, by God, and they are not dependent upon anybody's judgment of her subsequent conduct including is the display of her charms in Playboy.
Now, why do I take the trouble go through all this? Because this is not about the virtue of Paula Jones. The "sluts and nuts" attack on Paula Jones stands decent respect for women on its head. The issue is bigger than this. The issue is all about the Constitution, all about law, all about elections, all about history, all about conservatism. Are you going to fall for the liberal bait? Here is a vanity I wrote a long time ago, I wish you would read it:
From High-Tech Lynching to Impeachment
Someday historians will acknowledge the direct causal relationship between the near high tech lynching of Clarence Thomas and the impeachment of Bill Clinton.
eBay Liberal partisans such as Nina Totenberg, disguised as reporters, contrived as feminists to enrage much of the world against Clarence Thomas for alleged offenses which, in the wake of Clinton's sordid grotesqueries and felonies committed during the Monica Lewinsky affair, can only be considered trivial. What exactly did Thomas do to Anita Hill?
She testified for the first time years after the alleged facts, that he (1) exclaimed that there was a "pubic hair" on his coke can and that he (2) had seen the movie Long Dong Silver. She also alleged that Thomas repeatedly (3) asked her out, (4) bragged of his sexual prowess, and (5) said that he had satisfied women with oral sex.
What Bill Clinton did a couple of years later was so egregious that it renders these unsubstantiated allegations merely frivolous, a fey neuroses of a bizarre era: Bill Clinton, in contrast to Thomas, sodomized a young intern in the Oval Office with a cigar and masturbated into the presidential sink; Bill Clinton repeatedly talked dirty to his young intern over the telephone while they mutually masturbated ; Bill Clinton suffered his young intern to fellate him while she was crouched under the presidential desk. I wonder what Nina Totenberg's reaction would have been had she learned that Bill Clinton had committed the atrocity of asking Monica Lewinsky out on a formal date?
Liberals say that the matter was all about redressing the imbalance of the power relationship between men and women, between master and servant, and between boss and employee. Of course, the relationship of Clinton and Lewinsky fit this template perfectly. But the Clintons did not stop there, they tag-teamed women who complained of sexual mistreatment (even actual assaults) by Bill Clinton and compounded his original crimes. Gennifer Flowers was made to lie publicly to protect Bill Clinton, to sign a perjurious affidavit denying their relationship, and suffered her apartment to be ransacked. Kathleen Willey was intimidated professionally by ominous strangers. Juanita Broderick was admonished by Hillary Clinton, the implication clear that Broderick was to remain silent about her rape by Bill Clinton. Those women whose silence and lies could not be assured by intimidation were vilified, publicly humiliated, and discredited as "sluts and nuts".
There are other such examples that make anyone who has even the most cavalier concern for women's rights righteously indignant. The Nina Totenberg's of the world never turned a hair.
It is hard to believe how the liberals succeeded with the Thomas hearings in convulsing a nation over these frivolous charges which were very likely untrue, explicitly denied, and otherwise uncorroborated. For three days the nation sat transfixed before its television sets absorbing a drama played out in the judiciary committee of the United States Senate.
As a result of these proceedings it is possible, if not likely, that four leftist women were added to the United States Senate as Democrats: Murray, Moseley Braun, Mikulski, Feinstein, and Boxer. Indeed, 1992, the year following the hearings, became known as the "Year of the Woman." The ripple effect from these proceedings extended beyond politics and beached again in the judiciary as Bill Clinton appointed to the Supreme Court an extreme feminist, an arch advocate for the ACLU, and, in my view, a bloodthirsty abortionist, Ruth Bader Ginsburg,
It is not a stretch to assert that the election of Bill Clinton was clearly advanced by the contrived hysteria surrounding the Clarence Thomas hearings. Clinton's famous sales pitch, "vote for me and you get her-two for the price of one", referring to Hillary Rodham-Clinton, was simply echoing the drumbeating on behalf of Clinton and Rodham by the mainstream media press who had dubbed Hillary to be, "the smartest woman in the world" in the run-up to The Year of the Woman. Polls taken during the course of the hearings of Americans who actually watched the proceedings on television and drew their conclusions from what they saw, revealed that Americans believed Clarence Thomas and did not believe Anita Hill. Polls taken months and years later, after the mainstream media had its relentless way with the public, reflected precisely the opposite sentiment.
After Clinton attained the White House, and a coalition of Democrats passed The Violence against Women Act over the opposition of minority Republicans. That pernicious statute federalized domestic violence and distorted our precious presumption of innocence. If there is a saying of the law, "hard cases make bad law", surely there is a corollary, "mass psychosis makes for bad laws." Even the ACLU was led to criticize the excesses of the statute.
The Clintons and the Democrats shamelessly exploited the feminist pathology as the national psychosis played out in the Clarence Thomas hearings. They rode it into the White House. But irony had yet a card to play. In addition to the Violence Against Women Act, the Democrats contrived a law which made admissible into evidence alleged incidences of sexual-harassment which a defendant in such a lawsuit might have previously engaged in against a third unrelated party. The theory behind the law: once a cad always a cad; so evidence of bad behavior on one day is proof of bad behavior on another day. Bill Clinton signed this bill into law. With the stroke of his own pen, Bill Clinton ensured that his sexual peccadilloes against Kathleen Willey, Gennifer Flowers, and especially, Monica Lewinsky would become the stuff of Paula Jones' lawsuit.
When the Monica Lewinsky scandal erupted, I was struck by the dichotomy between the reactions of folks here in Germany and back home in America. Later, I was to be struck by a similar dichotomy in reaction to the invasion of Iraq. The unanimity of opinion in Germany was striking. Germans simply could not believe America had lost its mind over a trivial matter like sex and they certainly could not believe that the world's only superpower would overthrow its government over a few bumps and tickles. Ultimately, the German view would come to prevail in America and the case in impeachment against Bill Clinton would not lie in the Senate. The assault on Clarence Thomas also failed, but no one ever said he got even any bumps or tickles in compensation for his ordeal. To the contrary and unto this day he is denied by the left even the decency of an acknowledgment that he has conducted himself utterly free of taint. Justice Thomas' only compensation would be the quiet inner satisfaction that comes from a righteous life, a "Normal Christian Life,"
I did not share the German view then and I do not hold it now. I believe that Bill Clinton committed high crimes and misdemeanors in trying to fix a civil trial (for money and reputation), that he conspired to fix a court case (with Monica Lewinsky, Betty Currie), that in furtherance of that conspiracy he suborned perjury (of Monica Lewinsky, Betty Currie), conspired to hide evidence, hid evidence (gifts hidden under the bed), and actually committed perjury (too notorious to require recounting). These were all felonies and as such they qualify as "high crimes and misdemeanors" under the constitutional standard for impeaching a president. Further, the president is the chief law enforcement officer in the land and by committing a string of felonies he breached his constitutional duty to see to the faithful execution of the laws-which misfeasance constitutes additional impeachable offenses. One need only consider the brouhaha over the alleged misrepresentations to Congress of Attorney General Gonzales, or the ordeal of Scooter Libby, to understand the gravity of the real offenses committed by Clinton.
As the Lewinsky impeachment drama played out and it became apparent that Slick would slither around impeachment, those of us who had a memory span larger than a gnat and so recalled the hysteria of the Clarence Thomas hearings, were utterly dumbfounded. I can recall explaining to my German friends and neighbors that the Monica Lewinsky affair was not just about sex but about the very real and important felonies I have described. One could tell from the expression on their faces that they had never heard this information before yet they received it quite skeptically even begrudgingly. I challenge any reader to lay out Bill Clintons crimes to your apolitical American friends and neighbors. I bet you will get the same reaction today of surprise, indifference, and even hostility from most Americans. Like the vines of Angkor Wat, time has shrouded Clinton's crimes.
It is a sure bet that few of them will remember the Clarence Thomas hearings, their context and aftermath, much less will they be aware of the chain of causation which led from the near high tech lynching of Clarence Thomas to the impeachment of William Jefferson Clinton.