Skip to comments.Clinton Uses Anniversary of Oklahoma City Bombing to Attack Michelle Bachman
Posted on 04/16/2010 7:23:03 AM PDT by Behind Liberal Lines
Reprising his role from 1995, Bill Clinton is exploiting the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing to attack critics of big government for inciting violence, and in the process, he directly singled out comments from Michele Bachmann....
Clinton pointed to remarks like those made Thursday by Representative Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota Republican, who when speaking at a Tea Party rally in Washington characterized the Obama administration and Democratic Congress as the gangster government.
They are not gangsters, Mr. Clinton said. They were elected. They are not doing anything they were not elected to do.
Clinton's comments to the New York Times are part of a broader effort by the left to use the Oklahoma City bombing anniversary to accuse critics of the Obama administration of inciting violence. MSNBC plans a two-hour documentary hosted by Rachel Maddow based on interviews with Timothy McVeigh. "Fifteen years later," the show promo asks, "can McVeigh's words help us understand today's anti-government extremists?"
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“MSNBC plans a two-hour documentary hosted by Rachel Maddow based on interviews with Timothy McVeigh. “Fifteen years later,” the show promo asks, “can McVeigh’s words help us understand today’s anti-government extremists?”
IMO, they’re doing everything in their power to goad us into violence. They’ve got to find SOME way to stop the 2010 elections.
Hypocrites, crooks, liars all pointing fingers and they have no shame of how pathetic they look. And very few will call them on their outlandish behavior. Only in America
One would almost think that the regime is trying to generate enough of a perception of growing violence on the right that, come October, it may be necessary to suspend elections in the interest of domestic security.
Watch for the drumbeat to continue and grow. These a-holes aren’t the kind to acquiesce in their own demotion to minority party through the democratic process.
Um...I thought McVeigh was reacting to Waco, Mr. Clinton. You remember, Mr. Clinton, that thing that happened where you and your brilliant underlings sent tanks into a religious community and incinerated 80 innocent people, including children and babies?
Depends on what the meaning of is, is.
You forgot the picture of Elian.