Skip to comments.Bubba's blame game
Posted on 04/20/2010 3:14:00 AM PDT by ScanianEdited on 04/20/2010 5:08:33 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Bill Clinton's shamelessness no longer surprises, but it sure is -- well, shameless.
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CNN was so happy to give him a forum. There was Woof Blitzed sitting there mesmerized.
“Funny, though: McVeigh never cited talk-show hosts as inspiration. Rather, he pointed a finger at Clinton’s own administration.”
Clinton - here he goes again with his ego defense mechanisms. Just like obama, he has to throw himself out there in the public’s face all the time. He’s in denial that McVeigh’s motivation was all about him, and he’s displacing the blame on Rush and others. So childish and embarrassing.
I have news for Clinton, Obama, the Dems and the lap dog lefty media:
You can try your little coy game of denigrating people with your comments about the Tea Parties, McVey, etc, but its not going to work. You are not going to convince common sense Americans that they should be ashamed of their anger toward this repulsive side show currently calling the shots in D.C. You will hear from all of us come this November. Its not personal...its strictly business.
this buffoon pardoned terrorists to get his wife elected Senator and he’s lecturing the Tea Party people about violence?
Hes in denial that McVeighs motivation was all about him
You can always tell immediately when you recite the truth around Clinton (even with the media), he turns red and starts wagging his finger. It's a dead giveaway. He does that when he's lying in reply or covering a perceived obvious implication.
It was sickening to watch that POS President wag his finger at us all one more time. The last time he did that he was lying on national TV to everyone about poking Lewinsky.
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