Skip to comments.Disinvite Former President Bill Clinton From the DNC Convention Over His History of Abusing Women
Posted on 08/21/2012 5:23:21 AM PDT by lbryce
We petition the obama administration to: Disinvite Former President Bill Clinton From the DNC Convention Over His History of Abusing Women
In light of President Obama's comments at a White House press conference on Aug. 20, 2012, condemning rape and efforts at "qualifying forcible rape versus non-forcible rape," we the undersigned respectfully urge Pres. Obama to uphold his own standard of condemning sexual abuse of women by disinviting former Pres. Bill Clinton from the upcoming Democratic party convention. Mr. Clinton has a history of abusing women. He has been credibly accused of raping Juanita Broaddrick when he was Arkansas Attorney General, according to reports by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal. Mr. Clinton has been accused by numerous women of exposing himself and unwanted sexual touching when he was Governor and President. Mr. Clinton was disbarred for lying about his sexual assaults. He is unfit for the DNC.
Created: Aug 20, 2012 Issues: Women's Issues Learn about Petition Thresholds Signatures needed by September 19, 2012 to reach goal of 25,000 24,977 Total signatures on this petition 23
It's probably left-wing in concept, origin, some liberal plaything used to embarrass, ostracize people, they don't like for political reasons, as in this case probably some bunch of Democratic women who didn't like they way Bill Clinton harassed women literally at the drop of his pants but can't do a thing to him legally. I doubt that as former president some childish, petulant PEH-TISH-ON would actually have the power to prevent Bill Clinton from getting into the DNC
The best part of this liberal shenanigan is that you can start a petition on any subject, person and get it passed. Imagine getting enough votes to bar Vice President Joe Biden from using any bathroom facilities on US property. It's so dumb it could only spawn from the mind of Democrat, liberal mad-cow-disease-ravaged left-winger.
Dis-invite President Clinton from this year's DNC? LOL. He's going to arrive surrounded with a retinue of secret Service men and then as he enters the Convention hallway, who the heck is going to stop him? on what basis? grounds? It's just too damn funny.
Its the same time as Clinton speech
Billy Boy is a bimbo magnet... but Liberals don’t care.
Remember, character means absolutely NOTHING to them or they would NOT have nominated him in the first place.
Billy Boy’s failings were well known before he was nominated... and no one objected then.
Evita and Billy Boy are stupid and immeasurably base... but with the help of the MSM, none of this was publicizied as it invariably is, if a Conservative candidate is even one tenth as flawed.
But was it legitimate rape? Or was it rape-rape?
"Ah guess it depends on whutcher definition o' "rape" is..."
....everyone thinks its funny but loves him anyway.
He is the face of the DNC. Their support of his behavior for political reasons made him that way. Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind.
Obama’s facial expression and gesture here are priceless.
None of the women Clinton raped got pregnant, maybe that proves Aiken isn’t so stupid after all.
Your analysis is off. I wrote and posted the petition to the White House website. This is a serious effort. The petition is up to 30 supporters so far. If it gets to 150 it will go live on the public White House website.
or maybe they had abortions or took RU-486
Regarding the 'petition' you take credit for;
It's been two days since and the petition signatures are now a grand total of 40. That makes it 110 more to go before it goes live on the public White House website. Oooooh. That is scary.
Each day that goes by, the average signature per day numbers drop.Each day that goes by makes it all the more difficult to have the petition go live.
Nevertheless, there's always the possibility via any means necessary to hit the 150 mark.
I'll be updating you on the signature total next week.Until then keep counting them signatures.
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