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Posted on 03/14/2014 2:40:18 PM PDT by Sub-Driver
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By Chris Good @c_good Follow on Twitter Mar 14, 2014 4:57pm
In what appears to be a draft of his 1995 State of the Union address, Bill Clintons speechwriters included a curious line aimed at teenagers: Dont have sex.
That clumsy language was removed by speechwriting aides from a draft titled 2DRAFT2 1/23/95″ but labeled State of the Union Address / Joint Session of Congress / The Capitol of the United States / January 24, 1994.
Bob Boorstin, a senior communications aide, wrote to speechwriter and senior aide Don Baer, referencing the concurrent objections of fellow communications aide Paul Begala: Strike Dont have sex. Begala and I both object to it, not only because of how it sounds but also because of how our opponents could use it. Lets try Stay in school. Practice abstinence. Neither line made it into Clintons 1995 State of the Union speech as delivered.
The document was released along with thousands of pages of documents posted online today by the William J. Clinton Presidential Library.
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Original line: Don’t have sex, have a cigar.
Translation: “save all the chicks for me!”
“Don’t have sex...the dry cleaners can get the spot out of your dress.”
Half sex is by yourself.
Double sex is with TWO interns.
It would have been soooooo g**damn funny if he had delivered that line.
Like if Michael Moore gave a speech on the dangers of eating McDonalds.
Bubba the Rapist redefined sex in the ‘90s. BJ’s ain’t REALLY sex. Now you’ve got millions of teenage girls who are experts in playing the meatwhistle before they reach the age of consent, and they think it’s no different than holding hands. Imagine the Beatles with their hit, “I Wanna Blow Your Wang.” The damage that creep did is incalculable.
Yoko Ono probably has a piece of “art” with that title.
Reminded me of old Southern Baptist jokes where the preacher would tell the congregation that they didn't need to drink/smoke/dance/have extra-marital sex because, as their leader, he had done all those things to save them from having to do them.
Apologies to any Southern Baptists that now realize it was all a ploy and are mad as hell that they missed out on the first-hand experiences.
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