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Daschle & Clinton 1998 vs Daschle & Clinton 2002 (Amazing Audio Of Total Hypocrisy---MUST LISTEN!!!)
| September 10, 2002
Posted on 09/10/2002 5:40:09 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
You MUST listen to this AUDIO of Tom Daschle & Bill Clinton talking about Saddam Hussein in 1998 vs what Tom Daschle & Bill Clinton are now saying about Saddam Hussein. It is the best example of Demmycrat HYPOCRISY that I have heard in a long time.
TOPICS: Announcements; Foreign Affairs
KEYWORDS: billclinton; saddamhussein; tomdaschle
Anybody else hear this on Rush today? I'm sure glad Rush provided an audio link on his website. Please send this link to your friends. Daschle & Clinton are exposed as the hypocritical FRAUDS that they are.
posted on 09/10/2002 5:40:10 PM PDT
posted on 09/10/2002 5:41:14 PM PDT
I just finished a brain tennis match with a liberal lawyer childhood pal o mine, where I learned something valuable and time-saving.
For a true liberal, all precedent, everything that ocurred before W was sworn in, is deemed immaterial. Even mentioning something that took place before Jan 2001, unless it involves Nixonian duplicity, is BY DEFINITION a cowardly attempt to change the subject.
Also, ALL counter-examples, by definition, are non-sequitors. Period.
This covers all war and ethics related issues, and is a real time-saver.
It's still amazing to hear their quotes on audio side by side. The 1998 version of Daschle & Clinton completely contradict the 2002 version of these two hypocrites.
posted on 09/10/2002 5:48:30 PM PDT
You're either changing the subject, or raising a non-sequitor.
Liberals have the intellectual integrity of alley-cats, and I say that advisedly, lest PETA hear.
Please send this audio link to your liberal friend. I would like to know his comments on it.
posted on 09/10/2002 5:53:54 PM PDT
Most remaining Bush critics can't help but sing Clinton's praises. I punch holes in every praise of Clinton, but they refuse to believe me. So, while they might not like criticism of Clinton, they want to brag about his so-called achievements.
Good thread. This is blowing up in their faces. The old rules of politics don't apply any more. Enter a brave, new world, where a plain talking Texan wins by simply being consistent, while the double-talking gamesmen hang themselves.
In other words, liberals defiantly strive to ignore history, and therefore repeat its most ignominious failures. Hmmm... That explains a lot.
posted on 09/10/2002 6:00:51 PM PDT
He'll say his computer can't open the link! I've tried this before. No kidding.
No amount of evidence, none, suffices. It's actually scary.
He'll say his computer can't open the link!
Ah! The Liberal Ostrich sticking his head in the sand.
posted on 09/10/2002 6:14:26 PM PDT
Hey, Bill's not facing impeachment now, so why should his 1998 statements apply? You Freepers insist on taking statements like these out of context.
They are not with US, so they must be with the terrorists.
Morning bump for those who might have missed this amazing audio clip of hypocrisy.
posted on 09/11/2002 4:27:06 AM PDT
Bump back atcha. The only principle they adhere to is expediency. Rush and FOX News have done an incredible service by bringing this comparison about.
Has Daschle or Clinton responded yet to Rush's publicizing of their hypocrisy?
posted on 09/11/2002 7:06:43 AM PDT
In case you don't or can't get the audio, consider this for fodder:
"Democrats say action was 'quick and decisive'
Senate Democratic leader Tom Daschle and House Minority leader Dick Gephardt issued a statement of support for the military strike and its timing.
"We fully support the president's decision today to undertake military action with our allies against Iraq," Daschle and Gephardt said. "Saddam Hussein's defiance of U.N. weapons inspectors is a clear violation of the international community's determination to ensure that Iraq no longer poses a threat to the region."
The two Democrats said Clinton "acted correctly and responsibly by taking quick and decisive action against Saddam Hussein's egregious behavior."
"Any delay would have given Saddam Hussein time to reconstitute his arsenal of weapons of mass destruction and undermine international support for our efforts," Daschle and Gephardt said. "It also would have been contrary to the president's commitment in November to respond militarily to future Iraqi provocations."
Gephardt and Daschle also alluded to the pending impeachment debate, saying, "Saddam Hussein should make no mistake that despite domestic political differences in the United States, the American people and Congress stand firmly behind the defense of our nation's vital interests." "
Source: Allpolitics.com, December 16, 1998
posted on 09/11/2002 8:43:30 AM PDT
This is being spun as an example of petty partisanship, but it may be worse than that. There has been a noticeable increase in democrat dovishness in the last few weeks, since it was announced that the Saudis had hired certain Washington law firms associated with democrats in pursuit of their "public relations" efforts. Now these firms are not engaging in any known legal work. How it works is this: they are paid a lot of money for "consulting." Then individual partners "separately" make large personal contributions and hold fundraisers for selected politicians. In other words, the influence that they sell really consists of money laundering. If we had any real investigative reporting, i.e., if the media was not just a wing of the democrat party, we would see reporting on the contribution activities of members of these law firms subsequent to the Saudi involvement. Where Cindy Jihad made her mistake was taking the money directly from Arab interests. This put the democrat party in a bind, because it was infuriating their big Jewish donors in NY and Hollywood who raise about 30% of their money.
The Dass' is a Monster! Bump!
posted on 09/11/2002 3:12:12 PM PDT
posted on 09/11/2002 8:08:14 PM PDT
posted on 09/11/2002 8:13:47 PM PDT
The Devil and his 1st Senatorial Disciple in 1998 BUMP!
posted on 09/19/2002 10:03:12 PM PDT
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