Skip to comments.Morris: Clintons Are Sociopaths
Posted on 01/29/2003 9:28:17 AM PST by TLBSHOW
Morris: Clintons Are Sociopaths
Former top White House political strategist Dick Morris said Wednesday that recent criticism by Bill and Hillary Clinton of President Bush's national security policy is so over the top that the former first couple have revealed themselves to be a couple of "sociopaths."
"Its a good thing those two are sociopaths," he writes in the D.C. newspaper, The Hill. "Otherwise their consciences might bother them when they say things like that."
Morris zeroes in on Sen. Clinton's comments last Friday to WLIE radio host Mike Siegel, which the mainstream press has helpfully covered up, that Bush had "mishandled" the North Korean nuclear crisis, as well as ex-President Clinton's bizarre claim last week that his own policies actually stopped the rogue nation from obtaining "50" nuclear weapons.
"Wait a minute," blasts Morris. "It was (Bill) Clinton who negotiated the 1994 Framework Agreement with Pyongyang in which North Korea agreed to stop diverting plutonium from its nuclear plant in Yongbyon in return for the delivery of 500,000 metric tons of fuel annually and the construction of two light water nuclear power plants costing $4 billion."
The former Clinton insider recalled that by mid-August of 1998, newspaper reports indicated that U.S. intelligence agencies had detected a "huge secret underground complex in North Korea" that they suspected was "the centerpiece of an effort to revive the countrys nuclear weapons program."
When the U.S. demanded that inspectors examine the sites in question, Pyongyang countered with a demand for $300 million in cash for the privilege. With that the Clintons quietly dropped the issue.
Fast forward to 2003, with American intelligence sources now estimating that North Korea has had one or two nuclear weapons since the mid-1990s.
"So why didnt Clinton demand that North Korea disarm?" asks Morris. "Why did he keep funding, fuel and food flowing while Pyongyang broke its word?"
Rather than protect U.S. national security interests, the Clinton administration told Congress that the intelligence reports were wrong; that instead, Pyongyang was actually living up to its end of the bargain because the new North Korean nuke plant had yet to be reactivated.
"When the Senate voted, 80-11, in late 1998 'to condition funding [of the 94 deal] on a presidential certification that North Korea has halted all nuclear activities,' Clinton continued to wink at North Korean noncompliance," Morris said.
Many of us knew that fact on the first Tuesday of November, 1992.
That said, I could wish for a more credible spokesman !
I know that this comment has already been posted. It is just so good, that I just wanted to see it again.
I usually catch that kind of stuff...Good one FP!
And who, close to the Clintons - someone that would know - could be "credible."?
Bill and Hillary are actually "Sub-Criminal Psychopaths" meaning that they have no conscious and are very successful eluding the law.
Repeat after me.....PSY-CHO-PATHS
What happened only happened because of NY City, that's what did it...From what I understand the rest of NY told her to go piss off!
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