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If Clinton was the answer It must have been a stupid question
Inhale to the chief
Don't blame me I didn't vote for Hillary
Smoke dope, dodge the draft, Cheat on your wife, become President, It's the new American way
Commander & Cheat
Hold the Liberals liable
Reagan -- the great communicator, Clinton -- the great fabricator
The Ho Chi Minh Trail led to the White House
From a chicken in every pot to a chicken smokin' pot
At least Gennifer got kissed
Keep our privates straight
If you voted for change, better start counting it
The Lord giveth and Clinton taketh away
One More Whore and We Get Gore
Bill Clinton: Commander in Heat
Jail to the Chief!
If his private life doesn't matter, let him date YOUR daughter
Two terms for Clinton: the second in jail
Clinton: Our Nation's Fondling Father
Q: What are the two worst things about Bill Clinton?
A: His face
We have you surrounded.
Drop the cigar.
Step away from the intern
and come out with your pants up."
--seen on a button
Jack Kevorkian for White House Physician. -- bumper sticker
Honk if you voted for Gore. It's that big button in the middle of your steering wheel -- Bumper sticker
Clinton Apologizes to Syphilis Victims ~ Newspaper headline ( May 16, 1997)
It has confirmed in me, the Belief, of what was formerly suspected, viz., that your Principles were very wicked and depraved, tho your Cunning was exquisite enough, to conceal your Crimes from the Public scrutiny. I am now brought to believe what was formerly only suspected, viz. your subordination of Witnesses, your Perjuries, and your Briberies as well as your Cruelty. John Adams, Dec. 23rd, 1765
If I were in the President's place I would not get a chance to resign. I would be lying in a pool of my own blood, hearing Mrs. Armey standing over me saying, "How do I reload this damn thing?" --Congressman Dick Armey
Clinton smoked marijuana but did not inhale. He had an inappropriate relationship with a woman but did not have sex. He lied but did not commit perjury. So, what else did he not do, this self-defined innocent sinner?--Lida Bates, NEWSWEEK,12 October 1998
Future historians will be able to study at the Jimmy Carter Library,the Gerald Ford Library, the Ronald Regan Library, and the Bill Clinton Adult Bookstore.- George Carlin
Clinton was slicing the baloney so thin you could see through it.--Anne Carlson , Time
The American people are tired of liars and people who pretend to be something they're not. -- Hillary Clinton, 1992, "60 Minutes" interview
A hard dog to keep on the porch.-- Hillary Clinton, 1999 oin her husband
I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky. -W J Clinton
Yes, the president should resign. He has lied to the American people, time and time again, and betrayed their trust. He is no longer an effective leader. Since he has admitted guilt, there is no reason to put the American people through an impeachment. He will serve absolutely no purpose in finishing out his term; the only possible solution is for the president to save some dignity and resign. --Bill Clinton regarding Richard Nixon, 1974
Ultimately, as I've always believed, the burden is on those who irrationally love the guy. That he is a liar and a narcissist of Biblical proportions is irrefutable. Even the instrumentalist argument, that they love him because he is "good at his job," is preposterous because he has been good at betraying all of the principles that Clinton-lovers hold dear. [...] No, I think the irrational people are the lonely hearts of both sexes who prostituted themselves for the pimp they love; every time he bitch-slapped them, they forgave him because he is such a beautiful, complicated man. Hating Bill Clinton (both the sins and the sinner) is a rational response; loving him takes a bizarre leap of faith. -- Jonah Goldberg
I regret that I have but one country to give for my life. "Bill Clinton" in a cartoon by Bob Gorrell
I find it unacceptable for this man(Clinton), who has demonstrated repeatedly that he has no ability whatsoever to engage in any kind of decent moral reasoning, to cite "moral duty" on the part of the United States. The very phrase ought to choke him. He has no claim, no authority whatsoever, to speak for me or any other decent person when it comes to moral judgment. Alan Keyes, WorldNetDaily, March 26 1999
I won't use the label superior Northerners pejoratively use to describe Southern crackers. I won't call them 'white trash.' But if not that, then what?-- Michael Kramer, The New York Post
The men the American people admire most extravagantly are the most daring liars; the men they detest most violently are those who try to tell the truth.~Mencken, H.L.
The Clinton's secret is that they live in a morally discontinuous universe--events do not have consequences, and what happened 15 minutes ago has no connection to what happens now. Beware of power when it masters the secret of popular amnesia. -- Lance Morrow, on Hillary's possible 2004 presidential run
Leave it to Bill Clinton to close out his presidency with one last helping of his signature dish: a pungent stew of campaign contributions, ethical shortcuts and what-the-hell disregard for likely consequences.-- Newsday, editorial
We are particularly troubled by the numerous instances in which Mr. Clinton granted pardons or commutations without proper consultation with federal prosecutors, often to reward friends or political allies or gain future political advantage.-- The New York Times, editorial
We nostalgically recall the days when sleeping with the President meant attending a Cabinet meeting. -- P. J. O'Rourke, 1997
Now that the impeachment process has moved on to the Senate, someone has raised the question as to whether Bill Clinton will be t tried as an adult. Thomas Sowell
It is going to be a lot harder for courts to prosecute rapists if perjury about sex cannot be punished. Or are we supposed to apply that principle to just one man? --Thomas Sowell
Does it make sense that everybody else is lying, except a man with a history of lying? That mountains of circumstantial evidence are just coincidences? That a man with a lifelong reputation for honourable behaviour -- Kenneth Starr-- is now behaving dishonourably, in order to fabricate a case, while a man with no sense of honour is the innocent victim?--Thomas Sowell
The president has kept all of the promises he intended to keep. --Clinton Aide George Stephanopolous Speaking On "Larry King Live"
Your President, President Clinton, he is a great communicator. The trouble is he has absolutely nothing to communicate.
Margaret Thatcher in Memories of Maggie, ed Iain Dale.
President Clinton, on my behalf but without my consent, apologized:
--to Japan, for winning World War II and deposing the evil military government.
--to African nations, for not regarding their butcher-clown leaders and chaotic societies as equals.
--to black Americans, for slavery in America, notwithstanding that it was precisely Western ideals that made the abolition of slavery possible, and that citizenship in modern America is like winning a lottery prize compared to the Third World.
Yet, when it comes time to apologize for himself, for his own wrongdoing, he doesn't. Instead, he says: I lied. Screw you. I'm going on vacation. - Bruce Thompson
What seems to be happening now is the liberals' realization that in fact the Clintons don't give a damn what anyone thinks, including them. Very hard on them, poor souls. ... This fact came home hard to liberal commentators when the Clintons finally abandoned allpretense to style, which was very important to his enablers, for a lot of whom the most important warring values are not those of good vs. evil, but tacky vs. stylish....Something about the spectacle of the former charmer and his wife so nakedly doing what they wanted to do just because they could do it--without disguising any of it as political acts aimed at the right--got to be just too much for his progressive sympathizers.-- Wall Street Journal, editorial
The list [of items stripped from the White House] demonstrates again the Clintons' defining characteristic: They have no capacity for embarrassment. Words like shabby and tawdry come to mind. They don't begin to do it justice.-- The Washington Post, editorial
So the Clinton-Gore era culminates with an election as stained as the blue dress, a Democratic chorus complaining that the Constitution should not be the controlling legal authority, and Clinton's understudy dispatching lawyers to litigate this: "It depends on what the meaning of 'vote' is.-- George Will