"War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes; and armies, and debts, and taxes are the known instruments for bringing the many under the domination of the few."

- James Madison

Calling Bill

"I would remind Senator (Hillary) Clinton and other critics of the Bush administration policies that the framework agreement of the Clinton administration was a failure," McCain said in a statement, referring to a 1994 deal under which North Korea agreed to halt work on a plutonium-based nuclear facility, partly in exchange for free fuel oil deliveries.

"The Koreans received millions of dollars in energy assistance ... and what did the Koreans do? They secretly enriched uranium," McCain said.

"We had a carrots-and-no-sticks policy that only encouraged bad behavior. When one carrot didn't work, we offered another."

The truth cannot be contained, even about Bill Clinton. As much as he is loved for his charisma by the left, the truth about his legacy will continue to mock his terms as philandering chief.

Add to this the hilarious yet tragic video floating around You Tube about Clinton's appeasement and can you just imagine the next interview with him on Fox?

No matter how it bad it stinks, the truth always floats to the top.

We embedded the video here because YouTube has limited access to this, as it has been flagged by "users" for its content: This video may contain content that is inappropriate for some users, as flagged by YouTube's user community. (Truth = Inappropriate Content?)

posted at 15:28:06 on 10/10/06 by clearpolitics - Category: War - [Permalink]

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Clinton is not president wrote:

What difference does it make now? We have to deal with now! Sure, it probably helps to understand how a problem started, but that does not change where we are now. Bush needs to deal with this, not Clinton. So what if Clinton made mistakes, Bush is the president now. We need to stop talking about Clinton, he is in the past, and focus on Bush. Leave Clinton alone, he is just trying to enjoy life. He's retired. Bush is president now.
10/10/06 20:54:36

Karly Wheaton wrote:

The past is prologue. If we know where we come from we can create a better future. It is important that we know who creates what messes, and there are enough messes to go around.

That was a funny commercial.
10/10/06 22:28:45

Blue in Kansas wrote:

I agree, the past is the past - stop harboring it and blaming what others did in the past for all of our problems. Cllinton made mistakes, let's move on, learn from them and be a better country. In the same vein, the Democrats need to get over the FACT that Bush/Cheney/Rumsfield lied to the American people, Congress and the world and led us into a no-win war with Iraq. Let's get these people out of office and fix their mistakes.
11/07/06 07:53:05

Paula wrote:

Each and every person makes mistakes...no one is perfect except God Almighty. Every President past and present has made errors in judgements and decisions. The problem at hand need to be dealt with. If the Republicans can not clean upi their mistakes, then let's allow the Democratics to make the changes that are necessary changes to get our country back to where it needs to be....
02/06/07 18:55:22

Livano Guerrero wrote:

The essence of democracy is check and balances. During Bush there have been negative balances for the middle and lower classes and lots of checks for the super-rich. Bush and the Republicans forgot that a strong middle class is fundamental for a growing economy and a healthy democracy.
10/16/08 08:10:54

clearpolitics wrote:

If George Bush is a Republican who is truly representative of his party members, then the Republican party is dead.
10/16/08 10:58:18

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