From The Patriot Post: FOR THE RECORD
Scathing commentary about Bill Clinton….from the left.
“An editorial in The New York Observer, often called the paper of the liberal elite, described Mr. Clinton as ‘an untrustworthy lowlife who used people for his own purposes and then discarded them. How could they have been fooled so badly?’…[M]illions of Americans, including political hacks, media toadies, and grass-roots dupes, were unflinchingly loyal to Clinton throughout a scandal-drenched eight years, during which it was credibly charged or proven that he: seduced a 21-year-old White House intern, groped a visitor in the Oval Office, paid his way out of a pants-dropping charge, was credibly accused of rape, organized a White House hit team to assassinate the reputation of his accusers; took money from Chinese communist donors; entertained known criminals, drug dealers and arms smugglers at private White House gatherings; hid subpoenaed documents in the living quarters of the White House; rented out the Lincoln bedroom; sold seats on Air Force One; violated the War Powers Act; bombed an aspirin factory in Sudan; never uttered a word of regret for the 19 innocent babies and children who were burned to death at Waco; used the IRS and the FBI to attack political enemies; used taxpayer-paid lawyers and aides to defend himself against charges of sexual misconduct; lied under oath; lied when not under oath; shredded documents; suborned perjury; tampered with witnesses and obstructed justice… I remain hopeful that in time, the legacy of the Clinton presidency will be that its classic wretchedness awakened the American people from a soul-numbing, moral stupor.” —Linda Bowles
LibNOT.com has decided that to comment further would un-necessary, but then again….we can’t resist.
Apparently there are many on the left that are tired of the Bill Clinton act and very likely believed (as the author above seems to indicate) the stories that mainly came from Republican/Conservative circles. BUT, could not admit that the credibility of the then President was in jeopardy because of its source(s). Mr. Clinton’s appearances in support of his wife on the campaign trail are beginning to show that some, not all, are weary of the phoniness and hope that Mrs. Clinton will not in fact become Ms. President!
LibNOT’s favorite quote from Ms. Bowles’ editorial is rather refreshing in its candor as it describes Mr. Clinton as, “an untrustworthy lowlife”….hmmmm – I’m trying to remember if I ever used similar language.