Carol Platt Liebau: Live by the Sword, Die by the Sword

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Live by the Sword, Die by the Sword

According to this piece in The New York Times, Hillary Clinton is actively employing Bill Clinton in her campaign.

Live by the sword, die by the sword. With all the advantages Bill's involvement may bring, they also make Hillary doubly vulnerable should he experience another "lapse in judgment" (or another is discovered) of the sort that tarnished his time in The White House. And it's worth wondering: If he lacked the self-discipline and judgment to resist a thong-snapping intern on a snow day in The White House -- when he already was President and could see clearly how much there was to lose -- can he really be relied on to fly straight now?


Blogger Desertmoon said...

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton criticized President George W. Bush as running a "government of the few, for the few and by the few."

Does she mean that GW is only having sex with his wife? Besides that, what has really changed in the US. Let's see, unemployment is way down, home ownership is way up, the government has grown, more minority citizens are in responsible positions. She has to be talking about Bill and the many he personally included in his "special" governing and sees that GW's monogomy as being a problem.

7:24 PM  
Blogger One Salient Oversight said...

Clinton wasn't responsible for the deaths of 655,000 Iraqis since 2003. Who cares about his private life? If you can get impeached for adultery, but not for starting an unjust war, then there's something wrong.

1:44 AM  
Blogger Desertmoon said...

Who cares about his private life? Maybe Hillary. That was the point. If Hillary and Chelsea couldn't trust the man and they were closest to him then how could anyone else.

The deaths beyond the initial invasion incurred in Iraq is almost completely the work of Islamafascists who use men, women and children as pawns, their lives are nothing to the ultimate goal. Who would ever imagine that people would blowup trucks in marketplaces full of women and children shopping? Don't you get that?

3:35 PM  
Blogger Marshall Art said...

No he doesn't. He's another of the sad unfortunates who feel that this war is unjust due to the president in charge, not the actual threat posed by the people we fight. He'd like to pin all deaths since the invasion on Bush, as if these people weren't already dying for the crime of being an Iraqi when Hussein ruled. But for such as OSO, it's easy to dump on the good guys, because the good guys won't come around looking to take his head.

9:35 PM  

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