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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 5 2012 7:47 p.m. MDT

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

President Clinton, the first former President to formally nominate a current President at a Convention, was impeached by the House of Representatives. He didn't know the definition of "is" and is now doing this selective task?

It is odd that the DNC could not find a person that was not impeached to represent their party and the President as the nominee.

This is a moral dilema for their party but they are wanting to change what integrity, honor, honesty and other words mean.

stiadotf
West Point / Davis, UT

If a more "modern economy" means crushing deficits and lower wage jobs and "shared prosperity" means everyone being reduced to the lowest common denominator, I think I'll pass.

Mr. Obama, let me keep my hard earned money and you can keep your change...

Happy Valley Heretic
Orem, UT

JWB: The thing I find most shameful is that Clinton was able to do what he did, while fighting the GOP over infidelity, (NOT Illegal) at a cost of 100 million dollars to the taxpayers, and just to add to the hypocrisy, Gingrich (moral authority) was doing the same thing.

Clintons speech was excellent, and it's sad that the republicans have nothing to offer, so they just resort to the same personal attacks like the did through out Clinton and now Obama, while opposing there own ideas to try and make the sitting president "A one term president."

Counter Intelligence
Salt Lake City, UT

Ironically Clinton had a good economy because he moved to the Center and co-opted a Republican Congress - the exact opposite of what Obama has done

The current economic crisis was set up by a dysfunctional Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac - which Barney Frank pushed over Republican objections, so blaming Bush is getting old (one could just as easy blame Clinton since the mess started in the 90's and he left Bush with a recession too)

Clinton, who wallowed in allegations of harassment and rape, but was forgiven by ideologically rigid feminists, reminds us of who actually is waging a war on women

@HVH your complaints over "personal attacks" is ironic

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