Bill Clinton, a man from Arkansas, will do anything to get fame, glory and
money. He has provided the incentive for President Obama to be on talk shows
and late night shows to gain that kind of popularity and show business tactics.
That is not the statesmanship we need in America. He needs to be
minding the store of what he should be doing. There are plenty of late night
appearances from hundreds of people all the time on the various venues. Our country has been an image for many countries to follow but is
becoming like Hugo Chavez in Venezuela. He is on the people's television
sets and radios all the time, not as a talk show host, per se, but they have
government controlled media, sort of the Pravda type of approach. With so many
of our media pushing their agenda on people, we sort of have a media that is
becoming the Pravda type of approach.Living in countries that had
dictators and presidents taking martial law, they showed up on television all
the time. A good movie on TV and 15 minutes before the end the President comes
on to tell people he is watching
I though the conservatives got rid of Clinton in the 90's, wasn't that
the plan? must be bitter pill to have him take out Romney.
To ute alumni 7:56 p.m. Sept. 25, 2012i suspect billy will be voting
for mitt. he just can't admit it.------------------I don't don't that there will be at least one person named
"billy" who will vote for Willard. I highly doubt that said
"billy" will be President Clinton. He has too much good sense and too
much love for the United States to do anything that would put Willard anywhere
near the White House.
i suspect billy will be voting for mitt. he just can't admit it.
There is a lot to admire in the political leaders of our country. It appears to
be a promising year for the voters. Two good choices.
I enjoyed this article. It seems like the only guy on the stump out there that
really knows how to communicate with the voters isn't running for
President. Maybe we'll see his wife run in 2016 though.
In his convention speech, President Clinton did an excellent job proving the
"errors" and deficiencies in Willard's comments and positions.
Good job, President Clinton.