boards of FL wrote:Arithmetic!
boards of FL wrote:This is great!
alecto wrote:boards of FL wrote:Arithmetic!
So when is Obama going to stop adding to the debt and start reducing it cause it ain't happened yet and I do not see him doing it in the next 4 years.
Either you're not watching, or you have an easily diagnosed comprehension problem. Which is it?[/font]
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2seaoat wrote:I read the article. I did not see one example in the article that caught the former President in a lie. .
nochain wrote:Awwww, NPR had to go and fact check Clintons speech - seems things aren't exactly the way Old Wild Bill portrayed them:
2seaoat wrote:I read the article. I did not see one example in the article that caught the former President in a lie.
The wingnuts are blubbering about "both sides do it" while filling bathtubs with their tears of angst because the big dog got 'er done in epic fashion.
reaper1948 wrote:He was great. I now look back and wonder why I didn't vote for him, he was one hell of a President. Here's an article on the truth of some of his statements:
Well I do know why I didn't vote for him I was a blinded Republican and always voted party lines. No More.
VectorMan wrote:Reacting to former president Bill Clinton’s nomination speech at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday, Fox News contributor and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said the address was “sprawling, undisciplined and truly self-indulgent” and would not help President Obama’s re-election chances.
“I think it was a giant swing and a miss,” Krauthammer said of the speech. “I don’t think it will move the needle whatsoever.
“It was engaging it was humorous, in some cases it was generous — I think there were more mentions of the Bushs than I heard in three days in Tampa,” he added. “It was also vintage Clinton in that it was sprawling, undisciplined and truly self-indulgent.”
Krauthammer went on to call Clinton’s DNC address “one of the strangest nomination speeches” even given.
“It was kind of an amalgam between the state of the union address, a policy wonk seminar and what sounded to me like a campaign speech for a third Clinton term — Obama was sort of incidental, he would be shoved in every once in a while,” he said.
“It is true that he made a lot of detailed rebuttals, that he is sort of the rebuttler-in-chief…but Paul Ryan can handle all of that in 10 minutes in his debate,” he concluded.
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