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Bill Clinton's "Enemies" List

Pabster

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Apr 15, 2001
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Story here.

As usual, Bill goes off the deep end. Typical Clinton tripe. Deny, Deny, Deny...admit no failures of your own or personal responsibility. Everything with these folks is a vast conspiracy and they're always victims.
 

nageov3t

Lifer
Feb 18, 2004
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where's the problem here? the party establishment spent all summer looking for NotHillary and jumped ship the instant it appeared. and after worms like Richardson, it's understandable how he might feel betrayed.
 

Robor

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I don't get it. Bill says...

'Bill Clinton has been placing blame on enemies including a brazenly biased media that tried to suppress blue-collar votes, a powerful anti-war group that endorsed rival Barack Obama and weak-willed party leaders unable to stand up to either of these nefarious forces.'
Is he talking about the media that had Wright in a new loop for about 2 months? The same media that appeared to be promoting Obama's weakness with blue collar voters? When he talks about party leaders standing up to 'them' what did he expect? This really sounds like that sense of entitlement again.
 

bamacre

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Jul 1, 2004
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Originally posted by: Robor
I don't get it. Bill says...

'Bill Clinton has been placing blame on enemies including a brazenly biased media that tried to suppress blue-collar votes, a powerful anti-war group that endorsed rival Barack Obama and weak-willed party leaders unable to stand up to either of these nefarious forces.'
Is he talking about the media that had Wright in a new loop for about 2 months? The same media that appeared to be promoting Obama's weakness with blue collar voters? When he talks about party leaders standing up to 'them' what did he expect? This really sounds like that sense of entitlement again.
As well, if Hillary wants the support from anti-war organizations, maybe she shouldn't have voted for Bush's unnecessary misadventure in Iraq.
 

nageov3t

Lifer
Feb 18, 2004
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Originally posted by: Robor
I don't get it. Bill says...

'Bill Clinton has been placing blame on enemies including a brazenly biased media that tried to suppress blue-collar votes, a powerful anti-war group that endorsed rival Barack Obama and weak-willed party leaders unable to stand up to either of these nefarious forces.'
Is he talking about the media that had Wright in a new loop for about 2 months? The same media that appeared to be promoting Obama's weakness with blue collar voters? When he talks about party leaders standing up to 'them' what did he expect? This really sounds like that sense of entitlement again.
I think he's talking about the media that was practically sycophantic until SNL of all things called them out on it.
 

RichardE

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Dec 31, 2005
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Originally posted by: loki8481
where's the problem here? the party establishment spent all summer looking for NotHillary and jumped ship the instant it appeared. and after worms like Richardson, it's understandable how he might feel betrayed.
Your delusional. Hilary had the nomination all to herself until she decided she was "entitled" to it and dismissed any and all competition. She should have made a VP deal with Obama last year when the first rumblings of him maybe running were heard. After his 2004 speech anyone with any sense of political mind knew he would eventually be a rising star.
 

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