- Sep 12, 2004
If Clinton would have stated he was opposed to how we went to war instead of making the plain assertion that he was opposed to the war from the start I wouldn't have claimed he was being revisionist or that it was completely false.Originally posted by: Craig234
So, you're saying that Clinton's statement that he was opposed to the war as it happened from the beginning was *completely* false and *completely* revisionist, not merely fudging?Originally posted by: ayabe
I'm with TLC on this guys, Slick is inserting his truthiness here and he was wrong to say it the way he did, regardless of his intent.
Lately, he's been hurting Hillary and really just needs to be quiet.
This is not G-Dub making yet another stupid statement and screwing up the 'pro-noun-sayshun' of words, it's Billy Clinton. If there ever was a president and politician who understood the nuances of words and phrases it's Bill. He's famous for saying exactly what he means and doesn't make gross errors like that. What he was doing was pandering to a crowd and telling them what he thought they wanted to hear instead of the truth, which is something Bill is also famous for.