Most Cynical and Hypocritical Statement of the 2012 Campaign: Bill Clinton

 “Who wants a president who will knowingly, repeatedly tell you something he knows is not true?”

—-Bill Clinton, speaking at an Obama rally in Pennsylvania.

Unbelievable shamelessness, even for Clinton.

Yeccch.

Gee, I don’t know why I picked this particular photo. I just like it, I guess. I wonder what Bill was saying?

I don’t know who disgusts me more, the impeached ex-president who has the gall to utter this after repeatedly lying about Monica Lewinsky, or the values-challenged fools that would listen to him insult their intelligence like that and not walk away laughing.

Democrats disgrace themselves by allowing this man to represent them, and that applies to the President as well.

11 thoughts on “Most Cynical and Hypocritical Statement of the 2012 Campaign: Bill Clinton

  1. It’s pretty fair to say most politicians are ethics challenged, but Bill Clinton takes it to a level seldom seen. I hold him responsible for much of the sexual coarsening of the culture.

  2. Classic Clinton. He’s a weasel, he always was a weasel, and he does his weasel thing with such panache and charm that he almost always gets away with it. Even when America knows he’s lying through his teeth, a large part of the nation lets it slide. He’s rather like an uncle who tells preposterous tall tales but tells them so well that he’s forgiven simply on the grounds of entertainment value.

    And Jack, since I know you’re also a devoted Taranto fan, wouldn’t you agree that this fits right in with Taranto’s “frenemy” theory?

  3. I read that as “Who wants a president who will knowingly, repeatedly tell you something he knows is not true!”. You have to read it pep rally style! It is Bill Clinton’s rallying cry. Football teams have “Who’s gonna beat Random State U.!”(fan response, “we are!”). Clinton has “Who wants a president who will knowingly, repeatedly tell you something he knows is not true!” (fan response, “we do!”).

  4. “Who wants a president who will knowingly, repeatedly tell you something he knows is not true?”

    —-Bill Clinton, speaking at an Obama rally in Pennsylvania.

    Unbelievable shamelessness, even for Clinton.

    If he wants to speak out against re-electing Obama, he should not have done so at a rally for Obama.

  5. I think Clinton is a narcissist, a liar who tells lies so often he begins to believe them himself, and who thinks the American people have terminal short- and long-term memory loss. (That may well true.) Needless to say, had I been in the audience when he made that statement I would have burst out laughing.

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