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    The “Unusually Good Bill Clinton” has a town hall

    The “Unusually Good Bill Clinton” has a town hall

    Please do not pull out your hair when you watch this video, via The Boston Herald.

    As I have said before, this guy is an unusually good Bill Clinton. The debt has increased dramatically on his watch and that is a threat to our credit rating regardless of the debt ceiling. He has put forth no plan, except for a budget in April which would have exploded the debt. Yet he now is lecturing us and acting like Mr. Reasonable.

    And all the while, hie administration via Tim Geithner has been whipping up a media frenzy warning of a debt default, which he just acknowledged would not happen.

    Added: And he’s blaming Bush, still:


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    Mutnodjmet | July 22, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    It seems he just derided “divided government” in the townhall. I guess TOTUS must have forgotten 2009-2010.

      bleached cat in reply to Mutnodjmet. | July 22, 2011 at 3:58 pm

      Derided “divided government” after permanently dividing our derided government. His unconscionable words form and then fall into an irresponsible breach.

    The media isn’t persuasive in positioning the President as though he can win this battle over the budget like Pres. Bill Clinton did. Back then the economy was superb relative to now. The unemployment rate was so low, I remember seeing tons of “Help Wanted” signs. The stock market bubbled with a nice froth.

    The House Republicans did good in passing Cap and Cut. They should continue to pass legislation then let the Senate and President deal with it.

    At least they show they are doing the necessary work required of them.

    Iowa Jim | July 22, 2011 at 4:20 pm

    Does anybody in his right mind care who caused this problem? Yes, things were bad on January 20, 2009. I don’t care. I care whether the President has done anything to solve the problem. He hasn’t.

    Most of us know people who promise things and don’t deliver. That can be simply not showing up on time, or it can be not showing up at all, or not performing a task. When one of those people starts explaining to me why he (or she) didn’t do what was promised, my response is always the same: I don’t care why you didn’t do what you promised. I care only whether you did it. It’s no different with Obama. I don’t care why he didn’t do what he promised. I care a lot that he hasn’t even tried.

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