The Power of Positive Thought…

…and perpetual martyrdom. Woe, woe is me

(Brian Williams) I asked the president a blunt question about his legacy and any regrets he may have that impeachment will always play a prominent role in how his presidency is remembered.
Clinton: It probably would, because — but to be fair, you said you’re being blunt with me. People in your business like that very much. And they like what Ken Starr did because they thought it made good ink. And they didn’t do a very good job of reporting for years all the innocent people he persecuted and indicted because they wouldn’t lie…
Williams: And yet…
Clinton: …and the assault on the American Constitution that he waged…
Williams: This was…
Clinton: …or that I was acquitted. And that the charges that the House sent to the Senate were false. So I did a bad thing. I made a bad personal mistake. I paid a big price for it. But I was acquitted because the charges were false.

Give it a rest, Bubba. You’ve been doing yourself (and the U.S.!) great credit since leaving office. Let’s focus on that.

6 Responses to “The Power of Positive Thought…”

  1. Dave J says:

    It’s amazing: it really is true that every word he says is a lie, inclunding “and” and “the.” And yet, were it not for the 22nd Amendment, I can practically guarantee he would STILL be president.

  2. The Real JeffS says:

    The guy has charm, no doubt about it. That’s why I think that making him the Secretary General of the United Nations would be a major mistake.

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