atomic_fungus (atomic_fungus) wrote,

#863: Libs finally begin to understand what conservatives didn't like about Clintons

This here article goes into detail.

You've got quotes from Robert G. Reichssssshhhshshhshshshshshhshshshshshhshshshshshhshsh (old Limbaugh joke), who worked for the Clintons; John Kerry; Tom Daschle; talk show host Ed Schultz; and even a quote from some guy named Waldman who says that, the article paraphrases, "...the Democrats' cheering of some of Clinton's dirtier tactics during the 1990s may have been unwise."

Do tell!
"The question this raises is how we really feel about ethically questionable campaign tactics," said Waldman. "The fact is that we're very quick to forgive a politician we support for hitting below the belt, if the belt in question is around the waist of another politician we dislike."
That's a fine how-do-you-do, isn't it? We were being mean and unreasonable to the Clintons in the 1990s, but now that the libs' own ox is being gored, now suddenly they begin to come around to see why we objected to the Clintons in the first place.

[Ed Hering checks temperature of Hell]

[Okay, I can't really do that. Is joke. Work with me, here.]

Now all we need is for the libs to start understanding the difference between "lying about sex" and "perjury" and maybe we can all come to some common understanding on why the Clintons shouldn't be anywhere near power.

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