Former President Bill Clinton Wags his Finger again … This time He Loses his cool over Bin Laden Question


He’s baaaaack. Former President Bill Clinton loses his cool over the question of whether he did enough to capture Bin Laden. Temper …. Temper. My he is getting crochity in his old age. There is that infamous finger pointing again. Where do we remember that from? By the way, trying or say you tried, is not good enough.


Former President Bill Clinton Now …

‘At least I tried. That’s the difference between me and some, including all the right wingers who are attacking me now. They ridicule me for trying. They had eight months to try, they did not try. I tried. So I tried and failed’.


Former President Bill Clinton then …

(Hat Tip: Drudge)

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    25 Responses to “Former President Bill Clinton Wags his Finger again … This time He Loses his cool over Bin Laden Question”

    1. MAca on September 22nd, 2006 10:37 pm

      The last time I heard him be so angry was when he said “I did not have sex with that Woman!” And we all know about that don’t we….hummm If you want to know the truth about how he did NOT try read Written by his Military Nuclear Bomb Advisor, who was there. Bill Cliton has no scruples and refuses to admit it. Sounds like Joran vander Sloot…I didn’t do anything wrong…..the jails are full of I didn’t do it people…

    2. MAca on September 22nd, 2006 10:45 pm

      oops sorry guess we can not mention titles of books. Can we say the author’s name. Richard Patterson? By the way it was eight times he had the chance to get OBL.

    3. Steven on September 23rd, 2006 12:30 am

      Still Clinton remains my man!
      Just keep on denying even when caught on the spot.
      Women?! One simply has no choice!

    4. nurturer on September 23rd, 2006 12:45 am

      He gets real indignant when he lies through his teeth.

    5. Scared Monkeys on September 23rd, 2006 1:41 am

      He is going to have to control that finger wagging.

      Its rather amazing how he loses his smoothness when he is angered.

    6. Houston on September 23rd, 2006 5:26 am

      Clinton made a mistake when he opened the door to everyone who wanted to come into this Country. Remember the people who flew the 9-11 planes trained in this country with him holding the door open for them to come in. I remember when he rushed to get over a million new citizen sworn in so they could vote in the last election he ran in.

    7. JusticeforNatalee on September 23rd, 2006 10:21 am

      Link to presidential daily briefing Aug. 6, 2001

      Perhaps both Clinton and Bush dropped the ball.

      The biggest blame, of course, still rests on the TERRORISTS.

    8. Mortella on September 23rd, 2006 12:53 pm

      So both Clintons have lethal tempers it would seem. I once saw Clinton having a fit almost this bad when someone put him on a porch out of the rain while a local mayor stood in the rain. Clinton thought that “looked” bad–not that it was bad but just how it looked was his concern. He chewed out some poor smuck aide in just this same tone and manner.

      And how conveniently the lefties forget that Al Gore held Bush up for almost eight months pretending he won the election or some such delusional crap. Bush could not put his people in place including many federal judges while Gore tied up the country in court hoping to stuff enough ballot boxes in Florida to matter. Still lost but it did delay Bush being able to implement many of his ideas and agenda for the first few months he was in office.

      Note Clinton actually has the nerve to say eight months when he was in office for eight years! Now that takes gall but never was a shortage of that in the Clinton household. This is hilarious because they pretend to be so nice but as we can see the mask does slip once in a while. If the subject matter were not so serious, this would be hilarious for the degree of hypocrisy it shows.

    9. Molly on September 23rd, 2006 2:06 pm

      I did not have sex with Osama’s goat.
      Sorry Bill, you blew it in your 8-years.

    10. Leo on September 23rd, 2006 4:50 pm

      OK, Ok, I’ve got a dumb question -

      If “getting Osama” is so easy why hasn’t Bush done it in 5+ years???

    11. Molly on September 24th, 2006 12:25 am

      Leo, no one says it is easy, only that Clinton
      points the finger..When you point your finger,
      there are 3 fingers pointing back at you and a
      thumb pointing to Heaven.

    12. Sharon Chicago on September 24th, 2006 10:43 am

      He looked like a angry little boy throwing a tantrum and I think he dug the hole he was in deeper by doing this interview … I almost was embarrassed for him… it was like hearing him say once again “I did not Have sex with Monica Lewinski”…

    13. Maggie on September 24th, 2006 6:08 pm

      From the mouth of Kris Kristofferson who was also a Rhodes Scholar

      “I think between us, Bill Clinton and I have settled any lingering myths about the brilliance of Rhodes scholars.”

      Kris had just been appointed to teach at WestPoint, when he went to Nashville to mop floors, and that is where he met Johnny Cash, not that it worked out bad for Kris.

      I heard many times about Clinton’s bad temper when he was still in office. I think he and Hillary would lie about anything to achieve power. I’ve never figured out what about him attracts the women. I wonder if he ever found out what the meaning of IS…is

    14. punkingale on September 25th, 2006 12:18 am

      I thought Bill Clinton showed his brilliance. It’s been six years since we had a president who could speak in complete sentences.

    15. punkingale on September 25th, 2006 12:21 am

      I think Bill Clinton showed his brilliance. It’s been six years since we had a president that could speak in complete sentences. Nobody has written any books titled “Clintonisms”.

    16. SuperG on September 25th, 2006 5:23 am

      It seems like some people here (Maggie, MAca, Molly, Scared Monkeys) simply refuse to react on the point mister Clinton makes. They can’t react any different than: “I did not have sex with that woman.” Is that all that matters to you? Because he lied about his sexlife to protect his family?
      Well guess what. The next president has sent your country to war for NO reason. Weapons of mass-destruction, wright? Now that’s what I call lieing.
      What Clinton is saying, is: at least I tried. The morons who came in office after me never did and even critized meuntill 9-11. And after that they still were more concerned about Iraq than about OBL.

    17. Miss-Underestimated on September 25th, 2006 9:06 am

      One ex-president (Clinton) chooses to belittle our current president (Bush), Seems like the blame game.

      Our current president Bush is belittled and slandered by a pee size country leader (dictator) (hugo) last week and what does out president Bush say: This is America, even Hugo Chavez has freedom of speech in America. Leaving the defending to the American citizens.

      You can say what you like about Bush, but he was a class act.

    18. Mrs.Red on September 25th, 2006 9:16 am

      If he is so brillant, why doesn’t he know the meaning of “is”?

    19. Miss-Underestimated on September 25th, 2006 9:58 am

      Mrs. Red,

      It depends on what your definition of is, is?

      How does a leader lead if he doesn’t know what is- is?
      Let me add ” I am not a stand by you man kinda woman”

      Wag the dog…..The Monicanizing of America..
      or the Hillarious America. take your pick,

    20. Maggie on September 25th, 2006 5:24 pm

      First of all I did watch the tape and know what he said. The most recognizable figure in the USA is the president. He not only stuck his finger in our face and lied, he lied in court, and was fined bigtime and lost his law license for over 2 years. He paid Paula Jones almost a million in a lawsuit, she claimed when he was govenor he exposed himself to her. Juanita Broderick claims when he was govenor, she owns a nursing home and he wanted to meet her to discuss helping nursing homes. She met him in a restaurant and he said the crowds and people interfering while trying to talk would be too much, so he asked her to meet him in a room where she claims she was raped twice. It was reported at the time when Hillary and him was in court, they said I don’t recall over 150 times while testifying. Kathleen Willey, who’s husband died or committed suicide went to the White House for a job and she claimed Clinton groped her. Gennifer FLowers ..etc. Anyone in public office should know this would come back to bite them in the arse. Monica Lewinsky claimed one night while Clinton was talking in his office to Sonny Callahan about sending troops to Bosnia..she was under his desk doing her normal. Why was she in the office listening to that kind of stuff and why was he engaged in that talking about troops. It was reported the troops had no respect for him. A few voiced it and got in trouble. They said they were being held to a higher standard then the President was.

      As for the war in Iraq.. Bush had the same info that everyone else did and they all signed on through a vote. Incidently I am torn about the war in Iraq.. I do however support each and every last man and woman who has been sent there by our government. My nephew was there last year. I can’t imagine what there daily life is like over there. We take so much for granted here. I had 3 brothers in the military 2 during VietNam and one during the Persian Gulf War, and I have 3 sons who are of the age they could be drafted if need be. I do worry about the manufacturing jobs like Joanie. They are an important part of our society and thank God for all those hard workers. There are thousands in the Midwest.

      I am not a Democrat or Republican. Terrorists don’t want one country, they want to rule the world. One country at a time. There isn’t room for many mistakes. It’s already cost way too many lives in more ways than one all over the world.

    21. SuperG on September 25th, 2006 7:37 pm

      Indeed Bush had the same info everybody else had. And the only conclusion to be drawn out of that, was that Iraq did NOT have any nucleair weapons, did NOT have any chemical or biological weapons and was NOT a threat to the US. And still he did sent the US to war.
      First because of (none-existing) WMD, then because of the “evil-doer” (credits: Dubya) Saddam (who was installed by the US and supplied by a.o. Donald Rumsfeld), then it was because of “spreading democracy”, and currently it is because of “fighting terrorism”. Well guess what? You don’t fight terrorists with an army. You fight terrorists with with a policeforce and a secret service.

      I don’t give a fuck about what the president is doing in private live. I can understand he did not immediately ‘confessed’. I did not understand why almost 50 million dollars was spent to ‘find the truth’. What truth? The Congress better starts a thourough investigation why the current administration was so eager to start a war in Iraq.
      Mr Clinton has an incredible record. Boosting the American economy, successful efforts to make peace in Northern Ireland, architect of the Oslo-peace agreements, solved the Mexico-crisis. And still some people can see no further then Paula Jones and Monica Lewinsky. How narrow-minded can you possibly be?
      And what about high-standards to be held by a president. Well, president moron advocates torture. Moron? YES, MORON:

    22. Miss-Underestimated on September 26th, 2006 8:17 am

      It is amazing how some would like idolize and rewrite history. Most people get angry when they are caught.

    23. Scared Monkeys on September 26th, 2006 9:37 pm

      [...] However, this time Olbermann jumps into the Chris Wallance/Fox News interview of Former President Bill Clinton like the usual apologist propagandist that he is. Keith, you would dare use the word, “the truth” and Clinton in the same sentence? You would dare question Chris Wallace’s credentials as you look in the mirror … you ridiculous clown. [...]

    24. punkingale on September 27th, 2006 2:24 pm

      Super G: THANK YOU!!!

    25. punkingale on September 27th, 2006 2:29 pm

      Bill Clinton didn’t lose his temper over Bin Laden. He lost his temper because he was asked a question nobody at Faux News would EVER ask Bush because they know he couldn’t answer it. Both Rice and Bush said they were just as aggressively trying to catch Bin Laden as Clinton was, but neither could give one example of what they did. Not one.

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