Bill Clinton’s Legacy … Its all about his Legacy …24/7/365 … No matter what the joke is about

 

The Bill Clinton Legacy … He should have been a Stand Up Comedian

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(Vanderbilt – ‘06)

Bill Clinton is an amazing man who works incredibly hard on so many
things at once. Twenty-four-seven defending his Legacy, helping the
Mrs. determine the real source of her first name, stumping for Prop 87,
soliciting funds for well intentioned world-saving initiatives, making speeches, offering advice, and personally feeling all our pain. What a guy!  His wife may be running for a couple of jobs herself.

Bill Clinton’s legacy will always be remembered for his one liners of jokes and being the brunt of many jokes himself. What is most amazing is that in a post 9–11 world, former President Bill Clinton can make light of terrorism and illegal immigration as he did while campaigning for Senate candidate Ben Cardin in MD. How terrorism and illegal immigration can be made a joke just makes one wonder about the Democratic Party. Do they really take these issues seriously? Obviously not, stand up comedian Bill Clinton thinks the issues and positions that Democrats take are laughing matters.

 

(Watch Bill Clinton’s comedy routine … is it really a joking matter?)

Posted November 7, 2006 by
Bizarre, Fun, Politics | 15 comments


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    15 Responses to “Bill Clinton’s Legacy … Its all about his Legacy …24/7/365 … No matter what the joke is about”

    1. yoyo muffintop on November 7th, 2006 8:53 pm

      “when you try to run away from a terrorist…”
      That’s exactly what Clinton did!

      Chance that the Dems will take back the house and senate tonight – does this mean cut and run in Iraq? Oh boy…

    2. joe bear on November 7th, 2006 9:14 pm

      No,I think we will new house and senate leaders,Thats all.Joe

    3. justinsmama on November 7th, 2006 10:05 pm

      If I could, I would vote for him again.

    4. Kate on November 7th, 2006 10:11 pm

      The majority of voters in the United States feels that our current leaders have lost their vision. The direction we are going is just not working, and the anger in this country is apparent tonight. We can only hope that a new direction will be found, one that will bring a calmness to the citizens of the U.S., and beyond.

      There’s plenty of blame to go around, folks. Both parties should take a long, hard look at their share before ’08 elections!

    5. Patti on November 7th, 2006 10:33 pm

      I agree with Justin’s Mom… He was a good president, his
      wife now, that was a different matter. I think that she
      should have found the time to spend more leisurely and
      romantic moments with Bill…. afterall, it’s ALWAYS the
      womans fault that her man get a wandering eye…. would
      have saved us a lot of trouble.

      and this race… I don’t know who’s gonna win, but if its
      the Republicans, they’re cheating… take it from Hilary -

      She knows….????!?!?!?!?!!!!!

    6. Kate on November 7th, 2006 10:34 pm

      #3, I would do the same. Since I can’t, I hope to see Obama’s name on the ballot in ’08!

    7. justinsmama on November 7th, 2006 10:54 pm

      #6 I’m keeping my eye on Barack Obama. He looks promising.

    8. k on November 7th, 2006 11:49 pm

      IS former President Clinton a legend in his own mind? I guess it depends on what the meaning of “IS” is.

    9. Patti on November 8th, 2006 12:20 am

      Justin’s Mom:

      Clinton will always be the “PEOPLE’s PRESIDENT” and it
      probably be a verrrrry long time before we get another as
      good as he. We AAAAAAAAL loved him, no matter what and
      the good times that he provided for us will always be firmly
      placed in our minds… He was good.

      Pluuuuuus: He jogged!!!!!

    10. "NIKKI KNOWS" on November 8th, 2006 1:01 am

      ALL I KNOW IS THAT GAS IS WWWAAAAYYY TOO MUCH…& THAT CLINTON HAD TIME TO GET ….WHAT WE CALL “SPECIAL ATTENTION” & BALANCE THE BOOKS… SO WHY IS IT THAT BUSH ISN’T EVEN GETTING SATISFIED & HE STILL CANT DO HIS JOB???

      BUSH NEEDS TO DO WHAT’S BEST FOR THE COUNTRY AND NOT BRING FAMILY PROBLEMS INTO THE WHITE HOUSE ( DON’T BE MAD BECAUSE I DIDN’T BITE MY TOUNGE & YOU HAVE TO.)

      AS YOU KNOW MY MOTHER (PATTI) IS VERY OPINIONATED AS AM I. I AM NOT AFRAID TO STATE MY MIND & “SPEAK THE TRUTH” IF YOU WILL. IF YOU ARE A TRUE AMERICAN CITIZEN THEN YOU INFACT KNOW WHAT I AM SAYING IS THE TRUTH. AS A YOUNG YET WISE EIGHTEEN, I WAS TOUGHT ALOT IN GOVERMENT CLASS. AS YOU KNOW ALOT HAS CHANGED SINCE MANY OF YOU READING THIS WAS LAST IN A CLASS ROOM. THERFORE, TO ME I BELIEVE THAT IN SOME STRANGE WAY THAT I INFACT HAVE THE UPPER HAND.

      AS FAR AS WHAT MY MOM SAID, YES HILARY SHOULD HAVE INFACT SPENT MORE TIME WITH BILL. BUT THEN AGAIN, WHAT DO YOU GIVE A MAN THAT HAS EVERYTHING IN THE WORLD. THINK ABOUT IT, HE’S THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. NOW ASK YOURSELF THIS: IF THE PRESIDENT TOLD YOU TO PICK YOU POOP ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD, WOULD YOU DO IT?. I KNOW I WOULD. HE’S THE PRESIDENT. I’D DO ANYTHING FOR HIM!!!!!! MY MOTHER ALWAYS SAID ” BOY WILL BE BOYS”. I’LL TELL YOU ONE THING HE’S LUCKY SHE WAS HIS WIFE & NOT MYSELF, “CUZ I DON’T PLAY THAT SHYT”.

      LIKE MOTHER LIKE DAUGHTER……

    11. Skyboxx on November 8th, 2006 7:28 am

      Nancy P going down in History as the first House Leader. Well done Nancy, partisan politics aside.

      There are some curious indications now. For example Howard Dean. Clearly Hillary, Edwards and Obama have their sights on the 2008 presidential elections. But now DNC chief Dean and his people are saying “Whoa? I just delivered a power shift in the House and most likely the Senate. Not to mention all the governorships? He will spend the next two years calling in his markers as he announces his bid for the Presidency.

      The next two years will be made for TV hearings, gridlock and Bush Vetoing everything until Congress votes to shut down the government like the Reps did to Clinton in ’95, ’96, and again ’98. (if memory serves correctly)

      There will be talk of impeachment, calls for Rummys head on a platter and a lip service troop reduction in Iraq. But I fear gridlock on Social Security, Immigration, Education, etc.

      America spoke last night, they don’t like scandals (Foley, Dubai ports, etc) Dems get two years to show off their stuff or America will speak again. And I don’t necessarily mean back to Republicans. America has realized its power to vote and will vote in new every two years to four years if is has to (six in the Senate) just to be heard. One of our greatest tools is the power to VOTE.

    12. MIss-Underestimated on November 8th, 2006 2:07 pm

      Look what his reign did for cigars.

    13. k on November 8th, 2006 3:20 pm

      #12 ROFL

    14. Skyboxx on November 8th, 2006 9:03 pm

      Not everyone loved Bubba Clinton……….

    15. Patti on November 9th, 2006 12:04 am

      Dear Nikki Knows:::
      You’re right, your just like me. A little curvy on top,
      flat in the middle and when you make a statement, you
      make a STATEMENT!! I loved it!!!

      About Mrs. Bush, Honey, the word around here is that she
      doesn’t even do that anymore and he is just so DAMNED
      busy with this war that he created in his own mind, that;
      quite frankly, he can’t even get it uuuuuuuupp. So you
      know how that goes. I suppose that’s why she thinks they
      invented sleepin’ pills, as the eyes are getting quite
      heavy these days. Yep, all is quiet in the White House.

      “George… George…… GEORGE… will you please……..

      STOP GRRRrrrrriiinding your teeth, dear??.. dear??..DEAR!!!”

      Good-night and sleep tight…
      No ones worried but George tonight…….!!!****?*?*?*!*!*!

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