Bill Clinton: ‘Obama must kiss my ass’ 4

That  ‘horrible primate’ Bill Clinton (to quote Christopher Hitchens’s description of him) says that Obama will have to ‘kiss my ass’ if he wants his support.

Read about it in this article published by a British newspaper – it may not appear in an American one.

Access seems to be blocked. Find the article in The Daily Telegraph
today, Saturday June 28 2008.

Posted under Uncategorized by Jillian Becker on Saturday, June 28, 2008

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  • Anti Obamamanian

    Couldn’t he thought of a better slogan? ‘Change’ is such an old cliche. If asked what change means Obama will simply avoid answering the question like he always does. His voters don’t need to know nor want to know what he means by change.

    As for Bill Clinton and Obama, I am so glad he said “Obama must kiss my ass.” I hope the conflict between them will separate the democratic party, ensuring a McCain victory.

    As for the voters who are voting for Obama purely because he is black, they are racist. Just as racist as someone who votes for McCain because he’s white.

  • Will

    Agreed.

    I found this quote recently

    “So I think (Obama) definitely has convinced people that he stands for change and for hope, and I can’t wait to see what he stands for.” — Susan Sarandon

    That’s what I dislike about Obama and his supporters. We don’t know what he’s going to do because all he talks about is “Change!” What exactly is this change? It’s a shame that so many people are going to blindly vote based on that word. They just want to see what “change” he offers, pretty BS in my opinion.

  • Jillian Becker

    I agree with you about Obama. But Clinton! Peace in those years? What about the entirely unjustified (and illegal in the same sense as the Iraq war has been called illegal) wars in ex-Yugoslavia? And what about the scandal-ridden White House, and the shame brought on the office of the presidency? I found that disgusting. As for the race card, millions of people are apparently intending to vote for Obama precisely because he is black.

  • Gina

    Kudos to Bill Clinton. It disgusted me how the Obama campaign discredited Bill Clinton and used the race card against him. Clinton was a good President for 8 years. A President who accomplished a great deal, including 8 years of peace and prosperity. Obama is an upstart who hasn’t really accomplished anything, except packaging himself, selling himself to the American public, and trying to buy the Presidency. Obama and his supporters have no credibility, they will say and do anything to get elected.