Bill Clinton

Vietnam era revisited (including Clinton's draft dodging)

I have been struck in past months, that whenever the subject of Vietnam comes up, it is evident that a HUGE amount of anger is still abroad in the U.S. over that era. We had the draft then, which we do not have now. The anger mostly resides in the boomer generation, whose young men were subject to said draft.

Did Barack Obama Campaign Threaten Life of Chelsea Clinton to Keep Parents Silent on Obama’s Ineligibility?

'Most people in the US, especially Democrats, believe that the Obama Birther Movement was started by Republicans and or the Tea Party. They believe it is a smear campaign aimed to tarnish the image of their hero of change. But they may be shocked to learn that the Birther Movement was actually started by former President Bill Clinton and Hillary back in 2008".
"President Bill Clinton said that Obama was not eligible to be president because of his lack of birth records. Bill Clinton has often said that he would go public with the information when the time was right".

Letter-to-the-Editor Toledo Blade

Federal reps fail the middle class
http://toledoblade.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20091111/OPINION03/911...
In 1991, James Carville coined the phrase "It's the economy, stupid" when Bill Clinton ran against George H.W. Bush. It was effective and Mr. Clinton won.

Well, President Obama, "It's jobs, not health care" that is the number one issue on people's minds. Month after month, the media try to get us to believe the economy is getting better as more and more of my friends and family lose jobs.

Why I don't feel bad that Obama won and my odd sense of optimism

When Bill Clinton was elected I was truly concerned for the country, but the election of Obama is different. The loss of McCain brings a bit of relief, a relief that maybe I won't have to apologize for being a Republican (e.g. the out of control spending, stance on immigration and the bailout). I feel comfort and optimism that maybe things can be set right and that we can feel proud like in 1994 when Republicans won based on solid values.

Bill Clinton, in an interview, says a Governor has more experience than Obama

From an interview with former President Bill Clinton by Bloomberg, Bubba says that a Governor is far more experienced to be President than Obama is. So, according to Bubba Clinton, the Republican Presidential candidate is more experienced than Barak Obama AND the Republican Vice-Presidential candidate is more experienced than Barak Obama.

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