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Horse with no Name Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-24-07 11:30 AM
Response to Reply #39
41. Don't give up your day job
because you really aren't that funny. I'm positive I'm not the only one who has told you that though.
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  -Keep in mind that Bill Clinton helped to resurrect a legacy for George HW Bush Horse with no Name  Oct-24-07 09:27 AM   #0 
  - I LOVE a good conspiracy theory. If the Clintons are that smart/organized, they should be in the WH  MookieWilson   Oct-24-07 09:32 AM   #1 
  - Just another rephrasing of the Bush Clinton Bush Clinton meme.  aquart   Oct-24-07 09:36 AM   #5 
  - as we should for those who do everything to enable  Horse with no Name   Oct-24-07 09:38 AM   #9 
  - It's not a "meme"  JackRiddler   Oct-24-07 09:55 AM   #23 
  - You mean that corrrupt?  sendero   Oct-28-07 06:58 AM   #69 
  - Beyond belief.  aquart   Oct-24-07 09:34 AM   #2 
  - I have put out my eyes so that I don't run the risk of even looking at a Conservative  bryant69   Oct-24-07 09:35 AM   #4 
  - I certainly don't sleep with my enemies  Horse with no Name   Oct-24-07 09:37 AM   #7 
     - Bush is President. HE appointed Clinton and his father to represent the U.S.  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 09:43 AM   #15 
     - Clinton has never viewed Republicans as enemies. Listen to him talk sometime.  mondo joe   Oct-24-07 09:44 AM   #16 
     - I think this is why some DUers are so suspicious of him. They want him  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 09:51 AM   #20 
        - Sure. But - I agree - thats just not who he is. There's a reason he was very popular  mondo joe   Oct-24-07 09:52 AM   #21 
        - Clinton is one of those rare birds who doesn't let politics..  Virginia Dare   Oct-24-07 09:59 AM   #29 
        - I'm not sure that "it's all just a game to him." I think it's that he's  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 12:02 PM   #42 
        - The political part, not the public service part..  Virginia Dare   Oct-24-07 12:11 PM   #48 
        - That's why...  sendero   Oct-28-07 07:02 AM   #70 
        - Clinton's nature. I'm happy for you that you got that pegged.  Whisp   Oct-24-07 07:36 PM   #61 
     - For one, Bush appointed Clinton and his father  Hippo_Tron   Oct-25-07 04:35 AM   #66 
  - Bill Clinton wanted to be President. Not Activist-in-Chief.  mondo joe   Oct-24-07 09:34 AM   #3 
  - Translate into English?  aquart   Oct-24-07 09:36 AM   #6 
     - Bill Clinton is a mainstream Democrat. He wanted to be President. He is not,  mondo joe   Oct-24-07 09:42 AM   #14 
        - NAFTA was not "mainstream Democrat". Nor was his welfare "reform".  WinkyDink   Oct-24-07 10:00 AM   #30 
           - nor was the telecom act of 1996.  QuestionAll   Oct-24-07 11:20 AM   #40 
           - You're assuming that "mainstream" equals liberal.  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 12:03 PM   #43 
  - Yeah, the whole "yin & yang" thing they have going is creepy.  Dhalgren   Oct-24-07 09:38 AM   #8 
  - I get that impression too. I never understood why there would be  wienerdoggie   Oct-24-07 09:39 AM   #11 
  - The Clintons are behaving like gracious people who expect the best in others,  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 09:47 AM   #17 
     - So many people here want Dems to behave as Gingrich, Armey did. Not I. nt  MookieWilson   Oct-24-07 09:50 AM   #19 
     - Don't forget - a lot of DUers are just waiting for "the revolution" and aren't  mondo joe   Oct-24-07 09:56 AM   #25 
        - "working in the system"?  Horse with no Name   Oct-24-07 10:33 AM   #37 
           - Case in point. Don't expect presidents to lead a revolution.  mondo joe   Oct-24-07 11:12 AM   #38 
     - Bush has destroyed this country precisely because he has been  Dhalgren   Oct-24-07 10:02 AM   #32 
        - You're right that Bush's motives are now clear. But Clinton was able to help the  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 12:08 PM   #44 
        - Exactly...  sendero   Oct-28-07 07:05 AM   #71 
  - Why did Clinton go? He was trying to help the TSUNAMI VICTIMS, not Bush, Sr.  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 09:38 AM   #10 
  - I understand that  Horse with no Name   Oct-24-07 09:40 AM   #13 
     - The cause transcended political division.  TwilightZone   Oct-24-07 09:49 AM   #18 
     - Why allow Poppy? Who said he had a choice? Bush invited him AND Poppy  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 09:54 AM   #22 
  - Jr's buddies and beliefs are at odds with Pappy's crowd....  Didereaux   Oct-24-07 09:40 AM   #12 
  - My personal view is that it's more about mutual respect...  Virginia Dare   Oct-24-07 09:56 AM   #24 
  - Um... what did Bush ever do to take the Clintons down?  JackRiddler   Oct-24-07 09:58 AM   #27 
     - Poppy Bush...  Virginia Dare   Oct-24-07 10:01 AM   #31 
     - That's a pretty weak association...  JackRiddler   Oct-24-07 10:23 AM   #34 
        - Don't forget the Moon connection...  Virginia Dare   Oct-24-07 10:31 AM   #36 
     - Don't you remember? The whole Rethug crowd was beside themselves that  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 12:11 PM   #47 
        - I don't know -  JackRiddler   Oct-24-07 03:47 PM   #57 
           - I think that Clinton pretending to be buddy-buddy with Poppy is  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 06:48 PM   #59 
              - Sorry if I think that face value is a value  JackRiddler   Oct-24-07 07:25 PM   #60 
  - Now I've said that Clinton is the son Poppy always wanted, but I don't hold the  WI_DEM   Oct-24-07 09:57 AM   #26 
  - I don't understand the coziness. Father/Son wannabe's, whatever. Poppy is still the son  WinkyDink   Oct-24-07 09:58 AM   #28 
  - Yeah, and still an un-indicted former President too....  Virginia Dare   Oct-24-07 10:12 AM   #33 
  - The coziness is in your mind, planted there by the spin of the media.  pnwmom   Oct-24-07 12:16 PM   #50 
     - No, not real at all....  Ghost in the Machine   Oct-24-07 07:58 PM   #62 
  - Bill Clinton and George Sr. were asked as former Presidents to  Arkansas Granny   Oct-24-07 10:29 AM   #35 
  - ITA!!!  LeftishBrit   Oct-24-07 12:13 PM   #49 
  - It's even worse than you can imagine  cuke   Oct-24-07 11:18 AM   #39 
  - Don't give up your day job  Horse with no Name   Oct-24-07 11:30 AM   #41 
  - IMO there are some things beyond politics  LeftishBrit   Oct-24-07 12:09 PM   #45 
  - OH MY GOD.  yibbehobba   Oct-24-07 12:10 PM   #46 
  - It doesn't surprise me in the LEAST that that is what YOU took  Horse with no Name   Oct-24-07 01:28 PM   #53 
  - So I'm a Hillary apologist now, eh?  yibbehobba   Oct-25-07 04:18 AM   #64 
  - They also appeared together at a couple of Super Bowls  JackRiddler   Oct-24-07 03:41 PM   #56 
  - Ah yes...don't vote for Hillary because  Marrah_G   Oct-24-07 12:25 PM   #51 
  - not to bounce you off your soapbox  Horse with no Name   Oct-24-07 01:24 PM   #52 
     - So when Clinton was asked by the Bushes to help out the tsunami victims..  Virginia Dare   Oct-24-07 01:36 PM   #55 
  - I'm no fan of Hillary, yet this isn't a reason that I won't vote for her  tammywammy   Oct-24-07 01:34 PM   #54 
  - New odd couple: Hillary Clinton and Newt Gingrich  Disturbed   Oct-24-07 03:59 PM   #58 
  - I know...UnFuckingReal..  zidzi   Oct-24-07 08:01 PM   #63 
  - Give me a fucking break...  Hippo_Tron   Oct-25-07 04:29 AM   #65 
  - Bill Clinton supported Tsunami relief efforts  Anarcho-Socialist   Oct-28-07 03:00 AM   #67 
  - The important thing is always to be attacking Democrats. Never Republicans. Just Democrats.  Perry Logan   Oct-28-07 06:46 AM   #68 

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