Friday, November 19, 2004


Peter Jennings Grilling A Clinton Burger

Peter Jennings interviewed Bill Clinton recently. Predictably, Clinton is still suffering from delusions of grandeur, denial of his entire presidency and revisionist history. The interesting thing is that after the election and with the rise of Fox News who now rivals the three biggies for viewers, Peter Jennings is trying to get in on the conservative bandwagon. I've been waiting for the MSM to realize that they are loosing huge amounts of viewers to the internet and Fox News by continuing to lean -and even support - left. If you were alive during the Clinton Presidency read the whole interview and then ask yourself - is this Bill Clinton we are talking about? If you don't remember the whole eight years of 60's partying, politics and partisanship which went on in the white house, just read how Bill remembers his presidency and then think of the exact opposite.

Jennings told him that historians ranked him second to last of all presidents in
terms of moral authority.
Squinting his eyes, an angry Clinton seethed, "You
don't want to go here. Not after what you people did. And the way you - your
network - what you did with Kenneth Starr. The way your people repeated every
little sleazy thing he did. No one has any idea of what that's like."
amazing exchange came after Clinton at first claimed he didn't care about the
verdict of historians.

"I had more support from the world when I quit
than when I started," he claimed. "And I will go to my grave being at peace
about it. And I don't really care about what [the historians] think."

Immediately, Jennings challenged Clinton, all but calling him a liar.

"Oh, yes you do . . . Excuse me, Mr. President. I can feel it across the
room. You care very deeply."

Jennings' challenge sent Clinton into a
thinly veiled rage, prompting him to threaten, "You don't want to go here,

What color is the sky in Clintons world?


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