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**Written by Doug Powers The biggest concern of the current administration is whether or not they’ll be able to serve a second term, but maybe Bill Clinton’s doing some longer range planning on behalf of Hillary: Presidents should be allowed to serve more than two terms in office, Bill Clinton said Tuesday, adding that such […]
**Written by Doug Powers Is this an honest change of heart from the President of the World, or do Bill and Hill have 2012 in their sights and are starting to do more cold and calculated angling than Babe Winkelman at the Tip-Up Town festival? From Politico: Former President Bill Clinton said Friday that delays […]
**Written by Doug Powers How did Richard Dreyfuss end up not being involved in this? Former presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush will serve as honorary chairmen of a new center at the University of Arizona that will focus on civility in political debate, university officials will announce Monday. The National Institute for Civil […]
**Written by Doug Powers And no, it’s not the one that probably popped into your head first. The thrill up Chris Matthews’ leg has developed a wandering eye: With a script and a dramatic voice over befitting a trailer for the latest superhero movie out of Hollywood, one of the first promos for Chris Matthews’ […]
Clinton Takes Charge; Obama Takes a Powder — Update: Clinton Stance on ‘Bush Tax Cuts’ Changed From 2004
I’m so very back!
**Written by Doug Powers If you’re in a bookstore this weekend and hear alleged adults giggling like a Code Pink party when the cake finally arrives, it’s just these clowns re-arranging the shelves: The special relationship is being turned on its head, with US peace activists following the lead of their British counterparts to launch […]
Thousands of open “enthusiasm gaps”
**Written by Doug Powers It’s certainly not a good sign, at least for 20-point-down governor wannabe Virg Bernero here in Michigan, when you have a rally in a high school gym featuring a former president in a city that allegedly loves him — a week before a major election — and the turnout is horrendous: […]
**Written by Doug Powers In the past couple of years there has been a concerted effort to destroy the theater. First an Obama stage horror called Hope: The Musical, and now an opera about Bill Clinton: Everything sounds better when set to music, though on might argue that President Bill Clinton’s life story has been […]
**Written by guest-blogger Doug Powers Question: How many snickers, snorts, winks and nudges were there in the church when “pastor” Clinton got to the part about “forsaking all others”? Place your bets: Bill Clinton is not giving away his daughter Chelsea’s hand in marriage for another three weeks. But he is going to get a […]
**Written by guest-blogger Doug Powers Speaking at Robert Byrd’s memorial service, in typical Bill Clinton style, Bubba didn’t run from the KKK past of the late West Virginia Senator, but rather with it. In the process, Clinton trivialized Byrd’s onetime membership in an organziation that lynched black people: Former President Bill Clinton explained the late […]
Something cold, something Hsu, something burrowed, something blew
**Written by guest-blogger Doug Powers Tis the season for giving instead of receiving… for a change: The problem for Bill and the Obama administration is that “job offer” might have saved its clothes in a closet and told a friend about it. The White House is now hoping everybody believes that they were unaware Sestak […]
**Written by guest-blogger Doug Powers Bill Clinton met with President Obama yesterday — reportedly to discuss how to handle damage control from the oil spill in the Gulf — but it’s a good guess that a heaping helping of “getting our stories straight” was the featured item on the lunch menu: President Obama’s chief of […]
Because When You’re Seeking Advice on Damage Control After an Embarrassing Spill, Experience Matters
Who ya gonna call?
Culture of Corruption.
“Bill and I, between us, had 50 years of education but we could not get the coconut open.”