Thursday, June 13, 2013

Bill Clinton's Newest Linguistic Trick

By, Chris Rossini

Former President Bill Clinton, who was able to look straight into camera and say "it depends upon what the meaning of the word 'is' is," has returned with a new linguistic trick.

Never one to shy away from dropping bombs on a foreign nation, Clinton is now urging Obama to act more forcefully in Syria. He's explicitly siding with Senator John McCain!

Politico reports:
“Some people say, ‘Okay, see what a big mess it is? Stay out!’ I think that’s a big mistake. I agree with you about this,” Clinton told McCain during an event for the McCain Institute for International Leadership in Manhattan Tuesday night.
Even though getting involved will end up being a total loser, Obama should just give it that old college try:
“Sometimes it’s just best to get caught trying, as long as you don’t overcommit — like, as long as you don’t make an improvident commitment.”
Yes...the American public is overwhelmingly against intervention.

So what?

Obama should just apply some Clintonian gymnastics to the poll results if they contradict what the Empire wants:
“What the American people are saying when they tell you not to do these things, they’re not telling you not to do these things.”
Go ahead, read it again. It's Slick Willy at his finest.

According to Clinton, here's what the overwhelming opposition really means:
"I don’t mean that a leader should go out of his way or her way to do the unpopular thing, I simply mean when people are telling you ‘no’ in these situations, very often what they’re doing is flashing a giant yellow light and saying, ‘For God’s sakes, be careful, tell us what you’re doing, think this through, be careful.”
This is too easy

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  1. See Barry, thats how a colossal jackass does it.

  2. "The McCain Institute for International Leadership"

    Sorta makes you choke to death on your own vomit, no? But in the same spirit, how about:

    The Obama Institute for For Upholding the Constitution

    The Eric Holder Institute for For Equality Under the Law

    The Bernanke Institute for For Sound Financial Policy

    You can kind of go on and on...