C’MON, WE ALREADY KNEW WHAT BILL REALLY THOUGHT ABOUT THE O-MAN ALL ALONG, DIDN’T WE?
“BARACK OBAMA IS AN AMATEUR. HE DOESN’T KNOW HOW TO BE PRESIDENT.”
I can already hear the obfuscation and requisite denials flowing from the loquacious lips of Bill Clinton. What else can a man do who remains the titular head of the Democratic Party, whose president is on the ropes – and whose wife is the O-man’s Secretary of State? Especially if that man is one William Jefferson Clinton? He can (and must) deny, obfuscate and perform yet another of his Houdini-like escapes from the proverbial dog house. Fortunately for Bill, he’s had lots of practice.
Fortunately for the rest of us, the damage is already done. Hell – Obama already hated the Clintons anyway; Bill’s latest indiscretion merely adds fuel to the fire. After all, it was bad form, wasn’t it? Wonderful – but bad form just the same.
Bill Clinton thought that Barack Obama was so “incompetent” last summer that he urged Hillary to resign as Secretary of State – and challenge O for the nomination in 2012. This is just one of the hysterical revelations detailed in a new biography of the O-man – “The Amateur” – by Edward Klein. Bill Clinton; never a dull moment.
Klein offers tantalizing details of a tense gathering at the Clintons’ Chappaqua, NY home last August that included longtime friends and daughter, Chelsea. Bill had watched the O-man for three years – and he’d obviously seen enough:
“Barack Obama is an amateur. He doesn’t know how to be president; he’s incompetent. The economy’s a mess; it’s dead flat. America has lost its Triple-A rating. You know better than Obama does.”
Klein writes that two of the guests present at the meeting said that Hillary strongly resisted Bill’s suggestion that she resign:
“Why risk everything now? “I want my term [at the State Department] to be an important one, and running away from it now would leave it as a footnote.”
However, as Monica Lewinsky, Jennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, Gina Gershon, and God only knows how many other women know, Bill Clinton is not overly fond of taking “no” for an answer.
“Because the country needs you! (Hell) – the country needs us!”
When Hillary suggested to her bloviating husband that she could always run in 2016, he boomed:
“I know you’re young enough! That’s not what I’m worried about. I’m worried that I’m not young enough.”
“I’m the highest-ranking member in Obama’s Cabinet. I eat breakfast with the guy every Thursday morning. What about loyalty, Bill? What about loyalty?”
Mr. Obvious shot back:
“Loyalty is a joke. Loyalty doesn’t exist in politics.”
Memo to Hillary: You actually asked Bill Clinton - Bill Clinton - “What about loyalty?” Damn, Hillary – you, of all people, should know exactly what Bill Clinton thinks about loyalty, should you not?
As to be expected, a Clinton spokesman dutifully dismissed the depiction of the exchange as “totally and completely false” – written by a “known liar,” while Klein defended his book as “factually sound.”
Let the fun begin. There’s nothing better than watching two thin-skinned, power-crazed liberals go at each other. Especially when their names are Barack Hussein Obama and William Jefferson Clinton.
Of course, the Obama Media Group sock puppets will skewer the author for having the audacity to portray their two favorite heroes in a bad light.