Sunday, October 28, 2007

Ford: Clinton a Sex Addict

Certainly this comes as no surprise to anyone who's ever seen Bill Clinton in action. Except maybe his adoring wife, who was shocked to find out he was being serviced by a fat intern, and blamed it on the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy.
Gerald Ford was disturbed by Bill Clinton's skirt-chasing ways - and thought he should check into a sex addiction clinic.

A new book on the late 38th President reveals he had strong views about the Clintons: He thought Hillary wore the pants and that Bill couldn't keep his zipped.

"He's sick - he's got an addiction. He needs treatment," Ford told Daily News Washington Bureau Chief Thomas M. DeFrank, author of "Write It When I'm Gone: Remarkable Off-the-Record Conversations with Gerald R. Ford."
Of course, Clinton never got any treatment, and he and his wife continue merrily along, lying through their teeth each and every day.
"I'll tell you one thing: He didn't miss one good-looking skirt at any of the social occasions," Ford said later.

"He's got a wandering eye, I'll tell you that. Betty had the same impression; he isn't very subtle about his interest."

Nevertheless, when the Monica Lewinsky sex-and-perjury scandal erupted and barreled toward impeachment, Ford was willing to help Clinton - to a point.

After the House voted to impeach Clinton but before the Senate's decision on whether to convict him, the sitting President phoned the ex-President.

"He said he needed my help and wanted to know if I could help," Ford recalled not long after.

Ford had written two Op-Ed pieces in which he called for Clinton to admit he had lied to federal investigators in exchange for censure over impeachment.

He told Clinton that he would help him, if he agreed to such a deal.

"Bill I think you have to admit that you lied. If you do that, I think that will help - and I'll help you. If you'll admit to perjury, I'll do more," he said.

"I won't do that," Clinton told him. "I can't do that."

Ford was stunned by Clinton's lack of contrition. "It's a character flaw," he concluded.
Meanwhile, these two charlatans were up in Harlem Saturday campaigning at a church, which is always condemned when Republicans do it, but just fine for Democrats. Naturally, they kept up their habitual lying, something the both of them are addicted to.
Sen. Clinton - greeted with a standing ovation and a maroon-robed choir singing "Victory is Mine" when she took the pulpit - said it was time to return America "to the basics" of providing jobs and revitalizing the economy.

"Let's end the cronyism and the no-bid contracts," she said, as she attacked the Bush administration for marginalizing the middle class, children and other groups.

"This president is perfectly happy to give no-bid contracts to Halliburton while he vetoes health care for children in America," she said.
Of course, it was Bill Clinton who doled out no-bid contracts to Halliburton long before the current president did, but let's not let the facts get in the way.

Rather than perpetuating the myth of an Iraqi civil war, she might also want to read up on what is actuially happening there, not that she cares.

UPDATE: Gateway Pundit links. Thanks!

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