Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Now President of Fellatio Against Humanitarian Liberation

Impeached murderer Bill Clinton took a page out of his wife's play book yesterday when he claimed he was against the war "from the beginning."

The New York Times, taking a quick break from its flaming liberalism, has called out the former commander-in-grief for lying to the American public. Clinton, the second worst president in our history (behind the impotent Jimmy Carter) claims that although he "spoke supportively about the 2002 Senate resolution that authorized military action against Iraq," it "would have been inappropriate at the time for him, a former president, to oppose — in a direct, full-throated manner — the sitting president’s military decision."

He was against having sex with that woman before he did it.

He was against killing all those innocent people in Waco before he did it.

He was against spending eight years letting bin Laden get away before he did it.

He was against turning the oval office into a whore house before he did it.

He was against pulling the troops out of Somalia, creating an Islamofascist haven before he did it.

He was for the Iraq War before he was against it.

If there aren't enough good reasons to keep Hillary from office, consider this.

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