Did you ever hear this Bill Clinton speech?


Hypocrite: a person who acts in contradiction to his or her stated beliefs or feelings.

The Clinton’s are dissemblers, deceivers, and worse, they are sanctimonious about it all. Trump may have his faults but the above characteristics that have defined Clintonian politics for 30 years literally turn my stomach. Click below, but be certain you have already digested your breakfast lest it reappear.

https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4351026/clinton-1995-immigration-sotu

And thanks to HP for sending this to me.

Roy Filly

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3 Responses to Did you ever hear this Bill Clinton speech?

  1. That speech resembles so many of the Republican speeches; i.e., spoken well, but NO action.
    Hypocracy and dishonesty are so widespread and common that many (too many) folks seem unmoved by them today. The major media constant reiteration of it all has really had its far-reaching effects: This puts the Democrats ahead (so far). So far as I am concerned: TEARS!!

  2. Edward says:

    Why doesn’t someone from the Trump campaign make a campaign ad from this speech? Trump frustrates me so much; he misses many opportunities to effectively rebut Hillary. Instead of going after the Muslim Gold Star parents, he could have, in a subsequent speech, simply held up the federal statute authorizing the President to ban entry of any alien or groups of aliens that he considers a threat to national security or safety. He could have shown that Mr. Khizr Khan didn’t know what he was talking about when he so self-righteously held up the U.S. Constitution.

  3. Anne Malcolm says:

    Thank you, I have sent this to my lib, Hillary-supporting friends.

    @Edward – Yes I agree with your frustration but there’s just so much bombardment on a daily basis we can address. Which outrage, hypocrisy would you pick? Yes, just responding with this link in his Twitter would have been the best response to the deceptive Khans. This would indeed be a great ad and can still be uses. Why are OUR candidates supposed to be so perfect while we have criminal activity being conducted in open under our noses by the Clintons and Obama, yet country gives them a pass. But should a Republican candidate express one wayward word and somehow that is considered a game-changer that disqualifies him/her from office? And our fellow Republicans are the worst critics, expecting our side to play by the Marquise of Queensberry Rule while we combat Machiavelli.

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