Former President Bill Clinton warned a group of top Democratic donors at a private Saturday meeting not to underestimate the passions that gun control stirs among many Americans. “Do not patronize the passionate supporters of your opponents by looking down your nose at them,” Clinton said. “A lot of these people live in a world very different from the world lived in by the people proposing these things,” Clinton said. “I know because I come from this world." Headline split by Staff.
Why MUST we hear from this pile of phlegm once or more times every single week. "We´ll because he´s in the news." If the newspapers would stop writing about him, then he´d no longer be in the news now, would he?
“A lot of these people … all they’ve got is their hunting and their fishing,” he told the Democratic financiers. “Or they’re living in a place where they don’t have much police presence. Or they’ve been listening to this stuff for so long that they believe it all.”
The comments following the article are interesting. Liberals who see themselves as very intelligent, better than everyone else and oh so sophisticated are convinced that the Government should be running every aspect of our lives. The two views contradict each other. I don´t know of even one politician at any level of government who I think is smart enough to run my life.
slick willy down fall started with the 94 aw ban cost him the house and senate and they belive that it cost al gore the wh in2000 dingy harry is terified of his libritards cousing the same thing in 2014 obama is to aragant to realise this and that will be his down fall
The "opponents" better stop thinking that future elections will be anywhere close to legal. They won´t be unless the "opponents" figure out someway to stop the dismantling of our election system as it is today. We need to go back to voting on voting day & a thumb dipped in India ink.
# 5... I remember that well......with tears running down my face I watch the incursion of the tank into the building and then the fire on live T.V......insane, utterly senseless......this was my government ?.....then Clinton got Janet Reno to take full responsibility .......tragedy at Waco..........
Hatred of the gun culture is not about guns. The centuries old set of middle American values is the final obstacle on the road to collectivization. Zippy has let this slip out with his infamous "clinging to guns and god" comment. Bubba knows this only too well...
This is something of an aside, but I was at Parkland Hospitalin Dallas as a student and several of us ran up to the roof to observe the mediflight arrival when they brought in the overflow burn patients from Waco.
They come from "his world"? Is he serious? Clinton is an elitist and can´t stay out of the spotlight. He and Obama have a lot in common. What is it with these egocentric, arrogant, psychotic democrats? Ugh!
Everyman Clinton. All things to all leftists. Perpetually rehabilitated, elevated and projected as the sage- for-any-stage by a lapdog media and big Hollywood to lead the sheeple to the Dim´s next savior.
Give the Man a Cigar! After all HE IS Father of the year don´t ya know.Buba reminds me of a cheezy Dude that Hawks Dart Games at a Carnival. He ordered the Folks at Waco to be Murdered in cold blood and now he thinks we should let up on the gun Nuts.Please let me know when you Folks have had enough of this crap. I will gladly help you round them up.
Amazing isn´t it? Obama orders armed guards for life for all ex-presidents, but we are supposed todo without. He is a pure coward. What about the cougar that slammed a deer against the wall under my bedroom window?
A provision of President Barack Obama’s health-care reforms requiring group insurance plans to cover contraceptives violates the constitutional right to religious freedom, a federal appeals court in Washington said. A three-judge panel ruled yesterday in a lawsuit filed by two brothers who are Catholic and, on religious grounds, excluded coverage for contraceptives from the health plans of their produce-distribution companies in violation of the Patient Proctection and Affordable Care Act. “We must determine whether the contraceptive mandate imposed by the act trammels the right of free exercise -— a right that lies at the core of our constitutional liberties -—
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Sharyl Attkisson, the Emmy award-winning investigative reporter, is in talks to leave CBS News ahead of contract, POLITICO has learned. Sources familiar with the situation cite disputes between Attkisson and network executives, including CBS Evening News executive producer Patricia Shevlin, as the cause for the talks, though the specific issues could not be confirmed. "I am under contract at CBS and I have not quit," Attkisson told POLITICO in a written statement. She declined to comment further. CBS News declined to comment; a request to speak with Shevlin was redirected to the press office.
It’s a cliché, of course, but it really is true: in Washington, every scandal has a crime and a coverup. The ongoing debate about the attack on the United States facility in Benghazi where four Americans were killed, and the Obama Administration’s response to it, is no exception. For a long time, it seemed like the idea of a coverup was just a Republican obsession. But now there is something to it. On Friday, ABC News’s Jonathan Karl revealed the details of the editing process
There has been a lot written about a Politico piece that ran Wednesday in the wake of a Washington Post profile of CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson. The Post profile was mostly positive, painting the picture of an intrepid reporter willing to take on the story of a terrorist attack in Libya in the face of enormous pushback from the Obama White House. The Politico piece, however, was nothing more than unsubstantiated gossip meant only to tarnish Attkisson.
As House Republicans piece together the events in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 11, 2012, that led to the death of four Americans, the focus has fallen on the talking points the Obama administration used to describe the attack in the days following. [Snip] While the White House says the changes were merely stylistic, the changes suggest administration officials were interested in sparing the State Department from political criticism in the wake of the attack. CBS News has learned there was a flurry of approximately 100 interagency government emails on Sept. 14 and Sept. 15
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When I was a kid, I knew two different Santa Clauses. The first had a fat belly, rosy cheeks, a long white beard, and skin as pink as bubble gum. He was omnipresent, visiting my pre-school and the local mall, visible in all of my favorite Christmas specials. Then there was the Santa in my family’s household, in the form of ornaments, cards, and holiday figurines. A near-carbon copy of the first one—big belly, rosy cheeks, long white beard: check, check, check. But his skin was as dark as mine. Seeing two different Santas was bewildering. Eventually I asked my father what
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