Clinton Vs. Fox...

Video HERE in case you missed it.

I know I'm behind on this, but I wanted to comment. I caught part of this while I was in Minneapolis and was caught off guard. First, I'm not a big Bill Clinton fan. Sure, he's a far cry from Dubya, but he's a politician and is therefore subject to skepticism. Plus, even though I think the whole Monica thing was irrelevant and a big distraction from more important things, it doesn't change the fact that he was STUPID for thinking that he could get away with it in this day and age. It could have all been avoided if he would have just settled for jerking off until he was out of office.

It was very refreshing to see someone, especially an ex-president, stand up to these guys and show a little spine. However, if people think that this will be some sort of watershed moment, I have my doubts. I think it will ultimately prove to be a win-win for both sides. For the Fox Fux, they will get to crow incessantly that Clinton became unhinged and that he's protesting too much (already happening). To them, this surely means he's guilty. The democratic opposition will get some fire in their bellies after seeing that it's alright to stand up to our idiot media. Finally they'll get to feel like their side isn't made up of a bunch of equivocating milquetoasts. Let's hope they don't relent.

In the meantime, the rest of us can sit back and laugh at the shenanigans and gamesmanship and continue to pray for the day when our world figures out we should try electing non-religious people for a change.


Anonymous said...

I was actually thinking about you as I watched Bill O'Reilly talk about this on Good Morning America as I drank my coffee in Boston. I figured that was just too much shit to pass up, and I grew concerned when I saw you wrote nothing about it.

I'm glad all is right with the world now.

Jenny Jenny Flannery said...

Frank, you took the words right out of my mouth.

Some Guy said...

Frank & Flannery-How about "ball-less scrotums"?
Amy-Have no fear. I'm on top of things.

Anonymous said...

You don't really think politicians are faithful to their wives do you? That Clinton was the exception to the rule that they are? For reals?