The former President of the United States has a message for those of us hyper-violent Americans who can not distinguish between dissent (which used to be the ultimate form of patriotism until January 20, 2009) and blowing up a government building. He doesn’t say who he thinks those Americans are because…well, that takes more courage that boning an intern in the Oval Office and lying through his perfect teeth about it, now doesn’t it?

Forgive me if I don’t take his ever-so-seriously written editorial in what used to be the Paper of Record as worth more than birdcage lining. I find it impossible to consider Bill Clinton’s remembrance of the Oklahoma City bombing serious when he didn’t take it very seriously himself.

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10 Responses to “I Won’t Take A Lecture on Morals From Him Either”

  1. salvage says:

    What?! You mean a politician used politics?!!? You never ever see any GOP types doing that! No sir, Bush never used 9-11 in his campaign ads, never used it as leverage to get his war in Iraq (how's that going by the way? Find them WMD yet?) which he most certainly didn't use in any way for his own political means, it was MISSION ACCOMPLISHED all the way.

    It's weird how you only notice / get upset about this sort of thing when someone you didn't vote for does it.

    And here's the kicker, Limbaugh and the rest of the right-wing noise machine most certainly did contributed to the militia movement and they're doing it again. They keep on screeching about how Clinton / Obama is a Hitler and oppressing the American people, illegitimate President etc. And then they go "Huh?! Wha'd I do?" when someone takes them seriously enough to react with violence.

    Is it honest ignorance or just outright strategy? Doesn't really matter, the end result is the same.

    • Jimmie says:

      And here’s the kicker, Limbaugh and the rest of the right-wing noise machine most certainly did contributed to the militia movement and they’re doing it again. They keep on screeching about how Clinton / Obama is a Hitler and oppressing the American people, illegitimate President etc. And then they go “Huh?! Wha’d I do?” when someone takes them seriously enough to react with violence.

      Oh nonsense. No one has "reacted" with violence based on a darned thing Limbaugh has said. Right-wing, Tea Party violence as it has been predicted by the MSM is a flat-out myth.

  2. bandit says:

    I guess you missed the 8 yrs when Bush was prez. When you had movies, plays, TV shows showing or advocating that Bush be assasinated. Funny how Clinton and all these other loser POS didn't have any problem with that. Don't pretend you care about violence, you just want it to happen to the other side.

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  4. salvage says:

    >I guess you missed the 8 yrs when Bush was prez. When you had movies, plays, TV shows showing or advocating that Bush be assasinated.

    I guess I did, can you please enlighten me as to what these movies, plays and TV shows were with appropriate links?

    I do remember MoveOn's open contest having an entry (that was disqualified as soon as it was noticed) comparing Bush to Hilter and wingnuts going into a tizzy about it who now wave signs calling Obama Hilter.

    >Oh nonsense. No one has “reacted” with violence based on a darned thing Limbaugh has said.

    Not just Limbaugh as I said but the entire wingnut noise machine and I think McViegh did react with violence and the guys who were going to shoot up the cop funeral, what philosophy did they prescribe to? Anything in common with the Tea Party types?

    >predicted by the MSM is a flat-out myth.

    Um, not sure if you can predict a myth but can you please provide me with an example of how they did this? Last I heard the MSM described Tea Partiers as older, richer and White.

    • Jimmie says:

      I guess I did, can you please enlighten me as to what these movies, plays and TV shows were with appropriate links?

      Here you go. Not like it was hard to find. Took me ten seconds.

      FYI, it's not predominately the right comparing Obama to Hitler, but the left-wing LaRouche folks. Look that one up on Google, too.

      Not just Limbaugh as I said but the entire wingnut noise machine and I think McViegh did react with violence and the guys who were going to shoot up the cop funeral, what philosophy did they prescribe to? Anything in common with the Tea Party types?

      I know what you think, but you are incorrect.

      And, honestly, you don't want to play the "what do these groups have in common" game here. You really don't.

  5. salvage says:

    Um… so there are no "movies, plays and TV shows" then? Just protesters, tshirts and a book I've never heard of that isn't about Bush but rather "This wacky, weirdly enthralling exploration of the first three presidential assassinations."

    Try harder.

    >left-wing LaRouche folks

    That's nice, so you agree that the GOP makes Hitler comparisons, so you have the GOP noise machine calling someone Hitler over and over again and then you're surprised that there's violence? Can you find a left-wing Limbaugh type and not come crazy fringe like LaRouche calling Bush Hitler?

    >“what do these groups have in common” game here. You really don’t.

    Clearly I do.

  6. Tiffani says:

    Actually, there was a mockumentary movie called "Death of a President."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_a_President

    TV shows - nothing specific unless you're talking about any number of pundits or talking heads blathering on and on with Bush Derangement Syndrome

    There was a play, however, called "President and Man".

    "President and Man" begins a five-day run at The Duke on 42nd St. tonight as one of eight one-act plays staged by the Naked Angels Theater Company, whose members include Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick.

  7. salvage says:

    Oh yeah, I vaguely remember the "Death of a President" thing… didn't even make to the "Art House" level of theater.

    So, we've gone from "movies, plays and TV shows" to a movie that from what I can tell seemed to suggest that the assassination of Bush would have been a bad thing so not really sure if that counts.

    And did you notice that the whole country suffered from "Bush Derangement Syndrome"? That he was easily the most unpopular President in American history? Do you think it's possible that there may have been good reason to dislike him as the President? From two failed wars, a shattered economy and countless examples of grotesque incompetence?

    And the people screaming that Obama is Hitler at Tea Parties, is their criticism valid?

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