Clinton throws a tantrum

Sunday, September 24, 2006
FNC comes on at 6pm here and so I just watched the infamous interview between Chris Wallace and Bill Clinton.

I am at a loss for words. Clinton acted like someone who forgot his meds. Paranoid, delusions of persecution and grandeur, belligerent, and just plain mean.

11 comments:

Luther McLeod said...

Clinton is at heart an actor. He has been very successful at giving (some) people what they wish to see. Given his history, the fact that he is in the national consciousness at all, at this late date, is reflective of a certain 'wishful' nature in the national politic. He has no shame, no embarrassment, no sense of propriety as to his past actions. Not a semblance of response to the greater good. A perfect illustration of the nadir of Egoism.

MeaninglessHotAir said...

Pefect for his audience!

chuck said...

Clinton is at heart an actor.

I've come to think of him as the great seducer. Sometimes that requires good acting too!

Luther McLeod said...

You may have nailed it there Chuck. Pun, most certainly, intended. Seduction being his raison d'etre. No matter the object of same, just the conquest, that is/was the goal.

Skookumchuk said...

I just got back from a party where perhaps one third of the guests were liberal Democrats. I overheard enough to get the impression that they thought he did well. Whatever that means.

I agree he is at heart an actor, or a salesman, and that he is reflective of a certain wishful nature in the national psyche.

I have known a few people in my life who are salesmen to the degree that the only human interactions which they value in some way must involve persuasion and selling. There always has to be a sale in progress. So they can never stop doing the only thing they know how to do.

Syl said...

Sorry.

I can't get at the politics because of my gut reaction whenever I see Clinton.

The idea of having sex with that man disgusts me in a visceral way.

I can't get past that.

:)

JB said...

It's a PsychoBilly Freakout!

terrye said...

skook:

And that is why they keep losing elections. They do not know how crazy they look.

I am ready for my close up Mr.DeMille.

Knucklehead said...

Reminds me of when a parent expresses disappointment over a low grade on a report card. Out comes the defensive tirade about all the other good grades, the demands upon time, how the parent is never satisfied, how the child aced some mid-term for some other course, the teacher is a nidiot, nobody did well in that course....

Adolescents are like that.

David Thomson said...

It is obvious that Karl Rove slipped Bill Clinton a few bucks under the table. Last week he even bribed the pope. Rove is truly a disgusting person.

ex-democrat said...

me too, syl, me too.