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(ET Online)   Bill Clinton to visit "The View" for the first time ever. Coincidentally, that day he'll also get a dressing room hummer from Joy Behar for the first time ever   (etonline.com) divider line 44
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2008-09-18 02:26:26 PM
He gets a 'special' basket in his dressing room.

5 condoms, a bottle astroglide, and a Rush Limbaugh cigar.
 
2008-09-18 03:57:32 PM
McStinky: He gets a 'special' basket in his dressing room.

5 condoms, a bottle astroglide, and a Rush Limbaugh cigar.


Apparently Baba Wawa's lube of choice is Astroglide.

/true, if you believe kathy griffin
 
2008-09-18 04:08:45 PM
FTH: "...the first time ever"

Is that opposed to just "the first time"?
 
2008-09-18 04:18:16 PM
NightOwl2255: FTH: "...the first time ever"

Is that opposed to just "the first time"?


Best comment EVAR!!!!111!11!!
 
2008-09-18 04:21:59 PM
thanks for the mental imagery subby. I was wondering what my lunch would look like after 4 hours sitting in my stomach, now I know.
 
2008-09-18 04:27:39 PM
According to that Vanity Fair article from a few years back, ol' Bill's a bigger poon hound than ever. In fact, the plane he travels in now has been affectionately code-named "Air fark One."
 
2008-09-18 04:54:55 PM
I'm sure the ladies will treat him in the same condescending, mocking, hostile manner that McCain enjoyed...
 
2008-09-18 05:10:39 PM
BravadoGT: I'm sure the ladies will treat him in the same condescending, mocking, hostile manner that McCain enjoyed...

I'm sure they won't, and rightly so. Like him or not, the fact remains that Clinton presided over the longest sustained period of peace and prosperity in this country's history. And being as McCain is one of Bush's little yes-men sycophants, there's no reason to believe he won't continue to policies that have left this country morally and financially bankrupt should he find his way into the oval office.

And no, Clinton wasn't perfect. But the fact that some Neocons still stack his handful of personal failings against the overflowing 55-gallon drum of Bush's governmental failings and give the edge to their guy is immeasurably infuriating.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Clinton farked an intern a couple of times. Bush has bent this whole country over the table for the last eight years.

/looking forward to seeing Elizabiatch Hasselbarf's head explode
 
2008-09-18 05:18:46 PM
MaxxLarge:

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Clinton farked an intern a couple of times committed perjury. Bush has bent this whole country over the table for the last eight years.

/looking forward to seeing Elizabiatch Hasselbarf's head explode

I, along with many others, don't care about the sexin' going on. It's the perjury that bothered me. And, yes, Bush is a gigantic load of fail.
 
2008-09-18 05:26:15 PM
BravadoGT: I'm sure the ladies will treat him in the same condescending, mocking, hostile manner that McCain enjoyed...

The cackling coffee clutch really got to you guys, didn't they?
 
2008-09-18 06:16:26 PM
BravadoGT: I'm sure the ladies will treat him in the same condescending, mocking, hostile manner that McCain enjoyed deserved...

FTFY. I know you don't like unrepentant liars being called out on it, but hey, that's probably because you're just as dishonest.
 
2008-09-18 06:29:05 PM
DeCypher44: I, along with many others, don't care about the sexin' going on. It's the perjury that bothered me.

Well, if lying bothers you that much, I'm going to assume you're an Obama supporter. McCain's dishonesty has gotten so bad even Time and Karl Rove are calling him out on it.
 
2008-09-18 07:14:10 PM
Oh man, the things I'd do Joy Behar. I bet she has perfect nipples. You know, the kind that look like ripe cherry tomatoes basking in the morning dew.
 
2008-09-18 07:22:43 PM
Lloyd Braun: Oh man, the things I'd do Joy Behar. I bet she has perfect nipples. You know, the kind that look like ripe cherry tomatoes basking in the morning dew.

Dude. Get out. That way --->

I think my dick just crawled back inside my body to die...
 
2008-09-18 07:25:57 PM
Lloyd Braun: Oh man, the things I'd do Joy Behar. I bet she has perfect nipples. You know, the kind that look like ripe cherry tomatoes basking in the morning dew.

Oh... Sweet... Jesus.

/-5 for imagery
//+6 for humor
 
2008-09-18 07:27:02 PM
RidesAPaleHorse: Lloyd Braun: Oh man, the things I'd do Joy Behar. I bet she has perfect nipples. You know, the kind that look like ripe cherry tomatoes basking in the morning dew.

Dude. Get out. That way --->

I think my dick just crawled back inside my body to die...


Me too, I think I just threw up my uterus
 
2008-09-18 07:33:06 PM
MaxxLarge: BravadoGT: I'm sure the ladies will treat him in the same condescending, mocking, hostile manner that McCain enjoyed...

I'm sure they won't, and rightly so. Like him or not, the fact remains that Clinton presided over the longest sustained period of peace and prosperity in this country's history.


This.

Except for the terrorist attacks on the WTC, assorted U.S. embassies and the USS Cole that went unpunished. And the military actions in Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq (which conveniently put off the beginning of his impeachment), Haiti, Cambodia and assorted parts of Africa. And the government-authorized massacre of American civilians at Waco and subsequent bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City. And more school shootings than ever.

And the manipulation of interest rates created the tech bubble that burst before he left office and put a lot of people out of work, as well as the beginning of the housing bubble whose effects are as fresh as today's headlines. And he allowed Clear Channel to suck the life out of American radio.

But other than that, hey, peace and prosperity all the way.
 
2008-09-18 07:47:15 PM
Clinton committed perjury. Whoop De Frickin do! I'd rather a
President lie about a bl*w job, than weapons of mass destruction.

I agree with Hoopy Frood. The Clear Channel thing was a dick move
but he was sold wrongly on it.

Bill's gotta be hoping that Joy Behar doesn't block his view of Hasselbeck.
 
2008-09-18 07:51:32 PM
BravadoGT: I'm sure the ladies will treat him in the same condescending, mocking, hostile manner that McCain enjoyed...

I'm sure they won't. Last I checked he's not running for anything.
 
2008-09-18 07:58:59 PM
Oh man, the things I'd do Joy Behar. I bet she has perfect nipples. You know, the kind that look like ripe cherry tomatoes basking in the morning dew.

I just threw up in my mouth. I'd rather masturbate with broken glass

www.insidesocal.com
 
2008-09-18 08:02:26 PM
DeCypher44: I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Clinton farked an intern a couple of times committed perjury.

But he didn't. See 2 things need to happen for perjury. The person must lie under oath and the lie needs to be about a pertinent matter. His statements were not pertinent to the case at hand, and thus his statements did not constitute perjury.

It would be like a lawyer asking you on the stand if you have ever masturbated. Unless it somehow is relevant to the case, perjury wouldn't apply.
 
2008-09-18 08:15:36 PM
Chuck Wagon: DeCypher44: I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Clinton farked an intern a couple of times committed perjury.

But he didn't. See 2 things need to happen for perjury. The person must lie under oath and the lie needs to be about a pertinent matter. His statements were not pertinent to the case at hand, and thus his statements did not constitute perjury.

It would be like a lawyer asking you on the stand if you have ever masturbated. Unless it somehow is relevant to the case, perjury wouldn't apply.


This.

Plus, saying the man committed perjury when he has not been convicted of such constitutes libel.
 
2008-09-18 08:16:32 PM
Hoopy Frood

Except for the terrorist attacks on the WTC, assorted U.S. embassies and the USS Cole that went unpunished. And the military actions in Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq (which conveniently put off the beginning of his impeachment), Haiti, Cambodia and assorted parts of Africa. And the government-authorized massacre of American civilians at Waco and subsequent bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City. And more school shootings than ever.

And the manipulation of interest rates created the tech bubble that burst before he left office and put a lot of people out of work, as well as the beginning of the housing bubble whose effects are as fresh as today's headlines. And he allowed Clear Channel to suck the life out of American radio.

But other than that, hey, peace and prosperity all the way.


Partial fail.

WTC bombers caught and imprisoned.
USS Cole was near end of term, CIA didn't know who did it until after Clinton left office.
Bombing in OKC act of lone wacko Republican.
School shootings? Can you realy blame a president for that?
22 million new jobs created and millions lifted out of poverty. Not perfect, but not bad. Better than Bush or Bush.

I'm with you on the rest. Especially Rwanda. Major farkup there.
 
2008-09-18 08:18:55 PM
I bet Star Jones and Rosie O'Donnel would come back for a three way with the former president. Just lube Rosie and Star up with some Bacon Grease and let Bubba Chase um around. Wait till you see what happens when he catches um. Fun for the whole family!
 
2008-09-18 08:19:21 PM
John McCain spent 5 years without being on the view, or having a dressing room, or getting hummers.
 
2008-09-18 08:28:15 PM
Bill should mention the fact that:

TWO E-MAIL ACCOUNTS = ZOMBIE ARMAGEDDON!!!!!!
 
2008-09-18 08:47:30 PM
That depends on what the definition of "JOY" is...
/is
 
2008-09-18 09:32:01 PM
AdolfOliverPanties: School shootings? Can you realy blame a president for that?

How dare he blame a Democrat for anything? He should have learned by now that when the Democrats rule, the sun shines out of everyone's ass and America is perfect. Poverty is eliminated because the Kennedy's said so. There is peace on earth because Carter said so. Health care is free and accessible because Hillary accomplished that. Everything that is wrong with the world is Bush's fault.

/can't wait for this farking election to be over
//hate all politicians and their bleating sheep followers
 
2008-09-18 09:36:47 PM
DeCypher44: MaxxLarge:
I, along with many others, don't care about the sexin' going on. It's the perjury that bothered me.


Ah, horseshiat.
 
2008-09-18 09:42:17 PM
double horseshiat The perjury was about sex!
Doesn't count...evar!
 
2008-09-18 09:53:40 PM
RidesAPaleHorse

Plus, saying the man committed perjury when he has not been convicted of such constitutes libel.

No No. Slander refers to a malicious, false, and defamatory statement, while libel refers to any other form of communication such as written words. Having written (not spoken) it here makes it libelous. Had he had a megaphone on top of the roof, it would be slander.
 
2008-09-18 10:03:35 PM
Mangoose: RidesAPaleHorse

Plus, saying the man committed perjury when he has not been convicted of such constitutes libel.

No No. Slander refers to a malicious, false, and defamatory statement, while libel refers to any other form of communication such as written words. Having written (not spoken) it here makes it libelous. Had he had a megaphone on top of the roof, it would be slander.


As I was referring to his post here and mentioned libel, I believe you and I agree.
 
2008-09-18 10:51:29 PM
RidesAPaleHorse

Holy shiat. I could have sworn you typed slander.
 
2008-09-18 11:03:07 PM
Yeah, there is a Big differance between lieing about a BJ and weapons of mass destruction. Great post Markiedog. I look forward to seeing Bill on the View. These ladies are getting tough and I have no doubt that Former President Clinten will make a great appearance on the View. But I would Really love to see Palin. She has been invited. Doubtful that she will show. She would need to study up too much.
 
2008-09-18 11:18:28 PM
SassyNebRN: Yeah, there is a Big differance between lieing about a BJ and weapons of mass destruction. Great post Markiedog. I look forward to seeing Bill on the View. These ladies are getting tough and I have no doubt that Former President Clinten will make a great appearance on the View. But I would Really love to see Palin. She has been invited. Doubtful that she will show. She would need to study up too much.


I believe President Washingtun would like to have a word with you.
 
2008-09-19 01:01:04 AM
Hoopy Frood: MaxxLarge: BravadoGT: I'm sure the ladies will treat him in the same condescending, mocking, hostile manner that McCain enjoyed...

I'm sure they won't, and rightly so. Like him or not, the fact remains that Clinton presided over the longest sustained period of peace and prosperity in this country's history.

This.

Except for the terrorist attacks on the WTC, assorted U.S. embassies and the USS Cole that went unpunished. And the military actions in Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq (which conveniently put off the beginning of his impeachment), Haiti, Cambodia and assorted parts of Africa. And the government-authorized massacre of American civilians at Waco and subsequent bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City. And more school shootings than ever.

And the manipulation of interest rates created the tech bubble that burst before he left office and put a lot of people out of work, as well as the beginning of the housing bubble whose effects are as fresh as today's headlines. And he allowed Clear Channel to suck the life out of American radio.

But other than that, hey, peace and prosperity all the way.


See, you're missing the point. We didn't retaliate, therefore we had peace. Get it? When the US doesn't fight but the bad guys do, it's called peace. Get it? Hell, when it's a Democrat in office, and we do fight (Kosovo, Haiti etc.) it's still peace. Get it? By the way, all those "Mcjobs" that were created under Clinton were awesome, man!
 
2008-09-19 01:03:55 AM
NightOwl2255: FTH: "...the first time ever"

Is that opposed to just "the first time"?


If you read it in the voice of Mark Elliot, the Disney voice-over guy, it works better.

"Now, for the first time ever on Disney Blu-ray and HD-DVD, Bill Clinton gets a heartwarming blow job from Joy Behar in their delightful adventures backstage at The View. It's a timeless classic for the entire family."
 
2008-09-19 08:51:29 AM
It's not that big of a deal. She does that for everybody.
 
2008-09-19 09:22:39 AM
RidesAPaleHorse:

I believe President Washingtun would like to have a word with you.


That is funny on so many levels.
 
2008-09-19 10:00:53 AM
Hey repubtards,

100% independent here,
I've voted just about equally for Repubs and Demo.

Anyway,
Can't you finally admit that Clinton was a "decent" President or does your team politics captain not allow that? Heres a thought, be a free thinker and do some research and look at the economy and our world in 1999 compared to now. Admit that your guy messed up, its not that hard, its not YOUR fault. I know its hard to think for yourself and not just take your talking points from Rush and Sean but c'mon guys, your making yourselves look stupid and you are hurting our country.

"However [political parties] may now and then answer popular ends, they are likely in the course of time and things, to become potent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the power of the people and to usurp for themselves the reins of government, destroying afterwards the very engines which have lifted them to unjust dominion."

GEORGE Washingtun (ha!), Farewell Address, Sep. 17, 1796
 
2008-09-19 10:52:21 AM
I bet Star Jones and Rosie O'Donnel would come back for a three way with the former president.

The three way from HELL.
 
2008-09-19 11:04:31 AM
BravadoGT: McCain

Yeah - replay the tape of him lying then make him admit that he lied. Don't move on until he does. Then......
 
2008-09-19 11:05:54 AM
pcbguy: Can't you finally admit that Clinton was a "decent" President or does your team politics captain not allow that?

How did that Glass-Steagall repeal work out? And letting Bin Laden go?
 
2008-09-19 12:11:58 PM
cchris_39: pcbguy: Can't you finally admit that Clinton was a "decent" President or does your team politics captain not allow that?

How did that Glass-Steagall repeal work out? And letting Bin Laden go?


Glass-Steagall was in 1933. That has what do do with Clinton? And when, exactly, did we have Osama bin Laden in custody and release him?

pcbguy, Crewmannumber6, you do realize I was responding to SassyNebRN's spelling of "Clintun", right?
 
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