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(Huffington Post)   Bill Clinton on Obama: "He's luckier than a dog with two dicks"   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 75
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2013-11-01 12:18:23 PM  
I personally would not consider that lucky.
 
2013-11-01 12:41:57 PM  
I have 3 dicks, and my pants fit like a glove.

/rimshot
/don't forget to tip the veal
 
2013-11-01 12:53:28 PM  
Bill is hornier than a dog with two dicks.
 
2013-11-01 01:08:38 PM  
That's Slick Willy for you, always with the smooth talk.
 
2013-11-01 01:11:14 PM  

bdub77: Bill is hornier than a dog with two dicks.


We're done here.
 
2013-11-01 01:25:21 PM  
Instead of having a one-on-one meal together that night, as was planned, Mr. Obama, unable to "handle any more undiluted Clinton," invited aides from both of their staffs to join the dinner and talked to them about their children, rather than talking about politics with his predecessor.

I like Clinton, but he seems like one of those guys who's 'on' all the time and wears on you.
 
2013-11-01 01:36:39 PM  
Clinton with two dicks means two cute chubby interns with stained dresses.
 
2013-11-01 01:37:05 PM  

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Instead of having a one-on-one meal together that night, as was planned, Mr. Obama, unable to "handle any more undiluted Clinton," invited aides from both of their staffs to join the dinner and talked to them about their children, rather than talking about politics with his predecessor.

I like Clinton, but he seems like one of those guys who's 'on' all the time and wears on you.


I get the impression that Obama is more of an introvert while Clinton is far more extroverted.  Both are excellent public speakers, just in different ways.  Obama likes to prepare, and I can picture him agonizing over every word, going through speeches several times before he makes them and altering the language here and there to reflect the nuance that he wants to convey.  Bill on the other hand seems to feed off of the energy of crowds and is a more natural showman.

I wouldn't say one style is better than the other, just different.
 
2013-11-01 01:38:28 PM  

bdub77: Bill is hornier than a dog with two dicks.


'Three-pecker'd billy goat' is the terminology for which you're looking.

/speaks Southern
 
2013-11-01 01:39:53 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Instead of having a one-on-one meal together that night, as was planned, Mr. Obama, unable to "handle any more undiluted Clinton," invited aides from both of their staffs to join the dinner and talked to them about their children, rather than talking about politics with his predecessor.

I like Clinton, but he seems like one of those guys who's 'on' all the time and wears on you.

I get the impression that Obama is more of an introvert while Clinton is far more extroverted.  Both are excellent public speakers, just in different ways.  Obama likes to prepare, and I can picture him agonizing over every word, going through speeches several times before he makes them and altering the language here and there to reflect the nuance that he wants to convey.  Bill on the other hand seems to feed off of the energy of crowds and is a more natural showman.

I wouldn't say one style is better than the other, just different.


INFP vs ENTJ?
 
2013-11-01 01:39:59 PM  
FTFA: Meanwhile, Clinton thought Romney was a good guy who had fallen into the wrong line of work.
"He really shouldn't be speaking to people in public," Clinton reportedly said.


I'm not so sure I'd agree with the "good guy" assessment, but other than that, Clinton's spot on.
 
2013-11-01 01:40:41 PM  
I always heard it was "A puppy with two peckers"
 
2013-11-01 01:41:19 PM  

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Instead of having a one-on-one meal together that night, as was planned, Mr. Obama, unable to "handle any more undiluted Clinton," invited aides from both of their staffs to join the dinner and talked to them about their children, rather than talking about politics with his predecessor.

I like Clinton, but he seems like one of those guys who's 'on' all the time and wears on you.


"Undiluted Clinton" most certainly does not, in any way, shape, or form, sound like a euphemism.
 
2013-11-01 01:42:53 PM  
It probably says something that when looking for a metaphor for "lucky" that this is what Clinton arrived at.  But I like it, I like folksy turns of phrase in general and this one is succinct and vivid.  Hadn't heard it.

Ah, Clinton, I miss the guy.
 
2013-11-01 01:43:38 PM  
This sounds like exactly the sort of comparison Bill Clinton would make in an unguarded moment.
 
2013-11-01 01:48:11 PM  
Mitt should not speak to anyone in public... lol!
 
2013-11-01 01:48:38 PM  
Man, I love Bill Clinton.  For me, one of the highlights of the DNC last year was his speech.  He was ripping the GOP a new asshole left, right, and center....it was beautiful.  The only drawback to the 22nd amendment was it allowed Bush the Lesser to weasel his way in.  Of course, it didn't help that Al Gore had all the charisma and charm of wallpaper paste, but still.
 
2013-11-01 01:50:29 PM  
I could see them not getting along. Very different style of people.
 
2013-11-01 01:52:49 PM  
I'm SHOCKED!

shockerbook.com
 
2013-11-01 01:53:46 PM  
Think about how awesome and well loved the last two democratic presidents have been. Now think about the last two republican presidents.

Yeah.
 
2013-11-01 01:54:44 PM  
Sounds like something Bill would say.  I can see how the two might not like spending tons of time together.  Very different personalities between them.
 
2013-11-01 01:56:03 PM  

Poopspasm: Now think about the last two republican presidents.


Lincoln and Reagan? I think they get along fabulously
 
2013-11-01 01:56:24 PM  
 

wxboy: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Instead of having a one-on-one meal together that night, as was planned, Mr. Obama, unable to "handle any more undiluted Clinton," invited aides from both of their staffs to join the dinner and talked to them about their children, rather than talking about politics with his predecessor.

I like Clinton, but he seems like one of those guys who's 'on' all the time and wears on you.

"Undiluted Clinton" most certainly does not, in any way, shape, or form, sound like a euphemism.



i47.photobucket.com

Agrees.
 
2013-11-01 01:56:48 PM  
O-ba-ma, Oba-ma
Six foot black, and he starts the drama
The present beware, the future beware
He's coming, he's coming, he's coming

Let me lay it on the line
He has two meaty vines
a dog with two dicks,
he's so divine

/but not the British children (nsfw but awesome if this is "obscure" to you)
 
2013-11-01 01:56:58 PM  

HeartBurnKid: FTFA: Meanwhile, Clinton thought Romney was a good guy who had fallen into the wrong line of work.
"He really shouldn't be speaking to people in public," Clinton reportedly said.

I'm not so sure I'd agree with the "good guy" assessment, but other than that, Clinton's spot on.


Romney replied:  "Lemon. Wet. Good."

Asked to elaborate, he said, "I believe in an America where millions of Americans believe in an America that's the America millions of Americans believe in. That's the America I love."
 
2013-11-01 01:57:36 PM  

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Instead of having a one-on-one meal together that night, as was planned, Mr. Obama, unable to "handle any more undiluted Clinton," invited aides from both of their staffs to join the dinner and talked to them about their children, rather than talking about politics with his predecessor.

I like Clinton, but he seems like one of those guys who's 'on' all the time and wears on you.


I would love to spend a weekend hanging out with him. I like Obama, but I don't think a weekend with him would be as interesting.

But a weekend with Biden would rock.
 
2013-11-01 01:58:16 PM  

HighOnCraic: HeartBurnKid: FTFA: Meanwhile, Clinton thought Romney was a good guy who had fallen into the wrong line of work.
"He really shouldn't be speaking to people in public," Clinton reportedly said.

I'm not so sure I'd agree with the "good guy" assessment, but other than that, Clinton's spot on.

Romney replied:  "Lemon. Wet. Good."

Asked to elaborate, he said, "I believe in an America where millions of Americans believe in an America that's the America millions of Americans believe in. That's the America I love."


"Hey Mitt, can I see the binders full of women?"
 
2013-11-01 01:59:47 PM  
I don't think Bill Clinton and Obama are all that different.  They are both entirely self-made guys.  They are both top-notch educated.  Both married to driven, independent women.  I guess the difference is more along the lines of Bill being a born politician, while Obama is more of an intellectual sort.
 
2013-11-01 02:00:23 PM  
Yes, he has the best opponents...

It's not that the cream rises to the top,
it's that the lead drops to the bottom.
 
2013-11-01 02:00:57 PM  
I'd bet that Clinton was all "Back when I had your job ...". It gets annoying dealing with someone who thinks they can do your job better than you. I bet Clinton is fine to be around if you don't have his old job.
 
2013-11-01 02:02:46 PM  

JolobinSmokin: TuteTibiImperes: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Instead of having a one-on-one meal together that night, as was planned, Mr. Obama, unable to "handle any more undiluted Clinton," invited aides from both of their staffs to join the dinner and talked to them about their children, rather than talking about politics with his predecessor.

I like Clinton, but he seems like one of those guys who's 'on' all the time and wears on you.

I get the impression that Obama is more of an introvert while Clinton is far more extroverted.  Both are excellent public speakers, just in different ways.  Obama likes to prepare, and I can picture him agonizing over every word, going through speeches several times before he makes them and altering the language here and there to reflect the nuance that he wants to convey.  Bill on the other hand seems to feed off of the energy of crowds and is a more natural showman.

I wouldn't say one style is better than the other, just different.

INFP vs ENTJ?


I'd say Clinton is more ENFP than ENTJ.
 
2013-11-01 02:03:13 PM  
i42.photobucket.com
 
2013-11-01 02:03:21 PM  
gossip.
 
2013-11-01 02:07:05 PM  

Terlis: I'd say Clinton is more ENFP than ENTJ.


i.imgur.com

More of an UNGH.
 
2013-11-01 02:09:06 PM  
It's a shame they don't get along better.  Their political ideologies are similar, and they really could accomplish a lot together.  However, political ideologies don't make a friendship.  They really do seem to loathe each other.
 
2013-11-01 02:11:00 PM  
www.92y.org

Halperin and Heilemann. pfft

So this is basically the book version of a Morning Joe segment?
 
2013-11-01 02:11:56 PM  

GameSprocket: I'd bet that Clinton was all "Back when I had your job ...". It gets annoying dealing with someone who thinks they can do your job better than you. I bet Clinton is fine to be around if you don't have his old job.


That's my feeling too. I bet most of the conversations involve the phrase, "You know what I would do if I were you..."
 
2013-11-01 02:15:22 PM  
Obviously, this is all my own opinion but...
I think that Clinton enjoys the game of politics.  He's a student of it, and studies both politics in general and his 'competition'.  For him, he very much enjoys the power, but he also enjoys the 'chase' to get the power.

For Obama, he doesn't care at all for the chase.  He doesn't want to haggle, dither or press the flesh.  He just wants to get to the position where he has the power.

I think that's why Clinton is able to get more done.  He may or may not be on your side, but at least he'll hear you out, understand your position and comisserate with you over it.  Then he'll go on to do whatever is in his own best interests.
I just think that Clinton has a better understand of how people act and react and is better at predicting the outcome of a given situation or action.
Basically, he appears more down home, nicer, more interested than obama does.  Kind of like that old saw the he 'makes you feel like you're the only person in the room'.  I wouldn't trust him any further than I could throw him, but I would want him on my side.
 
2013-11-01 02:19:47 PM  

Tman144: GameSprocket: I'd bet that Clinton was all "Back when I had your job ...". It gets annoying dealing with someone who thinks they can do your job better than you. I bet Clinton is fine to be around if you don't have his old job.

That's my feeling too. I bet most of the conversations involve the phrase, "You know what I would do if I were you..."


And the inevitable end to that sentence is "...get a blowjob."
 
2013-11-01 02:26:44 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Tman144: GameSprocket: I'd bet that Clinton was all "Back when I had your job ...". It gets annoying dealing with someone who thinks they can do your job better than you. I bet Clinton is fine to be around if you don't have his old job.

That's my feeling too. I bet most of the conversations involve the phrase, "You know what I would do if I were you..."

And the inevitable end to that sentence is "...get a blowjob."


Popular wisdom suggests that Obama would share Clinton's affinity for chubby white women.
 
2013-11-01 02:27:19 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Tman144: GameSprocket: I'd bet that Clinton was all "Back when I had your job ...". It gets annoying dealing with someone who thinks they can do your job better than you. I bet Clinton is fine to be around if you don't have his old job.

That's my feeling too. I bet most of the conversations involve the phrase, "You know what I would do if I were you..."

And the inevitable end to that sentence is "...get a blowjob."


With the cautionary "don't get any on the dress!"
 
2013-11-01 02:30:09 PM  
Sometimes I just can't imagine how someone like Obama ended up in politics, much less got to be president. He just seems so un-politician. He's not a glad-handling, speechifying, baby-kissing retail politician, he doesn't wheel-and-deal, twist arms, and play the legislative machinery like a fiddle in the way LBJ could. He's not born into wealth, and he doesn't have wealth on speed-dial. He just doesn't seem to fit the stereotype of what a successful politician needs to be.

Obviously my preconceived notions of political success can't be wrong, so something must be wrong with Obama and the rest of the world. I just can't figure it out. Weird!
 
2013-11-01 02:38:02 PM  
www.impactlab.net
 
2013-11-01 02:48:10 PM  
Jose and Hose B.
 
2013-11-01 02:50:34 PM  

Khellendros: It's a shame they don't get along better.  Their political ideologies are similar, and they really could accomplish a lot together.  However, political ideologies don't make a friendship.  They really do seem to loathe each other.


Yes they are both corporate whores, like 99% of our politicians.
 
2013-11-01 03:01:43 PM  
The funniest thing about this is that the luckiest politician in modern American history is Bill Clinton (and no I'm not talking about sex, mostly).  It starts with the disastrous campaign that Dukakis ran in 1988. That means no incumbent Dem in 1992. Then the Persian Gulf war happens. Bush's popularity soars to the highest point ever recorded (up to then) and as a consequence all the major potential Democratic candidates for the nomination (Cuomo, Bradley, etc) suddenly opt to spend more time with their families. That leaves the field to Bubba and the guy with cancer. Next the economy tanks so Bush goes from incredible popularity to incredible unpopularity in a matter of months and Clinton cruises to victory. (Perot didn't hurt.)  As president he gets to take full advantage of the dot com boom, which -- like the PG war success and the Bush recession -- he had nothing to do with creating.
 
2013-11-01 03:04:32 PM  
We know what Obama fears about Clinton...

i.cdn.turner.com
 
2013-11-01 03:04:59 PM  

yequalsy: The funniest thing about this is that the luckiest politician in modern American history is Bill Clinton (and no I'm not talking about sex, mostly).  It starts with the disastrous campaign that Dukakis ran in 1988. That means no incumbent Dem in 1992. Then the Persian Gulf war happens. Bush's popularity soars to the highest point ever recorded (up to then) and as a consequence all the major potential Democratic candidates for the nomination (Cuomo, Bradley, etc) suddenly opt to spend more time with their families. That leaves the field to Bubba and the guy with cancer. Next the economy tanks so Bush goes from incredible popularity to incredible unpopularity in a matter of months and Clinton cruises to victory. (Perot didn't hurt.)  As president he gets to take full advantage of the dot com boom, which -- like the PG war success and the Bush recession -- he had nothing to do with creating.


"Read my lips..." He couldn't BUY that kind of PR tool.
 
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2013-11-01 03:05:31 PM  

HeartBurnKid: I'm not so sure I'd agree with the "good guy" assessment, but other than that, Clinton's spot on.


Oh, so you've met Romney on the speaking junket?
 
2013-11-01 03:16:54 PM  
Is that some sort of saying in Arkansas? Colorful.
 
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