That's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "Priorities" from last night and this is from Hillary is 44's "Almost Completely Naked: Sarah Palin, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Part III:"
We previously discussed Naked Sarah Palin and Naked Hillary Clinton and today we laugh at how brutally Bill Clinton attacks Barack Obama. Quick, what is the most repeated argument Bill Clinton makes as he campaigns for candidates around the nation? The answer is a disguised attack on Barack Obama and one David Axelrod does not appreciate.
This morning Fox & Friends produced a segment about how David Axelrod does not like Bill Clinton’s Big Argument as he campaigns around the nation. As Bill Clinton travels the nation making a naked series of attacks against Barack Obama most Big Media outlets either miss or dress up Bill Clinton’s remarks. For instance, the dumb New York Times published a story last week stupidly called “Bill Clinton Stumps For Obama“. The story included Bill Clinton’s most repeated argument this campaign season:
“Bill Clinton Stumps for Obama [snip]
Even though Mr. Clinton insisted on Monday that he was only “peripherally and fleetingly” back in politics, he has been headlining rallies and fund-raisers across the country to buck up the depressed party faithful.
“They shouldn’t take this lying down,” Mr. Clinton said during a meeting with reporters and editors of The New York Times on Monday.
Blaming Republican policies for digging the deep hole the economy is in, he said the Democrats needed to plead with voters for more time to turn things around.
“I think we ought to say, ‘Look, don’t go back to the shovel brigade — give us two more years; if you don’t feel better you can throw us all out.’ ”
Um…, what quadrennial event occurs in two more years, in 2012? Why, surprise, surprise, surprise, it’s the presidential elections. Bill Clinton is saying that if things don’t get better in two years – sufficiently better that voters “don’t feel better” – then throw Barack out. Idiots at the New York Times apparently do not get the consequences of the argument Bill Clinton has crafted. These are writers who must not understand that “The Emperor’s New Clothes” is not just about clothes. Not the brightest at the New York Times these days, well educated no doubt, but dumb as a bag of bricks.
The introductory passage in the article is even worse. Who can write sentences such as these and not expect to be labeled gullible or stupid, or both: “He was against him before he was for him.” “…Bill Clinton was often at angry odds with the man who ultimately defeated his wife.” “…Mr. Clinton is stumping hard to help his onetime foe — and has emerged as one of the most important defenders of President Obama’s Congressional majorities.” These idiots apparently do not understand that every single time Bill Clinton speaks it demonstrates how sorely unqualified and lacking Barack Obama is.
Does it occur to the dolts that effectively saying ‘throw Barack Obama out in 2012′ is not “stumping hard to help his onetime foe.” In addition when Bill Clinton adds “And I think they can” to his main point “I hope they can avoid calamity” this does not mean that Bill Clinton thinks Obama Dimocrats will avoid calamity. Bill Clinton understands the difference between HOPE and actual performance.
I hope that's what Bill's doing. If I were him, I would. And the way I see it, Bill's done more than his part to help Barack (I wouldn't have) and, at this point, all he can now do is stand on the sidelines and say what Barack won't listen to.
I wouldn't be so nice to Barack. If that were me, after South Carolina, it would be over. There would be no comeback from that. No chance of becoming friendly. (It was that 2008 primary that Barack's people loudly and repeatedly called Bill Clinton a racist -- a charge they knew to be false but they were working the refs.)
I would love to see Barack go down in flames in 2012. I think that's very likely. He's so out of touch and so stupid, I don't see him having it in him to recover. There's a vanity issue and a refusal to work that are at the core of Barack's personality.
Whereas someone like Bill lived on, thrived on, the political nature of it all, loved governing.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"