What did you think of the NEOCON propaganda machine FoxNews' interview with the Great Bill Clinton?

President Clinton was articulate and insightful as always, poor Chris Wallace looked like he was going to pizz himself, what say you?

http://www.cnn.com/2006/POLITICS/09/24/clinton.bin...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    I thought Bubba nailed the fool quite nicely. He was invited on to talk of the Global Innitiative. Wallace asked one question about that and attempted to throw Clinton under the bus. Sorry Fox news, YOU FAILED.

    I just wish it would have been Hannity doing the interview. Clinton would have made him cry.

  • 1 decade ago

    My neighbors on both sides are very conservative, they both commented to me how they had forgotten how smart Clinton seemed to be in contrast with the leaders they’ve become accustom too recently. It seems Clinton won them over with his correcting the record, and at the same time they left my house with more fear than before. They said they are no longer as confident in what their sources are telling them about our current geo-political situation. They got a double whammy yesterday, they were even more concerned with the intelligence report about how Iraq has made us less safe, than they were over Clinton setting the record straight.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    bill "the great" clinton has nothing to worry about. america will always love him. his presidency was flawless.

    In May 2006 a CNN poll comparing President Clinton's job performance with that of successor, President George W. Bush, a strong majority of respondents said President Clinton outperformed Bush on every single issue in question.

    The poll of over a thousand random adult Americans was conducted May 5-7 by Opinion Research Corp. for CNN. Margin of sampling error was plus or minus 3 percentage points.

    When asked which man was more honest as president, 46 percent favored Clinton to 41 percent for Bush. Respondents favored Clinton by near 3-to-1 margins when asked who did a better job at handling the economy (63 percent Clinton, 26 percent Bush) and solving the problems of ordinary Americans (62 percent Clinton, 25 percent Bush).

    On foreign affairs, the margin was 56 percent to 32 percent in Clinton's favor; on taxes, it was 51 percent to 35 percent for Clinton; and on handling natural disasters, it was 51 percent to 30 percent, also favoring Clinton

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It was pirceless. Everyone at my house was going crazy. Even my dog cheered. Bill clinton is the man. he is speaking directly to his democrat base: who hate Fox and was waiting for someone to stand up and give it them straight. It had to be none other than our hero in chief!!!Bill Clinton is a smart man. I think wallace had to throw up after the interview. FOX picked on the wrong guy this time around. Power to the people!!!!!!

    Source(s): Democrats aren't going down like punks!
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Great Liar Clinton? Lying again, blaming other people for any criticism of himself.

    Instead of answering the questions, he attacks and impugns the questioner, just like the little people here. He dismisses all the rightful blame directed at him as some kind of propaganda smear, because he's besotted with himself. And so are you knee-padded stained-blue-dress wearing Clinton-bots.

    If you were able to see things objectively, you would have noticed that Clinton deflects everything and blames the GOP. Bush gets questioned just as hard, but at least he is honest and does not deflect blame. Not that you people would have the least concept of objectivity.

  • P P
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    The cons strategy blew up in their face. Clinton is not a bumbling idiot like Bush. He was forceful and put his points across concisely and in a very diplomatic way just like the intellectual that he is.

  • 1 decade ago

    I LOVE IT!!!

    I'm glad Bill Clinton appeared on Fox News. It was a golden opportunity for him to tell off those neocon a**holes and come off best!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I loved it....it's about time SOMEONE stood up to the media and the biased information being put over the air waves..doesn't make a difference if democrat or republican....

    Americans deserve the unbiased truth.... Just the facts mam, only the facts

  • dane
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    I wouldn't have gone so far as to call him articulate, but I guess americans have lowered standards, with Bush being such a bad speaker.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    He did a fine job, he is still the man, in my opinion and the opinion of many others, if he could run again against George Bush he would send Bush back to Texas so fast that he would forget to take his coke with him.

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