Shouldn’t Bill cry Sooey! for a Bull Hawg Party?
Or will Bill wash Obama's feet?
By Mike DeVine, Legal Editor for The Minority Report and The HinzSight Report
The only Democrat to be re-elected President since FDR is scheduled to speak at the Democratic National Convention this week. When he does, he will be speaking to possibly the largest gathering ungrateful beneficiaries in modern American political history and in world history since Winston Churchill last addressed the British Parliament.
Why should Bill Clinton assist the embodiment of the far left that removed all traces of his mostly successful (by many measures) eight years in the Oval Office? The people that Gore embraced as he lost refusing to let Bill campaign for him in 2000 in other than Black churches. The people that let Ted Kennedy speak and anoint the upstart after seeing Bill’s success in the 90’s partly due to the muzzle Bill out on the swimmers mouth.
Teddy Roosevelt bolted and went Bull Moose for less than this Razorback has endured.
Der Schlieckmeister was falsely accused of racism in South Carolina by black democrats (Uncle Bills) that owe their political careers to his repair of the Carter Party of malaise. Bill Richardson, a man that was never chosen in a Major League Baseball draft (resumes to the contrary) stabbed him in the back in bearded cognito. Hillary even attacked NAFTA. (This blog is mainly about Bill. I assume no Bull Pig bolt by wives with grounds for divorce.)
The Democrat Party corrupts all it touches. The relationship between the party and its leadership is akin to that between a Godfather and a hit man. We have been led to believe that Bill was the Godfather. That was before they failed to organize caucus states.
Bill, are you going to genuflect before this punk?
Bill, you showed us in ’92 on Letterman that you could cry sooey! with best of them from the Ozarks.
Can you cry Bull! Like TR?
Mike DeVine’s Charlotte Observer columns
Legal Editor for The Minority and HinzSight Reports
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