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 Post subject: Clinton back in form
Posted: Tue Nov 02, 2004 11:43 am 
Clinton was doing a stump speech in New Mexico yesterday and told a story about how 34 years ago (that would be 1970) as a penniless law student he first drove across NM's Painted Desert in his 1970 Gremlin (a failed, nasty old AMC car model) with a rag in the gas filler tube because it didn't even have a gas cap. He wanted to visit the Indian reservations to learn about the plight of the people. Noble, eh?

As it turns out, the Gremlin was first sold in 1970, so if he had a Gremlin, then it would have to have been brand new - not bad for a penniless student. The other problem is that the Painted Desert is in Arizona, not NM.

Those people have no shame, and totally insult their robotic followers.

The audio clip was played on a lot of talk shows this morning, along with the blogger information that within an hour proved Bill to be an opportunistic liar once again. Evidently the near-death experience hasn't fazed him.


Posted  11/12/2012