Bill Clinton: Obama No 'Fairy Tale'

Bill Clinton: Obama No 'Fairy Tale'

There are 15 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 11, 2008, titled Bill Clinton: Obama No 'Fairy Tale'. In it, Newsday reports that:

Former President Bill Clinton says his comment about Barack Obama telling a "fairy tale" about opposing the war in Iraq has been misconstrued as a criticism of the senator's run for the Democratic nomination.

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Montana Bob

United States

#1 Jan 11, 2008
I did not have sex with that woman. There is the fairy tale.
Bamboozled

Bensalem, PA

#2 Jan 11, 2008
The enormous respect I and many other African-Americans have had for the former president and even his wife was destroyed by two words, "fairy tale." Just the faith, support and love we have shown this family for years was destroyed by his thirst to impress White America in NH. As an independent voter, if Senator Obama does not win the Democratic nomination, I and hope others will vote for the Republican candidate, even if that snake Guiliani or Bush's crony, McCain, wins the election.

“Ase Ase Ase”

Since: Jan 08

San Rafael, CA

#3 Jan 11, 2008
I wonder if he really believes that she has a good track record and is the most job ready? I know he is biased because, well, thats his wife.
fire_danger

Mumbai, India

#4 Jan 11, 2008
if she wins the democratic place now, she aint gonna win the election. I hope Obama wins simply because he can maybe restore America's respect which G.Bush has destroyed

“Therefore, CHOOSE ...”

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#5 Jan 11, 2008
Bamboozled wrote:
The enormous respect I and many other African-Americans have had for the former president and even his wife was destroyed by two words, "fairy tale." Just the faith, support and love we have shown this family for years was destroyed by his thirst to impress White America in NH. As an independent voter, if Senator Obama does not win the Democratic nomination, I and hope others will vote for the Republican candidate, even if that snake Guiliani or Bush's crony, McCain, wins the election.
Just asking, what have the Clintons really done for African-Americans? How as it affected your life? Thanks.

“Ase Ase Ase”

Since: Jan 08

San Rafael, CA

#6 Jan 11, 2008
fire_danger wrote:
if she wins the democratic place now, she aint gonna win the election. I hope Obama wins simply because he can maybe restore America's respect which G.Bush has destroyed
Foreign policy is very important.

But whomever the new president is has so much more to contend with.

“Therefore, CHOOSE ...”

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#7 Jan 12, 2008
L ALL OVER wrote:
I wonder if he really believes that she has a good track record and is the most job ready? I know he is biased because, well, thats his wife.
No, she's his ticket to something...Supreme Court, UN...something.

Goes to show you what "family values" means to these two. They don't live together, they're hardly together for anything more than political events, they're "in business" for political career.

Now, someone who doesn't give a d*mn about family is going to serve this country for family values? Pleeeez.(No wonder left-wing ideology has the foothold of what was once the middle-class working party; overwhelmingly I see their response as something along the lines private vs. public life are completely different).
Sowhat

Bangkok, Thailand

#8 Jan 12, 2008
What a circus the elections are.This is the best or worse you have to offer?
Darwin

West Nyack, NY

#10 Jan 12, 2008
AvidTrober wrote:
<quoted text>
Just asking, what have the Clintons really done for African-Americans? How as it affected your life? Thanks.
NOTHING! It's a myth that Bubba did something for blacks in the country. The "first black president" is also a myth. Don't know who started this bogus notion of Bubba helping the blacks but they should be taken to task for telling outright lies. The Clinton's have done absolutely nothing for the advancement of blacks. The only thing Bubba did during his time in office is receive oral sex and hit on all the females who crossed his path while his in the closet lesbian wife remained in denial that she was unappealing to her husband.

“Ase Ase Ase”

Since: Jan 08

San Rafael, CA

#12 Jan 12, 2008
Sowhat wrote:
What a circus the elections are.This is the best or worse you have to offer?
I wish things were different/better.
upyours

Bangkok, Thailand

#14 Jan 12, 2008
Is the Clinton circus back in town yet?
Go Barack

AOL

#15 Jan 12, 2008
whos running bill or hillary? im so sick of hearing from this fool
Bubba Jones

Wilmington, DE

#16 Jan 12, 2008
Obama will play the RACE CARD in the states where the minorities are the majority.

Is that a play on words. How can BLACKS be a minority when their the majority. This is how >>> AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

Mo Elsayed

Pearl River, NY

#17 Jan 13, 2008
It's a shame that we in America vote for race or gender rather than qualification.We should think who is more qualified for the job.Who has the experience to run the country from day one.Every one talk about change but no one said what kind of change he or she will make?My dear friends be careful, talk is very cheap.Candidates know how to play the people game, tell you what you want to hear at the moment.Just remember when Bush Sr said (READ MY liPS NO MORE RAISING TAXES).It does not matter if you black or white,just do the right thing for our great country.Choose the the candidate you believe in and don't let any one tell you what you can or can not do.
Lion

Canada

#18 Jan 13, 2008
Jah bless Obama!

The Lion!

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