|“Everybody in politics lies, but they [the Clintons] do it with such
ease, it’s troubling.” -- former Clinton fundraiser and Hollywood mogul
David Geffen, along with a sampling of some of the more startling Clinton
|"I met Clinton maybe three or four times, perhaps five, and his Mrs.
but once, for at most thirty seconds, the circumstances of which I don't
want to tell because it would embarrass another uninvolved person. Wait
for my memoirs.
"We're fortunate that Geffen did not wait for his. What he said to Maureen
Dowd was on almost everybody's mind, even on the minds of those who out
of habit or delight with the glitz just naturally found themselves in whoever's
dining room was raising cash for Hillary. The fact is that the Clintons
are all about money. There's a truly shocking
story in this morning's Washington Post about how Bill earned
$40 million in the last four years just in speaking fees. A lot of this
was Arab money, which doesn't mean he doesn't love his rich Jews (he must)
... or Israel, for that matter. It tells you just how easy it is for him
to fake his affections. Or to carry two loves in his breast at the same
"All about money. Imagine if you are a friend of the Clintons. First
of all you are rich, very rich. Simply because they don't have friends
other than ones with spare and bigger than big amounts of cash. ..." --
Peretz,The New Republic, 02.23.07
|"Clintonians don't mind if price controls cause shortages of health
care. In fact, they welcome the prospect, because then they can impose
rationing; they can impose priorities, and tell everyone how much of what
kind of medical care they can have. And besides, ... there's that
deeply satisfying rush of power. We should know by now that reasoned
arguments by economists or disillusioned ex-controllers are not going to
stop them ..." -- Murray Rothbard, HERE
|"'The question is, we face a lot of dangers in the world and, in the
gentleman's words, we face a lot of evil men and what in my background
equips me to deal with evil and bad men,' [Hillary] Clinton said.
She paused to gaze while the audience interrupted with about 30 seconds
of laughter and applause." -- Mike
Glover, ABC News, 1-29-07
|"On CBS's 'Early Show' [Sept. 24th], the head of the CIA's bin Laden
unit during the Clinton administration, Michael Scheuer, said the al Qaeda
leader 'is alive today' because Clinton and his top lieutenants refused
to kill him [whenever the CIA gave him the opportunities]. 'It's just an
incredible kind of situation,' said Scheuer, 'for the American people over
the weekend to hear their former president mislead them'." -- Robert
Novak, Oct. 2, 2006
|"He [Bill Clinton] is a paid agent of the crown prince of Dubai ...
when Bill Clinton tells us this port deal is kosher, he ought to disclose
that he's being paid by the government. Secondly, he should register as
an agent of a foreign principal because he's giving public relations advice
to a foreign company." -- Dick
Morris, March 4, 2006
|"Hillary Clinton, a leading opponent of DP World's takeover of some
US port operations, was this week forced to admit that she did not know
her husband had advised Dubai leaders on how to handle the growing dispute.
But former President Bill Clinton's ties to Dubai and the United Arab Emirates
should not have come as a surprise to his New York senator wife.
Mrs Clinton's own senatorial financial disclosure forms reveal that her
husband earned $450,000 giving speeches in Dubai in 2002. Officials
from the UAE also donated between $500,000 and $1m to fund Mr Clinton's
presidential library in Arkansas." -- Stephanie
Kirchgaessner, Financial Times, March 4, 2006
|"If Bill Clinton had been a virgin, he would
still have been the most immoral president in this country's history. In
exchange for illegal campaign contributions from the government of China,
he allowed the Chinese to buy American technology, which now makes them
capable of hitting American cities with nuclear missiles." -- Dr.
Thomas Sowell, HERE
|"The Clinton administration's legacy may be that
it restarted the Cold War just to perpetuate itself in office. [Thanks
to Clinton] the Chinese now have everything they need [in nuclear weaponry
and missile guidance technology] to make the world an unsafer place." --
|"Contradicting accounts by the Clinton administration, one of the Democratic
Party's biggest campaign donors says he gave a $50,000 check to the first
lady's chief of staff on White House grounds in 1995 in direct response
to solicitations by aides of Hillary Rodham Clinton.
"Southern California entrepreneur Johnny Chien Chuen Chung said he was
seeking VIP treatment for a delegation of visiting Chinese businessmen
when he was asked to help the first lady defray the cost of White House
Christmas receptions billed to the Democratic National Committee.
"Chung, who has refused to cooperate with investigators unless granted
immunity from prosecution, told The Times during interviews that he realized
such special treatment hinged on his willingness to make a political contribution."
Rempel and Alan Miller, Los Angeles Times, July 27, 1997
Federal law bars government employees from accepting campaign contributions
on government property.
|"As part of [a plea agreement], Chung agreed to cooperate with investigators,
and soon told them that Chinese army Lt. Col. Liu Chaoying, an executive
with a state-owned aerospace company, gave him $300,000 to donate to the
Democrats' 1996 campaign. Chung's allegation -- hotly denied by Liu and
the Chinese government -- is the strongest evidence yet of a direct money
trail from the Chinese government to Democratic campaign coffers. ... From
1994 to 1996, Chung made 12 personal or corporate donations to the DNC
totaling $366,000. The DNC returned all of the money [in 1997 after
the investigations were instigated]." -- The
Washington Post, May 21, 1998
|Chip Bok drew
a cartoon entitled
"Clinton at the Bank of China Drive Thru" for
the Akron Beacon-Journal. It may even still be available to
be viewed HERE.
|"I am not sure that we have seen the end of the results of Clinton’s
incompetence and villainy [enabling military technology transfers to the
Red Chinese]. The true and final ramifications of his behavior may still
be in the offing." -- Merle
|"A Capitol Hill police officer
was ordered to inform the Clintons that everyone was ready and waiting
[for the 1993 inaugural festivities]. The policeman knocked and opened
the door of the holding room. He immediately shut it, beating a hasty
retreat. Hillary Clinton was screaming at her husband in what was
described as 'uncontrolled and unbridled fury.' ... The Capitol Hill
police and the Secret Service quickly conferred about intervening if it
appeared the president's life might be threatened by the first lady!"
-- former FBI Special Agent
Gary Aldrich in Unlimited
|“Aside from scandals and investigations, [former
FBI Director Louis] Freeh says Clinton let down the American people and
the families of victims of the 1996 Khobar Towers terror attack in Saudi
“After promising to bring to justice those responsible
for the bombing that killed 19 and injured hundreds, Freeh says Clinton
refused to personally ask Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah to allow the FBI
to question bombing suspects the kingdom had in custody — the only way
the bureau could secure the interviews, according to Freeh.
“Freeh writes in the book [My FBI], 'Bill
Clinton raised the subject only to tell the crown prince that he understood
the Saudis’ reluctance to cooperate and then he hit Abdullah up for a contribution
to the Clinton Presidential Library.' ” -- 60
Minutes, Oct. 6, 2005
|"One of the proudest achievements of the Clinton administration
was the Agreed Framework with North Korea. Clinton assured us that it froze
the North Korean nuclear program. North Korea gave us a piece of paper
promising to freeze; we gave North Korea 500,000 tons of free oil every
year and set about building -- also for free -- two huge $2 billion nuclear
power plants that supposedly could be used only to produce electricity.
Japan and South Korea were induced to give tons of foreign aid as well,
Clinton being the committed multilateralist, even in extortion.
"It turns out the North Koreans took the loot and lied. Surprise! All
the while they were enriching uranium. They now brazenly admit to having
a nuclear weapons program and other weapons of mass destruction."-- Charles
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher: "We didn't need to have
9-11. 9-11 happened because during the last administration Mr. Clinton
didn't do his job. I was just talking to an ambassador from Sudan
who tried to give us all of the records on bin Laden. He had all
of the details of the entire terrorist network, and Madeleine Albright
and Bill Clinton personally turned it down -- wouldn't even let the FBI
Rep. Tom Feeney: "In fairness, they were
busy building nuclear plants for North Korea."
Rep. Rohrabacher: "Right. Precisely."
|"Remember, Osama Bin Laden was
offered to the United States on a silver platter and the Clinton administration
said no." -- Neal Boortz, 3-2-2004 HERE
and: "A former CIA official told NBC News last week that [Clinton] White
House orders to spare Bin Laden's life cut the chances of getting him in
half. Once again, they viewed terrorism as a law enforcement problem,
worrying about Bin Laden's rights instead of just unleashing the CIA to
exterminate him." -- Boortz, 3-25-2004 HERE
|"I've been to Sudan. And I
was in Khartoum and met with some of the higher- ranking people with the
Sudanese government. They told me personally -- I had heard that before
-- that they actually offered [him] up to the Clinton administration
-- that is, Osama bin Laden -- if they wanted him." -- Sen. Richard Shelby
of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to Chris Matthews 7-22-2004
|"A strict observance of the written laws is doubtless
one of the high duties of a good citizen, but it is not the highest.
laws of necessity, of self- preservation, of saving our country when in
danger, are of higher obligation. To lose our country by a scrupulous
adherence to written law would be to lose the law itself, with life, liberty,
property, and all those who are enjoying them with us; thus absurdly sacrificing
the end to the means."
-- Thomas Jefferson to John Colvin, 1810
"... when you see a rattlesnake poised to strike, you do
not wait until he has struck before you crush him."-- FDR
"At the time, 1996, [bin Laden] had committed
no crime against America so I did not bring him here because we had no
basis on which to hold him, though we knew he wanted to commit crimes against
America." -- W.J. Clinton as quoted by Mansoor Ijaz in an editorial in
the Los Angeles Times Dec 5, 2001
|"Peter M. Leitner, a senior strategic trade adviser at the Defense
Department ... says the previous [Clinton] administration rubber-stamped
the shipment of top-end military-related telecommunications equipment to
Syria, which is on the FBI's list of sensitive countries that pose a threat
to U.S. security. ... 'We're giving them spread-spectrum radios, which
are almost impossible to break into. We're giving them fiber optics. We're
giving them a high level of encryption. We're giving them computer networks
that can't be tapped,' Leitner said. ... Leitner posits that the
NSA wasn't able to detect the Islamic terrorists' plot because of the 'high
quality of the communications gear that they've been acquiring over the
last couple of years, thanks to the Clinton administration's decontrols
on advanced telecommunications equipment.' " -- Paul
Sperry, Sept. 12, 2001
|"No president did more to ignore
the mounting threat of Islamic terrorism than did Bill Clinton, and 3,000
people paid for his policies with their lives." -- Neal
|"The Clinton impeachment wasn’t
about sex. It was about perjury, obstruction of justice, and an attempt
by the nation’s number one elected official to deny a woman a day in court
under a law that he signed!" -- Neal Boortz, 2-3-2001
|"Clinton still doesn't get it. Just because
most of us didn't want to see him convicted doesn't mean we all minded
his being impeached. And it certainly doesn't mean we maintained
any respect we might have had for him." -- Bert Rand
|"Stroke of the pen. Law of
the land. Kinda cool." -- Paul
Begala, personal aide and confidant of Bill Clinton, giddily advocating
and enabling dictatorship in America
(of which Clinton's putrid Executive
Order 13083 was only an insidious part).
|"The President has kept all
of the promises he intended to keep."
-- Clinton aide George
Stephanopolous on Larry King Live
|"Clinton is not the worst president
the republic has had, but he is the worst person ever to have been president."
-- George Will,
Jan. 12, 2001
|"... It seemed to me emblematic of the Clinton
White House, a place where opponents' FBI files were read aloud over pizza
and foreign contributors with cash invited in the back door. ...
Mr. Clinton's problem, his real sin--a fundamental lack of respect for
his country, for its citizens, for his colleagues, for all of us. ... I
believe he demonstrated that people and principles are, to him, objects
to be manipulated." -- Peggy Noonan in
The Wall Street Journal
|"My characterization of Bill
Clinton is that he is the most successfuI adolescent I have ever known.
... I have
known Bill Clinton a long time and spent a lot of time with him, more than
I wanted to. I have never been able to accept Bill Clinton as a mature,
responsible adult." -- retiring House Majority Leader Dick Armey to Chris
Matthews on the "Hardball College Tour" at George Mason University 9-25-2002
|"[Bill Clinton is] timid, indecisive, wishy-washy, and a chameleon
who tries too hard to get everyone to love him." -- John Brummett, Arkansas
|"Decision making is an excruciating process for Clinton. He almost
invariably seems determined to delay a final decision for as long as possible.
He likes to ponder publicly all his options, consult people, make a decision,
consult anew, change his mind, then change it again. He's a veritable
symphony of equivocation." -- David Shaw, Los Angeles Times, 9-17-93
|"Clinton never makes up his mind." -- Clinton supporter Jeffrey Klein,
editor-in-chief of Mother Jones, on C-SPAN
|"The chaos and paralysis of the Clinton presidency reflect the chaos
and paralysis of Bill Clinton's mind. ... But Clinton is not separable
from the chaos. It is his chaos. Left to his own devices, Clinton always
generates chaos around him." -- Edith Efron, Reason,
|"Bill Clinton is like PigPen.
A cloud of dirt just follows him around wherever he goes."
Time Magazine political correspondent
James Carney on Charlie Rose 2-22-2001
|“The problem was with Bill Clinton -- the scandals
and the rumored scandals, the incubating ones and the dying ones never
ended. Whatever moral compass the president was consulting was leading
him in the wrong direction. His closets were full of skeletons just waiting
to burst out.” -- Louis Freeh, My
|"I found myself marveling at Mr. Clinton's thinking,
which in the short term was savvy and in the long term spoke of a kind
of moral retardation." --
|"When you walk into the presidency
as a fully formed adult your first thought is, 'What should I do first
and how and when?' When you walk into it with more vanity than sense, more
hunger than purpose, your first thought is of what history will say of
you. ... Mr. Clinton spent all his time thinking about his legacy, and
by the end he had one: He was the president who spent his time thinking
about his legacy -- while Osama made his plans. He wasted history's time."
-- Peggy Noonan in The Wall Street Journal and HERE.
|On November 24, 2001 former DEMOCRATIC congressional
aide Chris Matthews told former DEMOCRATIC congressional aide Tim Russert
(AND his nationwide TV audience) on MSNBC that former DEMOCRATIC pollster
Pat Caddell had said,
"The Clintons -- they're 'white
trash,' and I can say that because I'm from Florida."
|"...Clinton had contact with
Coia no fewer than 120 times...[FBI] investigators doing a background check
wrote, 'Coia is a criminal associate of the New England Patriarca organized
crime family'." -- Linda
|"This is not to say that Clinton
will leave no legacy. He will. He will leave a legacy of unprecedented
corruption of all the fundamental institutions of government." -- Thomas
|"Bill Clinton is, without question,
the most amoral, corrupt, dishonest and dangerous man ever to serve as
president. FDR was just as dangerous perhaps … but not as
corrupt. And he was reported to have a semblance of a moral code.
The people who put this cretin into office have struck a blow more severe
any enemy has been able to strike with guns in
the past 225 years."
-- Neal Boortz in Nealz Nuze July 11,
|"I found myself marveling at Mr. Clinton's thinking,
which in the short term was savvy and in the long term spoke of a kind
of moral retardation." --
|"It's like having the Caligula
Legacy Project." -- Ann Coulter, referring to the
"Clinton Legacy Project" on CNN's Crossfire,
|"The Declaration [the
UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights -- NOT the US's Declaration
of Independence nor its Constitution] has become the standard
for international human rights law." -- W.J.Clinton, 10-23-98
| " 'Bill Clinton never
lied to me' is one of those statements that polygraph operators could use
as a benchmark of a certain lie." --
|From The Don Imus Show
with Chris Matthews visiting on Nov. 1, 2001, the day Matthews’ book, Now,
Let Me Tell You What I Really Think, was released:
Matthews: “...all he did was use up all
his political capital to get Marc Rich off. I don’t get it.”
Imus: “I think what’s missing is he’s morally
and ethically corrupt. And he’s the dictionary definition of a sociopath.
I mean, going around biting his lip and mouthing ‘I love you’ to that hideous
woman he’s married to, and I mean, he’s a sickening individual, and he’s
a phony. So...”
Matthews: “So tell me what you really think.”
|"When people like Peter Lightner
started to blow the whistle on the transfer of technology to China in the
mid-'90s, and said, 'This is wrong; my reports are being changed.' What
was the response? It was to isolate him, to basically come down hard.
I know; I was a member of the Cox Committee and for 7 months sat behind
closed doors with the FBI and the CIA and saw all the evidence. ... [intelligence
analysts, who are hard to recruit and train,] have to have the confidence
that, when they make a judgment or an assessment, that they're not going
to have their head chopped off. I could give you a litany of people who
had their heads chopped off ... career destroyed ... who did the politically
incorrect thing when they were doing their job as best they could professionally
and in the end paid the price because they basically crossed hairs with
elected politicians who didn't like what they had to say. ... We've
allowed the technology transfer to places like China, where they have massive
high-speed computers as a result of some presidential decisions on exports
back in '96, that they didn't have prior to that. You know, originally
we were told those high-performance computers in the 8-10,000M top range
and above would only go to their academic institutions. Well, surprise,
surprise! Where do we find them today? At their weapons labs!
Helping them miniaturize their nuclear warheads. Helping them develop
a whole new element of the PLA, focusing on cyber-warfare." -- Rep.
Curt Weldon, speaking before the Heritage Foundation, May 23, 2002, recorded
|"In every agency that deals with protecting national-security secrets,
normal security rules and procedures have been ignored, changed or tossed
during the Clinton-Gore years. ... They've cut funding and staff for Pentagon
background checks, resulting in a backlog of hundreds of thousands. The
CIA's own director downloaded classified files onto an unsecured home computer
used, among other things, to access Internet porn. Officials at the State
Department, where escorts were no longer required for foreign visitors,
have 'lost' top-secret laptops. ... Meanwhile, Russian and Chinese spies
run amok." -- Paul
Sperry, June 22, 2000
|"Hitch [Christopher Hitchens] was absolutely
right ... to expose Bill Clinton for the negligent charlatan he was." --
|"It was the fall of 1999 ... four FBI agents had testified before
the Senate that Justice Department lawyers had stopped them from pursuing
leads back to Clinton in the ongoing campaign-finance investigation.
"Not only that, agents swore that lawyers for months had blocked their
request to ask a judge for a warrant to search the Little Rock, Ark., office
of Clinton fundraiser and Beijing bagman Yah Lin 'Charlie' Trie.
Agents sifting through his trash found that key records subpoenaed by the
Senate had been shredded.
"Among the torn-up documents: checks from Asian donors to Clinton's
legal defense fund, Democratic National Committee donor lists, travel records
for Chinese moneymen and statements from Chinese bank accounts. There was
also a FedEx slip showing the White House sent two pounds of documents
to Trie just two months before a 1997 Senate probe of Chinagate kicked
"What's more, one FBI agent said 27 pages of notes detailing her struggles
with Justice over the Trie case were ripped out of spiral notebooks after
she turned them over to her superiors. ... The explosive testimony was
ignored by most of the media." -- Paul
|"There he was on live television, the man those who have worked for
him have come to know – the angry, sarcastic, snarling, self-righteous,
bombastic bully, roused to a fever pitch. The truer the accusation,
the greater the feigned indignation. Clinton jabbed his finger in
Wallace’s face, poking his knee, and invading the commentator’s space."
"Watching Clinton scold, and wag that bony finger again on television,
brought back fond memories of The Big Lie. Every time he lies, he
gets self-righteous, angry, red-faced and in-your-face as he was with Chris
Wallace of FoxNews, who merely asked Himself a standard interview question
that’s been asked of President Bush, oh, about a thousand times." -- Christopher
"Once a bully, always a bully." -- Mark
|"Although President Clinton has expressed support for an 'expansive'
view of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, he has actually weakened
a number of fundamental guarantees, including those of free speech and
the right to trial by jury and that against double jeopardy. He has
also supported retroactive taxes, gun control, and warrantless searches
and seizures. The president's legal team is constantly pushing for
judicial rulings that will sanction expansions of federal power.
The Clinton White House has, for example, supported the federalization
of health care, crime fighting, environmental protection, and education.
Clinton also claims constitutional authority to order military attacks
against other countries whenever he deems it appropriate. President
Clinton's record is, in a word, deplorable. If constitutional report
cards were handed out to presidents, he would receive an F." -- Timothy
Lynch, March 31, 1997
|"Bill ran after me, tackled
me, threw me to the floor of the kitchen in the mansion and cocked his
fist back to punch me." -- Dick
|"He's the all-time self-indulgent vindictive
pig." -- Neal Boortz, 1-27-2001
|"Billy Graham is a great man. He bears within
him deep reservoirs of sweetness, and the reservoirs often overflow. It
was embarrassing to see America's two most famous political grifters [the
Clintons] plop themselves in the first row dressed in telegenic silk and
allow themselves to become the focus of sweet words they knew would come.
"Why did they feel it right to inject a partisan
political component into a spiritual event [Billy Graham's last crusade
in New York]? Why take advantage of the good nature and generosity of an
old hero? Why, after spending their entire adulthoods in public life, have
they not developed or at least learned to imitate simple class?" -- Peggy
|"Read this to reinforce that feeling you have
that Bill Clinton was a dishonest, corrupt, lying sleaze-bag.
-- Neal Boortz, 5-28-2003
|"Though it has had scant attention from the mainstream media, a bipartisan
effort to squelch an independent counsel's final report on Clinton-era
abuse of the Internal Revenue Service and Justice Department has gotten
the attention of Web activists and commentators, causing a growing call
for the release of the document that is said to including damning evidence
against the 42nd president and his administration. ... Columnist Emmett
Tyrrell, who has called for the release of the entire Barrett report ...
slams 'several crafty Democrats' and 'a few dubious Republicans' in Congress
for blocking release of the report." -- WorldNetDaily
|"Clinton has released classified missile technology to China after
receiving political contributions from the communist Chinese ... he has
allowed China to take control of port cities on both ends of the strategically-vital
Panama Canal ... and Clinton has allowed the Russians and Chinese access
to sensitive missile bases, command centers, and shipyards ... Under Clinton,
47 supercomputers have been sold to China, most for use by the Red Army
-- the butchers of Tibet and Tiananmen Square. These US computers
can be used to target nuclear missiles at America and to build new and
more powerful nuclear weapons." -- Christopher
|"Yesterday we learn that Clinton
has delivered a letter to the Supreme Court resigning [as an attorney eligible
to argue before the Supreme Court]. Yes, he resigned … resigned
rather than being disbarred. No appeal. No arguments.
Just submission. He tucks his tail between his legs and slouches
"Just more of the sleazy legacy of the most corrupt,
most dishonest president in our history." -- Neal Boortz, 11-14-2001
|"But your most disgraceful case was in Somalia; where -- after vigorous
propaganda about the power of the USA and its post cold war leadership
of the new world order -- you moved tens of thousands of international
force, including twenty eight thousands American solders into Somalia.
However, when tens of your solders were killed in minor battles and one
American Pilot was dragged in the streets of Mogadishu you left the area
carrying disappointment, humiliation, defeat and your dead with you.
Clinton appeared in front of the whole world threatening and promising
revenge, but these threats were merely a preparation for withdrawal.
You have been disgraced by Allah and you withdrew; the extent of your impotence
and weaknesses became very clear." -- Excerpt from Bin Laden's Declaration
of War on the US in 1996
|"When the old Bill Clinton felt threatened by an opponent or hounded
by a prosecutor, he would bewail his fate to all who would listen, beseeching
their help and demanding their attention. Often his out-loud laments
would trigger action and sometimes lead to solutions. But this display
of self-pity was always private, never in public. He was too disciplined
and kept his ego enough in control that he would keep his public disposition
sunny and positive even as he haunted his staff behind closed doors.
"Even his legendary temper was always concealed from public view.
In private with his staff, he would frequently fly into rages that were
so varied that Stephanopoulos categorized them ('the silent scream,' 'the
morning roar,' 'the slow boil,' 'the nightcap,' 'the show,' and 'the last
gasp' ) But the extent and violence of his red-faced tantrums were so concealed
from the public and the media that few believed he was capable of such
a temper during his presidential years.
"But now his self-pity and temper are often on full public view.
His ego has grown to the point where he bounces off the walls when he is
attacked." -- Dick
Morris (his ex-employee), 3-28-07