It's hard for someone like (r)Money to believe someone can take a position and actually hold onto it. Lately he's been pushing the lie - also found in this book - that Bill Clinton doesn't like Mr. Obama.
Are you serious? Really are you serious? Mr. Clinton is part of the Democratic party and by in large you NEVER speak out against an incumbant unless your acknowledged by the party as running for a office representing the party. This year the Republicans running for the GOP nomination tore each other apart verbally,but its ok to the party because its part of the process of elimination,to see who the people will nominate. But once done you see how fast they all line up to stand behind that nominee. Both parties operate the same way. Bill Clinton is not going to PUBLICLY say anything about Obama,but he can be quoted truthfully and then just go around denying he said it.Its the way it's done all the time. And please your NOT gonna use the White House Web page as a reference for anything are you? Smoke and mirrors hun.
you libs are hilarious tonite! of course Clinton can't stand Obama. remember the "a year ago he'd be getting us our coffee" line? of course you don't...Media Matters probably didn't report on that. but it's well known that there's no love lost there.
and seriously, you don't understand why Clinton makes nice in public? are you 12? or super-naive? was Obama the first time you voted? do you not know a thing about politics?
So, Hollister, did was Bill Clinton throwing Oblama a warm fuzzy when he recently said Mitt Romney "had a sterling career at Bain Capital, and has nothing to be ashamed of? Since you hero and savior can't run on his own dismal record, his only shot at re-election is demonizing Romney's very successful time at Bain. And slick Willie goes and undermines that.... with love and admiration, of course.