Friday, April 23, 2010

Bill Clinton being Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton marked the 15th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing by repeating the same old rhetoric from 1995. “Anti-government talk emanating from conservatives naturally, inevitably led to the death of 168 lives in the wreckage of the Murrah Federal Building." There is always a risk that some isolated, violent incident could happen, but to link that to American citizens who are expressing their point of view is unconscionably. Is Mr. Clinton saying that law-biding citizens do not have the right to assemble and voice their opinion? To link the Tea-Party movement with the Oklahoma bombing is typical liberal style politics . . . I recently read that Bill Clinton and his former crony, in all that is political, James Carville, are focusing on minimalizing the Tea Party folks. Such attention clearly means that the Tea Party Movement is making inroads. It is not surprising to me that without any particular leader in the Tea Party movement, they would just attack the movement itself. As far as I am concerned this is only the beginning. However, this tactic of smearing your enemies will not work when it is focused on American citizens. American’s are tired of being “bullied” by politicians and they are going to show how tired when the go to vote in the next election.

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