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William Jefferson Clinton Painting with a Blow-Torch!

Few people can deliver a script better than Bill; complete with the ever sincere and deeply devout lower-lip overbite the man can charm the venom out of a Mojave Rattlesnake.

Hillary, on the other hand, while she clearly hasn’t nary a gnat’s hair follicle of oratory skill she can stare-down an elephant of its tusks leaving this pachyderm spellbound to a belief that its loss is a mere illusion set upon it by some overpowering fantasy-truth. 

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The Elixir of Slick-Williedom to Save Hilly?

For his apparent ability to slip thru several political crises and charm his way out of bad news, Ronald Reagan earned the title of the “Teflon President.” Then there’s Bill Clinton; in the early days of 24/7 media to the current day no politician, not a one, has managed to refine the art of deflection into an enduring form of duality as has he; not even a close second. He is and will forever be “Slick Willie!”

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Clintonology Defines the Process

Many, me included, believe we are living in a time that future generation will see as an extraordinary period in American history. For well over a century the American form of government has been under assault being persistently probed by progressive interest looking for means and methods by which its deliberate design regiments might be overcome. The most significant moves towards these ends appeared most conspicuously with the first Roosevelt Administration and continued onward regardless of the party in power. It is my hope, if the U.S. Constitution survives, that we are about to embark on a journey away from our own self-destruction.

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