In what can only be described as pure hypocrisy, former disgraced president, William Jefferson Clinton, draft dodger and womanizer, spoke before the National Governors Association's semiannual meeting warning of a “growing polarization” facing America.
Who in our history has polarized the country more than the Clinton’s? From the “Vast Right Winged Conspiracy” to Monica Lewisnky, Whitewater to trashing the White House when leaving, I can’t recall any President who did more harm to America, except for maybe Jimmy Carter.
What have we been hearing from Democrats ever since President Bush won the election in 2000? It has been a constant drone of George W. Bush wanting to starve people, hating Blacks, starting wars, favoring the rich, and virtually any and every derogatory matter one can think of. The Democrats, including B.J. Clinton and his ambitious spouse, have spared no expense in spewing hateful rhetoric towards Republicans and Conservatives in general.
Prior to the 2000 election of President Bush it was unheard of for any former President to openly bash or complain about a sitting President, regardless of party. Carter and Clinton changed that by their vitriolic opposition to the Republican Presidents Administration, right from the start.
Cries of how Bush “stole the election” spread across the country as the left in America adopted names as “shrub,” “chimpy,” “Commander in thief,” “Dumbya” and so many more hateful and erroneous names were continually applied to the President, both in and out of the press and politics.
In fact, I cannot recall a single instance in the past 8 years when President George W. Bush has received credit for a single thing, not even for protecting America from more terrorist attacks after the horrific events of September 11, 2001. Members of the left and Clinton’s Liberal/Socialist/Progressive/Communist blame America first crowd of malcontents have blamed even that event, terrible as it was, on President Bush.
From Al Gore to Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, virtually every powerful Democrat in government, not one has a really kind word to say about President Bush or conservatives, even outside of election year rhetoric.
The left in America has gone out of their way to separate and divide America over Global Warming claims, Tax Cuts that benefited all, but somehow were only given to the wealthy, the response to the worst terrorist attack in the world’s history and even Hurricane Katrina, all blamed on George W. Bush, while Democrat involvement is given a pass.
Merciless attacks have been leveled against former Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, Vice-President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, the first Black woman in history to be appointed to that office, former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, the first Hispanic to be appointed to that office, not to mention conservative talk radio hosts like Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter, who was subjected to an attack by pie throwers during a College Speech she was giving.
In the meantime, although neither party is adequately addressing ILLEGAL immigration nor securing our borders, Democrats portray conservatives who demand secure borders and our immigration laws are followed as “racists” and “hate-mongers.”
Those who don’t buy into the farce of Global Warming, or Global Climate Change since we had one of the colder winters on record recently, have been compared to slave owners by Democrat, Robert Kennedy Jr. in a recent speech he gave.
Words like Patriotism are being redefined somehow as being against your country while Democrats lambast Heroic and Highly Decorated Combat Veterans and some RINO’s as “dishonest and dishonorable.”
Clinton mentions the first viable Black candidate for President with no mention of any real experience in foreign affairs or governing or only having served 143 days in the Senate.
B.J. concludes his speech by letting us know we are facing problems that “are similar to problems President Teddy Roosevelt grappled with a century ago.”
In an expression of total hypocrisy, listed in those “problems” are “inequality among rich and poor, immigration and energy policy.”
Even in warning about “polarization” he can’t resist throwing in rhetoric that further divides us.
Clinton tells us,
“If those issues are dealt with, We’re about to go into the most exciting period of human history. If we don’t, in the words of President Roosevelt, dark will be the future. I’m betting on light, I hope you are, too.”
Plunging the country into the darkness of Socialism that enslaved the former Soviet Union, Cuba, China, Viet Nam, North Korea or the radical Islamic Jihadism enslaving Iran and that once enslaved Afghanistan is hardly what I would call light.
The audacity of the most divisive politicians in our history warning us of polarization is just appalling.