Monday, February 19, 2007

Senator Clinton, 2.0?

Why do former Democrat presidents feel the need to bother the country once they're out of office. Ford, Reagan, Bush I; they settle down and enjoy the rest of their lives out of the spotlight, Democrats like Clinton and Carter continue to be media whores and won't go away. Here's a charming story on that note:

WASHINGTON — If Hillary Clinton is elected president, the next senator from New York could be her husband, Bill Clinton.

Supporters are touting that scenario in the event the seat currently held by Mrs. Clinton opens up as she moves to higher office. New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, a Democrat, would be tasked with appointing someone to fill the open Senate seat for the remaining two years of Clinton's term.
Come on Fox. Aren't you going to lick Clinton's balls at all?
Could Clinton still fit the bill? One of the most popular presidents with black voters, he spoke Sunday to the annual meeting of the New York State Association of Black and Puerto Rican Legislators, where he received a standing ovation.

"I know how come I'm here — I'm here because I'm a stand-in for Hillary," he said.

At the event, he spoke about health care, renewable energy technology and education, all issues that Sen. Clinton has focused on during her campaign.

"He's one of those individuals that has a reputation as a liberator for minority communities," said Lt. Gov. David Paterson, who is black and is backing Sen. Clinton for president. "Bill Clinton had a reputation for delivering. He does have a tremendous effect that I've observed when it comes to minority communities."