June 12, 2018

Slick Willy takes bafflegab to whole new level with “No/Yes” answer

David MenziesMission Specialist

 

Last month, ex-Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne achieved a new pinnacle in doublespeak when she said “Sorry, Not Sorry”, but a politician speaking with a forked tongue hit a new benchmark recently thanks to former president Bill Clinton.

It happened when former President Bill Clinton was asked whether he had ever personally apologized to Monica Lewinsky.

Bill actually answered the question with “no/yes.”

Watch as I try to parse this slippery answer and show you how the joke’s on us.

And chin up, ex-Premier Wynne! Next to ex-president Bill Clinton, you could probably get away with adopting the nickname, “Honest Kathleen.”

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commented 2018-06-16 03:16:22 -0400
Boy…..does that ever sound good…..“ex Premier Wynne”!
Next….ex Prime Minister Trudeau!
commented 2018-06-13 11:56:52 -0400
Bill looks like he has a bit of dementia going on. That &/or Hillary has drained out a critical amount of his life force.
commented 2018-06-13 11:15:00 -0400
Clinton is terrified. He knows where he belongs.
commented 2018-06-13 11:14:31 -0400
Speaking of Slick Willie. When will we see justice for the young reporter Justin Trudeau groped in Creston BC? You know there are others, but I would wager accusing Canada’s golden boy might be a rather daunting thing to actually consider doing. It would make you a target. There is such a double standard on the left. If there is anyone out there who is afraid to come forward, just know that conservative women (and men) would have your back.

By the way exactly what did that ‘groping’ entail?
I mean what did “I wouldn’t have been so forward” mean exactly or “inappropriately handled”? Trudeau apologized for, (his words) “inappropriately handling” this young reporter while on assignment. He confessed, admitted, and publicly apologized and now his press secretary says that he “doesn’t think he had any negative interactions”.
His words to her were, ’I’m sorry if I had known you were reporting for a national paper, I never would have been so forward". She was reporting for the Creston Advance but also for the National Post and the Vancouver Sun. How hard would it be to track her down, get a statement?
commented 2018-06-13 04:15:15 -0400
And ditto, a serious examination of how the Chicago/Alinsky lefties managed to get a closet Muslim Obama into the White House…
commented 2018-06-13 04:12:40 -0400
Clinton was a “sicko” from early on and it would be interesting to know what in his childhood made him think he could get away with constant lies… So no surprise that he hooked up with Hillary recognizing a “kindred spirit”… What a “lovely” couple that still blatantly practice this insanity on a daily basis! And, and, hope to get away with it to boot!… As they well might!!… I do hope however, that some serious researchers in the coming years explore this demented couple seriously, and this all too obvious corruption of all that made America great at one time…
commented 2018-06-13 00:39:45 -0400
I think time is just about up for King Billy the Kinky. Even the left are tiring of Killary and Bubba. Check out Boston Globe article by Marjorie Egan. (spelling?)
commented 2018-06-13 00:20:34 -0400
It would appear that Our Dear Leader learned a lot from Willy Boy. As in how not to answer a yes or no question. Or any question for that matter.
commented 2018-06-12 21:44:48 -0400
Just goes to show that the left has no care for absolute truth. Notice too how Clinton turned the situation to his advantage by accusing the interviewer. This is how the lunatic left think. When in doubt, denigrate.
commented 2018-06-12 20:03:50 -0400
These days, it seems hard to come by a straight answer! Marxists have invaded the language.

How does Bill & Hilary deny their flights on the Lolita Express??? Epstein’s pilots kept records… passenger manifests are a bitch!
commented 2018-06-12 19:16:29 -0400
It depends upon what the meaning of the word “is” is.
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