Bill Clinton Proposes federal or UN Governmental "Ministry of Truth" to Expose "Malicious Rumors" on the Internet.·
Wrenn, Editor, PoliSat.Com , PoliticalXray.Com .
May 16, 2011--
Former President Bill Clinton proposes that the federal government and/or the United Nations establish a governmental agency to expose "malicious rumors" on the internet. Presidential historians fondly recall Clinton's display of courage in ultimately admitting the truth of his lies. Or was it the lies of his Truth? As Clinton so often said, "Truth is in the eye of the beholder," which President Obama adapted to the Twenty-First Century by saying, "Truth is in the Eye of Holder.".
However, in deference to Bill Clinton's status as a Former President, Obama said, "But no one can Holder a candle to Former President Clinton in ultimately making a clean breast of his situation, which rectified his failure to make a clean dress." Indeed, Clinton's ultimate fidelity to the Truth served as the basis for what historians widely recognize as "Clinton's Greatest Speech":
Other historians cite extensive discrepancies between Bill Clinton's ultimate version of The Truth in his memoirs and the version of The Truth extolled by Hillary Clinton in her memoirs. These discrepancies are now known among presidential historians as the "Dueling Memoirs."
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Yet other historians think a different speech Bill Clinton gave after his Presidency when the identity of "Deep Throat" during the Nixon Presidency was finally revealed. Clinton made that speech in response to so many presidential historians having "linked" the presidencies of Nixon and Clinton on the basis of both of them having been the subject of impeachment proceedings. Thus, many historians think the following post-presidency speech by Clinton was his "best" speech:
However, a minority of presidential historians think Bill Clinton's most adroit speech was the post-presidential speech in which he explained why he granted a pardon for Susan McDougal but refused to grant a pardon to his life-long friend, Webster Hubbel. Many of these speeches are in the ClintonLiebrary Archives.
--Jim Wrenn, Editor at PoliSat.Com.
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