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Desc:Went almost entirely off script to simply demolish all attacks made at the RNC
Category:News & Politics, Educational
Tags:bill clinton, Barack Obama, DNC 2012, arithmetic
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Comment count is 18
Stopheles - 2012-09-06
Now that is a motherfucking ORATOR.
The Mothership - 2012-09-07
Seriously; it is so refreshing to see a professional speaker speaking professionally.

IrishWhiskey - 2012-09-07
I think his strong point is actually that he wasn't acting like a professional orator.

His whole speech he kept shutting down applause and not building cadences right, ad-libbing his lines and shifting topics, because he was just a smart guy explaining things he wanted us to understand. Things he really cared about, and wanted us to know. And that sincerity came through in spades.

Dread Pirate Roberts - 2012-09-06
I loved every minute of this. Gives me a bit of hope seeing people actually speaking to the heart of the issues and not just talking points to get their voter-base riled up and angry.
Louis Armstrong - 2012-09-06
Such a great power point presentation. And by power point, I mean President Clin-Ton!

Toenails - 2012-09-06
I, for one, am totally for more Medicare spending for the disabled.

Is that on the Dems' platform, or has it been gaveled out?
joelkazoo - 2012-09-06
Bill Clinton was a great president and is an exemplary statesman and orator, but he's a shitty human being. I'd want him on my side if I was accused of a capital crime or wanted to raise some money, but would never leave him alone in a room with my wife or daughter, if I had either.

All that said, this is a brilliant speech.
Old_Zircon - 2012-09-06
He did some shit stuff as president, too. A whole lot of the corporate deregulation that led to the mess we're in now happened under Clinton.

GongWise - 2012-09-06
Deregulation has always been a conservative ideal. It was partly a concession to the neo-cons and partly motivated by good-faith in a free market. And then those that took advantage of deregulation were, of course those that most strenuously advocated a free market. Republicans.

godot - 2012-09-07
Goldman Sachs donated to Democrats, Merrill Lynch donated to Republicans. Create a playing field that can be gamed, whether financial engineering or party patronage, and it will be gamed.

Ultimately, humans in 2100 won't give a damn whether US Medicare went bankrupt in 2020 or 2030. They'll care about the atmospheric carbon that they're stuck with for the next 100 millenium. I'm not sure there's really a lesser of evils on that one.

cognitivedissonance - 2012-09-06
He didn't answer MY question: What is the capital of Israel?
Gmork - 2012-09-07

memedumpster - 2012-09-07
The American dollar.

StanleyPain - 2012-09-06
Good speech and I'm glad the speech was not lots of platitudes but actually discussing the meat and potatoes of political issues, but I don't think many people will care, sadly.
memedumpster - 2012-09-07
I like this Bill Clifton fellow, is he perhaps available for the job of president?
Sudan no1 - 2012-09-07
As a BLOODMOUTH I hate to admit it, but going vegan did wonders for his health.
Jet Bin Fever - 2012-09-07
That sounds like some obscure Harry Potter terminology.

hichief - 2012-09-12
Am I the only person that wishes the crowd just wasn't there?
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