Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Bill Clinton: If We Elect Scott Brown, the Earthquake Wins


Chicago Daily Observer

Special Envoy to Haiti and former president Bill Clinton defended his appearance today at a rally for Democrat Martha Coakley while Haiti is recovering from Tuesday’s earthquake. When I told him that some had been critical of his decision to stump for Coakley while hundreds of thousands are still trapped under rubble, he responded with annoyance: “Who?” he challenged, “who is criticizing me? It’s your problem if you can’t see how these things aren’t mutually exclusive.”


Looks like Billy Boy is getting a little senile. I think it's about time he hit the trail to the nursing home.

We all know of the crucial vote in Massachusetts today. The conservative blogosphere is extremely abuzz with info relating to the story, so today I'll refrain from regurgitating what everyone else is. In a totally unrelated issue, here's a story I thought I'd share relating to my post on MLK yesterday:

Baltimore: One dead, two arrested in separate events near King parade route


A 19-year-old man was fatally shot in the face and two men were arrested on drug charges after fleeing police in separate incidents that occurred near the route for Monday's Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade, according to Baltimore police.

About 2:30 p.m., after the parade had finished but with roads still shut down, an off-duty officer near the 600 block of W. Hoffman St. said he heard gunshots. Officers found a man inside an apartment in the 1000 block of Pennsylvania Ave., about two blocks from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard...


How fitting.

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The Watcher said...

Hmmm. Seems as if ...

the earthquake won.

fuzzys dad said...

The earth is shaking for the Washington,D.C.crowd.