The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #27523   Message #339565
Posted By: Thomas the Rhymer
13-Nov-00 - 02:58 AM
Thread Name: BS: A Day of Absence for Democracy
IMHO, Clinton has got what it takes to be a great president. He understands more complex issues at the same time than anyone I've seen...

I don't give a rat's ass what his sex life is like.

Those last eight years were all that the popular business party could have asked for... MOST OF THE PEOPLE WERE PROSPEROUS MOST OF THE TIME...

In fact, my guess is that we have become so sedated by our massive consumption patterns, that we have forgotten the awesome CREDABILITY Clinton has in matters of international business incentives, and political science.

Trash him as you may, he has done a fantastic job in the white house, and I for one consider the partison quibbling to be reminiscent of 'chicken little'...

Do any of us honestly believe that "TRICKLE DOWN" was not bankrupting this country for the sake of runnaway imperialism?

But given the choice between Clinton and Nader, I would take Nader's honest assessment of the fallacy behind the assertion that "WHAT IS GOOD FOR BIG BUSINESS IS GOOD FOR THE WORLD'S PEOPLE"

In the words of Nader; "I am not taking votes from Gore, Gore is taking votes from Gore. He is barely holding his own against the most bumbling and incompetent man the republicans have chosen in decades!"

I guess that includes Quayle...ttr