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What’s Clinton going to blame Republicans for next?

Imagine my surprise when I saw this headline at WorldNetDaily:

Clinton: GOP policies tied to hurricanes

Then imagine my frustration when I could not open the site to see the story. It took a few clicks to a few more web favorites, but I finally found it at NewsMax:

Reprinted from

Monday, June 12, 2006 8:12 p.m. EDT

Clinton Links GOP Policies to More Storms

As Tropical Storm Alberto threatened to strengthen into the ninth hurricane in 22 months to affect Florida, former President Clinton predicted Monday that Republican environmental policies will lead to more severe storms. "It is now generally recognized that while Al Gore and I were ridiculed, we were right about global warming," Clinton said at a fundraiser for the Florida Democratic Party. "It’s a serious problem. It’s going to lead to more hurricanes."

There’s more; but, surely you get the point. Yes, Slick Willie has finally blamed THE FREAKING WEATHER on the Republican party. Maybe he needs to get a reservation with Alec Baldwin.

UPDATE: 9:35pm CDT

While the above story was unfolding at the Florida fundraiser, former President Clinton was recklessly ignoring his personal safety as Tropical Storm Alberto bears down on Florida. What a brave man!

storm information
at 8 pm edt…the center of tropical storm alberto was located near
latitude 28.0 north…longitude 84.9 west…about 150 miles
west of tampa…or 130 miles southwest of cedar key. maximum
sustained winds remain near 70 mph with higher gusts. alberto was
moving northeast at 8 mph…and this general motion…accompanied by
a gradual increase in forward speed…is expected for the next 24

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June 12, 2006 - Posted by | Life and Ramblings


  1. “It is now generally recognized that while Al Gore and I were ridiculed, we were right about global warming,”

    Sure… every good lefty Democrat who hates President Bush with every fiber of their being recognizes that. The thought of Slick wandering the halls of the Whitehouse in the role of first husband is too weird for words. I may vote anti-Republican here in Texas, but the memory of Wild Bill reminds me why I’d have a really hard time doing that on a national level.

    Comment by The Dude | June 12, 2006 | Reply

  2. CLinton Blows

    Comment by EricPWJohnson | June 14, 2006 | Reply

  3. Dude, I agree with you on the natonal elections. I just hope every RINO barely gets elected. We just cannot afford to turn this country over to the Dims for more reasons than I could list here.

    Comment by Neocon | June 17, 2006 | Reply

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