Bill Clinton humor

Submitted by Todd B on 10/23/05 at 9:22 PM. ( )

Missing Bill Clinton

It doesn't matter what party you are this is absolutely hilarious. This comes from a black comedian on a Canadian TV show:

"Yep, that's right - I miss Bill Clinton! He was the closest thing we ever got to having a black man as President. Number 1- He played the sax. Number 2- He smoked weed. Number 3-He had his way with ugly white women. Even now? Look at him... his wife works, and he don't. And, he gets a check from the government every month.

Manufacturers announced today that they will be stocking America's shelves this week with "Clinton Soup," in honor of one of the nation's most distinguished men. It consists primarily of a weenie in hot water. Chrysler Corporation is adding a new car to its line to honor Bill Clinton. The Dodge Drafter will be built in Canada.

When asked what he thought about foreign affairs, Clinton replied, I don't know, I never had one."

American Indians nicknamed Bill Clinton "Walking Eagle" because he is so full of crap he can't fly.

Clinton lacked only three things to become one of America's finest leaders: integrity, vision, wisdom.

Clinton was doing the work of three men: Larry, Curly and Moe.

The Clinton revised judicial oath: "I solemnly swear to tell the truth as I know it, the whole truth as I believe it to be, and nothing but what I think you need to know."

Clinton will be recorded in history as the only President to do Hanky Panky between Bushes.

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Yep I'm not a big Bill Clinton fan either Todd

This response submitted by Cecil on 10/24/05 at 12:35 PM. ( )

but we were doing much better with him than the dunce we have in the oval office now that is taking us down the toilet. At least Bill had a brain even though he liked women too much.

I don't write the jokes.

This response submitted by Todd B on 10/24/05 at 9:34 PM. ( )

I leave that to the comedians. I just forward them or copy and paste to share with you huys and gals.

Todd B

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