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Reuters: Clinton says Republican extremists divided country

It’s about time someone is concentrating on the divided nation!  More of the Reuter’s article:

Former President Bill Clinton told Iowa’s Democratic Party faithful on Saturday that the actions of “an extreme sliver” of the Republican Party have backfired and “profoundly divided” the country.

 “We’ve got a big responsibility. Forget about 2008. Forget about the politics. Just go out and find somebody and look them dead in the eye and say ‘You know, this is not right’…This is America,” Clinton said. “We can do better and this year, it’s a job that Democrats have to do alone.”

 More than 3,500 Iowa Democrats paid $100 each to attend the fund-raising banquet that kicked off with Clinton’s speech. About 50 people paid $10,000 per couple to attend a private reception with Clinton beforehand.

 Republicans, who control the White House and Congress, Clinton charged “paint themselves as pure and the rest of us who don’t agree with them as stained” in order to divide the country and stay in power. “People know things are out of whack, that fundamentally the order of, the rhythm of public life and our common life as Americans has been severely disturbed,” he said.

Of course this divide has been helped along by the Evangelic Religious Right that the admin has been making fun of lately.


October 15, 2006 - Posted by | Current News

1 Comment »

  1. Re: Former President Clinton

    Take his wife…please!

    (never one to miss a Henny opportunity)

    Comment by Crank Bait | October 16, 2006

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