Guess which former American President claims that Republicans have divine power....?
You got it! Said President was none other than Slick Willie Clinton, himself.
So, here we have Clinton expressing the belief that Republicans have divine power and, by simply doing more than Clinton/Gore did to positively impact the environment, they can produce Armageddon between June 1 and the end of November by summonsing-up extreme Cat-5 Plus storms.
Bwaaah, ha, ha, ha, ha...!
And that's not all. He also ragged the Bush Administration on "the war in Iraq, the rising federal deficit and high health care costs." But, what did he do while in office? He used million dollar missiles to bomb a tent in Afghanistan and an aspirin factory in Sudan, declined to take Osama bin Laden when offered to him by Sudan, left a budding depression for GWB to pull us out of, and pushed his and Hillary's two-for-one-co-presidency's failed national health-care experiment in socialism for America's health-care system. Quite a record, that.
Not to mention all the racky-tacky what "is is" game, "oral sex is not sex," telephone sex with a young female intern in the wee hours of the morning, deviant new uses for Cuban cigars, and feel-good under-the-presidential-desk games to play while talking with foreign leaders on the phone in the Oval Office. Sheeesh!!
A Florida Republican Party spokesman, Jeff Sadosky, slammed Clinton for using "class warfare and a race-baiting message" and providing no solutions for the problems he attributes to Republicans.
Of course, we all know that class warfare and race-baiting are historic permanent planks in the Democrat Party Platform. That's Slick Willie for you. He's been doing a lot of that type of attribution since he practically had to be pulled off the White House drapes to get him to leave after George W. Bush was sworn in.
He uses such attributions to pull the rug out from under Republicans should they try to use those charges against Democrats. The same Democrats who used class warfare and race-baiting for decades to convince voters they needed the Democrats to "fight for" them and their rights. And to keep them poor and illiterate so they wouldn't know it was Republican Abraham Lincoln who prosecuted the Civil War to abolish slavery and Republicans who pushed through the Civil Rights Act---dragging the Democrats kicking and screaming all the way.
The situation now is that the liberal hard-left have lost their lock on the media, the communicated word, and the information highway. They no longer have a lock on voter support based upon race, ethnicity, and lack of opportunity and upward mobility. What's more, they are powerless to restore it.
Yes, Virginia... There is a God!
Read about it at Clinton Links GOP Policies to More Storms.
Here's James Taranto's interesting take on the above in his "Clinton: The Republicans Control the Weather," which is also linked to the above-cited article:
"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," the Associated Press reports.
Such scare tactics seem like a good way of ensuring that more people will vote for the GOP. After all, if Republicans control the weather, who knows what other powers they have?"