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In tomorrow's New York Times review of Bill Clinton's autobiography, Michiko Kakutani writes that:
[...] Mr. Clinton tries to characterize his impeachment fight as "my last great showdown with the forces I had opposed all of my life" - with those who had defended segregation in the South, opposed the women's and gay rights movements, and who believed government should be run for the benefit of special interests.
Ha, ha. What balls. But a typical liberal, though, infused with excessive self-regard: take no personal responsibility for your own failings and, instead, elevate the defense of your own corruptions and perjuries to the same level as standing up for human and civil rights. What an egomaniac.
Oh, and Kakutani basically thinks the book sucks. Not that that's gonna matter for sales or the public's interest, both of which are guaranteed to ---wait for it--- suck the oxygen out of whatever room Kerry is in.
Well-played, old man. And who's next? Kerry had better hope that Jerry Ford doesn't have some weird-assed bombshell to drop after this thing is played out.