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Politically Wrong: Blunt Confessions With Bill Clinton



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It has come to the possibility of another Clinton in the oval office, except this time it will could be a woman sitting in the seat behind the Presidential desk. Having a women not be on her knees in the oval office when a Clinton is involved is already enough to boggle the mind, but anything is possible.

Recently, Hillary Clinton came forward and said that she would but her husband (former President Bill Clinton) to work and have him working on the getting ride of the economic debt of the country. It has been 15 years since the once Arkansas govenor was in the oval office, and 15 years since he has been in the policitical game, besides of course helping his wifes campagin. Yet now he is dusting off his work boots and he is getting ready to get his hands dirty again in politics. That can be a scary thought. After 15 years of retirement, having to stand up and get back in the game can come with a lot of stress. Yet Mr. Clinton is known for his cool, calm and collected behavior under pressure so we are sure that he will get along just fine with the new found responsibility.

We wanted to ask Bill how he feels about going back into the political game, so we got him in a plane and had him sit down with us and talk.

WONG: Mr. President, it’s been a while since you’ve stepped into your “political shoes,” how does it feel to be back?

CLINTON:  “Politics gives guys so much power that they tend to behave badly around women. And I hope I never get into that.”

It was at this moment that I relieved how big a sense of humor Mr. Clinton has, he didn’t take most of the interview very seriously.

WONG: You have been in the oval office before, do you have any advice for your wife?


CLINTON:  “Being president is like running a cemetery: you’ve got a lot of people under you and nobody’s listening.”

WONG: Do you think that you can bring a lot of help to changing the economic debt?

CLINTON: While I was president “the economy… produced 6.1 million jobs…, and if Michael Jordan comes back to the Bulls, it will be 6,100,001 jobs.”

Now, I know what you’re thinking. How can we trust a man who blatenly lied to our faces while he was the president?


You have to admit for a president he is a great actor, and in fact in our interview he had something similar to say.

CLINTON: “If President Reagan could be an actor and become president, maybe I could become an actor. I’ve got a good pension. I can work for cheap.'”

Alot of people are concerned about the “Clinton Family Mob”, especially since the movie Clinton Cash came out at Cannes and drove questions to the source of their income. Nevertheless, if Hillary wins the presidency then Bill Clinton will be back in the office.

WONG: A lot of things have changed since you were in the office for example marijuana is now legal what do you think about that?

CLINTON:  “When I was in England, I experimented with marijuana a time or two, and I didn’t like it. I didn’t inhale and never tried it again.”

WONG: Besides that there is all the discussion about transgendered rights, what are your views on that?

CLINTON: It’s hard because I used to be able to say “you know, if I were a single man, I might ask that mummy out. That’s a good-looking mummy,” but now not all the mummies are mummies.

WONG: Are you excited to be back in the White House? Do you miss the job?

CLINTON:  “I like the job. That’s what I’ll miss the most…I’m not sure anybody ever liked this as much as I’ve liked it.”

The economic debt does need to be handled one way or the other, is Bill Clinton the right man for the job….. I’m not sure. Yet, that is one of the things that we can’t control. When you pick a president you pick their team. Hillary Clinton has picked Bill as a part of her team.

I asked Mr. Clinton about how he felt wroking for his wife now, he of course had no comment, but he didn’t seem happy about the question. Some voters are curious about who will be pulling the strings in the White House if Hillary trully is elected. Will Hillary? Or will Bill? Whatever the anser is, it is possitive to say that the Clinton’s have something up their sleeves, they always do.


Parker Wong (born October 28th, 1983) is an American conservative political commentator. Has been and continues to be a part of many political organizations such as ACLU, Lions Club International, NRA, CSAmerica, as well as many others. Has been known to rally and advocate for and against LLCR, PRA, Grassroots Leadership, as well as many others. His brash tactics and straightforward temperament makes him well known in the political field. He now has turned to the internet to spread his views on politics and the way that America used to be, and should be.

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