I’m not going to have time to post much today so let me simply direct your attention to BlameBush one of the funniest blogs on the web. Most of the blog consists of satirical anti-Bush broadsides, but this recently posted book review was also hilarious:
From Katherine Willey to Juanita Broderick, Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine explores the many loves of a man who just had too much love to give. Unlike Bush, who won't even take time out from his drunken holiday to speak to a poor, grieving mother, President Clinton wouldn't hesitate to meet with the little people and feel their pain - and, if time permitted, other parts of their anatomy as well. That's because deep down within his throbbing loins he had a burning desire to help those in need - especially damsels in distress who came looking for a friend and went away with so much more. Trailer trash whoreslut Paula Jones turned to a young Arkansas governor for a new job, and got a glimpse of the future president that only a few hundred other women can claim to have seen. Katherine Willey came to Clinton for a shoulder to cry on...but she got the BONUS PLAN, BABY!!! OHHHH!!! Sure, Clinton got a little boisterous sometimes, but at least he never murdered anyone. No one who didn't have it coming, anyway.
Although he was the most powerful man in the free world, Bill Clinton would drop everything, including his pants, to help a friend. Their Lives chronicles the ordinary lives of the women who were proud to call Bill Clinton a "friend", and what's left of their lives now.