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Quote of the Day || February 24, 2014

“Obama declared 2014 to be a year of action. And so I’m really hoping to get some action.”

– Bill Clinton

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8 Responses to Quote of the Day || February 24, 2014

  1. Speaking from experience, there’s something really creepy about an old fogey bragging about getting some “action”. The only “action” he will see is when the women get up and run away from him.

        • Don’t know why link didn’t work, it’s probably my fault, I am tech-challenged. Here’s the starter kit..
          Juanita Broaddrick (AR)- rape
          Eileen Wellstone (Oxford) – rape
          Elizabeth Ward Gracen – rape – quid pro quo, post incident intimidation
          Regina Hopper Blakely – “forced himself on her, biting, bruising her”
          Kathleen Willey (WH) – sexual assault, intimidations, threats
          Sandra Allen James (DC) – sexual assault
          22 Year Old 1972 (Yale) – sexual assault
          Kathy Bradshaw (AK) – sexual assault
          Cristy Zercher – unwelcomed sexual advance, intimidations
          Paula Jones (AR) – unwelcomed sexual advance, exposure, bordering on sexual assault
          Carolyn Moffet -unwelcomed sexual advance, exposure, bordering on sexual assault
          1974 student at University of Arkansas – unwelcomed physical contact
          1978-1980 – seven complaints per Arkansas state troopers
          Monica Lewinsky – quid pro quo, post incident character assault
          Gennifer Flowers – quid pro quo, post incident character assault
          Dolly Kyle Browning – post incident character assault

  2. Well, Bubba is going to get some action tomorrow when he campaigns with KY Senate candidate, Alison Grimes. The KY SOS is a very attractive, vivacious, personable 35 y.o. – much like Gov. Nikki Haley.
    Wouldn’t surprise me if Grimes is the one who ends up with McConnell’s Senate seat. She has the ‘wow’ factor.

    • I’m afraid if McConnell wins the primary, he’ll lose in the general to her. I don’t give a lot of credence to polls, but most every one I’ve seen shows McConnell losing to her. Looks like Matt Bevin is the only Republican candidate who can beat her at this point.