Bill Clinton Is Father of The Year

An accused rapist, serially unfaithful husband and impeached former president (Bill Clinton) with but one ridiculously-average child (especially under the circumstances), to be honored as “2013 Father of the Year”

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“The National Father`s Day Council announced today that it has selected Bill Clinton as a 2013 “Father of the Year” Award recipient. The award will be presented at the 72nd Annual Father of the Year Awards in New York City on Tuesday, June 11, 2013.”

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9 Responses to Bill Clinton Is Father of The Year

  1. sortahwitte says:

    They are f’n shitting us up. Unbelievable.

  2. R.D. Walker says:

    I would think that screwing around on the mother of your children would preclude you from ever being father of the year…. or even considered a decent father.

  3. RUDE JUDE says:

    So, when did the nomnation forms come out? I musta missed ’em. Is it too late now? Sure do wish I coulda nominated MY sweet Dad for the award. But he’s not a celebrity or anything like that. Is that a prerequisite?

  4. R.D. Walker says:

    I nominate somebody like the subject of this song.

  5. John Cox says:

    “Who’s your Daddy (of the year)?”

  6. Uke says:

    What’s that? Bill Clinton, father of the year?



  7. Rich says:

    The left has been destroying the American family for years. Womenhood has been deeply wounded by abortion as life’s traditional protectors have been turned into its most indifferent killers. So too fatherhood has been maligned. From degredation of the brilliance and honor of our nation’s founding Fathers to the emasculation of fatherhood by at will divorce and abortion. With the selection of Bill Clinton as father of the year the left declares and codifies the death of fatherhood. Doubtless the feminists are cheering. To declare Bill Clinton as a person worthy of respect in any capacity, much less fatherhood, is to herald the sanity of Gregor Samsa. The world is truly gone mad.

  8. messup says:

    a tad bit long, but worth the reminder:
    I.Regime change in Iraq
    To weaken Saddam Hussein’s grip of power, Clinton signed H.R. 4655 into law on October 31, 1998, which instituted a policy of “regime change” against Iraq, though it explicitly stated it did not provide for direct intervention on the part of American military forces.[114] The administration then launched a four-day bombing campaign named Operation Desert Fox, lasting from December 16 to December 19, 1998. For the last two years of Clinton’s presidency, U.S. aircraft routinely attacked hostile Iraqi anti-air installations inside the Iraqi no-fly zones.
    Clinton’s November 2000 visit to Vietnam was the first by a U.S. President since the end of the Vietnam War.[115] Clinton remained popular with the public throughout his two terms as President, ending his presidential career with a 65% approval rating, the highest end-of-term approval rating of any President since Dwight D. Eisenhower.[116] Further, the Clinton administration signed over 270 trade liberalization pacts with other countries during its tenure.[117] On October 10, 2000, Clinton signed into law the U.S.–China Relations Act of 2000, which granted permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) trade status to People’s Republic of China.[118] The president asserted that free trade would gradually open China to democratic reform.[119] Clinton also oversaw a boom of the U.S. economy. Under Clinton, the United States had a projected federal budget surplus for the first time since 1969.[120]
    After initial successes such as the Oslo accords of the early 1990s, Clinton attempted to address the Arab-Israeli conflict. Clinton brought Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat together at Camp David.[27] Following the peace talk failures, Clinton stated Arafat “missed the opportunity” to facilitate a “just and lasting peace.” In his autobiography, Clinton blames Arafat for the collapse of the summit.[2][121] The situation broke down completely with the start of the Second Intifada.[27]
    The waivers President Clinton granted to Loral Space & Communications and Hughes Electronics represent only the latest in a string of questionable missile, supercomputer, machine tool, oscilloscope and other technology equipment deals that, in effect, reveal the U.S. business and political elite bargaining away our national security.
    No sleeping giant, China is making its presence felt on many fronts. The 13 Chinese missiles positioned in our direction weren’t perfected 5 years ago. The nuclear tests recently initiated by India and Pakistan are in large part a product in the chain of U.S. assistance to China and China’s military aid to Pakistan.
    As if the failure of U.S. intelligence in catching India’s test preparations weren’t alarming enough, experts say the supercomputers sold to China will enable it to conduct virtual nuclear tests. With no need for physical testing, the Chinese could flex their nuclear muscle with little fear of detection.
    Since Clinton assumed office, he has acted to reclassify turbine engines, aircraft and other dual use technologies as “commercial” to ease their passage from U.S. manufacturing plants to China. In the face of the Justice Department’s investigation into Loral’s and Hughes’ ’96 satellite launch atop a Chinese rocket, President Clinton overrode Justice Department and Pentagon advisories and issued another waiver to Loral earlier this year. This decision came on the heels of China President Jiang Zemin’s first official visit to the U.S. last fall which, incidentally, featured stops at the Hughes Corporation’s California headquarters and manufacturing plant.
    Rejecting the national security concerns of then Secretary of State Warren Christopher, the Pentagon, Defense Department and CIA, the president shifted the entire satellite licensing operation from the State Department to Commerce in ’96, effectively cutting Congress out of the approval process governing such exports. Apparently, the administration knew the move would raise eyebrows since staffers were warned via e-mail to keep it under wraps.
    III.You decide if this “Father of the Year” is an American or not:
    Rejecting the national security concerns of then Secretary of State Warren Christopher, the Pentagon, Defense Department and CIA, the president shifted the entire satellite licensing operation from the State Department to Commerce in ’96, effectively cutting Congress out of the approval process governing such exports. Apparently, the administration knew the move would raise eyebrows since staffers were warned via e-mail to keep it under wraps.
    China eyes California port
    But there are other symptoms signaling something amiss with U.S.-Sino policy. On our own shores, an effort is under way to lease California’s Long Beach Harbor Naval Base to the China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO), the same Chinese state-run concern caught smuggling illegal AK-47s to arm California’s street gangs. (remember: 2013 reports of AK-47’s surfacing in Oakland)
    Despite the growing number of area residents lobbying Congress to prevent COSCO from enjoying increased access to the port, the city of Long Beach and the Clinton administration favor the lucrative lease and job creation arrangement.
    These and other national security slips made in the guise of helping the American economy belie the fact that such decisions rarely benefit the public-at-large and more often enrich corporate executives and stockholders.
    Money pumped into Clinton and DNC campaign coffers may better explain the unusual sway held over the administration by Loral’s Chairman Bernard Schwartz and China’s People’s Liberation Army. While Chinese gunrunners, munitions company representatives and other unsavory characters checkered the exclusive White House guest list during the ’96 presidential campaign, it is every U.S. citizen who will incur the costliest price tag as America’s safety is traded away for economic and political gain.
    Secret transfer of Panama Canal
    Even the ’77 treaties turning the control of the Panama Canal — a vitally strategic waterway — to Panama have assumed troubling proportions. Although the canal operates under the aegis of the U.S. until ’99, the Panamanian Assembly last year passed a law giving a Hong Kong company with close links to Communist China rights to the Canal and its U.S. military bases. That the U.S. ambassador in Panama and the Panamanian Port Authority didn’t even know about the deal with Hutchison Whampoa Ltd. until after the fact is unsettling.
    Several of Panama Law #5′s provisions are said to conflict with those of the ’77 treaties signed by former President Jimmy Carter. Although the Justice Department learned of China’s movement toward the Canal in ’96 — even before the secret Panamanian law was passed — it has remained unresponsive. Hutchison Whampoa will essentially control the movement of all ships in the region, yet the State Department and U.S. Embassy view the entity as any other business investment group.
    Veteran military officials monitoring the area can’t fathom why the administration refuses to see that Communist China will dominate the canal that the U.S. should never have relinquished in the first place.
    “Father of the Year!” HAH! Sleeze-ball of the year is more like it!!Pray. Amen.

  9. sortahwitte says:

    I sent an e-mail to the national father’s day conference basically asking what the fuck were they smoking? No reply yet.