Friday, May 2, 2014

JIMMY had BILLY
BILL has ROGER
Is it any wonder why 
we've become what we are?

5 comments:

  1. Prob'ly would have made a better President...

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  2. Godawful isn't he?

    Chastity Bonor

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  3. Gad! He really thinks of himself as "all that."

    Maybe the cocaine talking.

    Or not.

    Where is Roger Clinton today, I wonder.

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  4. Not an unpleasant fellow, AOW. There's another part of his appearance on Letterman where he's talking, and believe it or not he speaks better than his infamous brother. Clearer voice, better diction, and much less of a thick hick accent than The Rapist-in-Chief. Go figger!

    However, I don't hear evidence of much IQ there, but who knows? He's 57 now, married, still alive, and out of jail, but ... I imagine the Deadly Duo -- Her Heinous and the Emperor BJ -- prefer to have as little to do with him as possible.

    His SINGING? Oh my God! It's so LOW CLASS. But, apparently, that's what people like nowadays.

    Boy Clinton was our very first Rock 'n Roll President. I don't know how much lower we could possibly sink, but I'm sure we'll keep on a-tryin.' The Race to the Bottom hs been on a fever pitch for many years.

    Could a crash landing and total incineration be avoided? I don't know. Hope still springs eternal, but it's at a very slow trickle.

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  5. Reggae rocks! Bob Marley was the best. Speakin of music.

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