March 16, 2003

It's not like losing your ATM card

Why, you little rascal:

The day the Lewinsky scandal broke, Clinton was to trade in his "biscuit" with the nuclear launch codes. But they were missing. "We never did get them back," says Patterson. Then there's bin Laden: Clinton ducked calls from the Situation Room to ok a Tomahawk attack in 1998, then waffled until it was too late.

Gee, I hope they changed the codes since then. Did he at least have to pay a penalty, like the fifty bucks I had to pay once when my purse was stolen and I had to get my credit card account cancelled and replaced?

(This is from a book. You can buy it from a link here.)

Posted by Andrea Harris at March 16, 2003 01:06 AM

You couldn't pay me to read this.

I liked him as President for about five minutes. Then I wrote him off. That seems like enough for me.

Posted by: Dean Esmay at March 16, 2003 at 04:08 AM

The more I read of the Clinton saga, the more I despair. This man was actually more dangerous than the Peanut Farmer, except through fecklessness rather than Carter's extravagant mental retardation.

Posted by: David Gillies at March 16, 2003 at 11:52 PM