Newsweek Cover for Citizen Clinton
March 31, 2002 11:57 PM   Subscribe

Newsweek Cover for Citizen Clinton On the heels of a post on George Will, why not look into what Clinton is thinking as well.
posted by alethe (4 comments total)
“One night last year he called about 1 a.m. ranting and raving about something,” says Julia Payne, his spokesperson. “And I said, ‘Sir, are you watching Fox again?’ ”

I miss Clinton.
posted by warhol at 5:13 AM on April 1, 2002

Does it matter who's president? This upstanding little song says it doesn't. ;)
posted by MiguelCardoso at 6:30 AM on April 1, 2002

This is rock-and-roll tour money. The organizers of one British event last year had to inquire of the tax office whether Clinton was properly classified as a “statesman” or “entertainer,” the latter requiring a 22 percent tax on the speaking fee. After careful deliberation, the tax collectors declared him still a statesman, a decision that might prove more controversial with some of their American cousins.
posted by Mo Nickels at 7:36 AM on April 1, 2002

The more I learn about Bill Clinton over the years, the more I think that the movie Primary Colors captured him perfectly - strengths and flaws both. Now I need to go read the book.
posted by tdismukes at 11:09 AM on April 1, 2002

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