Bill Clinton on Obama: ‘He’s incompetent. He’s an amateur!’

Posted by on Jun 02, 2013 at 8:37 am
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Tell us something we don’t know, Slick.

President Obama made a secret deal to support Hillary Clinton when she runs for president in 2016, campaign sources say, payback for the support her husband gave him in 2012.

Bill Clinton’s animosity toward Obama is legendary. A year before the last election, he was urging Hillary to challenge the sitting president for the nomination — a move she rejected.

According to two people who attended that meeting in Chappaqua, Bill Clinton then went on a rant against Obama.

“I’ve heard more from Bush, asking for my advice, than I’ve heard from Obama,” my sources quoted Clinton as saying. “I have no relationship with the president — none whatsoever. Obama doesn’t know how to be president. He doesn’t know how the world works. He’s incompetent. He’s an amateur!

Speaking of Obama’s amateurish incompetence, an endorsement from the scandal-plagued failed president may not be worth much come 2016. If we ever get the truth about what happened on the night of September 11, 2012, the two of them could probably blackmail each other. Meanwhile, it’s evident Bill Clinton and Obama can’t stand each other, but for appearance’s sake they kissed and made up, aided and abetted by one of Obama’s media stooges.

But after his re-election, Obama began to have second thoughts. He would prefer to stay neutral in the next election, as is traditional of outgoing presidents.

Bill Clinton went ballistic and threatened retaliation. Obama backed down. He called his favorite journalist, Steve Kroft of “60 Minutes,” and offered an unprecedented “farewell interview” with departing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The result was a slobbering televised love-in — and an embarrassment to all concerned.

Except Steve Kroft, who still probably has a thrill running up his leg.

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11 Responses to “Bill Clinton on Obama: ‘He’s incompetent. He’s an amateur!’”

  1. Lightwave on 2/02/13 at 12:35 pm

    “Except Steve Kroft, who still probably has a thrill running up his leg.”

    And inexplicably, still has a job at “60 Minutes” after that book came out exposing him as in the tank 100% for Team Obamee.

  2. jim mcclain on 3/03/13 at 12:14 am

    Obama will leave a legacy exceeding Truman, Roosevelt, Lincoln, etc. as he will resolve all the ‘crisis’ presently in news and be seen as the savior of the USA. Even though he is responsible, those soc lib dem voters will fawn over him. Also, Hillary made a smart move. SecState is in charge of approving all private military contracts, not Halliburton, et.. She also controls up to 100 rotary and 200 fixed wing aircraft minimum. She is the real power after POTUS. She retired to allow Kerry credibility for next election, expecting to be nominated for POTUS or VP as reward.

  3. Marcus on 3/03/13 at 12:49 pm

    Bill and Hillary are snakes of the same slimy skin. It’s all about them.

    They ran virtually in tandem against Obama. Then when losing, they cuddled up and made sure they stayed close- heeding the Godfather’s advice.

    Now it’s all about them again as they try to stand on Obama’s back.

    I don’t believe two more disingenuous, mendacious, disgusting, incompetent hacks have ever existed.

    Hey Hillary. It matters and it’s going to haunt your fat, bulbous ass.

  4. lyle on 3/03/13 at 1:32 pm

    I don’t believe two more disingenuous, mendacious, disgusting, incompetent hacks have ever existed.

    Hey, they’re democrats. These are resume enhancers.

  5. Doc on 3/03/13 at 1:32 pm

    Gosh, I sure hope Hillary gets a chance to show courage in the face of snipers again, or maybe have a grandchild named after Sir Edmund Hillary, or find out that “it” really does make a difference.

  6. John Paterson on 6/06/13 at 12:51 pm

    Anybody want to bet that because Obama made the deal under duress, he’ll chose to simply disappear at the end of his term rather than endorse Hillary?

    He’s got no reason to keep his word. It’s not like it’s his habit to keep his promises or anything.