Clintons’ pathetic tale of woe is an insult to working Americans

Posted by on Jun 11, 2014 at 6:36 am

I mean, what with the presidential pension, the Arkansas governor’s pension, my paycheck from the gummint, add ’em up and that’s only 400K. I mean, thank the Lord for the Medicaid! I was fixing to apply for the Earned Income Tax Credit, was what I was gonna do.

Some clucked their tongues and said I got me a $8 million advance for my book just before we loaded up the truck and skedaddled out’a the White House. Them people don’t know nothin’.

Firstways, you don’t get the whole eight up front, you only get 2 million of the 8 million, and then your agent skims 200K offa the top a that, so you’re basically left with squat. Chicken feed that ain’t no good even for the chickens.

It waren’t until August 2001 that Bill made his book deal. Yes, it was a big’un, but we didn’t know he was gonna get a $15 million advance! We figgered $20,000 tops.

Even now it’s painin’ me to recall it — the same way it pained me the day I told Diane Sawyer we was “dead broke.”

Diane done paid for it later.

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One Response to “Clintons’ pathetic tale of woe is an insult to working Americans”

  1. World's Tiniest Violin on 11/11/14 at 1:04 pm

    Aww…how sad there is a tear in my beer. The poor dear has had it almost as rough as Dear Leader Messiah suffering in that Hawaii hellhole with those whitey cracka bankers attending a $20k a year private school. These are good comrades from the streets who feel our pain. Workers of the world unite! To each according to his need.