Monday, September 19, 2005

Liar's Paradox


Bill Clinton illustrates that he has uttered only one true sentence in his whole life, "All statements that come out of my mouth are false."

6 comments:

tlm said...

Oh jeez... There's that trademark BJ Clinton finger waving again. I missed his Meet the Press appearance. Did he lecture us?

cube said...

Yep. Apparently the Clinton/Bush lovefest has expired. And I say good riddance to it. My main complaint about President Bush is that he was too gracious to Clinton. That trainwreck of a president doesn't deserve any validation.

cube said...

tlm: in case you're interested, there is a good analysis of the most recent Clinton lies at Powerlineblog .

Gindy said...

The guy is like the energizer bunny when it comes to promoting himself.

Anonymous said...

Oddly enough, it's Bush's lies we should be worrying about. Clinton lied about having an affair, Bush lied about Iraq and WMDs. Sigh, wingnuts and their misplaced priorities. =\

cube said...

No, Danny. Clinton can't tell the truth about anything. Remember when Clinton (and everyone else in the world) agreed that there were WMD's. Now he says the opposite. This is lying to garner political favor. Revisizing history when it suits him politically means he can't be trusted to tell the truth on anything, way more than lying about an affair.

If the wingnut fits, wear it, Danny.