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Rep. James Clyburn Recounts The Wrath of The Clintons in 2008

Fighting words


An interesting little tidbit here from someone who is actually on the same team as William Jefferson Clinton and his wifey. With friends like these…well, you know the rest.

If you bastards want a fight, you damn well will get one” is the quote of interest here, apparently uttered by an infuriated Bubba during a 2:15AM phone call to South Carolina Democratic Congressman James Clyburn. It’s probably the first time Slick Willy ever phoned a man at that hour, but I digress. The frustrated phoner allegedly took place in 2008, just after Barry O defeated Hillary C in the South Carolina primary. According to Clyburn, “I had not been involved in it, but Bill Clinton thought otherwise.” There’s something mildly hilarious about Teflon Bill blaming a sitting United States congressman for the outcome of a primary, especially one of his own fellow Democrats. 

So get ready to have some real 90’s deja vu kick in as the Clinton machine revs up for 2016. The Wizard of “Is” is one scorned husband, and if he was pulling these shenanigans back in 2008, I would imagine it will all get amped up past an “11” when there’s no real concern about impeding the election of the first black president.

In other words, get ready for a hugely entertaining retread of this (only directed at Joe Biden next time around):


Matt Fox

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