Sunday, September 24, 2006

Clinton on FOX

There's enough analysis of Bill Clinton's appearance on Fox News Sunday going around to fill a book, so I'll try to keep this brief.

Clinton came into the interview with a chip on his shoulder, and probably the expectation that he would be able to put Fox in its place by saying all the things he perceives so many liberals want to regarding Fox's conservative leanings. The problem is, he didn't say anything new. He sounded like so many messages from the left, particularly when it came to using the neocon tag and pointing out Fox's supposed bias.

I would expect that from the rank and file, but a part of me always thought he was above that, at least in front of the press.

Guess not.

1 Comments:

At 3:07 PM, September 26, 2006, Blogger Crawford's Take said...

As a member of the Rank and File, I frankly think the only people on our side of the aisle NOT speaking like Clinton did are the Dem politicians themselves!

It was a breath of fresh air as well as the Olbermann rants of the last 3-4 weeks.

Thank God someone has finally found their voice!

;) Rae

 

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