BILL CLINTON IS A HERMAPHRODITE

Saturday, May 14th, 2011 | Uncategorized

But you didn’t hear that from me:

If Bill Clinton had his way, there would be an Internet agency created by the U.S. government or United Nations to debunk malicious rumors that originate and spread online.

“I think it would be a legitimate thing to do,” Clinton told CNBC in an interview that aired Friday. He was interviewed alongside Mati Kochavi, a cybersecurity entrepreneur.

“Let’s just say the U.S. did it. It would have to be an independent federal agency that no president could countermand or anything else because people wouldn’t think you were just censoring the news and giving a different falsehood out,” he said. 

The former president may be interested to know that there is an independent structure already in place for combatting false Internet rumors.  It’s called the Internet.

12 Comments to BILL CLINTON IS A HERMAPHRODITE

Kelso
May 14, 2011

This year’s Fireball Watts, Episcopal Bishop. Back when I wuz a young buck me an’ a buddy wuz in Noo Orleans, and wuz walkin’ down Bourbon Street.

We come to a big poster with a purty gal on hit, and I said, “Junebug, les’ go in hyear!”. Junebug wuz a bit more sophisticated than me, though, and he replied:

“Uhn-unh Fireball. Lookit her hands! Thass one of them Transisters!”

Anonymous Anglican
May 14, 2011

Yeah, and where was he when Dan Rather was using fake documents to rip Bush apart. Hmmm. No double standard here.

sybil marshall
May 14, 2011

Ah, Mr. Distinguishing-Feature-in-Chief…

J.M. Heinrichs
May 14, 2011

I disagree; he lacks the balls.
http://www.neuticles.com/

Cheers

Don Janousek
May 15, 2011

Hey, now what a minute there. Slick might be on to something here.

Of course, it will only work if the people reporting the “facts” each day are completely trustworthy like, say, Dan Rather and Chris Mathews.

Maybe they can FINALLY tell us what the meaning of “is” is.

Fr. J.
May 15, 2011

When you think about all the unheaathy and ill prepared meals people feed their kids, it seems we should place a government inspector and government nutritionist in every home to supervise the preparation of all foods. People also say things that are untrue in their homes. We should have a government fact checker present for all conversations that last more than 3 minutes. Just think how much we could improve the world if we just have enough government to control everything.

st. anonymous
May 15, 2011

“I did not have sex with that woman!!!!”

Maureen
May 15, 2011

Who does Snopes know, and when did they know him?

sybil marshall
May 15, 2011

Can’t recall it exactly, but this is close: “so sneaky he don’t even tell hisself what he is up to…not even if he was laying in bed with hisself in the dark of the moon…”

Don Janousek
May 16, 2011

Fr. J: You sound like some big-spending liberal advocating that our beloved rulers spend all that money on nutritionists and speech-monitors in private homes.

Have the herd report each evening to a Community Eating Hall. Have them stay there until it is time to go to the Community Barracks to bed. That way they will be guaranteed a few hundred calories a day AND their ungovernment speech can be monitored on-site.

Of course, this can all be modified once computer chips are installed at birth.

[...] former president may be interested to know that there is an independent structure already in place for combatting false Internet rumors. It’s called the Internet” …. (Wz, [...]

[...] former president may be interested to know that there is an independent structure already in place for combatting false Internet rumors. It’s called the Internet” …. (Wz, [...]

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