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Updated on October 16, 2012

Is Clinton really what he claims to be? A benevelent Individual who cares about climate change and the worlds poor and downtroden masses.He is certainly a charming character who was one of our presidents.But,we know he has another side to him.A darker side that doesn't usually show itself in public life.Only in hidden places where he can freely entertain himself with the luxury of privacy only a few billionaires or a president can afford.

Remember that saying - The DEVIL "is" in the DE-TAILS as Clinton would say,it,depends on what your definition of "is" is.

IDEALISTICALLY I'm a Democrat - PRACTICALLY I'm a Republican

I didn't vote for Clinton for president.

"Slick Willy" is not my type.He's a man of too many words that he defines himself.

I guess that can come in handy at times seeing as how he's a lawyer of sorts

.as well as a ladies man.

That's probably what kept him from being Impeached his last term in office

That and congresses Democratic party "members".

Former president Bush was just as "Lucky" as Former president Clinton

when it comes to Impeachment.

I didn't vote for him or his father either.

There is an old saying -"A bird in the hand is worth two in the Bush"

I always think of both Bush presidents now when I think of that saying..

You might wonder why that is! As I recall they both went to Yales - skull and bones fraternity which is rumored to make their "members" (pun intended here) go around a coffin naked and do unusual sexual things to eachother and new "members" as well (laugh here)

So,much for political "PARTIES" (PUN INTENDED)

Both parties supposedly have different views on life

I'm not so sure about their POL - LIC - TICAL lives.

There is one thing I'm sure of both former presidents seem to have something in common

They both give away their private thoughts when they speak in public.

The reason I say that is because I played their public speeches backwards and they have nothing to hid .Their thoughts come right out in this reverse speech for everyone to hear -( what they really think).

Obama also speaks his mind in reverse as well.As.I'm sure most everyone does.Wheather they are aware of it or not.


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      7 years ago

      Interesting. I'm going to read one of my blogs aloud and try reverse speeching it sometime. I'd be curious to hear what I'm really saying subconsciously.

    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      I see you are familiar with reverse speech to a limited extent at the moment.I wrote a few hubs on the subject before I wrote this particular hub.

      The fact is reverse speech is somewhere most of the time in normal speech patterns.Songs as well.

      In fact there is one particular theme song I look at on youtube "HAPPY DAYS" that was played in reverse where you could hear what someone singing the song is thinking while they are singing.That can only be understood as english when it's played in reverse.

      There is a website on reverse speech here -

      You can also google "REVERSE SPEECH" or goto youtube and put that term into their search box.

    • PETER LUMETTA profile image


      7 years ago from KENAI, ALAKSA

      Interesting but hardly scientific. Didn't the Beatles do this 30 years ago?


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