Send WILLIAM JEFFERSON BLYTHE CLINTON to Iran?

United States
January 13, 2009 10:07am CST
Yes, it is true. Now that Hillary is going to be Secretary of State, perhaps some creative methods of seeking peace in the middle east should be explored. How about Bill Clinton go to Iran and negotiate? Just no one tell him about this story. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,479752,00.html I say that at least one of the world's annoyances will eliminated if we can get Bill to go on this peace mission. On a serious note, think of what such people must think of most Americans, given our behavior. What do you say?
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
13 Jan 09
I think a more viable idea would be to get all the undesirable leaders together with Bill at a remote location somewhere and then blast them all if they decide to leave with no resolutions being found first. I am sure most of them would jump at the chance for a free week on a Pacific Island or something! Old Billy Boy would have to be on best behaviour for sure in Iran; and I'm not talking about politically either! lol. As for "such people's" opinions of Americans and their own behaviours, if we are talking about Iranians here, well the unfortunate reality is that most of the hardliners in many parts of the Middle East are of the opinion that ALL Westerners are morally weak anyways. To constantly read about one drama or controversy after another is pretty much an expectation and of no surprise to them at all. If anything, it just convinces them even further that we ARE all weak.
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• United States
13 Jan 09
I'll go along with your idea. Now, let's round those rascals up and ship'em out. As to Middle Easterner's regarding all westerners as 'weak', well, I've got to agree with them. The current financial crisis, as just one example, would not exist if westerners had any backbone.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
13 Jan 09
Well I guess the consumer knee trembling became a clear destiny for many the second the two words "Don't panic!" were uttered. We reap what we sow, no question. I just wish people could get it through their heads that panicking and refusing to spend will drag this out for a longer time. As per usual it's a catch 22 though as it's hard for the average consumer to feel confidence when corporations are such bad role models.
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• United States
13 Jan 09
The problem is not so much refusing to "SPEND NOW" as it is not refusing to "BORROW MONEY" these last many years. The current financial crisis has it roots entirely in too much borrowing.
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@Destiny007 (5819)
• United States
14 Jan 09
I have a pretty good idea what other countries think off our behavior considering that I have a pretty low opinion about most Americans based on their behavior and belief system. The things that are going on here and the recent election is proof enough that our country is in a bad way.
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• United States
15 Jan 09
When I was a child, I believe neither Bill Clinton or 0bama would have had a ghost of a chance to become President. Amazing what the passage of time can do to people's attitudes.
@speakeasy (4215)
• United States
13 Jan 09
Before we eliminate him; how about helping some other people first. Let's send him to Zimbabwe and have him explain to Mugabe how you can step down from being President of your country, make tons of money, AND not be held liable for your actions while in office. This would be a non-violent way to get Mugabe out of office and give his country a chance to recover. Then, we can send Clinton to Iran.
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• United States
13 Jan 09
Excellent idea. Maybe Mugabe can go to Iran, too! I'll bet his proclivities are similar to Clinton's. Two for the price of one.