Friday, November 11, 2005

Laugh of the Day

Hempstead, NY (AHN) - Former president Bill Clinton defended his presidency Friday, calling Congress' impeachment of him an "egregious" abuse of the Constitution.

Speaking at an academic conference examining his presidency in Hempstead, New York Thursday, Clinton disagreed with those who say history will judge him poorly because of his White House tryst with Monica Lewinsky.

He challenged historian Douglas Brinkley's comments in a newspaper interview that Clinton would be deemed a great president were it not for his impeachment.

"I completely disagree with that," Clinton said in his speech at Hofstra University. "You can agree with that statement, but only if you think impeachment was justified. Otherwise, it was an egregious abuse of the Constitution and law and history of our country."

Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!!!!

(Catching breath)

Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!!!!

Thanks Bill. I needed that.

How about a round of applause for the new guy at the Comedy Shack?

(applause, applause, applause)

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