Bill Clinton Wins A Huckabee Award - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Bill Clinton Wins A Huckabee Award

Speaking at a rally in Bowling Green, Ohio on Oscar Sunday, Bill Clinton earned himself a Huckabee, which is given to politicians who use bizarre metaphors in a ham-handed attempt to put complex foreign policy issues in more human terms.

Explaining his wife Hillary’s position that the United States needs to withdraw from Iraq so that the Iraqi government will be forced to make the tough decisions it needs to, the former president said:

“Just think about your own life. Suppose your next-door neighbor’s house burns down, and your neighbor has nowhere to go. You’d take your neighbor in. You know you would. Even if you just had him sleep on the couch, you’d take him in for a month. Most of you would let them stay six months if they had no place to go. But if your neighbor is still on the couch after five years, it’s not about the fire anymore. It is not about the fire anymore in Iraq.”
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