Slick Willie as object lesson

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Ron Coleman writes of Bill Clinton's latest whopper:

I use Bill Clinton in my work all the time. My work as a lawyer is in the field of litigation, and I frequently have to help witnesses prepare for their depositions. As part of that preparation, I always tell them this, more or less verbatim:
Don't even try lying. Who was the best liar in our lifetimes -- the world champ? Right, Bill Clinton. He was the greatest. And what happened to him? He got caught, hung up. Almost no one is a good enough liar to keep it going, so if your conscience doesn't prevent you from lying under oath, at least learn the lesson of Bill Clinton. Just tell the truth.

As the saying goes: "It may be that your sole purpose in life is to serve as a warning to others."

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Bob said:

For the DEFINITIVE and short-readable book on the Great Prevaricator, read Christopher Hitchens book, "No One Left to Lie To".

For a lifelong dedicated Lefty, highly-educated and well-read Mr. Hitchens nailed the socio-pathology of Slick Willie to a Tee, as well as the co-dependency of Clintons' allied left-wing enablers, like Sid "Vicious" Blumenthal.

A NECESSARY read with Hillary hovering in the rafters.

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