Bill Clinton - Victim of Women!
Eighteen months ago, it was the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy (VRWC). Then it was prejudice by the "media elite" against people from Arkansas. Now, Hillary Clinton has yet another explanation for her husband's pathological lying and mistreatment of women... his mother and grandmother used to fight when he was four years old.
By Carolyn Gargaro
August 3, 1999
(Featured in WorldNetDaily 08/04/99)
Hillary Clinton, in her recent interview in the premier issue of Talk Magazine, claimed Bill Clinton was an "abused child" who was traumatized by constant battles between his mother and grandmother. This fighting caused such emotional scars that Bill Clinton, caught in the middle and always feeling he had to please both women, now has sexual problems and needs to get help. Hillary compared Bill's sexual habits with the drinking of an alcoholic and likened the Oval Office affair to a relapse."He was so young, barely four, when he was scarred by abuse," Hillary claimed. "There was terrible conflict between his mother and grandmother. A psychologist once told me that for a boy, being in the middle of a conflict between two women is the worst possible situation. There is always a desire to please each one."Let me get this straight. Bill Clinton couldn't deal with this "conflict" that he endured when he was FOUR YEARS OLD, so, as a result, he is compelled to commit adultery and harass women? Since he couldn't please both his mother and grandmother, he now can't help himself and must yield to the temptation of young interns?
Hint for Bill: Attacking women such as Juanita Broaddrick and harassing people like Paula Jones isn't an effective way to deal with the feeling that you can't please women.
Caught between two women is the "worst possible situation?" Now wait a minute -- is this the same "I am Woman Hear Me Roar" feminist Hillary who would claim that men aren't necessary in the family structure? Yet, now she states that being raised by two women, without a father, has wreaked havoc on Bill's life. So, if a man is "caught between two women," we can expect him to have a sexual dysfunction?
What interesting logic, especially when it comes from a person who some claim is the most intelligent woman in America.
Ronald Reagan had an alcoholic father who he used to find passed out on the front porch. Jimmy Carter grew up on a racist farm. Franklin Delano Roosevelt had Polio. Abraham Lincoln grew up in an illiterate household. However, Bill Clinton can't overcome a mother and grandmother who used to argue over him when he was a toddler. This is the same man who runs the country, who holds the power to start a nuclear war? This is so very typical of the current victim mentality. "I'm not responsible for what I do - it was society/my upbringing/unfair treatment/water with too much chlorine, that is the root of my problems."
Why did Hillary try and blame the VRWC for her husband's woes, if she knew this "mother to grandmother conflict" was the root of Clinton's problem? If Hillary was aware of this "psychological abuse" that caused Clinton's behavior, then WHY did she sit back while every woman who dared to open her mouth about Bill Clinton was trashed? Where was Hillary when Paula Jones was being crucified in the media? Where was she when Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick were being called liars? Hillary now says that she knew her husband had a sexual problem yet she sat by while the women who were victims of this known problem were trashed. Gosh, how pro-woman of Hillary, to sit by quietly while all this was happening to other women.
So it isn't the VRWC now and it isn't prejudice against people from Arkansas -- WOMEN are to blame for Clinton's women problems! Again, how pro-woman of Hillary to blame the women in young Bill's life for the women problems in adult Bill's life.
Mrs. Clinton may want to cut the psychobabble, forget about the women in young Bill's life, the VRWC, the anti-Arkansas "bias," and for once, hold her husband accountable for his own actions.
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