Bill Clinton uses the Q-word

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The New York Daily News reports:
Former President Bill Clinton says Iraq "looks like a quagmire," and estimates "the odds are not great of our prevailing there."
Recall, he avoided serving in the military. I guess he expected George bush to lob a few harmless cruise missiles into Iraq, blow up a harmless factory or an empty building, and call it a day. In Ladies Home Journal. I suppose it will help Hillary gain votes with the soccer moms.
 
Ed Lasky  10 06 05
 
Clarice Feldman adds:
 
Someone who used the phrase "mission accomplished" to describe his military efforts in Iraq in 1996 ought to be careful with his vocabulary.
 
UPDATE:

Freeh unloads in Clinton, notes the many skeletons in his closet and says this:

In another revelation, Freeh says the former president let down the American people and the families of victims of the Khobar Towers terror attack in Saudi Arabia. After promising to bring to justice those responsible for the bombing that killed 19 and injured hundreds, Freeh says Clinton refused to personally ask Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah to allow the FBI to question bombing suspects the kingdom had in custody — the only way the bureau could secure the interviews, according to Freeh. Freeh writes in the book, 'Bill Clinton raised the subject only to tell the crown prince that he understood the Saudis' reluctance to cooperate and then he hit Abdullah up for a contribution to the Clinton Presidential Library.' Says Freeh, 'That's a fact that I am reporting.'

 
The New York Daily News reports:
Former President Bill Clinton says Iraq "looks like a quagmire," and estimates "the odds are not great of our prevailing there."
Recall, he avoided serving in the military. I guess he expected George bush to lob a few harmless cruise missiles into Iraq, blow up a harmless factory or an empty building, and call it a day. In Ladies Home Journal. I suppose it will help Hillary gain votes with the soccer moms.
 
Ed Lasky  10 06 05
 
Clarice Feldman adds:
 
Someone who used the phrase "mission accomplished" to describe his military efforts in Iraq in 1996 ought to be careful with his vocabulary.
 
UPDATE:

Freeh unloads in Clinton, notes the many skeletons in his closet and says this:

In another revelation, Freeh says the former president let down the American people and the families of victims of the Khobar Towers terror attack in Saudi Arabia. After promising to bring to justice those responsible for the bombing that killed 19 and injured hundreds, Freeh says Clinton refused to personally ask Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah to allow the FBI to question bombing suspects the kingdom had in custody — the only way the bureau could secure the interviews, according to Freeh. Freeh writes in the book, 'Bill Clinton raised the subject only to tell the crown prince that he understood the Saudis' reluctance to cooperate and then he hit Abdullah up for a contribution to the Clinton Presidential Library.' Says Freeh, 'That's a fact that I am reporting.'