What did one liar advise the other liar?
The following is not a Saturday Night Live sketch. Or is it?
So a married serial womanizer who had numerous affairs while holding a powerful position and then lied about it in public hearings walks into a television studio.The television host asks what advice the perjurer would give to the person who now holds the same powerful position and whose professional lies have recently been exposed.
We were most interested to hear was his impression of the recent national health care rollout.
Dripping sincerity, he replied
"I personally believe, even if it takes a change in the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got," Clinton said.
Some believe former President Bill Clinton (D) made this statement to advance the career of his wife, also known for a few lies of her own, to the same powerful position held by the other liars. Awww, how sweet. The man who couldn't honor a basic commitment he made to his wife is now trying to help his wife - and himself - by advising another to honor his commitment
The former president's remarks are the first indication that the Clinton camp may be distancing itself from the disastrous rollout of Obama's signature piece of legislation.
Hillary Clinton is widely expected to make another bid for the White House in 2016.
Those in earshot of the television studio mocked the liar's answer.
Commenters on other sites were equally uncomplimentary.
Nah, even Saturday Night Live wouldn't do such an unbelievable skit.