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Because He Could

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2005

    Boring, Boring, Boring!

    Like Scott, a disappointed, reader, I didn't even finish the book. The first chapter is a critique of Bill Clinton's book, 'My Life'. The rest is a complete criticism of Clinton's personality and his career, most in 'hindsight'. By now, we all know Clinton had a 'problem' that's old news. What really irritates me is that Dick Morris spent 20 years as Clinton's political consultant, helping get him elected as governor of Arkansas and two terms as President. Ok, maybe Clinton really wasn't a successful President, maybe he didn't have the desired qualifications. So why, WHY, did Dick Morris work so hard to get Clinton elected to the highest office in the US if he knew Clinton was not qualified?? Today, Morris appears on Fox News, a Republican outlet. I guess Mr. Morris just goes where the money is. In other words, he's a 'sell-out', a hypocrite, someone who will support anything for a buck. Reckon he will write a 'kiss-and-tell' book about Bush Jr. after the fact??

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2005

    I actually stopped reading this book

    I hate to start a book and not finish it, no matter how bad it is. After taking a quick glance at this book, I was expecting a, dare I say it, fair and balanced analysis of the Clinton administration and an intelligent discussion of its many facets (both good and bad) and the events that took placed during its eight year reign from someone who was clearly in the know. Unfortunately, what I found was a shameless piece of self-promotion and unmistakeable Monday morning quarterbacking. From the very beginning, this book screams of the writer's supreme sense of self-importance. His hindsight analysis of the entire tenure of the Clinton administration is unbelievably convenient and self-serving. Don't waste your time or money. It isn't even interesting. It's just bad.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2013

    Did not read

    Hay dick he disgraced his self the America people didnt do that you have to blame someone right that is the way you all think

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2012

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    I was going to buy this book because I am intrigued by the "Come back kid, Bill Clinton. While reading the sample, I came upon the big lie, 9/11 happened on George Bush's watch not Clinton. It was Bush who didn't try to stop 9/11 even though he had warnings. This tells me their are more lies ahead, these writers don't have their facts straight, why would I want to waste my money and time.

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