|Ken Blackwell wasn't feeling Bill Clinton's DNC speech|
He continues: "Listening to Bill Clinton can make you forget four years of unemployment above 8 percent [under President Barack Obama], a national debt increasing to $16 Trillion, and a future endangered by out-of-control federal spending. Take just this week: The Obama administration plans to 'forgive' Egypt's new Islamist government $1 billion in debt, just write it off. So, now, we have to borrow that billion from the Chinese and put our children's future further at risk in order to try to appease Mohamed Morsi. He's coming to Washington later this month to press President Obama to release the blind sheikh, Omar Abdel-Rahman. The sheikh is an Egyptian serving a life sentence for trying to blow up the World Trade Center during Bill Clinton's first months as president."
More commentary from Mr. Blackwell: "I love the way Bill Clinton bragged about the balanced budgets he produced. He vetoed every budget bill the majority Republican Congress sent him, even forcing the government to shut down, and blaming it all on Newt. Then, he finally 'triangulated' on the budget. And he gets the credit. He vetoed welfare reform twice until he was reminded that he had promised to 'end welfare as we know it.' So he signed the bill the Republicans arm-twisted him into signing. And now he claims the credit for it. My favorite Bill Clinton whopper was his middle-of-the-night signing of the Defense of Marriage Act. He dissed it. His spokesman called it a lousy piece of legislation. Then, Bill Clinton took out ads on Christian radio stations bragging about signing -- you guessed it -- the Defense of Marriage Act."