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Revisiting the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy


On Sunday's Meet the Press, Bill Clinton told David Gregory that the "vast right-wing conspiracy" that went after him is not as strong as it was because the country's demographics have changed, but it's "as virulent as it was."

Says MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell, filling in for Keith Olbermann: "Mr. Clinton, we have some 21st Century news for you here. The vast right-wing propaganda machine is not shrinking. It's growing."

Watch both segments, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. Democrats usually discover their "leftist" mojo about a decade after they leave office. Then they run around the world pretending they were always this compassionate, progressive, and open-minded.

    The only liberal who was willing to admit to it while still in his prime was Ted Kennedy. And that's why the Kennedys occupy a somewhat higher place in the pantheon of liberalism than Clinton, Gore, or Carter. It isn't because they're "royalty." It is because they're one of the few people in politics who actually stand for something other than last week's opinion polls.

    Posted by: John | Sep 29, 2009 4:07:09 PM

  2. It's shocking to me that I miss the Repubs of days gone by; George H.W. Bush, Bob Dole, James Baker ... Man, has a lot changed in 15 years.

    Posted by: Rodney Wollam | Sep 30, 2009 6:42:34 PM

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