Monday, September 29, 2008

Bill Clinton Praises John McCain's Greatness and Barack Obama's Potental Greatness

Appearing on Meet The Press this Sunday, Bill Clinton praised John McCain calling him a great man:

"What I mean by saying that about McCain is, you know, most people would've been broken by what he went through. Oh, we would've been happy just to give him an "atta boy" and a medal and let him wander through life. I, I think his greatness is that he keeps trying to come back to service without ever asking people to cut him any slack or feel sorry for him or any of that stuff because he was a POW."

And here's what he had to say about Barack Obama arriving at greatness:

"I mean, he was, you know, until he was in the State Senate until 2005 and then he began a campaign for president, which is, in all probability, will be successful, and those are very great accomplishments. But those are personal accomplishments. When he becomes president, he'll be doing things for the American people and for the world and he is--and the greatness will then become apparent because of the good he'll do. And I, I think that's what I very much believe is going to happen."

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