Tuesday, March 28, 2006

The Envy of the U.S.

Bill Clinton, while speaking in London on 28 March, states "Britain’s economy, environmental policy and attempts at modernization were envied in the United States, where comparable policies under President George W. Bush were lacking."

Turning these self-proclaimed important people loose on foreign soil ensures they will attempt to placate the locals with some statement about how much better they are than us or if we could only do it the way they do.

England may be good for the English but not for me. I have visted there many times. I enjoy visiting. I'll do it again. I like the British, especially the Scots. I am a big fan of English and Scottish soccer. But the UK's best days are behind it. They rarely produce value and have little creativity. They are they envy of no advanced society.

Tony Blair has done some good things but to say that England or the UK is the envy the U.S, is only applicable to Bill Clinton and his cronies.

After its all said and done, Clinton was probably trying to impress some young British girl, hoping to lure her to his hotel room after hours. Once a snake, always a snake. Or he is still campaigning for the UN leadership.

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