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Clinton's Bill

Why his honorarium for speeches is less than honorable.

by Greg Asimakoupoulos
March 19, 2004

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Clinton's Bill_Greg Asimakoupoulos-Why his honorarium for speeches is less than honorable When Clinton bills for giving talks,
his fee’s enough to rock your socks.
It’s almost half a mill per speech
for one disbarred who was impeached.

It’s not quite right. In fact, it’s wrong
that he who snapped an intern’s thong
should offer virtuous advice
and then demand that kind of price.

But then again why would some pay
to listen to what he might say?
He isn’t known for honesty,
commitment or morality.

It’s true, he was the President,
but does that make what groups have spent
a wise investment of their dues
to hear Slick Willy share his views?

Me thinks that while his fee’s a crime,
those who invite him should do time.

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vela from Chicago, IL writes:
May 3, 2004
My goodness! Well! And, mercy me!

I think I smell hypocrisy!

It is a shame, it is a crime

That all who sin don't do their time.

Although I think Bill C. was wrong

For snapping aforementioned thong

I think Georgie's war unjustified

When to our nation he has lied*.

Cheney and Scalia's interest conflicts

Ring of cozy little cliques

Where favorable terms seem up for sale

Within a duck blind! Their story's frail.

Reagan's arms deals with many nations

Sent my wallet into palpatations!

And the Bushes marriage with the Saudis?

A lifetime of behaviors naughty.

CEO's salaries are out of whack

While moral leadership they seem to lack.

Entertainment stars? Sporting men?

Who knows where all this greed will end?

But no one works 'em like Bennett Bill

He shook his finger on Capitol Hill

Although his speaking fees took the cake

At the casino he wanted to raise those stakes.

So be careful before you let judgments fly

Examine the speck in your own eye**

Don't hitch your star to politics for your salvation

Show more compassion, it'll help your nation.

*Or did those pesky WMD's finally show up?

** Matthew 7:1-5

p.s. According to ABC news, Clinton's speaker fees averaged $158K per talk...the last known published fees.

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