Has Bill Clinton Suffered a Stroke?

According to the HuffPo

Bill Clinton praised Newt Gingrich while explaining his recent surge in the polls.  “I think he’s doing well just because he’s thinking, and people are hungry for ideas that make some sense,” Clinton told NewsMax. “He’s being rewarded for thinking.”  He also praised the candidate’s debate performance, though he declined to predict a primary win.

Now how’s that for a bizarre turn of affairs?  It makes one think that Clinton has suffered some some neural damage of some kind.

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One thought on “Has Bill Clinton Suffered a Stroke?

  1. wken 28 Nov 2011 at 10:11 am

    For one thing, bear in mind that this is an interview with Newsmax. Not really a news source, there.

    Also, I kind of agree with the quote … Gingrich is thinking, which is more than we can say for most of the rest of the GOP candidates (Perry, Bachmann, Santorum, Cain are not exactly thinkers; Romney says whatever he thinks people want to hear; Paul is nuts). I think that he might be the best one running other than Huntsman, but that really speaks to the weakness of the Republican field rather than Gingrich’s strength.

    You know the saying about the kingdom of the blind and the one-eyed man? Well, Gingrich might have only one eye and it’s near-sighted, but he’s ahead of the rest.


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