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Questions for Mr. Clinton

Where does 'My Life' intersect real life?

by Greg Asimakoupoulos
June 25, 2004

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Questions for Mr. Clinton_Greg Asimakoupoulos-Where Does "My Life" Intersect Real Life? It’s rather odd, don’t you agree,
that YOU should write your legacy?

That’s what historians compose
long after men have decomposed.

In “My Life” you attempt to say
that what you did was quite okay.

But was it all above reproach?
Did you let conscience be your coach?

You played around because you could
and stained the office where Abe stood.

You’ve blasted Mr. Kenneth Starr,
but Mr. Bill you know you are
a self-deceiving snow-haired flake
who won’t admit a gross mistake.

You glamorized your White House years
although they left your wife in tears.

You think yourself a superman
who feels undressed without a tan.

But underneath that burnished skin
has not your character worn thin?

Do you think that though impeached
you regained trust that had been breached.

Is fiction what you love to write?
If so, you’re good and very bright.

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Everett Wilson from Rural Wisconsin writes:
June 25, 2004
Dear Greg,

You mean you've already read the book? I understand its very long and dull.

I didn't get all the way through Hillary's book myself, and I'm a Democrat.

Rush Limbaugh said in TIME a week or two ago that he wouldn't read Clinton's book, but I seem to recall seeing a comment from him about it already.

Mae writes:
June 5, 2006
Mr. Greg.

My goodness it is so nice to meet someone who is not a sinner. If you write all that stuff about God and can slam a President you are sure fooling your self with your holy than thou attitude, If you think a President who stole the presidency and then you can write about a 1,ooo soldiers in funeral suits, who in your little pea picking mind sent them there? Get real you Republicans who think you know what the Unted People want . They are sick and tired of all this and the man in the White House (which I pay for) says just the other day to hell with the working class.

What I don't understand if you are a Christian how can you not pray for one (president republican) and not for another one. Did not Jesus say Love your Neighbor? He didn't say Oh! by the way he has to be what you stand for. Answer me that . My parents didn't raise me that way.

I was going to E-mail some of your stuff but I now think it has a hidden agenda.

so go ahead and laugh.

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