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Friday, April 27, 2007
Was Bill Clinton a Nazi?
The point has been made over the past few years that President George W. Bush is a Nazi/Fascist. This is the typical rhetoric of childish liberals who cannot conjure a legitimate argument against a political opponent, thus resorting to baseless name calling.

However, some have tried to legitimize this claim by describing the main features of fascism and giving examples of how President Bush and Republicans have met those standards.

You can find one such article here. However, upon a brief review of this list, the Conservative Bastion has realized that these arguments could easily be made about any and every American president. Naturally, we decided to take the article verbatim, and write a rebuttal using President Clinton’s record in order to paint him as a fascist. Do we really think he is a fascist? No. Our point is to show how easy an argument like this is to make. Furthermore, if this is the standard that a liberal would use to call someone a fascist, then their beloved first black president, B.J. Clinton, is a Hitler incarnate.

Here goes nothing:

1.) Powerful and Continuing Nationalism

Whether you like to admit it or not, nationalism has always been strong in America. The one exception may be during the Vietnam era, although nationalism still existed.

This is the liberal god Howard Zinn himself - accusing the Clinton administration of harmful nationalism.
In our time, it was the liberal Bill Clinton who sent bombers over Baghdad as soon as he came into office, who first raised the specter of "weapons of mass destruction" as a justification for a series of bombing attacks on Iraq. Liberals today criticize George Bush's unilateralism. But it was Clinton's Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, who told the United Nations Security Council that the U.S. would act "multilaterally when we can, unilaterally when we must."
This is Bill Clinton arrogantly exclaiming that, “there is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America.”

Pure American arrogance. He seems to be saying that America is the all-knowing beacon of truth in the world and that we could not possibly learn anything from a foreigner. Just sickening.

2.) Disdain for the Recognition of Human Rights

Anyone who has been alive and conscience knows that the biggest violation of human rights in the United States over the last 20 years occurred in Waco, Texas at the hands of the federal government. The unadulterated murder of unarmed men, women and children by government is inexcusable in any country, but is especially disturbing when it occurs in the country that is supposed to be the freest in the world.

Not to mention, the crimes against humanity perpetuated by the Clinton administration in North Korea, Iraq, among other places.

Not to mention, his domestic spying.

3.) Identification of Enemies/Scapegoats as a Unifying Cause

I know Democrats and liberals like to pretend that Republicans have all these scapegoats they blame for everything. First of all, even if the point has any credence at all, it is not at the level of anything in Nazi Germany (so why call Bush a Nazi when the comparison is extremely insensitive and unwarranted). The only president ever to approach that type of oppression in modern America is FDR with the interment of the Japanese.

More recently, Democrats have turned to the wealthy, large corporations, and “extremist Christians” (see Waco Massacre) as a source of scapegoating.

Of course there is the Microsoft situation. What a shock...Democrats scapegoating large corporations...NO WAY!

More on scapegoating
Some political conservatives scapegoat drug sellers and users, clapping them in prison and sacrificing them upon the altar of public opinion. Some religious conservatives scapegoat homosexuals, declaring AIDS to be "God's punishment." Then some homosexuals scapegoat their critics as "homophobes" because they criticize dangerous behavior. Many want to scapegoat, and others, self-deluded, self-righteously believe they are scapegoated. Everyone is always pointing their finger at someone else, forgetting the truth of the saying, "Take the log out of your own eye before you worry about the speck in your brother's."
Actually, if you took the scapegoating out of inherently scapegoating philosophies -- such as socialism, leftism and liberalism (with its "us vs. them" attitude and politics of class envy), they would all collapse. Leftism is indeed ultimately based on envy -- everyone is supposed to be "equal" to avoid that envy. But only that which is identical is equal. Two quarters are equal because they are identical. This, obviously, doesn't apply to people, unless you stick them on some Procrustean rack.
Of course, why use a minority as a scapegoat when you can just use your enemies. Remember Shrillary and her “vast right-wing conspiracy” comment?

This is a classic example of political hack blaming someone else for a scandal that they brought on themselves. Rather than saying, "my husband is a sexual deviant that needs some psychiatric treatment", she blames conservatives. Stand up job Shrillary...stand up job.

4.) Supremacy of the Military

This is almost laughable. Believe it or not, the US still had the most powerful military in the world when Clinton was president. This argument is much easier because there are so many liberals out there that have defended the way Clinton treated the military. So not only do I win this argument, I win it using the words of liberals. Also see here, here, and here.

5.) Rampant Sexism

Another laughable charge. B.J. Clinton is possibly the most sexist president in modern history. It is well documented in things like books. Sexual deviants tend to put sex before people. When you do that you tend to lack respect for the people you are engaging in sexual activity with. Since Clinton is a sex addict and gets sex whenever and from whomever he can, he presumably doesn’t respect any women. Don’t believe me, please read the following:

No respect for women whatsoever

Their Lives by: Candice Jackson

Why do feminists support Clinton?

6.) Controlled Mass Media

I am going to barf. Does anyone really argue against the idea that the news media has a strong liberal bias? Can anyone really argue otherwise? The fact that most liberals think Fox News is bias practically proves the point. Fact: there are more liberals on Fox than conservatives on all the other major TV outlets combined.

For additional info, read any of the following links:

Bernard Goldberg

Media admits they are liberal...

I think it is safe to say that if any politicians control or benefit from undue positive coverage by the mass media, it is most certainly liberals – not conservatives.

7.) Obsession with National Security

I don’t even know what this means. Obsessed with keeping the country safe…if that makes me a Nazi, sign me up. However, Clinton, to his credit, was obsessed with national security.

Pure obsession

So obsessed he had his former national security adviser steal classified documents out of the national archives in his pants.

Repeated bombing of Iraq

So desperate to bomb someone he bombed an aspirin factory

8.) Religion and Government are Intertwined

This is a tough one. Mostly because what constitutes a religion or a religious idea is debatable. One could argue it is anything that gives one a greater purpose or meaning in life. The fact is that morals and religious ideas permeate the American and every other government around the world. You cannot separate morals from law. The notion is absurd. That being said, one of the strongest and fastest growing new age religions – environmentalism – is very much pushed by the Democratic party through legislation and other government action.

Read more:

Environmentalism is a religion

Clinton institutes environmentalism as state religion

Attacks Bush for not keeping with his religious/fascist policies

Then of course, there is all the religious rhetoric that Clinton used in many of his speeches.

Does the fact that Clinton mentioned God in his speeches mean that religion and government are now intertwined?

No, but it is the standard the George W. Bush seems to be held to.

9.) Corporate Power is Protected

Who knows what this is supposed to mean, but believe it or not, all the corporations that are around today were around when Clinton was president too. Not to mention, all those corporate scandals in the early years of Bush’s presidency actually occurred with Billy was president. It wasn’t until they were brought to light under the all-knowing guidance of George W. Bush that these corporate criminals were prosecuted and convicted.

Capitalist/corporate pigs stole and connived under Clinton's watch and were brought to justice under GWB

Free trade, long thought of as pro-business and anti-worker, was one of Bill Clintons stronger points.

10.) Labor Power is Suppressed

More nonsense from the left, but labor didn’t do all that well in the 90’s for a variety of reasons.

11.) Disdain for Intellectuals and the Arts

George W. Bush has greatly increased the spending for education at the federal level. A fact that is indisputable and one that actually upsets a lot of conservatives.

Meanwhile, Al Gore (Clinton's VP), has taken a strong stance against intellectual debate. The message has been picked up by the media outlets that they (Democrats/fascists) control.

12.) Obsession with Crime and Punishment

Oh those libs and their obsession with gun control…do I even need to post links for this?

Not to mention


with crime and punishment

is evil

13.) Rampant Cronyism and Corruption

The Clinton Legacy:

- The only president ever impeached on grounds of personal malfeasance
- Most number of convictions and guilty pleas by friends and associates*
- Most number of cabinet officials to come under criminal investigation
- Most number of witnesses to flee country or refuse to testify
- Most number of witnesses to die suddenly
- First president sued for sexual harassment.
- First president accused of rape.
- First first lady to come under criminal investigation
- Largest criminal plea agreement in an illegal campaign contribution case
- First president to establish a legal defense fund.
- First president to be held in contempt of court
- Greatest amount of illegal campaign contributions
- Greatest amount of illegal campaign contributions from abroad
- First president disbarred from the US Supreme Court and a state court

More found here and here...

14. Fraudulent Elections

Republicans tend not to bitch as loudly and as obnoxiously as Democrats do, but there is just as much evidence that Clinton stole the 1996 election as there is that Bush stole 2000 or 2004.


The only conclusion I can come to after this careful and fair analysis of Billy “B.J.” Clinton and Democrats, is that they are just as much Nazi’s and fascist as any Republicans I know.
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