Evil Is Not Impressed for Very Long

In Bill Clinton's boyhood home of Hope, Arkansas, they sell a postcard showing a picture of his grammar school class -- Bill's shy, boyish face unmistakable. On the back of the card, the fine print reports that young Bill was so smart that the other kids used to go over to his house "just to watch him think." All the kids enjoyed an amazing display last week as they watched Bill Clinton thinking his way through the Haiti business. What a performance -- plates waveringly spinning on sticks balanced at the end of nose and chin and fingertips, a plate now...

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