"For the most urgent matters, this Clinton man is a formidable enemy. He might be a stronger enemy than King Darius."
— Alexander the Great, Fate/Zero
Max: Come on, you should know this. Clinton was the fun one, then came the boring one.
Terry: They're all boring.
Lois: (in bed with Clinton) Peter! Look, I know this looks bad, and I feel horrible, and-and I know nothing I could say to you could possibly justify why I slept with Bill, except...I mean, Peter, the man presided over the longest economic expansion in U.S. History and...he reduced the percentage of Americans on welfare to its lowest level in 33 years!
Clinton: 35 years.
Lois: 35 years, Peter!
"I was reading newspapers at the time and it is true that Roosevelt was attacked for his Communist-Fascist policies, but no hookers were ever given prime time on television (even if it had been invented then) to discuss his cock."
"Years ago, in the middle of the Whitewater investigation, one heard the first murmurs: white skin notwithstanding, this is our first black President."
ôSo the American government lied to the Native Americans for many, many years, and then President Clinton lied about a relationship, and everyone was surprised! A little na´ve, I feel!ö
"Last thing I remember was the economy was working and there was a budget surplus... Where's Clinton?"
We impeached him.
"Fuck! For what?"
"Wow! Who did he blow, Putin?"
—Robin Williams, Weapons of Self-Destruction
"Is THAT against the law? Do you need the Supreme Court for THAT one? You coulda took that one to The Peoples Court! Coulda took that one to Judge Judy! She'da knocked that one out in a half hour plus commercial!"
"For a moment, it appears that Nixonian politic fades...For a flickering moment, we lose sight of our own history. For a moment, it feels possible to ignore Watchmen, to ignore Dirty Harry, to ignore looming nuclear armageddon. A saxophone may yet lead us from darkness, but it was not to be. The radiant light of the information age turned dark in only a decade. The ensuing darkness lasted eight years."