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Clinton and the Pope

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Jun 15, 2004.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    During his visit to the United States the Pope met with President Clinton. Instead of just an hour as scheduled, the meeting went on for two days. Finally, a weary President Clinton emerged to face the waiting news media. The President was smiling and announced the summit was a resounding success. He said he and the Pope agreed on 80% of the matters they discussed. Then Mr. Clinton declared he was going home to the White House to be with his family. A few minutes later the Pope came out to make his statement. He looked tired, discouraged and was practically in tears. Sadly he announced his meeting with the President was a failure. Incredulous, one reporter asked, "But your Holiness, President Clinton just announced the summit was a great success and the two of you agreed on 80% of the items discussed." Exasperated, the Pope answered, "Yes, but we were talking about the Ten Commandments.".
     
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    7.62mmFMJ Always Forward

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    something about adultery and lies
     
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    If some DemocRats have their way, we'll have a whole new line of Klinton jokes...;P
     
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    Also, ALL former presidents afre still refered to as "President Whoever." Lately, the media has taken to calling them Former-President, but the honorary tital should remain. Reagan was rightfully called Mr. President until the time of his death.