Bill Clinton ‘Dat Ass’ Photobombs Kelly Clarkson At Presidential Inauguration

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Nice Move

Ole Slick Willy’s still got it.

President Clinton, like everyone, has his shortcomings: a tendency to bend the truth, occasional acts of adultery, poor seminal aim, etc. Billy has an abundance of strong qualities though, too: he can balance one hell of a budget, manage a thriving economy, close on women, and he has the best perv stare in the game.

Take this photo from today’s presidential inauguration, photo-bombing the meaty Kelly Clarkson with his patented ‘dat ass’ stare that has proven to seduce women with an unprecedented success rate. Anyone else think Clarkson is a poor hair dye job away from closely resembling a young Monica Lewinsky? Bill likes ’em thick, apparently.

Slick Willy

Clarkson, 30, sang “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” with the United States Marine Band in advance after Obama’s moving address. And, as the very first American Idol champ sang her heart out, another President — Bill Clinton — was photographed inadvertently “photo-bombing” Clarkson in a hilarious snapshot that hit Twitter.

His stares have stood the test of time.


And now:

Don’t change, Bill. Don’t ever change.

[via Us Weekly]

Image via Us Weekly


Dillon Cheverere

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    • 5

      And of course, there’s a TON of laws infringing upon the freedom of speech, such as not being able to yell “fire” in a crowded theater, or slander. No right is absolute, including the second.

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      @gatorjoe. They also wrote the first amendment when only printing presses were around. Should we ban the internet and television media then? They wrote the fourth amendment at a time when there was no international terrorism. Should we allow indefinite detention and unwarranted searches? Your arguments a fucking pathetic. And oh yeah, FUCK THE GATORS….Go Vols.

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      @cap. Your argument about the first makes 0 sense. It forbids Congress passing any law infringing upon… -don’t really see where you got internet. And on the fourth- you said international terrorists. We do all that shit we can’t do to citizens to them. So yeah, you are a ducking idiot. Take a lap.

      ^ ThisTake a lapReply • 2 years ago
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      Ha! And cons try to keep rights away from people every single day. Both sides try to take rights away from people. Stop acting Dems are the big bad boys on the block.

      Bill Clinton fucking owns

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      therefore any restrictions to my right to bear arms at all is unconstitutional.

      Bazookas and nuclear bombs for everyone!

      I’m really not some gun-banning lib. But c’mon, man, any restrictions?

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    • -3

      And there were no “organized militias” in 1789. Just common town folk gathering together with their guns. The National Guard didn’t come around until 1903.

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      ^^^^^^ They wrote the second amendment so if the time came and the government became oppressive again like Britain then the militia could rise up and match the armies of said oppressive government therefore any restrictions to my right to bear arms at all is unconstitutional.

      ^ ThisTake a lapReply • 2 years ago
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      ^^^^^ @Cap the common towns people organized themselves into a militia a militia is supposed to be separate from any government power but still operating within the laws of the federal government

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    • -7

      @Cap, back when the Founding Fathers wrote that amendment they never would have dreamed that a gun would be invented that could spit out multiple bullets every second and mow down a crowd of people. Back then if you were really an expert you could fire off one bullet every few minutes. Also, the “right of the people to bare arms” was for organizing militia. When was the last time we did that? Ever actually read the amendment?

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