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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Bill Clinton At and On Georgetown



As the U.S. and the world tries to make sense of so much at this time, we are presented with the apparent necessity of contemplating what it would be like to have Bill Clinton as "First Gentleman."

The video below, which I stumbled upon, is up-to-date and quite interesting.  Hillary Clinton also recently presented awards named after her at the same institution.

We could do worse, much worse than to have Bill Clinton back in the White House.  But, God if there is a God, please don't give us another Bush candidacy.  (Or any other commonly-named Republican possibility!)



More about Bill Clinton at Georgetown:

President Bill Clinton (SFS'68) talks with his former professor Rev. Otto Hentz S.J. about how Georgetown influenced his purpose during the third lecture in the #ClintonLectures series today in Gaston Hall.
Posted by Georgetown University on Tuesday, April 21, 2015
(Click on "Georgetown University" hyper-link.  Then look to the right of the page for video.)


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