In an interview with the liberal men's magazine Esquire that's supposed to be about his take on ObamaCare as well as his own fight for healthcare reform while he was President, Slick Willie couldn't resist taking a shot at former President Bush:
"George Bush ran a brilliant campaign in 2000 — that compassionate-conservative thing was just brilliant — and it got him close enough that he got into the Supreme Court and they issued what I think is one of the five most reprehensible decisions in the history of the Supreme Court. And they were embarrassed about it, because if you read the decision, it says, 'Now, unlike our other decisions, this has no precedential value; you can never cite this decision in any other case for the rest of eternity, this is only a one-off.' I mean, they know better. They knew better than to do what they were doing — it was just a pure, naked political deal, but anyway, it happened and Gore was a good man and he honored the traditions of America and he thought the principle of judicial review and the role of the Supreme Court was important enough not to attack it, and he took it in good grace."
Once again, Bill Clinton proves that he's full of sh-t. Forget that Al Gore couldn't even win his home state in 2000. Or that Clinton himself has said it was a bad move by Gore not to use him enough on the campaign trail (Gore wanted no part of the Adulterer-In-Chief after the Monica Lewinsky scandal, despite the fact that Slick Willie was still popular with most Americans right before he left office). Or that it was sore-loser Gore who went to the courts first demanding recounts until somebody could find enough votes for him to win. Or that even the New York Times did a count concluding that Bush would've won Florida. Revisionist history is such a trademark of the Left and 9 years later some people still can't accept the truth. So sad.