Clinton: "I Did Not Have Sexual Fantasies About That Woman, Sarah Palin"

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Thursday, 25 September 2008

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Bill Clinton denies ever having fantasies about Palin

New York - Former President Bill Clinton, who recently remarked of Sarah Palin "I come from Arkansas, I get why she's hot out there", denied having sexual fantasies about the VPILF hopeful.

Anonymous sources, however, have cited staffers at Clinton's Harlem office as saying "He was sitting in his chair, staring intently at a full-length picture of her in Newsweek, and his hands were clearly out of sight somewhere under the desk. There was also an unsmoked cigar in the ashtray."

It is also reported that one staffer heard him mutter under his breath to the picture "How about a nice pair of Vice-Presidential kneepads for you, sweetheart"

Clinton called the charges "absurd", and said it was time to get on with the business of the country and the election. His wife, Senator Hillary Clinton called the charges "Further evidence of a vast right-wing conspiracy. By what stretch of the imagination would anyone think he might ever be interested in a former beauty queen, especially one who is into big guns. Just wait till 2012 - I'll show her who the "barracuda" is. And if she goes near Bill, I'll show her what "field dressing" is all about."

Meanwhile, a janitor in the building reported finding a copy of Newsweek in the trash with an odd stain over a picture of Palin wearing a blue dress. In a more recent development, it is reported that former Whitewater Special Prosecutor Kenneth Starr has purchased the magazine from the custodian "for old time's

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