Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Wednesday programming note

Was at Radio City Music Hall last night, attending a speech/Q&A by former President Bill Clinton, so I didn't see a pitch of any game. I'm trying to get caught up on the night I missed.

Whatever your political leanings, it's easy to see why Clinton was so popular. He's an amazing speaker, engaging, and charasmatic. I was completely riveted. I found it amazing what he's been able to do since leaving office. His Foundation has been a champion of health-care related activities around the world that is nothing short of incredible.

Unrelated thought: Thank goodness the Giants won the SuperBowl.

3 comments:

themarksmith said...

That unrelated thought has to be related somehow, but I'm not sure how. :) I've seen him talk as well, and I agree that he is an excellent speaker dripping with charm.

Jason said...

He was engaging. Thoughtful. Funny when appropriate, serious as cancer to make his points.

He didn't harp on "politics", which was great. He didn't outwardly bash the Republicans. He spoke about the issues he cares about, which do happen to have a definite Democratic lean. He only mentioned pulling out of Iraq once, maybe twice (to rousing applause).

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