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Bill Clinton Syndrome (BCS)


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American Spectator:

WASHINGTON -- They call it BCS, Bill Clinton Syndrome, and it has broken out anew in New York City and Washington, D.C., where it was first discovered. As elaborated upon at scholarly detail, in the now famous Starr Report: The Official Report of the Independent Counsel's Investigation of the President, BCS strikes powerful figures, usually male, who experience lewd compulsions of an overpowering nature, generally in the presence of technology, often the telephone, occasionally a smart phone or even a computer, and usually when they are alone or behind closed doors with a woman of inferior rank. The first victim of the syndrome was, of course, President Bill Clinton, but it has struck a growing number of powerful individuals, most recently Congressman Chris Lee, International Monetary Fund chieftain Dominique Strauss-Kahn, and now Congressman Anthony Weiner (pronounced, vi´ ner) -- at least by him.

Clinton was the first known sufferer of the syndrome, hence his eponymous relation to it. It struck him in the mid-1990s, though for him it was not so bad. He was impeached but later he was glorified. MSNBC did a documentary on him, "President of the World: The Bill Clinton Phenomenon." He was also spoken of as a possible candidate for mayor of New York City and secretary-general of the United Nations.
Seized in the presence of a telephone late at night, he called a young lady repeatedly to exchange with her lascivious thoughts. As reported in this column recently and elaborated upon in my book The Clinton Crack-Up: The Boy President's Life After the White House, foreign intelligence agencies were unfortunately listening in on the calls. It was a high-tech telephone but not that high-tech. He used an unsecured telephone. Now tapes of those calls are lying around intelligence offices world-wide. Possibly the spooks dust them off from time to time and have a good laugh. Though possibly the tapes can still be used to compromise Bill, in the event that anyone in official Washington is stupid enough to trust him with anything of a confidential nature.snip
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