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Saturday, February 26, 2005

Bill Clinton: Money > Pride

Clinton's Tsunami Mission Doubles as Book Tour

News Max

Ex-President Bill Clinton won oodles of positive press earlier this week when he traveled to South Asia with ex-President George H.W. Bush to personally minister to South Asia's still-reeling tsunami victims.

But in a development that seems to have escaped the notice of Western reporters, the "I feel your pain" president took a detour from his humanitarian mission to boost sales of his memoir, "My Life."

Book-signings were hastily arranged in Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan, while Clinton representatives kept mum about what their boss was really up to.
For the Hong Kong event on Tuesday, tickets for a quickie grip and grin with Clinton cost as much as $280 each. The steep price included a copy of his book and his signature, but personal inscriptions were verboten...

Full article here.


It's amazing this hasn't really been reported in the western media. The trip was obviously supposed to be for gathering support for the tsunami victims, and it's been widely publicized. Under the radar, Slick Willy takes every chance he can to charge people close to $300 for a friggin signed book, something that most people do for FREE. I have a book signed by George H. W. Bush, free of charge. Clinton charges even at the WORST of times. Really though, is anyone surprised? The man has no soul.


 
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Saturday, February 26, 2005

Bill Clinton: Money > Pride

Clinton's Tsunami Mission Doubles as Book Tour

News Max

Ex-President Bill Clinton won oodles of positive press earlier this week when he traveled to South Asia with ex-President George H.W. Bush to personally minister to South Asia's still-reeling tsunami victims.

But in a development that seems to have escaped the notice of Western reporters, the "I feel your pain" president took a detour from his humanitarian mission to boost sales of his memoir, "My Life."

Book-signings were hastily arranged in Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan, while Clinton representatives kept mum about what their boss was really up to.
For the Hong Kong event on Tuesday, tickets for a quickie grip and grin with Clinton cost as much as $280 each. The steep price included a copy of his book and his signature, but personal inscriptions were verboten...

Full article here.


It's amazing this hasn't really been reported in the western media. The trip was obviously supposed to be for gathering support for the tsunami victims, and it's been widely publicized. Under the radar, Slick Willy takes every chance he can to charge people close to $300 for a friggin signed book, something that most people do for FREE. I have a book signed by George H. W. Bush, free of charge. Clinton charges even at the WORST of times. Really though, is anyone surprised? The man has no soul.