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    Listen to Bill Clinton talk about his new diet
     
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    twinb63 responded:
    At my age the very last thing I ever want to do is to listen to Clinton or any politician talk about anything. No offense xring.
     
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    xring replied to twinb63's response:
    I'm not a Clinton fan either; in fact I think he's a complete jerk. But in this case, he's right.
    Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see. - John Lennon -
     
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    rubystar2 responded:
    Very interesting interview. Even if you don't like Bill Clinton, please listen to this interview.
    Honor Student: School of Hard Knocks
     
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    josvin84 replied to rubystar2's response:
    Clinton should have listened to this baorad years ago instead of his advisors.

    Maybe Bill can tell Obama how to fix the current health problems.
     
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    AttyWSW responded:
    Maybe Bill could recommend his regimine to Monika Lewinsky?
     
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    xring replied to josvin84's response:
    Clinton visited his previous advisors almost daily.

    They all assembled in a building with Golden Arches.
    Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see. - John Lennon -
     
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    xring replied to AttyWSW's response:
    Oooooh..... what I could do with that one!
    Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see. - John Lennon -
     
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    EngineerGuy responded:
    Hi xring,

    Thanks for posting this.

    Bill Clinton has been a fabulous ex-president - no doubt about it. He's raised hundreds of millions for charitable work, and done wonderful productive work with the money.

    Having Bill Clinton's endorsement of a plant based diet, is fabulous. The clip is very good, including Dr. Esselstyn and Dr. Ornish.

    Best regards, EngineerGuy
     
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    xring replied to EngineerGuy's response:
    I never thought I'd ever say "I have something in common with Bill Clinton.....now, it's not only his diet but also how he did his own research to get the information his doctors should have been giving him.
    Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see. - John Lennon -
     
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    jc3737 replied to xring's response:
    I would consider it a compliment to have something in common with President Clinton.... except for the problems in his personal life.Compare a surplus with the massive debt and deficits that Bush and Obama gave us.Bush may have been the original cause but Obama is following right in Bush's footsteps.

    I am interested to see how effective his diet is in keeping him healthy.


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