June 30, 2004


Evan Coyne Maloney’s latest. A network should hire him during the conventions.

Posted by Tim Blair at June 30, 2004 06:17 PM

GREAT video. I agree. He should be picked up by a news organization. But that'll never happen because he's to genuine!

Posted by: Kristina M. Murray at July 1, 2004 at 04:35 AM

An excellent video! Evan is a good interviewer; he went for honest answers with straightforward questions. Although I liked the little trap about Clinton getting credit for the economy, but mostly avoiding blame for the stock crash in 2000.

But the clearest picture of Clinton's legacy is that few could describe one positive act of his. Mostly the response was on the order of "he made me feel good".


Posted by: The Real JeffS at July 1, 2004 at 12:20 PM

My favorite had to be the guy who said about Clinton, "I like the man, because when he talks I really believe him."

Heck, I liked Clinton during his presidency (I'd wager that few people over here in Central Euroweenieland didn't), and I was a teen at the time, but even I wasn't that naive...

Posted by: PW at July 1, 2004 at 01:18 PM

He's better than The Daily Show. The questions about what Clinton did were spot on. Clinton's performance relied on a conservative congress that sent popular reforms for him to sign.
As far as "he made me feel good," how many people did Clinton sleep with?

Posted by: Half Canadian at July 1, 2004 at 02:46 PM