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  • CLINTON, GORE BASICALLY HAVE SEX: “They shook hands first, and than hugged for a full five seconds, with Mr. Clinton patting his hand along Mr. Gore’s back and lingering before moving on to greet the waiting family members.” Nothing beats a good grundle-pumping on the tarmac. [NYT]
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  1. Al: Thank you for saving people who were near and dear to me and who I was afraid were gone forever.
    Bill: No problem — coulda done that for you in 2000 too, if you’d only asked.

  2. Euna Lee has a really cute daughter.

    And Al Gore cannot keep his hands off – well, pretty much anybody, in those pictures. Perhaps we were under a misconception as to who the real horndog was in that administration.

  3. Then Clinton lifted the diminutive Mr. Jong-il and slowly inserted him into Mr. Gore’s rectum while hollering “Have a Lewinsky Havana Special!”

    Or words to that effect.

  4. [re=379189]V572625694[/re]: Same here. But I’ve always called that a taint. Males have an abundance of names for certain spots. How soon can I work ‘grundle’ into a casual conversation?

  5. [re=379235]hockeymom[/re]: Nagourney is such a bitchy weight queen he can’t help editorializing. Except when it comes to describing health care industry stooges.

  6. [re=379221]RoscoePColtraine[/re]: [re=379231]queeraselvis v 2.0[/re]: My distaste for the term itself is not, however, indicative of any actual repugnance for the act as such, when performed upon me by a suitable partner.

    This is how Bill Clinton would phrase it on the witness stand.

  7. Takes me back to the spouse swamping days of the Clinton/Gore Bus trip.

    And, Jim, you should be happy, this article is already the fourth hit out of 1240 when you google “Grundle pumping.”

    [re=379188]Sussemilch[/re]: Now that is a movie I would pay to see.

    Of course you could have gone with: They shook . . . first, and than hugged . . . , with Mr. Clinton . . . hand along Mr. Gore’s back . . . lingering before moving on to . . . the waiting . . . members.

    Or simply: They shook . . . and . . . hugged . . . the . . . members.

  8. They were merely exchanging long protein strands. If you can think of a simpler way, I’d like to hear it. Thanks for not making any jokes about the global warming in Gore’s pants, etc etc.

  9. NYT left out the line about Bill smuggling a Nork missile in his pocket.

    [re=379230]chascates[/re]: Sometimes I think Rush scavenges the Wonkette comments then has editors work on the points so they seem less realistic.

  10. Everybody wants Bill Clinton to touch them. Those who have not been In The Presence don’t know it yet, but if you ever meet his Massive Red-Faced Eminence, you will understand. It’s a weird vibe. The dude’s charisma can kill at 100 paces.

  11. Hate to admit it, but Bing sniffed out the old Grundle for me, whereas Google kept referring me to some circle jerk site named Wonkett.

    Thanks Mr. Ballme. Er…

  12. [re=379573]Lazy Media[/re]: So true. My wife met him at a fundraiser last fall & swoons every time she talks about it.

    And I shook his hand back in ’92 in the late summer/early fall Texas heat. Boy howdy was his face red. Looked like he was about to spontaneously combust.

  13. [re=379573]Lazy Media[/re]: Everybody wants Bill Clinton to touch them.

    Win; because it’s true. Today, we are all wanting to be touched by Bill Clinton (Blythe).

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