Bill Clinton, Father of the Year


In keeping with the liberal practice of granting awards to those who least deserve them, Bill Clinton, best known for humiliating his family by having a sordid sexual affair with a woman young enough to be his daughter, has been named Father of the Year:

The National Father’s Day Council, which has been giving out such an honor for 72 years, has named Clinton one of its recipients for 2013. …

The not-for-profit group awards Father of the Year to “contemporary lifestyle leaders of our culture” …

Slick Willie certainly is a contemporary lifestyle leader of our culture. His disgusting behavior while in the White House — compounded by the shamelessness with which Democrats defended it — was a major milestone in our decay as a civilization.

Past winners of this award include Dem presidential candidate John Edwards, who fathered a love child with a bimbo while his wife was dying of cancer. No, I’m not kidding.

This isn’t any more ridiculous than granting the Nobel Peace prize to a terrorist pervert, a communist dictator, a snake oil salesman, and even Barack Hussein Obama.

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On a tip from G. Fox. Hat tip: Jammie Wearing Fools. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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