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Bill Clinton acts quickly to rescue hot chicks

no politician could have done moreFormer US President Bill Clinton has helped to secure the release of two ‘hot’ US reporters from North Korea. The women were variously described by Mr Clinton’s party as ‘in good health’ and ‘smokin’. Senior US officials have confirmed that when Mr Clinton heard of the women’s plight he had expressed an immediate interest in their appearance.

It is not the first time Mr Clinton has come to the aid of fellow Americans. In April he came to the aid of twin sisters from Los Angeles who appeared to be trapped in a hot tub at the Playboy Mansion, and in 2007 a woman claimed he performed a ‘variation’ of the heimlich manoeuvre on her at a restaurant in Paris.

President Obama praised Mr Clinton and said ‘No politician has done more for the well-being of hot young women than Mr Clinton, with the possible exception of Silvio Berlusconi.’ The father of Laura Ling, one of the two former captives, said ‘My daughter has been rescued from a fate worse than death. I’m sure she and her friend are on their knees right now thanking the Lord that they have been spared.’

Mr Clinton is now flying back to Los Angeles with the two women in his private jet and his wife, US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, is said to be eagerly awaiting his return so she can express her own gratitude. Former Vice-President Al Gore, who is said to have played a vital role in negotiating the women’s release, expressed disappointment that Mr Clinton had neglected to take him along. However, Mr Gore said that he was delighted by news of the women’s release and that Mr Clinton had personally assured him that they had a couple of decent-looking friends. Mr Clinton is said to be pleased with the outcome and is hoping that Megan Fox will visit Iran sometime in the very near future.

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Posted: Aug 6th, 2009 by darkbill

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