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Bill, Hillary Clinton booed at Billy Joel
concert after singer dedicated song to them

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Posted By: Pluperfect, 7/13/2019 4:42:31 AM

Bill and Hillary Clinton got a taste of New York's state of mind on Thursday night. After singer Billy Joel dedicated a song to the former first couple and flashed them up on the screen at Madison Square Garden, initial cheers turned to boos from the audience. The former first lady has been under scrutiny for years as she criticized President Trump and attempted to lay out the reasons she thought were behind her loss to him in the 2016 election. Former President Bill Clinton, on the other hand, faced fresh criticism surrounding his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, who on Monday was indicted on sex trafficking charges.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Strike3 7/13/2019 6:29:24 AM (No. 122100)
My. how quickly they turn on you. I think both Clintons are officially out of mojo.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Cindiana 7/13/2019 6:56:53 AM (No. 122117)
The article should have given the song title. I'm hoping some phone video turns up so we can feel the love.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Sunhan65 7/13/2019 7:11:24 AM (No. 122121)
Booing is boorish at the best of times, and I find this example particularly unbecoming. Acknowledging well-known audience members is a courtesy performers sometimes extend from the stage, and recognizing a former president in attendance is a service to those who might want to know he was there. One can imagine some telling their grandchildren that they once went to a concert with a President of the United States. Let's all be grown ups: We don't step on people's graves. We handle the American flag with reverence and never let it touch the ground. And we all -- all of us -- stand when an American President enters the room. It doesn't matter whether we like him; it doesn't matter whether we voted for him. He was the President of the United States, and that means something. It's a mark of respect for the office, not the man. If a performer puts an audience member I really can't stand up on the jumbotron, the most I would do is withhold my applause, hold my tongue, and wait for the next song. Life's too short to spend it acting like infants.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: anniebc 7/13/2019 7:45:14 AM (No. 122145)
I guess you had to be there; I could barely hear the boos.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: HotRod 7/13/2019 7:50:38 AM (No. 122150)
I disagree that booing is always boorish at all times. It is one of our ways to express disagreement with someone who offends us. How about if Billy Joel had said we should have respected Hitler, and allowed him to conquer Europe? Maybe we should just write a note to the opinion page of the newspaper? The Clintons caused a lot of problems for many people. They have committed numerous alleged crimes (some intimates say not just alleged) that are very, very serious. Sitting, respectfully, in silence sends the wrong message and is effectively suppressing our opinion.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: franq 7/13/2019 7:54:09 AM (No. 122154)
Booing pales in comparison to what they both deserve, the criminals.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: proud American 7/13/2019 7:58:36 AM (No. 122158)
Poster 3 nice sentiments but very lacking. Slick Willy and Slithery never respected America, her institutions, traditions nor her citizens. Their focus and goal is to dismantle all of it in any way possible. They are vile and disgusting on every level. They deserve worse than to be booed. They should be publicly flogged. I'd be banned from this site forever if I wrote what I really ought to be done to them and all of their cohorts. Shame in you bully Joel. Shut up and entertain
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Reply 8 - Posted by: StormCnter 7/13/2019 7:58:55 AM (No. 122159)
I agree with #3. Booing is really bad behavior and we shouldn't indulge in it. However, I suspect even #3 had to hide a smile at this one.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: udanja99 7/13/2019 7:59:53 AM (No. 122163)
I would have booed and hissed until my vocal cords gave out. The Clintons, aside from their decades of slime, have inflicted huge damage on this country and the world with their outright treason. Think selling our missile technology to the Chinese. They actually deserve to be drawn and quartered.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Lawsy0 7/13/2019 8:28:54 AM (No. 122186)
Not to mention their tickets were comp'd and their limo waited in the building. Gimme a break. Doesn't change how I feel about Billy Joel. (Great Wall of China, great song.)
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Reply 11 - Posted by: bigfatslob 7/13/2019 8:43:28 AM (No. 122199)
I would be booing Billy Joel for the song that flopped. Stupid move to give the Clinton crime family face time at your concert. What dignity the office of President had was lost long ago when Bill Clinton dropped his trousers in the Oval Office. Bill Joel shut up and sing.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: NorthernDog 7/13/2019 9:08:56 AM (No. 122219)
This is why former Presidents should retire from politics and go live on a ranch somewhere. The Clintoons have been in our faces for almost 3 decades now and we have seen and heard way too much from them. Just Go Away.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: philsner 7/13/2019 9:21:26 AM (No. 122229)
Shut up and sing. Make silly political statements to people who came to listen to a concert - expect to be booed.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: The Remnants 7/13/2019 9:24:57 AM (No. 122233)
In very small ways, here and there, it seems to me that the worm is turning. I pray to God that it does not crawl back into its hole. A few years ago, you'd be scared to boo the Clintons. You'd be worried that some Secret Service person would pounce on you. Of course, a good percentage of the Republicans in Congress are totally self-seeking and useless. With all of the fine, well-educated young and any age people in our country who are looking for good jobs, they instead turn around and give the opportunities to professionals from India! Those who voted that way think they are globalists, but they really are very very small-minded people.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Yuban 7/13/2019 9:25:35 AM (No. 122235)
I need a BOO button to click on #3 and 8.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: red1066 7/13/2019 9:43:01 AM (No. 122246)
So Billy Joel is tone deaf too. I'm not quite sure why, in this political climate, Joel would interject his political viewpoint during one of his concerts. I suspect he thought he had a crowd who thinks like him much like the Hollywood elites during Oscar nights. Surprise. He was wrong. However, I'm not surprised.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Strike3 7/13/2019 9:56:23 AM (No. 122256)
Yes, #3. I respect Barack Obama just as much as I do Bill Clinton and I can't wait until both graves are available for visiting.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Paper Straw 7/13/2019 11:53:15 AM (No. 122384)
Billy Joel must be a NYT reader and CNN viewer. Nothing else explains his tone deafness.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Sunhan65 7/13/2019 1:06:18 PM (No. 122460)
President Reagan was once booed while delivering a pre-recorded video message to a Hollywood gathering. Burt Reynolds was on stage at the time and pointedly chided the audience over their lack of respect for the presidency. I don't what Mr. Reynold's political views were. I thought Burt did the right thing then, regardless of politics, and I still do. My own view of President Clinton is a matter of long-standing record on this site. I am among his harshest critics. And I try to live up to my standards and beliefs. He visited my office once. I declined the opportunity to meet him precisely because I respect the presidency so much, and him so little, that I couldn't reconcile the conflict. Nonetheless, it appears I'm in the minority on this one. Growing up a Reagan conservative in a socialist province, I'm used to being in the minority and, for that matter, being occasionally booed.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: TrueBlueWfan 7/13/2019 1:14:21 PM (No. 122466)
I wonder if the song was "Big Shot".
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Smart11344 7/13/2019 1:21:13 PM (No. 122476)
How dare these despicable Clintons show their faces in public. My gramma used to say when I was a kid, don't take any wooden nickels. Wake up Mexicanos, don't accept any wooden pesos. You have much prosperity in Mexico if you can eliminate all the corrupt thuggety that has over taken Mexico. I have had the pleasure to have known many fine, intelligent Mexicans who need to take charge and overwhelm the thugs that are destroying that country.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Old Army Vet 7/13/2019 1:28:26 PM (No. 122486)
Maybe the public are starting to see the repulsive criminals that the Clintons are. Let's hope so.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Videodrone 7/13/2019 6:23:56 PM (No. 122705)
#20 - "Only the Good Die Young"
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