Former president William J. Clinton apologized profusely on Thursday for what he called “being correct” on yet another issue involving politics.
“God, I truly hate being right all the time,” admitted Clinton quite sorrowfully. “Furthermore, I would like to extend my deepest regrets to President Obama for all the trouble I’ve caused him by my being so much better than him in every capacity–especially with the ladies.”
The apology came after the former president suggested that Bush era tax cuts be extended in order to stimulate the economy, causing no small stir amongst both Democrats and Republicans.
Clinton’s remarks on the president’s shortsighted fiscal policy came on the heels of disagreeing with his campaign strategy.
“You know, Hallmark should make a card to show how truly sorry I am. Something like: ‘It pains me to make you look so bad.’”
When asked about critics’ claims that he is attempting to undermine Obama’s 2012 bid, Clinton scoffed and quickly came to Obama’s defense.
“I am not trying to undermine President Obama nor do I need to. I will continue to support him the same way I supported him back in 2008. Go Hillary!”