Bill Clinton arrives in dead of night

| 27/03/2011

(CNS): The 42nd president of the United States, Bill Clinton, is now securely hidden at the Ritz Carlton-Grand, Cayman having arrived in the Cayman Islands under the cover of darkness in the early hours of Sunday morning. The private jet carrying the former leader of the United States arrived at the Owen Roberts International Airport at around 1:30am under tight security. Local armed officers along with the secret service escorted Clinton’s motorcade to the Ritz, where he is believed to be staying and where he will be giving a lecture on Monday night at a $1,500 per ticket dinner. Although the organizers of the event have given little away, the former president will be talking on the theme of common humanity. Although described as a fundraiser in some quarters, it is not clear if it is for charity. (Photos Dennie Warren Jr). 

The event is being organised by Whisky Productions but the promoters have maintained a low profile. It is understood that Clinton will not attend the pre-dinner cocktail party or the dinner, but will appear at the allotted time for the lecture.

According to the release from Whisky, Clinton will be presenting "Embracing our common humanity", a lecture he gave to an audience in Jamaica last October.

Clinton, who served two terms as president, was a controversial but popular leader. He was infamously impeached by the House of Representatives on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice on 19 19 December 1998 but was acquitted by the Senate in the February of the following year. Two other impeachment articles, a second perjury charge and a charge of abuse of power, failed in the House. The charges arose from the Monica Lewinsky scandal and the Paula Jones lawsuit.

Clinton, whose presidency has been defined by its mix of conservatism and liberalism (he is now said to be very close to the 43 president George Bush), now speaks on a diversity of issues, such as HIV aids, climate change, sustainable development, the challenges of globalization and many other progressive topics.

These days Clinton travels the world giving lectures on talks and last week was in Nigeria with Arnold Schwarzenegger as the guest of honour at the African nation’s good governance awards.

 

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  1. Anonymous says:

    If I drank a whole fifth of Rum and jumped out my 2nd floor window on to my head I would make more sense than "okay another white expat" . What’s wrong with this place? Was it the Moquito sprayer? The dump seeping into the water lense? What?

  2. BORN on the REEF!!! says:

    Ok another white expat meeting, what a rip off $1500? no way Bill dont even give a R about us, wont be there to mingle and the cost is yet so high, i know if it was Obama he would even dance with everyone including the armed forces.

    Dead of the night, whateva i wa up and Kman police cant help him at all trust me that must of been the closes he’s eva been to death LOL

    No Premier?? such a shame who is there to represent us?? RCIP?? feel so responsible??

    ill rather wait to see the news atleast i can afford that

    • common sense says:

       A white Expat…you are ignorant you fool!!!!!   The first Caymanians including my family where white!!!  11 generations strong in Cayman!!!   just cuz you cant afford to go dont get angry!!!!

    • Hallowe'en Jack says:

      Perhaps you should change your name to "BORN on the REEF and denied oxygen for several minutes during that birth"

  3. Subway Cookie says:

    What irks me is how people are so quick to jump to the Monica jabs when so many of our own well known men in and out of the political arena choose to ignore their wedding vows most Friday nights. I’m not assuming all the comments are made by Caymanians but seriously the ones that clearly come from us sometimes make me sick to my stomach with the ignorant comments. For crying out loud, please go sit down somewhere because I don’t want people assuming you speak for all of us.

    There’s nothing worse than coming on here and seeing maybe 5 or 6 really inspiring or thought provoking comments but having to weed through all the ignorant, illiterate, ‘backabush’ crap to get to them. Log off please and go back to watching Maury or Days.

    The man cheated, got caught, was impeached and Hillary made her decision about the future of their marriage. Get over it people. If you want to go hear him speak and you can then go, if you don’t or can’t then don’t. If you didnt like his politics, fine, if you didnt like how he handled his personal life FINE. Say whatever you want but please at least wait 10 minutes before posting, re-read and be absolutely sure that your comment won’t add to the equeally frustrating and enraging stereotype that people have about us Caymanians. Its sad to say but the truth is, so many in my generation cannot wait for the old fogies, the racist bigots and the close minded crabs to pass on already so we can finally have some honest, articulate, meaningful debate with a view to actually getting things done for the better of the country without having to worry about them being shot down by a-holes who can barely read and write.

    Yes, I’m ranting – I’m actually so fed up with the ignorance, hypocrity and stupidity I read on here sometimes that it makes me want to log off for good. “With freedom [of speech]comes great responsibility.” There are so many countries in the world where people are not free to speak out or voice an opinion that conflicts with the Government. We are still able to speak out so why waste that freedom to chat a bunch of rubbish? We don’t have to agree with eachother and yes the jokes on here make me laugh too but sometimes I read some comments and all they convince me of is that many people living here harbour some serious hatred towards eachother and cannot voice it personally so they hide behind anonymity and come on here to spew nothing but venom.

    • Anon says:

      Well said!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Subway cookie, this is Bar Hopper, and you are so correct. Some of them should be out there and see their husbands on a Friday and Saturday night, then they would shut it up.

  4. Frank says:

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE introduce Bill Clinton to McKeeva so he can teach him how to really run a country. The only thing Bill Clinton was ever guilty of is bad taste!

    Give him status and make him Premier!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    una realy think President Clinton is reading all this rubbish that is posted???. Get Real the man is who he is. Just like McKeve being the Pemier. Stop the rubbish and get real- find some time to think over your financial affairs, and most of all how are we going to survive such crisis that are in the world today. You all sound so disgusting and uneducated. Sound just like Mckeva. At least he not making himslef look like a fool right now.

    • Anonymous says:

      You are correct 10:46, I dont know why these computer blogging addicts dont get a life, embarasssing decent people that call this place home. Angry with the world because they have a bad life. Give it up

  6. Anonymous says:

    In the past century, and several decades ago, while working for the US Ambassador, William Crowe, I had the pleasure of hearing then President Clinton speak at Winfield House (the US Ambassador’s Residence in London, UK). This was during the aftermath of Ms Lewinsky; it was during an official visit and the audience consisted of high ranking diplomatic and political figures.

    It is hard to describe the near mesmerising quality of his speech, but it was impossible to miss his sincerity and his intelligence. Don’t get me wrong – I was not then a fan of his!

    When the man speaks, you forget about his personal failures and are invariably impressed with his education, his broad grasp of the world’s situation and his aptitude! Your attention to his words is held and your mind is broadened. Even if you have no interest in his topic you will gain an appreciation of his concerns, his methodology and his humanity.

    Let me offer this humble advice: put his peccadilloes behind you (and him) and give him the benefit of your attention! I hope the press covers the speech in its entirety and the general public will be allowed to hear every word at some point.

    I only wish he could also address environmental health – and could offer a helping hand to the Save Cayman initiative!

    • BDaC says:

      Too true to all the comments above, my only regret is that
      more of our CAYMANIAN citizens will not benefit from hearing him. $1500 per person is ridiculous!!

      • Anne F. Shaw-Pearson says:

        $1500 sounds quite reasonable to me.

        Can one be a "Caymanian citizen"?  Isn’t "Caymanian" just a local authority sub-designation of a British Overseas Territory Citizen?

    • Anonymous says:

      If President Clinton’s ‘peccadilloes’ had happened in France, no one would have heard of them. In America, they were exploited by the vindictive Republicans and turned into a five  billion dollar media frenzy, to satisfy the public’s prurient minds. He’s arguably the best speech-maker since Churchill.

  7. anonymous says:

    What made Bill Clinton appears as one of the best Presidents the USA every had, was because a lot of Ronald Reagan and George Bush Sr. Policies were kicking in during his first 4 years as President, then his final 4 years the true Bill Clinton colours showed, when he became involved in White Water and Monica. He was a Playboy President and his disgraced his role in the White House. His popularity soared because of his Playboy stature, especially amongst young men. Ronald Reagan was the best President in recent decades, he had statemans stature and great qualities. The Democrats never gave the USA a good President since Kennedy.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Ignorant CNS.
    Why do CNS not have the common courtesy of giving this man a title of “Mr” Clinton or “President” instead of being so pig ignorant as to call him “Clinton” throughout the article. This doesn’t just show up the people at CNS who are writing this but puts the Cayman Island in an even worse light. One of the English ladies at CNS has said before how educated she is well this disproves that!

  9. Anya says:

    It would have been nice if his speech could have been a bit more affordable for the peoplel of the Cayman Islands. SMH

  10. Anonymous says:

    Let me make sure that I understand this. There are people willing to spend $1500 a plate who have no idea where the money goes? Is Cher going to be putting on a show after the speech?

    • anon says:

      not only is it costing$1500 a plate, Bill isn’t even going to be there for the pre drinks nor the actual dinner. So people are going to be paying this much money to see the man talk for how ever long it isand then bugger off, with out even getting the chance to meet him.

      • Anonymous says:

        Incorrect. Please speak from a position of knowledge rather than baseless speculation. I was fortunate enough to obtain a seat and understand there were limited photo ops and/or a private audience with Mr. Clinton for a lucky few.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Welcome Mr. Clinton!

    We love you!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Welcome to Cayman Mr. President. I voted both times for you and was deeply dissapointed when Hilary didn’t get the Democrat nomination for President. Hope you enjoy your stay and thank you for all of your good works. Smart move bringing your own Secret Service detail you might need it these days on 7-Mile beach.

  13. Anonymous says:

    If the Premier was on Island to attend former President Clinton’s lecture on "Common Humanity" probably he would do  better with  next time he presents himself on TV or in a public forum.  A man of his caliber has travelled extensively could give our Premier and Elio  lessons that will elevate their egos and inspire them to be better leaders

    Welcome!! Former President Clinton to our Island – enjoy our hospitality and the sea sand and sun.

    • Unite and be kind says:

       Dalai Lama

      In a world in which demographic growth and progress in communications have put us in very close contact with our neighbors, the very survival of humanity depends on our working together. That is why more than ever, we must look upon humanity as one entity. The problems that we face go beyond individuals and nations. We can only resolve them through an effort of shared responsibility.

    • Concerned Caymanian says:

      Unfortunately, you can’t make a silk purse out of a pig’s ear. Our Premier has a Grade 3 education and Mr. clinton is an Oxford Rhodes scholar – there is no way to compare the two!

    • Anonymous says:

        You think the Premier and Elio need their egos elevated? Good grief!

  14. Anonymous says:

    Welcome Mr. Clinton! I hope your stay here is an enjoyable one. I’m Caymanian, but agree with some on here, you were one of the best US Presidents this century had to offer. I still respect and admire you very much! I always said if I were a US citizen I would have voted for you. I wish I could afford to come and hear you speak, butthat’s my mortgage payment right there. I wish you all the very best in life. Keep up the good work and don’t let people’s vile and venemous words and ways ever deter you from the good you are doing in life. God bless you always!

  15. Anonymous says:

    I’m just thanking God that our Premier isn’t on island to create yet another embarrassment while a former US President is visiting with us.

    Lets just be grateful that McKeeva is far far away people !!!

    Welcome to the Cayman Islands Mr. President……..enjoy your stay with us.

  16. Goober says:

    Maybe ol’ Billy Boy can give McKeewa a few tips while he’s here.

     

  17. McCarron McLaughlin says:

    Mr. President,

    Can you show our Premier the other Bill, William McKeeva Bush how to conduct himself when he’s out in public?

  18. Anonymous says:

    I am a Caymanian and I think Bill Clinton was the best president the US ever had at least during living memory.  I wish someone would pay him to teach our leaders a thing or two about running a country.  For those of you casting stones at him, stop being so hypocritical and saintish, cause no, not one of us is perfect and there is just as much crap going on in Cayman as anywhere else and we are smaller.

    To Mr. Clinton, I say WELCOME to the Cayman Islands.  I wish you an enjoyable stay and would like to welcome your to return for a vacation.  You will always be the best!

    • Anonymous says:

      The best President the US ever had was without doubt Ronald Reagan, who became president at a time when the US was no longer the greatest nation on earth & had become a joke as far as being a world force as they once were (Carter made the US become the laughing stock of the world). Ronald Reagan turned their fortunes around, saved the economy & once again turned America into the most powerful nation on earth, & saved the world from communism. Clinton became president AFTER Reagan had rescued America. Admittedly Clinton then continued the growth that was started under America’s greatest president, Ronald Wilson Reagan.

  19. Anonymous says:

    I noticed in the pic above he doesn’t have a pen and bunch of notes to be attending, – hmmmm, – something’s askew, – is beloved Leader here for this one ? – if so keep him away. . . .  😉

  20. Anonymous says:

    welcome to our islands good sir, hope you have te chance to sample some of our local food. if not im sure a jerk will soon be in your room soon anyway.

  21. Karen says:

     He may have arrived in the dead of night, but it was nice to see him walk seven mile beach this afternoon, secret service walking off to his side…he was smiling, waving and saying hello to people that welcomed him….good to see

    • Anonymous says:

      Ummm… Bill Clinton wasn’t here in the afternoon… Afternoon starts about 12 o’clock. Please stop making up foolish comments that are a waste of time and space on cns! If you got nothing to say that is factual and would benefit the other bloggers – shut up!

      • Power of the People says:

        Are you on drugs? What the heck was that all about?? Ummm… YES he was on the beach on Sunday afternoon…several people saw him and got photos of him (despite his security detail being a little protective). What’s your problem? You are so angry! Seriously get YOUR facts straight before you spew your garbage on CNS and waste our time reading your XXXX (censored by me to save CNS the time!)

        That person posted Sunday night AFTER seeing him Sunday afternoon – and yes, afternoon starts at about 12 o’clock…what a smart little thing you are!! Duh! Gawd some of you people that post here are so eager to shoot first, ask questions later…ease up nah! You just made me angry for no good reason…and you won’t like it when I’m angry! ~ HULK

      • Anonymous says:

        Do you really have to be so rude – especially when you are incorrect! Afternoon starts at 12.00 noon on a Sunday too!

  22. Libertarian says:

    ***** “…as the guest of honour at the African nation’s good governance awards.” No doubt, he has arrived here to speak on a social agenda of hope and change for the world. He is spearheading his own non-profit organization, called the “William J. Clinton Foundation” financially supported by Bill Gates and other wealthy eiltes. This foundation and his message is really not about helping the markets and private entities of the globe to economically grow and develop on their own. Rather, I think the philosophy behind the Clinton Foundation is more about selling a world view, and giving people / market entities of the world “a helping hand.” To me that helping hand entails bringing people under the “common umbrella” of a “one-world-order” where global control via social laws would be implemented – the world under an egalitarian system. Sounds good, but I believe it will eventually in our life time infringe on the basic rights of free enterprise. Hence, “Embracing our Common Humanity” will come with a human price. It may very well mean being under that “common umbrella” of government control. But go back to bed, I don’t know what I’m talkin about – just a fanatical libertarian. :o) Bill Clinton is a good man who has never ever ever lied. *****

  23. Alan Nivia says:

    I thought from the headline that the Government were trying to railroad through some more laws to suits their favourite interest groups without any opportunity for debate.

    Says a lot about what Cayman has become.

  24. Loren says:

    A word of advise for the haters go get a life and move on… there’s not interest in your tired old tirade.

  25. JC says:

    I’m sure he would be so impressed with the Cayman Islands if he read this article and the comments.

    Nice class CNS, Cayman and those that reside post here

    Thumb down all you want, I’m getting bored with your sniping negativity and whining.

  26. Shock and Awe says:

    I will elaborate before anyone misunderstands:

    President Ronald Reagan – The Iran-Contra Affair. In which arms were secretly sold to Iran.  Oliver North – member of Reagan’s Security Council diverts funds from the sale of those arms to supply weapons to the Contras.  Who – were trying to overthrow through a terrorist campaign a democratically elected government in Nicaragua.

    Following investigations conclude CIA planes were flown from the U.S. using locations in Texas and Arkansas. And – flew back with loads of cocaine. The beginnings of the crack epidemic.

    George Bush Sr. – Vice President and former head of the CIA under Ford heads task forces for Clinton – for financial de-regulation and drug abuse. Gerald Ford – pardoned Richard Nixon for his crimes as president.

    George Bush Sr. – then became president and pardoned Reagan administration officials indicted for lying to Congress about the Iran Contra Affair.

    Bill Clinton – former governor of Arkansas then became president and furthered financial de-regulation.  He of course was defeated after an illicit affair with Monika Lewinsky.

    George Bush Jr.  – former governor of Texas and son of George Bush Sr. then became the next president.  He was responsible for wars in Afghanistan and the bogus WMD invasion of Iraq – as well as the ultimate collapse of the U.S. economy and a world financial crisis due to de-regulation.

    Now I’m not saying Bill Clinton is insincere in his motivations because he may very well be but after a cursory look atthe scandals involved in recent presidential administrations and – their recent and past roles in clandestine activities to overthrow governments – from Vietnam to El Salvador to Chile to Nicaragua and elsewhere. Leads one to draw the conclusion:

    If I were a former president of the U.S. and spoke on a topic such as "our common humanity"- I would keep it a secret.

     

  27. O'Really says:

    Typical, bringing in another foreigner on a work permit. If there’s one thing Cayman has, it’s people who can talk! 

  28. Anonymous says:

    I am surprised they allowed local armed security near him. Now that’s a security threat!

    • Anonymous says:

      Local armed security?  No security company here is allowed to be armed?  Are you sure it wasn’t the police?

  29. Anonymous says:

    Hey, anybody nows if Gratuity is included??
    I wouldnt mind to serve anyone if help is needed.
    Im off tomorrow night.

  30. Anonymous says:

    What a shame Big Mac won’t be there to take some lessons in public speaking!!!!

  31. Anonymous says:

    Bill should feel right at home here.

  32. Anonymous says:

     I trust this speech on "Humanity" to the elites will will temper the anti-expat sentiments  prevalent in this Island nation.

    • Anonymous says:

      The “elites” will be mostly expat. Hopefully it wil temper the anti-Caymanian sentiments prevalent about expats.

  33. Anonymous says:

     Why all the negativity?  It’s not your money being used to see him.  If you don’t want to see him, you don’t have to..simple. duh!

  34. Twyla Vargas says:

    Dont think I will have the pleasure of meeting him, but I feel Honored that Mr Bill Clinton is here with us in the Cayman Islands, and do hope he will enjoy his stay so much that he will want to visit again. I  do hope he gets the chance to take his shoes off and walk in our white sands and step in the cool waters..

    • Anonymous says:

      I had the pleasure to say Hi I saw him walking on the beach today,nice looking man,he is a friendly person,he was walking the beach.

    • Anon says:

      I think Bill Clinton is great but I hope we aren’t paying for our armed policemen to guard him.

    • Anonymous says:

      Not my cup of tea! Too liberal for me. Not for free muchless $1500.00 per plate, are you mad???????

    • 12th of never says:

      Isn’t this the President who stopped all aid to Caribbean Islands while he was President of the USA, and stopped buying sugar cane and bananas from Caribbean Islands?
      Everyone is now claiming that he was the greatest President so maybe this is a different Bill Clinton!

    • Rob says:

       he did that today.. saw the pics

    • Anonymous says:

      Hope the "bad boys" behave themselves while he is here.  Wouldn’t that look great for him to witness????

      • A little bit of Monica says:

        Actually, maybe it’s Bill whom we should be hoping for to behave. With Hillary off to London tomorrow and all ……Next Up : Temptation Island?!

  35. human being says:

    Sad part to this is, their going to bring "people" up from Cayman Brac to sit this $1,500 ticket dinner (per person) and they wonder why & how gov. is goin broke!

    • Anonymous says:

      You had to F__d it up didnt you… whats wrong with bringing some people from the Brac>>>>Damn it !

      • Anonymous says:

        The only thing wrong with bringing people from the Brac is that they are ONLY going to be family members or close friends of the deputy premier. THATS A FACT.

    • Anonymous says:

      Bring people from the Brac? You are suggesting Tax payers paying for votes again.. FOI please.

    • Anonymous says:

       so if he was giving the lecture in Cayman Brac it would be fine to pay for people from Grand Cayman to go to Brac or you just have something against Brackers?

  36. Anonymous says:

    Ohhh PALEEEEEEEZZZZ…$1500.00 to hear about humanity from a married President that was too busy being a playboy to be a decent husband and father much less focus on his job???  You have got to be kidding me.  He would have to pay me to be in my company but I have more class than to prostitute myself to him.  Anyway I guess as always these days everything here caters to the rich but then again I guess the rich here need to hear more about humanity that than the rest of us do.  Still I don’t know how you can learn from or respect anything about a lowlife deadbeat has been.  How about paying someone $1500.00 to speak to Mac Dicktator about our economy and putting his people first.  Bring in people who really do make a positive impact on our world if you want to do something for Cayman.  I would do it for free!  Shame on you for perpetuating the continuance of this egomaniac and his wealth and for what reason again??????  What a pathetic joke and a waste!     

    • Anonymous says:

      He is the best president America had this century. A little philandering here and there is quite normal for even the best of us..  So please  drop the better-than-thou attitude.. LOL

      • Anonymous says:

        I have a great deal of esteem for Mr. Clinton but actually he was the president in the last century, not this one! It is of course nonsense to justify what Mr. Clinton did as “quite normal for even the best of us”.

    • Truth Police says:

      OK…sure, his past is a bit checkered.  But to a) say he’s pathetic, b) say you could do better and c) say he has done absolutely nothing of impact for the world only reveals how much of an uninformed buffoon you clearly are.  Tell me, did you go to North Korea to free those hostages on your own dime?  Where were you?  Did you go to Haiti, or have ever been, to help one Haitian after their earthquake?  Did you go for free?  Where were you?  Have you been to Africa, the Middle East, or other parts of the world on humanitarian missions, on your own dime?  Where were you?

      Perhaps you should do some research into the full extent of what Mr. Clinton has done since he left office, instead of denigrate the man for a few marital misgivings.  Unless I missed the breaking news, there is no perfect messiah walking the Earth, not even you.  We are all with fault in life, but I would love to see your long list and resume of humanitarian and other global achievements posted here to compare to the following:

      http://www.clintonfoundation.org

      http://www.clintonglobalinitiative.org

      http://www.cgiu.org

       

       

    • Anonymous says:

      Another jackass, what’s Mac got to do with this, you scared of him that much, i’ll bet you dream about him standing on your shoulders while you are standing neck deep in ung ga ga.

    • Anonymous says:

      I agree with your sentiments Anon 12:41.
      I never liked him as a president & I sure do not like him asa person. It is my opinion that he abused his position & power, disrespected his wife & women ingeneral, & disrespected the American people. I did not support him before he was elected & I did not support him after. A poor example of a president & a poor example as a human being, in my humble opinion.

      • Anonymous says:

        Sounds a lot like the esteemed leader of the Cayman Islands, eh?

        Seriously though, I don’t care about the man’s personal life. That is exactly what it should be, PERSONAL. He was one of America’s best. Mac could learn a few things from Mr Clinton!

    • Anonymous says:

       I am sure President Clinton will be so upset to know how you feel about him!  "Pay to be in your presence"!  I am "laughing out loud!"

    • Subway Cookie says:

      WOW Anon, I guess you’re not going! You are entitled to your opinion but Bill Clinton did arguably much better as a president than both Bush’s combined. Personally, I could care less about his infidelities – he only had the misfortune of getting caught doing what several presidents have done in the past. Or perhaps you choose to believe Marilyn Monroe was JFK’s ‘advisor’ or that George Washingtons offspring have a strange skin condition which magically makes them appear black! I’m not saying Bill Clinton was right, he was wrong for what he did. However, if you are saying that anyone who does something wrong has nothing good to contribute to society then I guess we are all useless. Me, I prefer to extract whatever knowledge I can from someone so I can use it for my own purpose. I wish I could attend this speech but I couldnt afford $1500. I’m sure he does command a king’s ransome everywhere he goes but the downfall is that it almost always will mean that the only people to benefit from his experience/advice are people who are probably already successful (at least financially) to be able to fork over that amount of cash.

  37. Anonymous says:

    Go Bill! Love the man – always have and always will. An American living in the U.S. at the time, I supported him from the earliest days of campaign and support him now. Yes, he wasn’t and isn’t perfect, but compared to his successor I would take Bill back as President any day. I’m sure there will be nasty comments made in reply, but I don’t care – love ya Bill! Just can’t afford the fee to see you – too bad.

    • Hungry one says:

      I agree with you 100% he had his faults as any one do, but you cant say that he wasnt a good president, so he did a naughty thing in some of your eyes, I say those of you that havent sinned flirted smoke a cigar or two ,seek repentance. I wish I could afford the fee, I would be right up front.

      Love you Mr. Clinton , we so do need a lesson on humanity.

  38. Shockand Awe says:

    Gandhi traveled in daylight not like some cocaine smuggler.  OOPS

    Mena Arkansas.  Arkansas Business Development Bank.

  39. noname says:

    I am so honored to be attending the event, it’s costly, but  in my opinion worth every penny; he is one of my favorite US Presidents.   An event like this anywhere else would cost around $5,000. He spoke in Toronto in 2009 and a friend of mine attended.

    She said that it was one of the most impressive events that she had ever attended in her life.

    I am so looking forward to hearing what he has to say around his topic "Embracing our Common Humanity". God bless Presindent Clinton!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Good for you and good for him. Hope you both have a lovely evening. Personally, I would rather read Nelson Mandela’s life story again and again. Enjoy.

  40. ALL SEEING says:

    Slick willy slips in to the Island in the dead of night for money making reasons. Is Hilarey with him or someone other? I bet he is not alone.

    • Anonymous says:

      Why do we always have to be so negative,If we don’t have anything nice to say we should just shut up.We wonder why our kids act the way they do but they hear the way we talk down to other so we need to grow up be NICE.

      • Anonymous says:

        15:29 Well said. These people who talk about McKeva’s behaviour is just like him. They are no different than him- What a time to show off their igronance.

    • kon says:

      monica… where are you???