Over the weekend, the former president seized on the 15th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing to draw implicit parallels between bomber Timothy McVeigh and peaceful -- if rambunctious -- political dissent like the Tea Party movement.
"What we learned from Oklahoma City is . . . the words we use really do matter," said Clinton. "There is this vast echo chamber, and the words fall on the serious and delirious alike."
Funny, though: McVeigh never cited talk-show hosts as inspiration. Rather, he pointed a finger at Clinton's own administration.