Clinton wants to be remembered as a great philanthropist. And he's having no trouble finding media people to play along. Indeed, a fawning cover story in the October Atlantic Monthly suggests Clinton may one day be known "as a philanthropist who happened to have been president."
Bill Clinton, a philanthropist? Aren't philanthropists usually people like Andrew Carnegie, who first make a lot of money and then give it away? Clinton never made a fortune as a captain of industry, and the only thing he's ever been known for giving away is semen.
~ by J. H. Huebert, "Clinton the Philanthropist," LewRockwell.com, October 23, 2007