My buddy just e-mailed me a photo from the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado of former President Bill Clinton. At first glance it’s a fairly innocuous picture of the former leader of the free world shaking hands with someone.
If you look in Bill’s left hand you can see he’s holding a silver can of some sort, perhaps a silver bullet? Could it be the former president is slumming it with the common Coors Light?
Let’s take a closer look:
Hmm, a little tough to tell but it does seem to have the blue rim and the greyish-whitish rendition of the Rockies on the side.
Let’s compare with an actual Coors Light can (via ChuckThomas.com):
Hmm, still a bit too close to call definitively. I’ve asked my buddy to e-mail me the full resolution version of this photo when he gets a chance so hopefully we’ll know for sure soon.
Let me be clear, I do not disapprove of Bill throwing back a cold one. After all, he’s pretty much retired now so I say let him enjoy his time however he wants. If it is in fact a Coors Light, it’s a funny way to perhaps gain some favor amongst the people in the state of Colorado. Or maybe he was just thirsty.
4 responses to “Bill Clinton Drinks Coors Light?”
That is too funny, Bill throwing back the Silver Bullet. It sure does look like it, unless it happens to be a Milwaukee’s Best, lol.
Hehe…if it’s The Beast then he just earned some serious respect from every college student across the land.
On an unrelated note, if you freeze then heat, then freeze, then play catch with, then heat, then freeze again (and so on) a can of Milwaukee’s Beast for six months of your freshman year, in the end it actually tastes good!
Don’t ask me how I know.
It’s a tough call. I think the blue rim is a little too small to be one of those cans you pictured. I don’t think the brand really matters though. It was probably just handed to him.
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You’re right Peter, it’s very, very tough to say one way or the other. Though as you said, the brand doesn’t really matter (nor does the type of beverage).