No matter how slick you are, if you're a sociopath who lives in a goldfish bowl, as Clinton did for eight years in the White House, you can't hide your sociopathy. The sociopaths themselves, of course, always think they're fooling us, but their overconfidence often does them in. Clinton has in fact fooled a lot of people, but he hasn't fooled as many as he thinks he has. For those of us schooled in the ways of sociopaths, he is a textbook case.
Here is a Youtube video of Clinton at the funeral of Ron Brown, his Commerce Secretary: Clinton is laughing and joking, but as soon as he sees the camera pointing at him, he looks down and wipes a nonexistent tear from his eye.
This is the same Bill Clinton who said, during an economic downturn, "I feel your pain." Translation: "I am an empathetic and sympathetic human being." The only problem is, no one who actually feels empathy and sympathy would ever feel the need to point that out.
Take a look at some of these pictures. If you look closely, you'll see each of his poses is almost too good to be true, i.e., he captures the expression he's trying to achieve almost perfectly, which "real" people almost never do.
Here's Bill's humble yet patriotic look:
Here are two photos of Bill shedding his famous crocodile tears (which involve no actual production of water):
Here's his "You can count on me to fight for you" look:
Here's his "Together, we're gonna win this thing" look:
Here's his "It's just so great to be here with all you wonderful folks -- and look who's here!" look:
Here's his justifiably angry, "I did not have sex with that woman" look:
Here's his "After all these years, I'm still just head over heels for Hillary" look:
Here is what is undoubtedly one of Clinton's favorite photographs of himself, from a rare lean phase. Note the faroff look in his eyes, as if he is contemplating weighty matters, combined with the determined set of his jaw, and the judicious stroking of his chin. What a statesman!
Please bear in mind, this is not just a lesson in Bill Clinton-ism; it is a lesson in sociopathy. Sociopaths often betray their own essentially dishonest natures by overdoing things, demonstrating the falseness of their emotions.
Now, if you didn't take a look at the Youtube video linked above, please do so; it's extremely illuminating.
(Here's my more detailed explanation of Bill Clinton's sociopathy.)