(Dissociated Press) Former President Bill Clinton was honored last week as "Father of the Year" by the National Father's Day Council. The Council honors fathers whose "lives are dedicated to family, citizenship, charity, civility, responsibility and reverence.”
In keeping with his role as Father of the Year, the former Chief Executive announced today his adoption of three Ukrainian ex-children (photo above). Mr. Clinton said he was moved by the girls' long struggles in foster care, and said that he intends to provide a loving and nurturing home for them in his one-bedroom apartment overlooking Riverside Park in Manhattan.
Previous recipients of the National Father's Day Council's Father of the Year Award include (I'm not making this up) David Petraeus, John Edwards, and Hulk Hogan.