Bill Clinton is a strange fellow. It's because he wants to say things but has to disguise them in vagueness so he can say he was misunderstood when the stuff hits the fan. Those of us who have known Bill Clinton for 30 years have learned to read between the lines.
So Bill goes off and gives a hypothetical situation about the choice between two candidates. It is really strange but it came across as a disguised endorsement of John McCain - or more like a rejection of Barack Obama. Here it is:
"Whether government can actually deliver becomes quite important. It becomes in a way, THE question. Suppose for example you're a voter. And you have Candidate X and Candidate Y. Candidate X agrees with you on everything, but you don't think that person can deliver on anything. Candidate Y disagrees with you on half the issues, but you believe that on the other half, the candidate will be able to deliver. For whom will you vote?"Bill quickly said that doesn't have anything to do with today but that is how he semantically operates.
So who is Bill voting for in November?