Update: Monday’s off to a bad start for Madam H.:
Four large American flags came crashing in front of Senator Clinton as she headed for the door. In a controlled panic, the staffers and the Senator attempted to catch the flags before they fell to the ground.
“I think the bases are not weighted enough.” Clinton said as she propped flags back up.
In case you were unplugged this weekend, here’s a bit of the fun we’ve had with Hillary over Plantgate here and here. Major Garrett at FNC has the latest reax from Hillary on how her garden of planted questioners did grow. Mrs. Smarty-Pants didn’t know nuthin’:
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton responded to allegations Sunday that her presidential campaign had planted questions during public appearances.
At a media event in Waterloo, Iowa, Clinton responded to a reporter’s question about two separate incidents, one that occurred this week at a biodiesel plant in Newton, and the other in April on a farm outside Fort Madison, both in Iowa.
“Well it was news to me” Clinton said. “And neither I nor my campaign approve of that. And it will certainly not be tolerated.”
The reporter went on to ask if she knew of other incidents beyond those reported.
Clinton responded saying, “You know everything I know.”
And how about those stifled secret documents?
Better watch out. If she keeps having to put on that “It’s news to me” face, she’s going to pull a few muscles.
I love the whole “yes, we did it, but it’s not something we do” defense. Love that:
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