LIES ARE BAD, MMKAY?
So Hillary comes clean, but it leaves her in more of a mess, in my opinion. She finally recanted her fictional account of her trip to Bosnia in 1996.
“So I made a mistake,” she said. “That happens. It proves I’m human, which you know, for some people, is a revelation.”
She told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: “I was sleep-deprived, and I misspoke.”
She told KDKA radio in Pittsburgh: “You know, I have written about this and described it in many different settings, and I did misspeak the other day. This has been a very long campaign.”
That, my friends, is a heaping pile of excrement. Would it be OK if she issued incorrect orders as Commander in Chief? Oops, sorry troops, I was really tired. Sorry you died–it’s been quite a day with all the meetings and whatnot. Rubbish.
She can’t be trusted to be forthright on any matter. She has a history of being a windsock. I know another word for “misspoke”. It’s called “lied”. And she didn’t retract her version until she was called on it.
“The more important issue, she said, is whether she would be a better commander in chief than Obama or Republican presidential candidate John McCain. Clinton and Obama are competing for votes in Pennsylvania’s April 22 primary.”
The answer to that is a resounding no.
[tags]Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama[/tags]