Thursday, March 6, 2008

being Kenneth Starr

I guess I shouldn't be amazed at anything that comes from the Clinton machine, but it seems to be getting more pathetic. If you're going to question Hillary Clinton's statements/behaviors/"experience", you're going to be compared to a certain independent prosecutor.
Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson said Obama's statement that he plans to be more critical of Clinton's record is reminiscent of the attacks the Clintons endured during the investigations in the 1990s.

"Our point here is to point out that after a campaign in which many of the questions that voters had in the closing days centered on concerns that they had over his state of preparedness to be commander in chief and steward of the economy, he has chosen instead of addressing those issues to attack Senator Clinton," Wolfson told reporters in a conference call. "They've announced that this is what they are going to do."

When a reporter asks questions about Hillary's disastrous attempt at tackling healthcare, will she be compared to Ken Starr? "Oh, don't Ken Starr me..."

It's the new catchphrase. If people ask you about something that you believe you've already explained to them, you can just say, "Don't Ken Starr me."

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