Friday, April 11, 2008

The Clinton Campaign's New Strategy

The Clinton campaign had been in jeopardy in recent weeks, with Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) reeling off a string of victories and building a formidable lead in the delegate count. His message of hope for a better future and change from the evil politics of the past had struck a chord among voters. But the Clinton campaign has now staged a major comeback by sticking to its theme: evil.

“Washington is not a nice place,” Sen. Clinton noted. “Sen. Obama wants you to believe that things can change in Washington. That people can work together for the greater good. I am here to tell you that this will never happen. Americans are like rats, a teeming pile of corpse-eating pestilential scavengers. The rat at the top of the pile is the one who is willing to do anything to get ahead, who would gut her own mother with teeth in order to stand atop the festering heap. I am that rat, America.”







5 comments:

Bob said...

Wow...

Is that a real clinton quote, or are you just being nasty?

Pretty Lady said...

Does it ring true, Bobert my dear?

Desert Cat said...

**sigh** no.

*Lizard* Queen! *Lizard* Queen!

...not rat queen...

Sus said...

>snicker<
Man, with all the crap that is flying, this will probably be believed.

Anonymous said...

I'm shocked at what she's doing now, attacking Obama for that remark he made about people in small, economically depressed towns clinging to religion, guns, etc. Which was completely true, by the way. I would say that Hillary has deeply disappointed me, except that I didn't believe in her that deeply in the first place; I knew she was a politician who would do whatever it takes to win. Let's say she has shallowly disappointed me.

Perhaps we'll discuss over brunch.

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