Hillary Clinton

Hillary's Camp Plants Questions In Crowd, Dead Fish Wrapper Ignores Story

Hello, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to yet another episode of "Cover for the Democrat", as displayed regularly by the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper.  Today's episode is about one of the Fish Wrapper's favorite people to protect, Hillary(ous) Clinton.  We already know that she is unable to answer a tough question without flip flopping more than a fish on a table, and when she is, her people whine that she is being picked on and asked "misleading" questions.

Now she shows how really afraid she is of answering tough questions.  Two times in the past week, it has been revealed that her campaign has been planting questions in the audience at campaign stops.  The first time was Tuesday (11/6/07), at a biodiesel plant in Newton, Iowa.

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Hello, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to yet another episode of "Cover for the Democrat", as displayed regularly by the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper.  Today's episode is about one of the Fish Wrapper's favorite people to protect, Hillary(ous) Clinton.  We already know that she is unable to answer a tough question without flip flopping more than a fish on a table, and when she is, her people whine that she is being picked on and asked "misleading" questions.

Now she shows how really afraid she is of answering tough questions.  Two times in the past week, it has been revealed that her campaign has been planting questions in the audience at campaign stops.  The first time was Tuesday (11/6/07), at a biodiesel plant in Newton, Iowa.

Ignored Story - More Liberal Hypocrisy From Hillary Clinton

Here is yet another story you most definitely won't see in the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper. After Don Imus made his now famous quote about the Rutgers women's basketball team, Hillary-ous jumped on the bandwagon, and sent out a signed e-mail saying that Imus' words "showed a disregard for basic decency and were disrespectful and degrading to African Americans and women everywhere."

However, apparently that outrage only manifests itself when campaign money isn't involved. On March 31st, Hillary-ous attended a fund raiser event for her campaign hosted by Timbaland, a hip-hop producer and performer who is known for his misogynistic lyrics. The hypocrisy was noted by Colbert I. King in the Washington Post.

Teaser: 

Here is yet another story you most definitely won't see in the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper. After Don Imus made his now famous quote about the Rutgers women's basketball team, Hillary-ous jumped on the bandwagon, and sent out a signed e-mail saying that Imus' words "showed a disregard for basic decency and were disrespectful and degrading to African Americans and women everywhere."

However, apparently that outrage only manifests itself when campaign money isn't involved. On March 31st, Hillary-ous attended a fund raiser event for her campaign hosted by Timbaland, a hip-hop producer and performer who is known for his misogynistic lyrics. The hypocrisy was noted by Colbert I. King in the Washington Post.

DFW Editors Fawn Over Hillary

As was to be expected, today the Fish Wrapper fulfilled its destiny and did its fawning act over Hillary Clinton's carefully staged announcement that she will be running for President in 2008.

In their editorial, the editors manage to gloss over her anger and coldness and other notoriety gained when she was First Lady (and I use the term "lady" very loosely).

Teaser: 

As was to be expected, today the Fish Wrapper fulfilled its destiny and did its fawning act over Hillary Clinton's carefully staged announcement that she will be running for President in 2008.

In their editorial, the editors manage to gloss over her anger and coldness and other notoriety gained when she was First Lady (and I use the term "lady" very loosely).

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