Thursday, January 3, 2008

Hillary Clinton- Her Crumbling Campaign for Third Place, and New Life Strategy With Bill?

too good to not re-print....

A FAUX NEWS WRAP UP OF 2008's First Caucus
by Madi Tallup, Faux News Network

DES MOINES, Iowa - Sen. Hillary Clinton, unbowed by a third-place finish in the Iowa Democratic caucuses, hailed a "it's a great night for Republicans" and said the strong turnout for Mitt Romney pointed for sure to the election of a Republican president in November.

She said she would "keep pushing as hard as we can" in the next few caucuses. Her husband, Bill, said he would too, but he didn't elaborate any further on what he meant by it.

The former first lady, who had once held a commanding lead in polls here, tilted back a few coffee cups of an undisclosed fluid, and congratulated caucus winner "Sen. Balack Osama, uh I mean Braack Olamama and the second-place finisher, John Edwards... I can say that one easy."

She promised cheering supporters she would take "this enthusiasm and go tonight to New Hampshire to kick back a few, and then campaign hard tomorrow." The state holds its primary on Jan. 8.

"We're going to keep pushing as hard as we can," she said again, aparently not realizing the teleprompter hadn't advanced another screen yet. Supporters chanted, "Billary, Billary."

With former President Bill Clinton and their new 'mutual life-friend', Monica, standing to one side of her and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to the other, Clinton said, "I am so ready for the rest of this campaign to be over."

Projections showed a turnout of 220,588 for Democrats compared to 124,000 who showed up for Democratic caucuses in 2004.

Nearly 54,000 showed up early yesterday for welfare checks promised by the Clintons if they voted early via absentee ballot along with nearly a dozen women who camped out in the hotel lobby awaiting Bill Clinton to serve him paternity test results or file harassment suits.


At January 8, 2008 at 11:19 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I see Hillary at it again.
She said Iowa is out of touch of with america...this just shows she is not the right person for the job


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