Friday, March 28, 2008

Clintonian Quote of the Week (Maybe of The Year)

From Peggy Noonan's Declarations in the Wall Street Journal:
What struck me as the best commentary on the Bosnia story came from a poster called GI Joe who wrote in to a news blog: "Actually Mrs. Clinton was too modest. I was there and saw it all. When Mrs. Clinton got off the plane the tarmac came under mortar and machine gun fire. I was blown off my tank and exposed to enemy fire. Mrs. Clinton without regard to her own safety dragged me to safety, jumped on the tank and opened fire, killing 50 of the enemy." Soon a suicide bomber appeared, but Mrs. Clinton stopped the guards from opening fire. "She talked to the man in his own language and got him [to] surrender. She found that he had suffered terribly as a result of policies of George Bush. She defused the bomb vest herself." Then she turned to his wounds. "She stopped my bleeding and saved my life. Chelsea donated the blood."
Everyone who has been following the Clintons for the last 16 years gets it.

1 Comments:

Anonymous BlueBuffoon said...

Hilarious--in large part because it's hard detect much light between Herself's own "misstatement" and this obvious parody. The Clinton "legacy" on display is truly rich ground. Nice work GI Joe!

Thanks for sharing, Hedgehog.

Saturday, March 29, 2008 11:20:00 AM  

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