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Hillary Clinton and the CBS Controvesy

In Bill Clinton, Democrats, Election 2008, Hillary Clinton, Politics, Television on March 24, 2008 at 11:28 pm

Did Sen. Clinton simply “misspeak” as her campaign reports or is she simply making up stories as she goes along the campaign trail? I would think that the exhausting trek across the country while giving speeches and campaigning for the Democratic vote might even make Einstein mix up certain past events and trips to foreign countries.

Hell, I can’t even remember which grocery store I went to last week, let alone what day of the week we’re on.

During a speech last Monday on Iraq, Senator Clinton recalls the Bosnia trip: “I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.”

CBS is contradicting Sen. Clinton’s memory of the Bosnia trip because of the fact that one of their reporters was there with Clinton at the time.

Here’s the clip so you decide:

  1. The CBS Evening News story broadcast last night that proves once and for all that Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton indeed continues to suffer from Partzheimer’s (a.k.a., Convenient Memory-Loss Syndrome) as first highlighted in a Bob McCarty Writes post one year ago this month and reiterated in posts March 27, 2007 and Sept. 12, 2007.

    Now the question is “Why did it take CBS, the New York Times and others in the mainstream media so long to report on the former first lady’s affliction?”

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