Bill puts Hillary’s foot in her mouth more than she does.<br>I think Slick Willy has hurt Hillary more than he has helped her.<br><br>Bill Clinton talking to Hillary supporters in Jasper, IN yesterday tried to defend his wife’s Bosnia sniper fire story. <br><br>He said, [color:blue]“She (Hillary) took a terrible beating in the press for a few days because she was exhausted at 11 o’clock at night and she started talking about Bosnia and she misstated the circumstances under which she landed in Bosnia.”</font color=blue><br><br>(Hillary has told the story several times and none have been at night).<br><br>[color:blue]"And then the president of Bosnia said, 'Well, it was quite dangerous when she came, there were snipers in the hills all around.”</font color=blue><br><br>(In an e-mail to journalist Eric Jansson, former acting Bosnian president Ejup Ganic said "we didn't expect snipers," though, "we still believed that some positions on the hills were occupied by radical Serbs, so I was worried about the overall safety.”)<br><br>[color:blue]"The president of Bosnia and Gen. Wesley Clark -- who was there making peace where we'd lost three peacekeepers who had to ride on a dangerous mountain road because it was too dangerous to go the regular, safe way -- both defended her because they pointed out that when her plane landed in Bosnia, she had to go up to the bulletproof part of the plane, in the front. Everybody else had to put their flak jackets underneath the seat in case they got shot at.</font color=blue><br><br>(Not according to the pilot Colonel William "Goose" Changose who said, "nobody under my watch has ever directed anyone to sit on their flak jackets. ... We do not direct people to sit on their flak jackets.")<br><br>In Boonville, IN, Bill retold the same story and gave the following excuses for Hillary:<br>[color:blue]"one time late at night when she was exhausted, she misstated and immediately apologized for it, what happened to her in Bosnia in 1995. Did y'all see all that? Oh, they blew it up. Let me just tell you.”</font color=blue><br><br>(It wasn't immediate at all -- it was 11 days later, first in an editorial board meeting with the Philadelphia Inquirer/Philadelphia Daily News)<br><br>(She never apologized)<br><br>(It was 1996, not 1995)<br><br>
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
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