Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Liar, Liar, Pantsuit on Fire: Hillary's Bogus Bosnia Speech Still on Her Website

Might be time to cry again

Considering the mealy-mouthed doubletalk coming from Mrs. Clinton about her bogus story of getting fired on in Bosnia, you'd think her crack cadre of advisers would be smart enough to remove the fantasy speech from her website.

Well, it's still there.
Remarks as delivered

Good morning. I want to thank Secretary West for his years of service, not only as Secretary of the Army, but also to the Veteran’s Administration, to our men and women in uniform, to our country. I certainly do remember that trip to Bosnia, and as Togo said, there was a saying around the White House that if a place was too small, too poor, or too dangerous, the president couldn't go, so send the First Lady. That’s where we went.

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. But it was a moment of great pride for me to visit our troops, not only in our main base as Tuzla, but also at two outposts where they were serving in so many capacities to deactivate and remove landmines, to hunt and seek out those who had not complied with the Dayton Accords and put down their arms, and to build relationships with the people that might lead to a peace for them and their children.
Cut to today.
Clinton began retracting the remarks in a series of private interviews Monday and Tuesday before addressing about two dozen reporters here after a speech.

She told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: "I was sleep-deprived, and I misspoke."

She told KDKA radio in Pittsburgh: "You know, I have written about this and described it in many different settings, and I did misspeak the other day. This has been a very long campaign."
Poor thing is tired.

Then how can we expect her to be up and alert at 3 a.m.?

After the endless gaffes and lies of this interminable campaign, she claims it's a rare mistake.

Was it a rare mistake when she also lied about her alleged role in the Irish peace process?

More on that fabrication here.

Such a troubling pattern of behavior shows a fundamental character flaw. If you find you need to lie about peripheral, insignificant events in your life, what else will you lie about.

Better yet, what won't you lie about?

More on this pathetic charade from Hot Air and Ace of Spades.

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