Tuesday, May 27, 2008

When Does Mis-speaking Become A Trend?

If you are going to use someone to explain away your diarrhea of the mouth, you might want to check to make sure your husband, the person you are using to prove your argument, is on the same page.

Hillary when trying to put out the RFK assassination fire:
My husband didn’t wrap up the nomination in 1992 until June. Having a primary contest go through June is nothing particularly unusual.

Husband Bill Clinton discussing the 1992 primary in his memoir, My Life.
On April 7, we also won in Kansas, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. On April 9, Paul Tsongas announced that he would not reenter the race. The fight for the nomination was effectively over.

So not only did she invoke the assassination of RFK as a reason why she was still in the race, she has another minor blip when trying to explain it away.

Sooner or later a series of mis-spoken comments become something more than just a verbal slip up. If you have enough of these blonde moments, people might start to think that you are mis-speaking on purpose. When that happens you become nothing more than a Democratic version of what we have been dealing with for the last 7 years.

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