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Scott Ott takes a sarcastic look at Hillary Clinton’s Bosnian embellishment in the following article. If you are over 60 make sure you have your Depends on! Once again Scott posts one of the more outstanding pieces of satire for the week. Comparisons to “swiftboat” is hillar-ious.
Hillary ducking for cover in Bosnia
(2008-03-25) — After a CBS News video appeared on YouTube contradicting former First Lady Hillary Clinton’s account of her 1996 landing in Bosnia “under sniper fire”, a spokesman for Sen. Clinton’s presidential campaign said unnamed critics were trying to “swiftboat” her “in a fashion reminiscent of what they did to John Kerry in 2004.” [Click to View CBS Video]
Sen. Kerry, a professional Vietnam war veteran, faced relentless questions during his own White House bid that were sparked by fellow swiftboat crewman who alleged that his Vietnam service was not as harrowing and valorous as his own medal applications and stump speeches implied.
The Clinton campaign source said CBS News had apparently edited out the sniper fire audio from its video clips, making it look like First Lady Clinton and her daughter Chelsea were greeted at the landing site by a little, pony-tailed Bosnian girl who kissed Mrs. Clinton on the cheeks.
“Even without the audio, you can see Hillary and Chelsea ducking toward the little girl as bullets whistle over their heads,” said the anonymous campaign staffer. “The other people standing nearby were so paralyzed by fear that all they could do was smile. The little girl practically leaped into Hillary’s arms for protection from the barrage of searing hot lead.”
In an effort to avoid such a swiftboating, the Clinton campaign will reportedly air a new commercial which claims to include the original audio recorded that day. [Click here, or view video below.]