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No sniper fire. No running to cars. Just a pretty laid back trip.

Still, the Clinton camp has to be wincing about this…

Here’s what she had to say about it today to an editorial board…

“Now let me tell you what I can remember, OK — because what I was told was that we had to land a certain way and move quickly because of the threat of sniper fire. So I misspoke — I didn’t say that in my book or other times but if I said something that made it seem as though there was actual fire — that’s not I was told. I was told we had to land a certain way, we had to have our bulletproof stuff on because of the threat of sniper fire. I was also told that the greeting ceremony had been moved away from the tarmac but that there was this 8-year-old girl and, I can’t, I can’t rush by her, I’ve got to at least greet her — so I made a — I took her stuff and then I left, Now that’s my memory of it.”

Honestly, I don’t think this is going to hurt her “experience” message because people have made up their mind whether or not a First Lady’s tenure should be considered realistic experience for the Oval Office.

Moving on…

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  1. so…basically, we have three candidates for president all suffering from the onset of senility….Clinton cannot remember her trip to Bosnia properly, Obama cannot remember anything his pastor said for the past 20 years, and McCain cannot remember anything without Joe Lieberman standing behind him.

    Crap, we’re in trouble.

  2. 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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