Saturday, April 30, 2005

If You Really Needed A Reason

Hilary Clinton came to speak in Madison last night for Wisconsin Women in Government's scholarship fundraiser. The response from state Republicans?

"Sen. Hillary Clinton's keynote address will likely be another attempt to re-invent herself in the eyes of the American public," state party chairman Rick Graber said in a statement.

"Instead of trying to change history, perhaps Sen. Clinton should spend time working with the Senate leaders in Washington to address the issues of today, such as Social Security reform, the tax burden and the appointment of federal judges."

Yes, she'd better remember her place. Getting uppity there, thinking she might be President someday.

I have been sitting here, trying to think of words to express how this made me feel, but I think you all get it.

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