Odd Comment from Clinton Aide…now likely unemployed

“Mrs. Clinton is neither close to nor terribly fond of Mr. Edwards.”

— An aide to Sen. Hillary Clinton, quoted by the New York Times, explaining why her campaign would never cooperate with John Edwards’ campaign to exclude long shot candidates from debates.

Hat tip to Political Wire

First I’m reasonably sure that whoever the ‘aide’ is that gave that quote to the NYT is currently unemployed.

The ability to get in an opponents face, while continuing to look reasonable, is an art. This is as ‘unartful’ as it gets. While it may or may not be true, it is exactly the type of comment that helps form the patented ‘Democratic Circular Firing Squad’. It is unnecessary and unneeded.

That aide that went too far. I sincerely hope they are unemployed. I’d like to know their name just to make sure I never hire them. Personally, I’d still have them locked in a room being forced to listen to non-stop recordings of 4th grade music recitals….for a looooooong time.

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2 Responses to Odd Comment from Clinton Aide…now likely unemployed

  1. Darrell Prows says:

    “Mrs. Clinton believes in the free market of ideas.” Short and sweet. No harm done to anyone.

    My impression is that Edwards is not really going to be competitive. He offers nothing that can’t be found elsewhere, and really isn’t compeling. He strikes me as being more of a “me too” candidate than anything. I felt that he would have made an excellent V.P. but he’s not really doing anything for me this time around.

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