Bottom line, it didn't matter what she said.
She could have come out and offered that she was going into rehab, for calling Isaiah Washington a faggot, or that she was giving up politics to play middle linebacker for the Chicago Bears and she still would have been jumped on sixteen ways from Sunday.
While it may be that eight more people jump into the 2008 Presidential race while I post this, none, to-date, or none-to-follow, will have their announcement so scutinized as Hillary Clinton (excluding Oprah Winfrey) had hers.
Why on Saturday? Why on video? Why, why, why, why, why ...
Hillary Clinton will likely, for the choice of "Let's Chat", hear those words, mockingly and derisively for the remainder of her career (and a healthy dose of "Let's Not Chat" tossed at her along the campaign trail).
Would Bill Clinton have said "Let's Chat?
Ohhhh, here we go ...
The Results - The Garlic's Weekly Poll January 21 - January 27, 2007
The timing of Hillary Clinton's Presidential Campaign announcement, on a Saturday, on the Internet had to do with ...
1. Was just messing around with the video camera and, OOPS, hit the wrong button Tally 32%
2. It was the one day daughter Chelsea was available to upload video to YouTube and MySpace Tally 27%
3. Wanted Sunday free-and-clear to watch football Tally 23%
4. Only competetion on Saturday would be bowling and cooking shows Tally 18%
This week’s Poll - If Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-CO) can't, as he hopes he can, abolish race-based caucuses, he'll likely ...
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