Friday, May 23, 2008: It's an interview and Senator Clinton is questioned on the unity of the democratic party, including her insistence on remaining in the democratic nomination race. She states:
"…You know my husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992 until he won the
Ms. Clinton, you know what you said and you know what you meant when you said it. You're a politician and a brilliant one at that. Doesn't Politics 101 teach that every uttered word counts and shall be endlessly dissected and scrutinized? And if you argue a slip of the tongue or that your words are being twisted and taken out of context, then guess what? You should not be running for president. I think
Oh and P.s.? Please apologize. You know the Kennedy family was not your target and there are others, one person in particular, who, besides the Kennedys, truly need that apology.