Hillary Clinton, still a formidable and feisty fighter approaching her 61st birthday, must be growing weary from this arduous presidential campaign. Because severe mental fatigue is the only possible explanation she’d mention the assassination of a presidential candidate.
Clinton couldn’t have worse timing in bringing up the June 1968 murder of Robert F. Kennedy. Not only is the Kennedy family still reeling from news of Ted Kennedy’s brain tumor, but there’s been more than a little talk about possible attempts on Barack Obama’s life.
Good grief. Surely she shouldn’t speak of such when explaining her continued presence in the race.
I have to chalk that up as a momentary loss of her senses.
-- Deron Snyder
Saturday, May 24, 2008