Monday, June 02, 2008


Some of the News
That may be True


In her victory speech after the Puerto Rico primary, Senatory Clinton heeded the calls for party unity by focusing on the need for a Democratic victory in November.
Rather than making claims for her own campaign, she looked forward to the general election.

After thanking Puerto Rico "So-o-o much" for her impressive win, Clinton placed the primary result in a different light. She noted the value of her support among Hispanic
voters for the campaign against John McCain. In strong and inspiring language, the Senator vowed to campaign vigorously for Barack Obama in states where the votes Hispanic/Latino citizens were essential.

Turning her attention to the large television audience, she appealed directly to mainland Hispanic/Latino voters to go to the polls in large numbers to vote for the Democratic nominee, Barack Obama.

Weekend at McCain’s

It was just a social event, insisted Senator McCain's spokesman referring to the gathering of presumed vice presidential hopefuls at McCain's secluded ranch in Sedona,Arizona. Attending were Mitt Romney, Florida Governor Charlie Crist, Lousiana Governor Bobby Jindal, and Meg Whitman former CEO of eBay,

According to a confidential source, the weekend proceded smoothly and amicably until the Memorial Day barbecue. As the barbecue was being served, Governor Crist laughed and smirked when Mr. Romney asked for arugula to accompany his meat, saying that this sounded very "elitist". Then Bobby Jindal took offense when Cindy McCain asked him to provide technical help for a problem with their home computer.

Finally, Mrs. McCain herself becam extremely annoyed as Meg Whitman kept pointing out to Senator McCain how much he could get for several artifacts and household items by selling them on eBay. As a result, the picnic lunch ended early and the guests were dispatched to the airport.

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee regretted that he was unable to attend this weekend social event.


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