Monday, February 11, 2008
Hillary Finds "Pimped Out"
Chelsea Remarks Offensive
MSNBC reporter David Shuster, in discussing how the Clinton's have used daughter Chelsea in Hillary's presidential campaign, said, "the Clinton's have pimped out Chelsea."
“I found the remarks incredibly offensive,” Clinton told reporters in this snowy town outside Bangor. Earlier, she sent a letter to NBC brass that called for swift action against Shuster, who was suspended Friday by MSNBC.
“Nothing justifies the kind of debasing language that David Shuster used and no temporary suspension or half-hearted apology is sufficient,” Clinton wrote to NBC News President Steve Capus, who apparently had already called Clinton to personally apologize.
This hypocrisy is so rich, coming from Hillary Clinton who has yet to be asked by anyone from the MSM about the various and numerous reports of using the "N"-Word and for using the most disparaging names for Jews that anyone can imagine.
Is it just me, or is the fact that her primary Dem opponent is a black man, yet nobody raises the issue of her using the "N-Word?"
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