Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Just A Fancy Way of Saying, "I Lied"

Or did I just misspeak? I don't want to get into a word war or anything, but wouldn't an example of being misspoken be along the lines of saying that I wore black shoes that day when I really was wearing brown shoes? Talking about being under sniper fire when you were not is a flat out lie or proof that you are delusional and need serious medical help. Or possibly both. And I think I could buy the whole "I misspoke" thing if Hillary Clinton had that actually happen to her -- just in a different country. But it did not. Unless this is the sniper:

And if you are wondering, this is not the first time she "misspoke" and it won't be the last. Ignoring the peace she brought to Ireland and all the documents she released when she was being honest about the whole Whitewater thing, there is a great example of when she misspoke. I recall the time she claimed she was named after Edmund Hillary. He climbed Mt. Everest on May 29, 1953 and she was born on October 26, 1947. Since climbing Mt. Everest is what made him famous I seriously doubt that her story is true. I guess she is just a pathological liar -- I mean she must have misspoke.


mad said...

Coming under sniper fire when you debark a plane WITH YOUR ONLY CHILD and a couple of entertainers is pretty easy to forget, you know. It's not like it would be burned in your memory or something, especially after having visited something like a zillion other countries.

pineapple said...

I know, how can we really hold her accountable for her remarks? She is so important that this could have happened to her. Isn't that good enough???