According to CNN's headline,Bill Clinton maintains resentment against Ted and Caroline Kennedy, as well as Gov.Bill Richardson in Clinton's upcoming interview with New York Times' Magazine.
Though other news stories pointing to this interview emphasize Bill Clinton's discussion on his views of Hillary As Secretary of State, CNN's headline leads us back to what bothered Bill Clinton and many other hard-nosed Democrats when it came to the Kennedy endorsements and Richardson's notorious betrayal.
It will always bother many democrats the reasons for Ted Kennedy's endorsement of Obama. It was as if Kennedy could no longer stand Clinton's racist comments and would have to throw his support to Obama. What a joke. Clinton was doomed to fall into the racist trap along with anyone else who didn't support Obama. Richardson? Typical politician waiting to see which way the wind blew. My, how Karma immediately kicked this Jack-Ass in his lumbar region.
The NYT article will possibly debut online at anytime before it hits Sunday's news stands.
It should also be noted the statements in the up-coming article concerning Clinton's feelings in regard to the Kennedys and Richardson, come from unnamed sources. The recent dearth of news about the Clintons personal take on events will be welcomed reading for those who can bear the thought of re-visiting the 2008 primaries.
Extra! Gov.Bill Richardson Applies at New Mexico 7-11
Though none of the following has yet been verified or investigated, it is highly rumored among democrats in high places, that Gov. Bill Richardson was seen walking out of a New Mexico 7-11 convenience store late Sunday afternoon with a 3rd shift application in hand. When approached by AP, Richardson seemed irate with the reporter, and quickly said that 'nothing had been confirmed,and that three references still needed verification by management'.
Earlier in the afternoon, word came from
Hillbuzz that Richardson was actually hoping for the Asst.Mgr. position at an undisclosed Indianapolis Arby's location.
By 6:00 p.m., the AP had contacted a spokesperson for Senator Hillary Clinton, but the spokesperson could only describe her reaction as:
When the AP later asked the governor at his home what his reaction was to Senator Clinton's "comments", he could only say: "I gave back the 30 pieces of silver." end quote?...TRedwine
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