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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Bill Clinton: I Shouldn't Take Any S*** From Anybody

Everyone out there, from Cokie Roberts to bloggers to FOBs, have said that they think Bill Clinton might, perhaps, be subconsciously (or consciously) trying to sabotage Hillary's Presidential campaign. There's a laundry list of "mistakes" that he's made on the campaign trail including:

Bringing up Bosnia after it had finally died down in the media
Commenting that Hillary was friends with John McCain
Comparing Obama's win in South Carolina to Jesse Jackson's win

Today, he added this when talking about whether he regretted the Jesse Jackson comment:

“No, I think that they [the Obama campaign] played the race card on me,” said Clinton, “and we now know from memos from the campaign and everything that they planned to do it all along.”

The offending memos were not provided to the press. Just for good measure, at the end of the interview, Bill got caught saying this:

"I don’t think I should take any s*** from anybody on that, do you?”

You can hear the audio here:

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