Friday, July 21, 2006

Geography Lesson

It wouldn't be the American Spectator without the Clinton obsession. Wlady Pleszczynski writes about Bill Clinton's appearance with Joe Lieberman:
Why would Bill Clinton choose Waterbury as the spot of his appearance for Joe Lieberman? A friend writes:"Waterbury is considered a pivot point in the 1960 Kennedy campaign, where the worshipful crowds foreshadowed a Kennedy win. Clinton has to know this. Given his ongoing emulation of JFK, is this location an accident? I have no idea . . ."

Yeah, there's the Kennedy angle; but isn't it also possible that he went their because, it's you know, in Connecticut?

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