Olbermann Predicts Daring Clinton Heist
Posted by languageandgrammar on June 6, 2008
I have breaking political news to report, and I’m not talking about another live report of the empty Washington D.C. home of Hillary Clinton while she talked to Senator Barack Obama in another location (Clinton, Obama talks held without aides present). This time, it’s big.
Keith Olbermann, on his Friday Countdown show, reported that Hillary Clinton will commit a daring crime in broad daylight on Saturday. He quoted no sources, and I have not yet seen coverage of this upcoming heist on other cable network news sources (perhaps they’re still waiting for Obama to emerge from Clinton’s home or are still on Obama’s plane); however, if the evidence is strong enough for Keith Olbermann to report, then I’ll repeat it here.
For some reason, Keith Olbermann believes that Senator Hillary Clinton, soon-to-be former presidential candidate, is going to “take the stage at noon, literally” on Saturday. You heard it here first (second, if you watched Keith on Friday)–Hillary Clinton is literally going to take the stage on Saturday at noon. I don’t know where she’s going to put it. I don’t know if she plans to take it apart in pieces or if she and her campaign workers are going to carry it away in one piece. I don’t know if she’s done this before–although there was no visual evidence that her Washington D.C. home was filled with other stages. I don’t know any other details. All I know is that she is going to literally take the stage at noon.
You have to admit that the woman knows how to make an exit.
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