Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Clinton Strikes Out With a Witty Rebuttle

I’m now worried on two fronts. Firstly, this here little space on the information superhighway is becoming more and more sports-centric. Secondly, - and vastly more disconcerting - politicians really like to talk about bowling. A lot.

In response to Obama’s bowling escapades, Hillary also entered the fray. "I have a proposal," Clinton deadpanned. "Today, I am challenging Sen. Obama to a bowl-off, a bowling night, right here in Pennsylvania. Winner take all. I'll even spot him two frames. It's time for his campaign to get out of the gutter ... and allow all of the pins to be counted. And I am prepared to play this game all the way to the 10th frame. And when this game is over, the American people will know, when that phone rings at 3 a.m., they'll have a president who's ready to bowl on Day One.”

Right. I guess we now know how that whole Lewinsky affair managed to go down. Hillary was in the White House bowling alley every night at 3 a.m. It all makes so much sense.

No comments: