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Thursday, 28 June 2007

On Tuesday, at a Washington hotel, Democratic Presidential front-runner Hilary Clinton met with some 300 "women of color" to try to shore up their support in her race against, "man of color," Barak Obama.

"Before we are white, before we are black, or Hispanic, or Asian, we are women," Clinton said to the all female audience. "Now one of you be a dear and get me a cup of tea."

When none of the women moved Clinton could be seen turning to campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe and mouthing the word "uppity."

She continued, recognizing that many of the women would be drawn to voting for Obama with his "swarthy good looks and ghetto charm," but she cautioned "you know you can't be trusting the man, he gets into your heart and then breaks it, whether it be premature withdrawal from your va-jay-jay or failure to fulfill promised withdrawal from Iraq.

"You all know that men cannot be trusted," Clinton said. "I trusted my man, and you know what happened to me, the whole world knew he tossed me over for head with some young fat girl, now how many of you have had that happen to you with your men?"

Over 60% of the hands shot into the air. "You see how you cannot trust men. Now how many of you have had sex yourself outside the marriage?" About 50% of the hands went up. "Interesting," Hilary said. "Now just out of curiosity how many of you have had sex with my husband?"

Not a single hand was lowered.

"Ah nuts," Hilary said.

She abandoned the rest of her speech and asked for questions from the audience.
"If you can't trust your husband and he embarrassed you in front of the whole nation then what are you doing with him?" one woman asked.

"Well, duh, I need him to get elected President," Clinton responded then turned to McAuliffe, shook her hand and said "chicks, man."

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