The Clinton Campaign announced today they plan on filing a lawsuit against Barack Obama and his campaign. They will also be seeking an injunction early Monday morning to prevent him from following through with his scheduled interviews the day before the Michigan primary.
The Clinton campaign became suspicious immediately following Hillary's unexpected win in New Hampshire. The Clinton Machine was made aware that Obama hired a couple of heavy hitting consultants for his campaign staff.
The first hired gun was former Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco, who, during a news conference after Hurricane Katrina, broke down and began crying and wringing her hands on national television.
The second hired gun was Cris Crocker. Crocker became internationally famous for his YouTube video titled "Leave Britney Alone." He set the standard on how a "man" should cry in front of the camera.
"It became glaringly obvious with the Obama campaign's hiring of these two professional criers where this was going," said a Clinton insider. "We knew they were going to try and pilfer intellectual property, trade secrets and various other things that are proprietary to Hillary Clinton."
The Clinton insider went on to elaborate, "Obama has 5 televised interviews scheduled, with 4 of them being orchestrated crying sessions. We know this for a fact. These interviews are purposely scheduled to run concurrent with Clinton's 2 scheduled crying interviews, 1 laughing interview, and one get tough interview."
Bill Clinton, while being interviewed by Hillary disciple Chris Matthews, said he was furious at not only the replication of his wife's Plan B strategy after losing the Iowa Caucus but by the timing of the weeping sessions. He also added, "We have been backed into a corner and have no option but to take unprecedented legal action. They are essentially stealing from us."
Clinton articulated the infractions against his wife, "The Obama cam"