Written by Bull Winkle Wilson
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Sunday, 27 January 2008

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"Now that I would get the delegates for those two states, the Democractic Party should give them back," Ms. Clinton said today. "After all, it is unfair to discriminate against people from these states, they want me!".

She now accuses the Democratic National Party of being involved in a right-wing conspiracy to deprive her of her rightful delegates. Also accuses Obama of being involved in it since he is supposedly "Ronald Reagan disguised as a high class man of color."

Mr. Clinton meanwhile compares the situation in Florida to the 2000 Election, saying it is hanging chads, pregnant chads, dirty chads all over again. He said all delegates must be counted, whether they are early, hanging, pregnant or named Chad.

He blames it on dirty tricks of the Republicans who want the man in the disguise who is really the secretly still alive former President to be the nominee. "Undoubtedly Rush Limbaugh in Florida had something to do with this," Mr. Clinton said. "Rush is taking Obama's side against my wife out of spite merely because I called him a racist once for taking my side against a black congressmen. Dirty pool if you ask me."

Mr. Clinton says give the delegates back now or he will appeal the case to the UN and The World Court in the Hague.

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