Sinbad heckles Hillary Clinton on sniper fire in Bosnia after their USO Tour; Clinton counters: Sinbad is disloyal and would have died there if not for her

Funny story written by Robert W. Armijo

Friday, 28 March 2008

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Hillary Clinton may have never faced sniper fire in Bosnia, but she sure now comes under fire from the media

Washington, DC - The second shoe fell in the Hillary Clinton Bosnian sniper fire fiasco today when 1990s comedic sensation Sinbad made some embarrassing remarks that not only contradicted Clinton's account of what happen on the ground during their 1996 USO Tour in the war torn country but belittled them as well. Even threatening to undermine Clinton's campaign manager's fast moving efforts at damage control by getting Clinton to admit that she simply misspoke on the issue.

"What danger?" said Sinbad recalling the conditions in Bosnia in 1996 when touring the country with Hillary Clinton. "It was the best time I ever had. A captive audience where ever I went and they all had to laugh too. Military orders, you know."

Sinbad then went on to refute Hillary Clinton's claims that she her husbands de facto ambassador and therefore most experienced to lead the country.

"Oh it's true he [President William Clinton] wanted Hillary and Chelsea out of the White House and in a hurry too," said Sinbad. "But it wasn't for the reasons he told her about a secret diplomatic mission to save the world and a vast international Right Wing conspiracy out to get them both. No. He wanted the White House to himself because he had his eye on a cute little intern. But she looked a chubby for me. But I guess that's the way he likes them."

Upon hearing Sinbad's remarks against her, Hillary Clinton did not sit on her hands but quickly responded with an off the record private comment made to her aides sworn to silence, which she promised to officially release to the media at later undisclosed time in the not so near uncertain distant future.

"I knew we should have went with Bob Hope," said Hillary Clinton. "I understand he once strangled to death a Vietcong double agent with his bare hands for heckling one of his Richard Nixon foreign policy jokes. Now that's what I call loyalty."

Though publicly refuting Hillary Clinton's assertions that she was in danger during their USO tour to Bosnia in 1996, ironically, Sinbad was the only one on the trip to actually draw sniper fire, as well as friendly fire from U.S. troops he was sent to entertain.

"In fact, the First Lady was kind enough to lend a portion of her Secret Service detail to Sinbad," said a spokesman for the Clinton campaign. "Otherwise, his career would have certainly died there."

Political analysts fear there maybe long-term fallout from this latest Clinton campaign outburst.

"It may have the often unseen and unintended consequences that often occur in protracted in fighting among members of the same political party," said a political scientist from the Cassandra School of Political Foresight. "But I never thought I live to see the day that one as contentious as this one would have such devastating long-term negative impact as to revive the comedic career of Sinbad."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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