Hillary Clinton says: "Wait, wait. It's not over 'til I sing!"

Funny story written by Robert W. Armijo

Wednesday, 4 June 2008

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Hillary Clinton said in reaction to the news: "Wait, wait. It's not over 'til I sing!"

Washington, DC - In a not so surprising announcement on the day Barack Obama has reached the magic number of 2118 Delegates and claimed the Democratic Party's Presidential Nomination as his own, Hillary Clinton said in reaction to the news: "Wait, wait. It's not over 'til I sing!"

In response to the DNC has put down a considerable rental deposit to secure Carnegie Hall in New York in anticipation of Hillary Clinton's concession speech.

"It was the nicest, most gentlest way we could think of to tell Hillary Clinton that its time to go," said a spokesperson for the DNC.

Given Hillary Clinton's reputation to continue to beat a dead horse, however, many in the DNC doubt she will get the hint.

"We thought of that so we called for backup," said a spokesman for the DNC. "We have asked two of the serving members of the "Three Tenors" to make a personal visit to Clinton home in New York shortly."

Hillary Clinton will be lead to believe that the "Three Tenors" (minus one) are superdelegates from the newly formed state of a suburb of the District of Colombia where she stopped off to use the restroom one day last year and the DNC overlooked during the pledge delegate count.

"Once at her home, they are instructed to escort her to Carnegie Hall where she will believe she is there to delver her long awaited victory over Obama speech," said a spokesman of the DNC. "But they will switch her sheet music so she will actually be signing her concession speech instead."

Bill Clinton has agreed to join in on the plot to trick Hillary in order to force her to finally make her concession speech. He will be accompanying the "Tenors" with his Saxophone so as not to arouse Hillary's suspicions.

"I do this for America," said Bill. "Because now you feel my pain and it just has to stop."

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

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