Demands by Hillary Clinton Come to Light

Funny story written by Jalapenoman

Saturday, 28 June 2008

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Chelsea Clinton was part of mother Hillary's demands

Hillary Clinton was defeated by Barack Obama in the race for the Democratic Presidential Nomination delegate count. As part of her concession, and promise of support in the November election, Clinton made several previously unknown demands of the Illinois Senator.

Hillary's biggest request was not that she be given the position of Vice President, it was the requirement that she be given the position of Supreme Court Justice (as soon as there is an opening on the court). The qualifier was that she be made Chief Justice at the first opporunity.

Clinton also requested that Obama divorce his wife Michelle and take up residence in California. While there, he would "marry" Bill Clinton, potentially making him the First Lady of the United States.

A third request was that Obama would continue the presidential order that the Secret Service Agents assigned to protect former first daughter Chelsea Clinton continue to "do her" as a requirement of the job. In fact, Hillary's words were "otherwise, that horse faced daughter of mine will never get laid."

Another of Hillary's requests was that Obama not choose anyone who endorsed him during the primaries as his vice president. This was an obvious jibe against New Mexico Governor and former Clinton Cabinet Member Bill Richardson.

While it is not known exactly how Obama reacted to these requests, he was once heard to say that "I've never seen myself sharing a cigar with Bill Clinton."

I wonder whose dress they'd use, and who would wear it?

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

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