It won't be hard to take on either Democrat candidate in the upcoming general elections. It is either you have a racist arrogant self righteous hypocrite or a blatant pathological liar. It is up to the Democrats in the United States to pick one Democrat candidate to go head to head against John McCain.
The ammunition given to John McCain as both Democrat candidates ripping each other apart is priceless. We had a couple weeks of Obama's miscue with his pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright, and now this week, we have Hillary's campaign machine having a couple screws loose.
This week is Hillary's "Bonsia sniper fire" lie and it is a story that has been repeated constantly throughout her campaign regarding to healthcare. Read the story below to understand how her convoluted mind works. Her story telling is very similar to her autobiography. Both are extremely entertaining fictional stories.
A PAINFUL 'LIE'
DEAD MA'S KIN SLAM HILL FABLE
By GINGER ADAMS OTIS
April 6, 2008 -- Hillary Rodham Clinton "misspoke" again on the campaign trail - and a distraught Ohio family is furious about it.
Several times in recent months while talking about her plan for universal health care, Clinton told a tale of woe about a young pregnant woman who sought medical care at a local hospital and was turned away for lack of insurance - and both she and the baby died.
But the family of the 35-year-old woman - Trina Bachtel - says the story is simply not true.
"Trina had good insurance. She was a good girl, and she worked hard. That story made her look like she was a welfare bum," her 80-year-old grandmother May Mayle told The Post yesterday.
Mayle confirmed that Bachtel died last August from complications related to a late-pregnancy miscarriage, but said she was never turned away from a hospital.
"The family is real torn up about it. I can't understand why they'd make her out to look like she was so unstable," said Mayle.
As Clinton told the story during campaign rallies, the young, pregnant woman in difficulty was turned down for treatment because she was uninsured and couldn't pay $100 up front.
She didn't name Bachtel or the hospital involved, but after the Washington Post ran a story identifying her and where she worked - a Pizza Hut in Pomeroy, Ohio - local papers made it front-page news, horrifying her still-grieving family.
"Of course she would have had $100," fumed Mayle. "Her boyfriend's real angry about it, too, because he had good insurance. They were going to get married, but worked so hard they couldn't find the time."
Clinton apparently learned of the story from one of her local supporters, Deputy Sheriff Bryan Holman. He told papers he heard it secondhand from Bachtel family members. At an event with Sen. Clinton, he related it to her.
"She tells the story as it was told to her by the deputy sheriff," a Clinton spokesperson said. "She had no reason to doubt his word."
Mayle said Bachtel went to the O'Bleness Memorial Hospital on Aug. 4 for a routine check-up and was told her baby was stillborn.
"They told her to come back the next day, and she did, and they made her deliver the baby even though he was dead. Then she just didn't get better."
The family transferred her to a different facility in Columbus, where she died Aug. 17.
The Clinton camp told papers it had tried to check out as much of Holman's story as was possible, but hadn't been able verify all the details.
Additional reporting by Kathianne Boniello