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She Said What?

Definitely not something Clinton needs considering her situation in the Democratic nomination contest.

On Friday during an editorial board meeting with South Dakota newspaper Argus Leader, Clinton invoked the RFK assassination in 1968 as a reason to continue the race to be the Democratic nominee.

Instead of quoting her, here is her comments in full context (something you won’t get in the media).


I am willing to give Clinton the benefit of the doubt and when in context, it does seem she was only referencing why she should go all the way to June–other campaigns have done it before. Bill Clinton wrapped it up in June 1992. RFK was in third place in the delegate count but planned to take it to the convention before his tragic end. Edward Kennedy was far more behind in the delegate count than Clinton and took it to the convention in 1980.

NOTE: My internet is still not up an running. It will be awhile until everything is back to normal.