OOPS!!! Hillary Clinton forgets that she has met and took a picture with Chicago slum lord, Tony Rezko. The very person she condemned Obama for the other night during a debate. Looks like the Clinton’s have never met a slum lord they never didn’t like either. Hillary, you may want to be a bit more careful before you open your mouth and insert your foot in it.
(Hillary Clinton, Tony Rezko & Bill Clinton)
**INTERNET EXCLUSIVE Photo surfaces of smiling Clintons with Tony Rezko… MORE… Clinton injected the indicted developer’s name this week in heated debate with Obama: ‘I was fighting against those ideas when you were practising law and representing your contributor, Rezko, in his slum landlord business in inner city Chicago’… Clinton tells NBC ‘TODAY’ show on Friday: ‘I probably have taken hundreds of thousands of pictures. I don’t know the man. I wouldn’t know him if he walked in the door’… Developing…
I guess Hillary Clinton forgot about this meeting also when she referenced Barak Obama’s ties with Chicago slum load, Tony Rezko. With all the excuses that Hillary Clinton comes up with that she can’t remember and cannot recolect when its convenient for her … do we really need such a forgetful person as president?
Hillary Rodham Clinton dropped the name of Barack Obama’s Chicago patron into the South Carolina debate Monday night, putting front and center a tangled relationship that has the potential to undermine Obama’s image as a candidate whose ethical standards are distinctly higher than those of his main opponent.
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Asked about the photo on NBC’s “Today” show, Clinton said, “I probably have taken hundreds of thousands of pictures. I don’t know the man. I wouldn’t know him if he walked in the door.”
She explained that she didn’t feel the photo undermined her criticism of Obama over his relationship with Rezko.
“You have to look at the record and the facts. There’s a big difference between standing somewhere, taking a picture with someone you don’t know and haven’t seen since, and having a relationship that the newspapers in Chicago are exploring.”