Sorry Team Hillary … One does not misspeak when they opening say and believe, “Don’t let anybody tell you it’s corporations and businesses create jobs.”
Team Hillary Clinton and her spin doctors were in full backtracking mode on Monday following Hillary’s comment last Friday while stumping for Democrat Massachusetts gubnitorial candidate Martha Coakley in Boston, MA … “Don’t let anybody tell you it’s corporations and businesses create jobs.” Her aids try to say that she’d misspoken and hadn’t intended to deliver a fresh economic policy message. HUH? Hillary Clinton said what she said against businesses and it was pretty clear what she said and what she intended. There was no talk of tax breaks or this Monday morning quarterbacking that Team Hillary is trying to do. As opined at The Daily Caller, “I Didn’t Mean What I Very Clearly Said, Again.” Do we really need another president who cant be trusted in what they say?
AMERICA, MAKE NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT, THIS COUNTRY CANNOT SURVIVE ANOTHER ANTI-BUSINESS DEMOCRAT, SOCIALIST PRESIDENT.
Who are you going to believe, Hillary or your lying eyes and ears?
Hillary Clinton on Monday mopped up her botched statement from a rally in Massachusetts last week, making it clear she’d misspoken and hadn’t intended to deliver a fresh economic policy message.
Clinton’s cleanup came as she campaigned with Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney in Somers, about 90 minutes north of New York City, after two days in which Republicans bandied the likely White House candidate’s Friday comment, made in the context of talking about trickle-down economics, on social media and the single sentence began gaining traction.
A Clinton aide later said the former secretary of state had meant to talk about tax breaks for corporations and businesses in that sentence, which led into a line about how trickle-down economics had “failed spectacularly” — a sentiment she has long held. The overall context was clear that she had left words out of a sentence; the comment made little sense without it.
But some Democrats who back Clinton said privately she appeared to be trying too hard to capture the Warren rhetoric and adjust to the modern economic progressive language — much in the way President Barack Obama did during a campaign rally in 2012, when, discussing businesses’ relationships to the infrastructure of cities, he said, “You didn’t build that.”
But in the end, WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE, the MSM will protect and carry the water for Hillary, if she decided to run for president, no different than they did for Barack Obama.