The Junior Senator from New York

The American Spectator writes:

While President George W. Bush was embraced warmly by the more than 600 troops he served dinner to in Baghdad on Thanksgiving, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton didn’t get the same treatment.

In fact so few U.S. military personnel volunteered to meet and sit with her, that military leaders in Baghdad had to designate enlisted personnel and junior officers to spend time with the New York senator.

I wouldn’t have sit with her. If I had been ordered to, I wouldn’t have eaten.

(Via Da Drumwaster.)

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