Take a look at the amount of buzz going on the blogosphere right now over Samantha Power, an Obama key foreign policy aide's words to the Scotsman, saying Hillary Clinton is a monster.
"We f***** up in Ohio," she admitted. "In Ohio, they are obsessed and Hillary is going to town on it, because she knows Ohio's the only place they can win.
"She is a monster, too – that is off the record – she is stooping to anything," Ms Power said, hastily trying to withdraw her remark.
That was comment that started the commotion.
According to Technorati, that comment has already generated 153 blog postings into this. (Expect that number to rise through the day and weekend)
Now, lets show everyone how easy this could have been.
Samantha Powers calls Hillary Clinton a Monster, Barack Obama is forced to distance himself from those remarks, Clinton's supporters demand her resignation and she resigns.
See how easy that was... one short paragraph.
All that time and trouble and space used up when one, little, short paragraph could have said it all.
This is the world of American politics folks.
By the way, just for kicks since I already wasted this much space on this "hot" story, I figured I would have some fun with it..
Hillary has been called and portrayed as a monster before:
And the scariest one of all...took no work:
Ladies and gentlemen, Hillary IS a monster and Powers was only saying what many have said before, for years on end.
Too bad she had to resign for speaking the truth.
Just another Clinton casualty.