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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME? Monica Lewinsky's Blue Dress Back in the News

Are. You. Freaking. Kidding. Me?

Was the stained blue dress, Monica Lewinsky, Bill Clinton's definition of sex and Clinton's semen on said blue dress, not a horse that was beaten to death by Kenn Starr and every media outlet in business, in 1997 through 1999?

According to the Starr report, President Clinton took Lewinsky into an Oval Office bathroom in the early evening, after recording a radio address. Forensic tests later "conclusively" showed that the blue dress she was wearing "was stained with the President's semen," according to the Starr report.

So, what is the big news today, according to ABC?

Hillary Clinton spent the night in the White House on the day her husband had oral sex with Monica Lewinsky, and may have actually been there when it happened, according to records of her schedule released today by the National Archives.

I repeat: Are. You. Freaking. Kidding. Me?

Who cares?

Consider this the ridiculous item of the day.

NEXT: What IS relevant and can be considered news is brought out by The Guardian:

On the day that dozens of US cruise missiles rained down on Serbia in an attempt to punish Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic for the country's onslaught against ethnic Albanian separatists in Kosovo, first lady Hillary Clinton was far from the White House war room: instead she was touring ancient Egyptian ruins, including King Tut's tomb and the temple of Hatshepsut. And on the day before the signing of the Good Friday agreement in Belfast she was at an event called "Hats on for Bella" in Washington.

In her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton has touted her experience in the Clinton White House as preparation to lead the nation in a time of crisis. "Ready on day one" has been her slogan.

But an initial reading of some of the more than 11,000 pages of Clinton's schedules from her days as first lady, released today by the National Archives and the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library, shows that she was often far from the site of decision-making during some of the most pivotal events of Bill Clinton's presidency.

Read the rest and please notice that even at the end of that piece, they just have to mention that "On November 15 1995, when President Clinton is said to have begun his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, she was in the White House, according to her schedule."