Pimping Out Chelsea Clinton

The Clintons cried wolf last week while basking in the indignity of their outrage and the perceived national indifference to the offense of their suffering! Why is Hillary Clinton so easily offended — while the same sort of attacks wash off the back of Barack Obama?

Hillary Clinton cried again last week.

I guess her polling shows that tears make her race.

The rumble around the offense happened when David Shuster of MSNBC
— while guest-hosting a news talk show — accused the Clintons of
“pimping out” their soon-to-be-28-year-old daughter Chelsea to help win
her mother’s presidential campaign.

The Clintons, and their supporters, were Outraged and Demanded Justice and they wanted Shuster taken off the air. Shuster apologized. He is still off the air.

The Clintons are still threatening to boycott the next debate hosted by MSNBC.
Was that the right decision to remove David Shuster from the air?
Is Chelsea Clinton “pimped out” by her parents?

Clinton has been on the campaign trail. She has placed herself in the
public eye and so must suffer the analysis and courtship of the media
even if it is negative, unfair, and vicious. You can’t complain about
the criticism of what you present or the answer you get when you ask

Chelsea calls Superdelegates on behalf of her mother.
Chelsea Clinton refuses to do interviews with the press — even when the questioner in a 9-year-old girl:

Sydney Rieckhoff, a Cedar Rapids fourth grader and “kid
reporter” for Scholastic News, has posed questions to seven Republican
and Democratic presidential hopefuls as they’ve campaigned across Iowa
this year.

But when she approached the 27-year-old Chelsea after a
campaign event Sunday, she got a different response.
“Do you think your dad would be a good ‘first man’ in the White House?”
Sydney asked, but Chelsea brushed her question aside.
“I’m sorry, I don’t talk to the press and that applies to you,
unfortunately. Even though I think you’re cute,” Chelsea told the
pint-sized journalist.

Is the young Clinton trying to have it both ways?
Can she claim to be untouchable — “un-whorable,” if you will — while
publicly shilling for her mother and blowing off 9-year-olds?
While the Clinton campaign demand apologies and took retribution
against a negligible “member of the press” — last night Barack Obama beat Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter to win his second Grammy award.

Over the weekend, Barack also won landslide victories in Nebraska, Louisiana, Washington and Maine — while yesterday Hillary fired her campaign manager.

The more Barack pulls away, the louder the Clintons wail against their
unfair treatment and their prejudicial punishing at the hands of the
media elite.
Can we bear their complaining for six more months?

Will their whining win them Florida and Michigan even though they were taken off the delegate table?